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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Kieswetter's actually more of a worry than Compton at the moment, who is at least trying to get things going. Kiesy is just trying to get singles every ball.

    I wonder what the thinking is in the Somerset camp. Kieswetter has seemed to play the role of accumulator a lot, but with Jones and Compton also in the top four, I can't help but feel that a more aggressive approach wouldn't be amiss. Especially when you risk having four overs left and Hildrith and Buttler still in the sheds.
    Well CK, really needed those couple of shots, because yeah he was poor before.
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    Well that over rather changed things.

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    Strange captaincy that.
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    Amazing how cricket can bite you in the ass, should have been a single of the first ball, Jeets misfields, and then bang.


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    Was about to say how stupid it was that Woakes was bowling instead of Rankin. Still think I'm right, but that's a good start from Chris.

    I actually thought Maddy was a decent option then. Kieswetter had been struggling with the medium pacers and the keeper up, and Compton probably would've like pace for his dab shots.
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    Love how a ball in the slot becomes good just because the batsman misses it.

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    Oh goodie, Buttler off strike for the final over.

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    Underwhelmed really, need to keep taking regular wickets here.

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    That's why he doesn't keep. Good catch from Jos. I know Chopra's been in form in the long form but I don't think Somerset were quacking too much about his run a ball 22s before the game, ffs Sky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    That's why he doesn't keep. Good catch from Jos. I know Chopra's been in form in the long form but I don't think Somerset were quacking too much about his run a ball 22s before the game, ffs Sky.
    Got 75 off 53 last time up, I was glad when Jos pouched it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcuss View Post
    That's why he doesn't keep. Good catch from Jos. I know Chopra's been in form in the long form but I don't think Somerset were quacking too much about his run a ball 22s before the game, ffs Sky.
    He's in contention for a middle order spot for England because Compton opens.

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    Which one of the Overton's is injured?

    Why is Craig Kieswetter always the sky insider for Somerset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Which one of the Overton's is injured?

    Why is Craig Kieswetter always the sky insider for Somerset?
    Didn't know either were, they both turned up for North Devon the other day, which must have been nice for the oppo.

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    Craig has a back stress fracture. As if the two Overtons weren't enough ND also have Querl. Some attack for league cricket.
    Last edited by Marcuss; 30-07-2013 at 02:38 PM.

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    Coverton has just come back from injury though. Wouldn't mind either of them ATM. Needed that badly, good catch Trigger.



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