SOK's action too
SOK's action too
Brad McNamara @bbuzzmc
Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
get Rogers in or something, although he is pretty much blind so there's a slight handicap
western australian come victorian come sydney thunder. no thanks
Feels weird to be supporting India in a series again. Been a while
Keep thinking it'll be alright if I just get on the road
If I run I can free my worried mind
Keep thinking of the day I die when I lose my heavy load
But I wouldn't want to leave you behind
before the end of the month if you can read this ****s
I've heard people say that flat, fastish finger spinners are the way to go in India. I'm non committal but tis what I've heard. Maybe for the reason mentioned earlier that you don't have to flight it or spin it too hard to get turn there. What you need is the accuracy. So apart from the ? over Lyon's ability to secure the latter necessity conditions should suit there.
A lot was said about how Panesar bowled quickly and accurately, but what made him successful was his ability to do that without compromising the work he was putting on the ball. A classic case of trying to get the ball up and down as quickly as possible; not exactly a case of getting the ball to the other end as quickly as possible.
Last edited by Prince EWS; 24-01-2013 at 04:56 AM.
Wasn't much different to Panesar's natural arc though, he's never really gotten much overspin on the ball. Swann and Panesar are both bowlers who can get serious work on the ball at 90-95km/h; it's one thing that Lyon definitely cannot do, and SOK's quick stuff just slides straight on.
Good sign to see O'Keefe getting some good turn on day 1 of the Shield game though; might be properly ragging by the end of the match.
So PEWS or vic, which past Australian bowler would be equivalent to what O'Keefe bowls? Any recent Indian spinners that you think he bowls similarly to?
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