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    Round 3 Lineups

    Round 3 v Noble One

    Trescothick
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    Azhar Ali
    Voges (5)
    Taylor
    Jadhav
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    Broad (3)
    Hilfenhaus (1)
    Copeland (2)
    J. Sharma (4)

    toss: bat
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    Round 3 Lineups

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Round 3 v Noble One

    Trescothick
    Elgar
    Azhar Ali
    Voges (5)
    Taylor
    Jadhav
    +Haddin
    Broad (3)
    Hilfenhaus (1)
    Copeland (2)
    J. Sharma (4)

    toss: bat
    ....

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    Where can one find a fixture list?

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    Don't really have a clue what seamers to go with. Will probably pick two others for the next home game.

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    Round 3 vs. Cevno
    1. Alastair Cook
    2. Sam Robson (7)
    3. Nick Compton (6)
    4. Darren Bravo
    5. Usman Salahuddin
    6. Faf du Plessis (5)
    7. Peter Nevill +
    8. Neil Wagner (3)
    9. George Dockrell (4)
    10. Trent Boult (1)
    11. Marchant de Lange (2)


    Only give Compo a twirl if there's a massive partnership, and even then only for a couple of overs. Same goes for Robson.

    EDIT: Only just noticed Rimmington got injured
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    So yeah....

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    This English top three are cornflakes. They're not the most exciting thing out but they're pretty effective. Then the middle order are the sugar. Would be too much on their own but added to the cornflakes they add some much needed interest

    When KP returns he will be the banana..

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