Tbh unless you're an absolute demon with your offstump judgement the only other way I've seen Philander put under pressure is to smash him out of the attack. We definitely need to get him off his line and length because it's simply too good.
If we get out trying to hit him though there will be hell to pay from the media, but provided the ball isn't seaming everywhere attacking him is an option. Mark Gillespie and Trent Boult must have annoyed him a lot in the series down here with their cameo slogging.
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agree with phlegm. His thoroughly mortal (mediocre, in fact) One Day record is solid evidence for that theory.
Missing the second test due to being in the wops. I hope it's not a good thing. Good luck kiwis.
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How many batsmen are willing to risk the ****-storm which would come their way for trying to charge an opening bowler with an average of 17 in the first five overs of a test? yeah. It's not going to happen.
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This article makes it sound like Wagner's "aggressive net performance" has moved him into contention for the playing XI...
New Zealand in South Africa 2012-13 : Neil Wagner targets his own in bid for return | Cricket News | South Africa v New Zealand | ESPN Cricinfo
Haha, really. Did it look like this at all?
Wells gets bowlers to try Kippax theory - YouTube
NZ domestic threaders already knew Wagner was one of the better bowlers for executing plans.
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