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    Powar and Harbajan showing quite a lot promise.. Munaf bowled very well, impressive yet again..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt
    Do England have quotas? Just having a look at Sajjid Mahmoods continued selection, and the fact he goes for over six an over in ODI cricket..
    Learn to spell his name before you slag him off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy
    I didnt mean to sound short and curt with you. Im just ****ed off and annoyed with the way this OD team is being built and designed. It was easy to predict and noone can say these are the best OD players in England.

    Sorry if you felt the snappyness was directed at you, it wasnt.
    That's OK - I'm pretty peed off too, which is probably why my post was a bit sarcy.

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    Collingwood gone, big trouble now. Read has to give Dalrymple a bit of support.


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    The loud appeal on the previous ball probably affecting the concentration in the next ball. Six gone.

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    England would probably lose to Zimbabwe in ODIs these days.

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    I'm sure we're all more collectively peed off now: Colly goes for 38. A lovely bit of bowling from Powar too; a classical off-spinner.
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    Time for Read to show why he's got a big reputation in the OD game back home with the bat.

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    Yes, all England needs now is a run out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleTheOne
    Time for Read to show why he's got a big reputation in the OD game back home with the bat.

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    A caught resulting from a six attempt with 20 overs to go and just four wickets remaining to result the 7th wicket will do.

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    Geraint-esque.

    We've still nearly 20 overs to bat, surely a little common sense dictates it's better to bat them out than to toss your wicket away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    Geraint-esque.

    We've still nearly 20 overs to bat, surely a little common sense dictates it's better to bat them out than to toss your wicket away?
    Probably thought **** it, was out second ball might as well push my luck for a second time.

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    Pathetic shot from Read, the needed a good partnership now. Well bowled tho..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    Geraint-esque.

    We've still nearly 20 overs to bat, surely a little common sense dictates it's better to bat them out than to toss your wicket away?
    Didn't we see something like this against pakistan too? Perhaps not the brightest bunny in the hutch.

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