I'd be interested in what you'd have thought were it a game against South Africa... And I mean that in complete sincerity.
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
He could see what shot Bopara was going to play
Hooper was coming down the track to him consistently, and Warne couldn't work out how to pick when Hooper would charge, and when he would play from the crease. He decided to come in to bowl, with no intention of letting the ball go, and just watch Hooper. He worked out that Hooper would glance down at his boots as Warne was coming in to bowl when he intended playing from the crease, but would just look straight at Warne when he was going to charge.
He got his information, and then was more successful against him.
As long as its not done constantly, I don't see an issue with it. Frankly, if a batsman is premeditating his shots so much that it makes the bowler's tactic effective, then that his the risk he takes.
Last edited by Bracken; 07-04-2007 at 10:39 AM.
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