Cribb to do the A team stuff imo
zak really needs to do the right thing and step down on his own after this match.give others a chance.
Yeah, Zak needs to go. Especially seeing as we actually have several promising young seamers for once.
no reason to panic yet. As we saw in the West Indies game, for whatever reason the swing didn't really start happening till around the 20th over. Which is what happened here. That's when Boult becomes unplayable.
We should be able to nail them for 250 max. If not, well played to them.
Will again point out how ludicrous it was to make a pitch that makes the toss a lottery against a side with strong batting and weak bowling.
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Awesome day for India, thoroughly enjoyable to be there live.
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For any Kiwi fans panicking, fear not. Whenever I attend an away test match for India (Melbourne, Sydney, Lord's, Trent Bridge) the result is always the same - India lose. So most likely scenario is that India collapse tomorrow and then Fulton scores a double ton in the 3rd innings imo.
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Which is a much fairer thing to say, but given the weather, it's not as if the groundsman would have had a whole load of options.
Interesting to note how often NZ changed the ends the bowlers were bowling from. I did wonder before hand whether NZ were lacking someone with significant experience of bowling into/with the Wellington wind. It wasn't a particularly windy day, but it definitely got up in the evening session.
who would have thought the words "ishant " and "superb" in the same article !! well done to that man...india in the box seat at the moment...will they break the magic overseas duck??
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