Eyes not spreadsheets
With Harmison injured and probably missing the 4th Test, who replaces him?
Welcome, SpaceMonkey.SpaceMonkey said:New to the forums (Worcestershire supporter for what its worth ).
But WHO THE HELL is AA?
You can't teach radar, it's something you either have or don't. Oddly Harmison occasionally has it but then forgets everything and bowls a ton of ****e. The guy can bowl some good spells but allways lets the pressure off afterwards. That is what is so infuriating about the selectors consistantly picking him when there are bowlers like Kirtley who have waited around for ages and actually have the ability to keep the pressure on.SpaceMonkey said:Harmison has the potential to become a top 10 world bowler, but alas he seriously has to sort out his radar before thats even a remote possibility.
Not a valid argument - figures do lie - and how!.Rik said:Sadly, if this is the best he has bowled for England then match figures of 25-4-58-2 tell their own story
I'm just showing how however well Harmison bowls he doesn't show it in the things that matter, wickets. In that case he's like Flintoff. Anyway in this Test from what I've seen Kirtley has still outperformed Harmison, and what I have seen of Harmy hasn't been eye opening stuff.luckyeddie said:Not a valid argument - figures do lie - and how!.
You'll be saying that Anderson bowled really well in the first innings next because the scorebook says so.
For me, all the bowlers have complemented each other one way or another in this game - on both sides.