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    Mark Wood - Performance Watch

    Recently i heard many good stuff about this lad of his county performance.
    he is really really (in misbah voice) bowling fast and furious im sure the likes of malik and hafeez will have no chance against this lad.
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    Wood was England's most threatening bowler in UAE. Along with Broad, he's England's best bowler.

    He'll be successful on any pitch because he gets lift and reverse.
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    The fact that he most likely won't play all 5 games will probably be a bit of a let off.

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    Yeah he bowled with a lot of heart in the UAE and got it to reverse. Was quite pacy too for a fairly short run-up.

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    Hopefully he ends hafeez's and malik's career. Mind you he is a pretty decent bowler.

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    I never understood how Finn and Jake Ball keep Mark Wood out of the test team

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    Yes, good bowler. Coming back from injury

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    Quote Originally Posted by sully3 View Post
    I never understood how Finn and Jake Ball keep Mark Wood out of the test team
    He's been injured most of the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitWicket View Post
    He's been injured most of the summer.
    I saw him play 4 day match a week before the test series started. And he took a 4fer

    Maybe wasn't match fit for the first test but by the second or third he was certainly ready, especially as Finn was bowling rubbish all series. Even Rahat out bowled him !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sully3 View Post
    I saw him play 4 day match a week before the test series started. And he took a 4fer

    Maybe wasn't match fit for the first test but by the second or third he was certainly ready, especially as Finn was bowling rubbish all series. Even Rahat out bowled him !
    His first serious 4 day match of the season didn't start until the day after the 3rd test started and he only bowled 14 overs in the game. He played 1 FC game before that, a tour game against Sri Lanka A but he played as a specialist batsman.

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    Good bowler. Good Action. Good Pace. Good Body Structure. Good Line and Length.

    Like it

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    England have plenty of choices and they use them well. To rotate the fast bowlers give them much needed rest.
    Our management is killing the bowlers by over bowling them


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    He should replace Broad for the Indian test matches. Stokes, Woakes, Wood, Anderson backed up by whatever spinner that they can find.


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    Wood> Broad

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    Wood> Broad
    For the india series definately. He wood be ahead of Broad and Finn and in the line up with Jimmy for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoUgandaCranes View Post
    He should replace Broad for the Indian test matches. Stokes, Woakes, Wood, Anderson backed up by whatever spinner that they can find.
    Both Ali and Rasheed as Ali will probably replace Vince at 5 (with Ballance moving up)


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    This guy is on fire at t20 finals day. Was all over Root constantly having him playing and missing, just cleared up Jonny Bairstow with a 91mph yorker first ball to him and then got Garry Ballance caught at leg gully off an absoloutely stunning catch from Paul Collingwood.

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    He has boosted his pace big time after the injury, this is how you make an ideal comeback.

    But, Sharjeel, Babar and Rizwan will smash him anyways

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    Gonna call it now, this guys gonna be one of the best bowlers in the world if he stays fit in the coming years. Incredibly likable guy as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitWicket View Post
    Gonna call it now, this guys gonna be one of the best bowlers in the world if he stays fit in the coming years. Incredibly likable guy as well.
    And he will only get better.

    I wish him and hope that he won't be the next Pat Cummins. WRT fast bowlers, That lad was the best young talent of last decade but injuries haven't let him settle any bit.

    Stay Fit Mark Wood. World cricket needs You.

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    Quote Originally Posted by last_knight View Post
    And he will only get better.
    I wish him and hope that he won't be the next Pat Cummins. WRT fast bowlers, That lad was the best young talent of last decade but injuries haven't let him settle any bit.

    Stay Fit Mark Wood. World cricket needs You.
    hope he ends fake allrounders career.

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    He's got good pace, nice run up and vicious bouncer.

    The only issue I have how much movement he gets with conventional swing or off the wicket. You need that to be a successful Test bowler.

    But he will be decent at the limited overs formats no doubt.

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    he was on fire yesterday, I fear for our batsmen

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    Mark Wood is FAAAST!!

    93mph!!

    Nothing like seeing tearaway speedster

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    So what ? We have seen 95 miles + bowlers as well Lee Akhtar Shaun Tait and list goes on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufghan View Post
    So what ? We have seen 95 miles + bowlers as well Lee Akhtar Shaun Tait and list goes on.
    90+ mph are rare now since Tait went down around 2010

    Milne is only one close to that but he is injure dand even he doesnt go 90+ every ball

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    Wahab frequently crosses 90+ if he is in mood.

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    Wood 90+ and also Plunkett 90+. This English pace battery is amazing.


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    pretty quick and hurrying Pak batsmen


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    Needs to be given PSL Contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufghan View Post
    Wahab frequently crosses 90+ if he is in mood.
    ya someone need to get him in mood like watson did. :p

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    What's funny is the run-up...it's so short for a bowler bowling at 90mph+ it's laughable. The boy reminds me of Simon Jones. Comfortable runup but great up body strength and follow through. The issues are going to be injuries though.

    Tymal Mills looks even better btw. Such a good up-and-coming bowler.


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    And what a surprise, a recurrence of his ankle injury causing him to miss the Bangladesh series.

    Wood's problem is that his action places so much stress on that left ankle. Until he can resolve this issue he'll be another Simon Jones. Immeasurable potential and ability but cannot get on the cricket field enough for his career to make a meaningful impact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markhor View Post
    And what a surprise, a recurrence of his ankle injury causing him to miss the Bangladesh series.

    Wood's problem is that his action places so much stress on that left ankle. Until he can resolve this issue he'll be another Simon Jones. Immeasurable potential and ability but cannot get on the cricket field enough for his career to make a meaningful impact.

    He has to make an adjustment to his landing. His ankle undergoes alot of stress and moving forward it will always be an issue unless he rectifies it.


    Since He is a " FAST " bowler so he will have to make the adjustments but it will be very difficult to change something he has been doing for 10, 12 years.

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    Mark Wood ruled out of England's Tour of India with ankle injury

    Mark Wood has been ruled out of the tour to India and is set for a third operation on his ankle inside 12 months.

    Wood has been diagnosed with a stress fracture to his ankle and no date has been set for his return but the England medical staff have confirmed he will not play a part in the five Test tour to India.

    England have not ruled him out of the one-day series in India in January at this stage but a more likely date for his return is the short trip to the West Indies in March.

    The good news for Wood is scans have confirmed the problem is unrelated to the chronic injury that saw him miss most of last winter and the first half of the summer. Wood had an operation to remove a bone spur in his ankle and only fully returned to action in July.

    But this injury is a stress fracture he sustained while playing for Durham against Surrey in September when he bowled 35 overs as his county fought against relegation. His efforts were in vain however as Durham were later relegated as punishment for financial problems.

    “Woody showed his commitment to Durham with the way he bowled 35 overs in that Surrey game, and we know now that he also showed a hell of a lot of courage and resilience,” said Ben Langley, the England physio. “His foot and ankle swelled up hugely during the game, which was obviously worrying, and then we were perplexed when nothing significant showed up on the first scan. It was only when we got him in for a second scan that we discovered he’d been playing on despite having fractured a bone.

    “So it’s a different injury to what he’s had the previous surgery for, and there’s no reason to think that when he’s had this bone fragment removed, he won’t be able to get back to bowling as well he has for Durham, England Lions and England in the second half of the 2016 summer.”

    There is no update on James Anderson’s fitness but he too is facing the prospect of missing the India Test series with a shoulder injury that first flared up last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Mark Wood has been ruled out of the tour to India and is set for a third operation on his ankle inside 12 months.

    Wood has been diagnosed with a stress fracture to his ankle and no date has been set for his return but the England medical staff have confirmed he will not play a part in the five Test tour to India.

    England have not ruled him out of the one-day series in India in January at this stage but a more likely date for his return is the short trip to the West Indies in March.

    The good news for Wood is scans have confirmed the problem is unrelated to the chronic injury that saw him miss most of last winter and the first half of the summer. Wood had an operation to remove a bone spur in his ankle and only fully returned to action in July.

    But this injury is a stress fracture he sustained while playing for Durham against Surrey in September when he bowled 35 overs as his county fought against relegation. His efforts were in vain however as Durham were later relegated as punishment for financial problems.

    “Woody showed his commitment to Durham with the way he bowled 35 overs in that Surrey game, and we know now that he also showed a hell of a lot of courage and resilience,” said Ben Langley, the England physio. “His foot and ankle swelled up hugely during the game, which was obviously worrying, and then we were perplexed when nothing significant showed up on the first scan. It was only when we got him in for a second scan that we discovered he’d been playing on despite having fractured a bone.

    “So it’s a different injury to what he’s had the previous surgery for, and there’s no reason to think that when he’s had this bone fragment removed, he won’t be able to get back to bowling as well he has for Durham, England Lions and England in the second half of the 2016 summer.”

    There is no update on James Anderson’s fitness but he too is facing the prospect of missing the India Test series with a shoulder injury that first flared up last summer.

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    His tolerance for pain must be very high or the pills he took were very potent.

    I was impressed with this guy on the UAE tour and feel he can be a world class bowler, but he needs to learn more about his body and take care of it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barragan View Post
    His tolerance for pain must be very high or the pills he took were very potent.

    I was impressed with this guy on the UAE tour and feel he can be a world class bowler, but he needs to learn more about his body and take care of it.
    Completely unrelated but I was pretty impressed with James Hildreth hitting 128 for Somerset a few weeks back despite suffering a clean break in his ankle whilst in single figures!

    Wood could be a big loss for the test matches his winter, I thought he'd be a key part of the team on the wickets we're likely to face. Would be a shame if he can't make a good career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitWicket View Post
    Completely unrelated but I was pretty impressed with James Hildreth hitting 128 for Somerset a few weeks back despite suffering a clean break in his ankle whilst in single figures!

    Wood could be a big loss for the test matches his winter, I thought he'd be a key part of the team on the wickets we're likely to face. Would be a shame if he can't make a good career.
    Is this a theme in county cricket, players playing through injuries?

    If it is, then it is a bad habit and it can lengthen the injury from a few weeks to months.

    Who knows, maybe Wood could have recovered in time for the upcoming Test series, had he not aggravated the fracture.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barragan View Post
    Is this a theme in county cricket, players playing through injuries?

    If it is, then it is a bad habit and it can lengthen the injury from a few weeks to months.

    Who knows, maybe Wood could have recovered in time for the upcoming Test series, had he not aggravated the fracture.
    In Hildreths case it was the last game of the season and his team were going after the county championship so he evidently weighed up his priorities.

    In Woods case Durham were safe (points wise) and not going for anything so I can only assume they completely misread the injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitWicket View Post
    In Hildreths case it was the last game of the season and his team were going after the county championship so he evidently weighed up his priorities.

    In Woods case Durham were safe (points wise) and not going for anything so I can only assume they completely misread the injury.
    This is why Wood needs to learn more about himself and should learn from this experience, so he can avoid taking risks like this again.

    Good luck to him.


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    Great to see him back. And what a spell.

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    He is breathing fire at Gros Islet...
    2nd over from wood..
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    Quote Originally Posted by shaaik View Post
    He is breathing fire at Gros Islet...
    2nd over from wood..
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    Woah! Woodsy channeling his inner Shoaib Akhtar.

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    In this test match Wood has shown how important it his to have even one bowler with such pace.

    We surely need to work on Amir Bashir, Mohammad Talha, Mohammad Hasnain, Naseem Shah etc

    Also its not just the pace which Wood has shown but also the direction the pace need to go in. No point in having pace like Wahab, Sami or even Shinwari if your lines and lengths are all wrong.

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    His average pace is quicker than Shannon Gabriel !

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    Medium pacers like Curran are not going to do much in certain conditions. It’s is vital to have a express pacer who can trouble the batsman.

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    Wood has produced performances like this in the past, although this may be his best. The issue is his consistency, if he can maintain this for test after test, then England can use him with more confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Viper View Post
    Medium pacers like Curran are not going to do much in certain conditions. It’s is vital to have a express pacer who can trouble the batsman.
    Curran’s time will come. He will put on a yard of pace as his body gets stronger and will be a key England player. When Anderson retires I can see an attack of Broad / Wood / Stokes / Curran or Woakes.

    I concur about pace though. England come a cropper overseas when they go in with four medium pacers. A quick bowler lifts morale too, it’s good to have someone in the team who can give a bit of hurt back to the oppo.

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    What a spell.

    Though i still feel he will not be able to repeat this. He has always been inconsistent.

    Would love to be proved wrong though.

    These 95 mph bowlers are rare.

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    Very happy for him...he looked crestfallen the last time I saw him vs. pakistan, when england lost that game.

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    Mark Wood, the England pacer, was delighted after clinching the first five-wicket haul of his international career on day two of the third and final Test against the Windies.

    After England were bowled out for 277 on the second morning, Wood shouldered a bulk of the bowling responsibility in the second innings. He returned 5/41 in just 8.2 overs and crippled the Windies batting line-up.

    "It's a day I'll never forget. Any time it's not going quite right I can look back on this game and have fond memories," said the pacer after the day's play on Sunday, 10 February.

    "I've had some horrible dark days with injuries and things like confidence and self-belief. I thought in my own mind I was an England player but I hadn't shown it. I felt like today I've shown I am an England player."

    Wood's scalps in St Lucia included Shai Hope, Darren Bravo, Roston Chase, Shimron Hetmyer and Shannon Gabriel. The 28-year-old was pivotal in restricting the hosts to 154, as England capped the day they started poorly with a 142-run lead under their belt.

    "It's nice to show some people who've probably doubted me in the past," added Wood. "I've even doubted myself that I can do it, but I wouldn't say I'm out of the woods yet.

    "[There have been] times where I had no confidence slamming my front foot down. There were times when I was desperate to do well, trying my hardest, but it just wasn't quite happening for us but luckily today is a day when it's clicked."

    Wood travelled to the UAE with England Lions to face Pakistan A last year. This helped him get into a good vein of form, as he started the tour with five wickets in the only Test. He continued to impress, claiming seven wickets in the subsequent limited-overs games.

    "I felt I was actually here on merit," he added. "I felt because I'd done well there [in UAE] it merited my spot being here and this time I wasn't picked on potential, I deserved it."

    The seamer altered his run-up leading up to the Caribbean tour, a move that has helped him exert more pace on the ball. He clocked the fastest delivery of the series – 152.24 kph – during his spell.

    "I just don't feel like I have to force it as much," he said. "I'm still hitting the floor, but with more momentum, more rhythm. Before, I had to get up to speed quick and to get up the high pace, I had to muscle it a little bit whereas now I feel in more rhythm, and I can get in the spin of things and today it just clicked.

    "That [speed] was past expectations. I think it was the adrenaline. But I wasn’t really looking at the speed gun, to be honest. I felt in good rhythm and all I could see really was the batter. I was particularly pleased with the Hetmyer wicket. He’s a huge talent and to get him out, where he didn’t look comfortable, was really pleasing.”

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    In the past England used him bowling short stuff round the wicket as a stock bowler.

    Now England have to use him in full-speed four-over bursts over the wicket, like Australia did with the in-form Johnson, while Broad etc. do the donkey work.

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    Almost 95mph WOW


    Waiting for the day when there will be no p....i player in a green shirt

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    England need to find a way to keep him fit. If he plays at the World Cup, he will give England the X factor with the ball.


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