I don't think SL could score the runs needed on this pitch even if they wanted
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
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Nathan Lyon needs to try and do more with the ball. This containing line isn't hurting the SL bats at all.
Wade to miss another stumping.
Imagine if Sanga had DRS last time in Hobart in 2007!!!!!!!
If Siddle did tamper with the ball, he'll presumably escape censure, go on to break the test match run scoring record and become a God to 1.2 billion Indians.
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Yeah, I reckon if Sri Lanka hadn't lost Jayawardene, then they may have considered having a go at 200 off the last 45. But there's only one recognised batsmen left to come, and the SL tail has shown a habit of folding quickly in recent times. Sanga will just bat for stumps, and hope for spin friendly pitches at Melbourne and Sydney.
Remember SL's loss to England last year. Collapsed in a heap in what was definitely going to be a draw.
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Whenever opposing batsmen play for a draw we cannot get wickets at all. A lot of good bowling but the wickets don't come because batsmen just keep them out.
So frustrating but it looks like another draw.
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