pobably the pace he bowls at tbh. also allows a left and right hand combination
"He uses statistics as a drunken man uses lamp-posts.. . For support rather than illumination. " - Andrew Lang (1844-1912)
Just hope Lyon is listening to Warnie.
Cowan's on borrowed time.
Watson on the other hand looks fairly comfortable.
Get Ashwin on for Harbhajan, ****s going back to his useless self despite starting off well.
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get ready for a broken ****in' arm
I don't think this pitch is unplayable at all, tbh. It's so slow that if you're really decisive with your footwork you really shouldn't have too many issues but that's the thing - you can't do what Watto just did, pushing forward at a length ball.
tl;dr we're ****ed unless clarke bats for a day an a bit.
When wickets used to be uncovered and extremely difficult batting conditions would sometimes prevail, those who could not bat like Hobbs or Sutcliffe or even Jardine, sometimes tried to hit their way out, mostly with the poor results that Dhoni got in England but in some rare cases with some spectacular quick runs.
There is a very famous name who used to do that when faced with such conditions and no one can ever blame HIM (yes he deserves the capitals) of not trying hard enough to concentrate.
His name Donald George Bradman.
warner should diarreah on a length and make the pitch unplayable
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