great win by India aussies should need to learn to handle aswin and Indian spin attack to win the next test
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Originally Posted by John Singleton
Pattinson looking at sideline again
Was about to post something similar under the heading of selection problems
This guy is potentially a future ATG but he is a young man whose body is still developing
Irrespective of how important the game is, I would be happy to see him sit it out as no-one will care in 6 months, 12 months or 10 years so long as he is bowling
Doherty bowls faster than Lyon, doesn't he? If the pitch is a real crumbler, then it might be worth going with him. The English spinners, especially Panesar, were successful because they were bowling a fair bit quicker than Ashwin and certainly Ojha. Besides, can't get much worse than Lyon.
What's up with the latest Aussie pacers? All of them are breaking down constantly. Maybe we need to export some from Pak for them like our spinners.
But I still do think crowds across the country have gotten less sporting since IPL.. I just think they have grown too impatient to actually laud the opposition's good cricket in any game..
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All are Australian
All are kids
All need rest between matches as they have all proven themselves to be injury prone
No-one will remember this series in 12 months
The cricket world will remember their names for a long time if they are allowed to develop naturally
The interesting one to come out of the first test was Siddle. He's older and told CA he didn't want to play after the SL tests because that was the best regime for him. He looked massively under done.
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