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« 2017-Dec-07, 04:43 PM Reply #25 »
Marsh's form also a contributing factor.


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« 2017-Dec-07, 04:56 PM Reply #26 »
As is Maxwell's attitude.

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« 2017-Dec-07, 05:51 PM Reply #27 »
Who got man of the match in the last test?

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« 2017-Dec-07, 06:02 PM Reply #28 »
Joe Burns & Renshaw should get a go before Mitch

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« 2017-Dec-08, 04:13 PM Reply #29 »
Renshaw can not get out of his own way at the moment.

Jo Burns does provide an extra bowling option.

Maxwells fielding would have got him a gig if it was up to me.


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« 2017-Dec-09, 10:13 AM Reply #30 »
Renshaw can not get out of his own way at the moment.


Comes from a lack of support. Confidence is a huge factor

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« 2017-Dec-14, 06:40 PM Reply #31 »
Anybody know for certain which Australian Test match stadiums have drop in wickets ?

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« 2017-Dec-14, 07:31 PM Reply #32 »
Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney

New Perth stadium will also

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« 2017-Dec-14, 09:42 PM Reply #33 »
Was absolutely certain the GABBA was as well ?

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« 2017-Dec-14, 10:24 PM Reply #34 »
The Brisbane Lions have been unsuccessfully trying to get a drop in pitch at the Gabba for years

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« 2017-Dec-14, 10:31 PM Reply #35 »
You are quite correct Sobig. But why would you destroy a great cricket wicket for a minor code in that State which is effectively played by a gaggle of second raters.

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« 2017-Dec-16, 05:09 PM Reply #36 »
Joe Burns & Renshaw should get a go before Mitch


Is that so?

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« 2017-Dec-16, 06:44 PM Reply #37 »
You're a bit  late aren't you? However I do understand your hesitancy

Anyways, top knock even given the conditions

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« 2017-Dec-16, 07:12 PM Reply #38 »
I believe it was I who called for Mitch to play as his Sheffield Shield form was good.
This was of course before his knock. Oh yes.  There for those that can read. 


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« 2017-Dec-16, 07:55 PM Reply #39 »
Brickbats to Channel 9 for delaying Smith and Marsh from exiting the ground.

Okay, fans like to hear stuff from competitors, but those two looked buggered and deserved to get into the dressing rooms asap.




 

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« 2017-Dec-16, 10:22 PM Reply #40 »
Bulldust, they have been playing cricket , not shearing sheep for eight hours or performing open heart surgery all day long. As The great Keith Miller once famously said , they have just been playing a game.

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« 2017-Dec-16, 11:28 PM Reply #41 »
  emthup  

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« 2017-Dec-17, 10:37 AM Reply #42 »
. . and being well remunerated for so doing

By [9] and by us, the viewers, indirectly

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« 2017-Dec-19, 01:23 AM Reply #43 »
So the Ashes return to the wide brown land that has droughts and flooding rain.


It has deserts and beaches and also - fortunately - Marshes

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« 2017-Dec-19, 06:31 AM Reply #44 »
Good on the kid, his old man was fantastic but lets remember he was picked because of his bowling and that was bloody poor. He got carted for 5 runs an over and only bowled 9 in the poms first innings.

This fixation of having an allrounder is rubbish especially as there isn't one of test quality available

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« 2017-Dec-19, 04:00 PM Reply #45 »
As I posted on another thread " I would not be going overboard about too many batsmen in the test side, excluding Smith, as they are playing against the worst bowling attack in the world. Let's see how our "current star batsmen" get on when they travel to South Africa in the New Year, then we will have some idea if they are any good."

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« 2017-Dec-19, 04:41 PM Reply #46 »
J Anderson is far from the worst and the same with Broad. A bit more luck at times and this series would have been much closer

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« 2017-Dec-19, 05:37 PM Reply #47 »
WOD, They, like the cheese I unfortunately left out the fridge for two days, have reached their Use By Date.

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« 2017-Dec-19, 06:04 PM Reply #48 »
Agree with Broad but not Anderson. He taken wickets and troubled our bats

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« 2017-Dec-20, 06:58 PM Reply #49 »
Anderson is still a world class bowler.  Broad seems lost. 


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