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    Wow, if that was out this could've been nasty.

    Now Amla will get 150+
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinzan View Post
    My reaction too. He's normally the 'seam' man. Bond must have worked with him.
    Nah he's always been an out and out swing bowler, just lost it the last few months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stumpski View Post
    Saved by Hotspot, NZ lose a referral.

    Given that most of SA's top order aerage more than NZ's total, I don't think they have too much to worry about.
    Eh?

    CricInfo are saying that SA referred it. They're probably wrong though.

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    Reckon Boult could trouble both batsmen here if he can find some consistent in-swing.
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    11-48 day one of a test has to be a record
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    Eh?

    CricInfo are saying that SA referred it. They're probably wrong though.
    They are wrong. NZ referred it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinzan View Post
    I don't think anyone would claim NZ wouldn't have won if Taylor was there, but there's no way the team would be in the absolute sorry state of affairs they were leading into this tour if it wasn't for Hesson. If you can't see that, you can't see anything.
    There's a huge difference between acknowledging the difference Taylor would've made in the batting line up, and using his absence as the reason for why we were bowled out for 45. That's what Hurricane is doing, and I disagree with him. I'm not a Hesson fan at all. Taylor should absolutely still be captain.

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    Will take 150 AO here tbh. Unlikely tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howsie View Post
    Nah he's always been an out and out swing bowler, just lost it the last few months.
    I first saw him in the Champions league with CD, he seemed to get swing then, but since then he seemed to be a more into the deck seam bowler. Trying to think back to his match winning spell against Aust as to whether he got more wickets due to seam or swing. I can't recall.

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    Good to see Dougie get one early. Hopefully the Boult/Bracewell combo can do some damage here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinzan View Post
    I first saw him in the Champions league with CD, he seemed to get swing then, but since then he seemed to be a more into the deck seam bowler. Trying to think back to his match winning spell against Aust as to whether he got more wickets due to seam or swing. I can't recall.
    Well that deck was a greenie, so it was both iirc, but domestically his main weapon was always swing. It's only since coming into the Black Caps that the hit the deck traditional third seamer role has been trialled with him.
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    Hey all, I just woke up from a nightmare where we were bowled out for 45.

    How's the real match going?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zinzan View Post
    I first saw him in the Champions league with CD, he seemed to get swing then, but since then he seemed to be a more into the deck seam bowler. Trying to think back to his match winning spell against Aust as to whether he got more wickets due to seam or swing. I can't recall.
    Both. Some deliveries would swing like the one that got Huss, others jagged sharply like the one to castle Lyon.
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    Philander's record is so ridiculously awesome. 72 wickets @ 16.83.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike5181 View Post
    Philander's record is so ridiculously awesome. 72 wickets @ 16.83.
    yeah despite his ordinary performances in ENG and AUS.
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