You know, in 20 years time, the teenage and 20-something stat heads on CW will look back on this series and say "Ho hum, thank God we don't have boring 0-0 series like that anymore".
Thet'll be as big a bunch of turds as the current crop of stats nuts.
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Who was your MoM?
Who was your PoTS?
What was your most memorable moment?
Unluckiest bastard award goes to?
Who were you most impressed with?
Who let you down the most?
Team overall ratings?
And cause I'm bias, have people's impressions of the NZ cricket team changed? For better or worse and why?
Last edited by Blakey; 25-03-2013 at 11:43 PM.
I assume that Guptill will be fit for England so it will be interesting to see what happens there.
Well that was a fair old scrap. Disappointing that we couldn't quite nail the win, but that was a fantastic effort by England to save the series. Ya gotta love test cricket.
I know Hesson backed Guptill before he got injured but given how terrible he was and the fact that a lot of people wanted him dropped even in spite of thinking the potential replacements were gash, surrrrrely he can't just walk back into the side now that openers have performed in his place. It would be an absolute farce.
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Moeen is a perfectly fine bowler FFS
How Cricket Web's Fantasy Cricket saw the player performances:
1. Matthew Prior 466
2. Peter Fulton 462
3. Kane Williamson 443
4. Steven Finn 415
5. Stuart Broad 413
6. Jonathan Trott 387
7. Bruce Martin 352
8. Trent Boult 352
9. Hamish Rutherford 346
10. Neil Wagner 341
11. Nick Compton 322
12. Brendon McCullum 308
13. James Anderson 305
14. Alastair Cook 265
15. Tim Southee 252
16. Ian Bell 203
17. BJ Watling 171
18. Ross Taylor 144
19. Dean Brownlie 139
20. Monty Panesar 133
21. Joe Root 88
22. Kevin Pietersen 85
23. Chris Woakes 10
24. Jonny Bairstow 9
thought NZ had it almost sealed yesterday....but that's good rear guard action by bell,prior and broad...Now my penguins have to wait for some more time.....
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Guptill, Vettori, Ryder, Bracewell, McClenaghan ...that's not a bad bench. Dean Brownlie's probably the most vulnerable starter.
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