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  1. #161
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    Too easy for Australia


    #Hum apko container deingaye dharnay ke liyay

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    Lyon bowling really well need a YJB century


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    Well they still really don’t like Broad do they? Bowling at his head, sledging, trying to block him off whilst he is running singles, all sorts.

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    Australia will be all out for below 200 on this pitch. We all know how good they are against spin. England should have played a second spinner.

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    Ugh Bairstow


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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Well they still really don’t like Broad do they? Bowling at his head, sledging, trying to block him off whilst he is running singles, all sorts.
    whats the history? also heard boos when he came out to bat, looks like a decent lad to me


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    Quote Originally Posted by CricFan2012 View Post
    whats the history? also heard boos when he came out to bat, looks like a decent lad to me
    Broad not walking after nicking off, which is always funny coming from the Aussies.

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    Ball playing some exotic shots here, lol.

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    400 was on. English threw it away by not pressing advantage when in control.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    England pass 300, Broad playing some ballsy shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Convict View Post
    400 was on. English threw it away by not pressing advantage when in control.
    Never in control scoring at that pace at the Gabba. Australia were always in the driving seat. Whoever controls the RR on Aussie pitches wins.


    A skilled hawk conceals its talons.

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    Some people getting ahead of themselves. It's a shakey Australian batting order with some new faces, and the pitch is turning. Australia's score is going to be somewhere around England's as well.


    Does cricket survive off of it's money or does it survive for it's money?

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    300 is a good first innings score on this pitch . England can concede a lead and still win

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    Poor shot from Bancroft.

    lol @ Khawaja at 3, could be 2 down quick.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Poor shot from Bancroft.

    lol @ Khawaja at 3, could be 2 down quick.
    Khawaja is bradmanesque in Australia. He is much more reliable at home than in the subcontinent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Poor shot from Bancroft.

    lol @ Khawaja at 3, could be 2 down quick.
    Khawaja averages 64.15 at home and is incredible nick right now.


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    Also, Khawaja averages 74.75 at the Gabba


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Khawaja averages 64.15 at home and is incredible nick right now.
    Not with the ball moving around.


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    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Not with the ball moving around.
    And there he goes a minute later


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    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

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    Khwaja is a walking wicket against spin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRock View Post
    Khwaja is a walking wicket against spin.
    He's a walking wicket whenever the ball is moving around.


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    MOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEN

    What a guy :

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Khawaja averages 64.15 at home and is incredible nick right now.
    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Also, Khawaja averages 74.75 at the Gabba
    Are you on CA’s payroll this season? You’ve been doing some truly dismal cheerleading.

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    lol Usman, we are still his bogey team apparently.

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    I predict Moeen will get 5 fer..

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    I know I didn't make a post on the Ashes predictions thread but I have had a funny feeling that England will win at least 1 test on the tour. They were carrying a lot of baggage last time Down Under just like Dad's Army in Eng in 2015. Root is a young and ambitious captain whose captaincy has been refreshing compared to his mundane predecessor Cook. I predict 3-2 to AUS as they will lose the last match due to a lack of focus.

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    This is where the game is now.

    Smith and Warner.


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    Is Khawaja the worst player of spin in the world right now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Are you on CA’s payroll this season? You’ve been doing some truly dismal cheerleading.
    You look rattled.

    Dreams of 400+ gone in a second.


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    Khawaja is so dreadful against spin


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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    Is Khawaja the worst player of spin in the world right now?
    Nobody can resist Moeen

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    Almost an year ago , i seriously thought Renshaw and Haseed Hameed would open for their respective sides in the Ashes. Surprisingly neither is seen anywhere in the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    Almost an year ago , i seriously thought Renshaw and Haseed Hameed would open for their respective sides in the Ashes. Surprisingly neither is seen anywhere in the picture.
    Form matters a lot for selection.

    These teams don't muck around when it comes to the Ashes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    Almost an year ago , i seriously thought Renshaw and Haseed Hameed would open for their respective sides in the Ashes. Surprisingly neither is seen anywhere in the picture.
    Renshaw has been in terrible form. Could not score any runs in the FC games leading up to the Ashes. Unfortunate but fair as he has been struggling for runs.

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    Three down for Australia already but Smith is there.

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    Wheels coming off the Aussie batting line up.

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    Handscomb gone 4th wicket down

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal7 View Post
    Australia will be all out for below 200 on this pitch. We all know how good they are against spin. England should have played a second spinner.
    As expected really. The Aussies were too busy boasting of their pace attack to notice the frailty of their batting.


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    Overrated Aussies

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    Is Khawaja the worst player of spin in the world right now?
    Not sure. Moeen's definitely a very decent spinner, however.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post
    excellent planning and execution.pakistani players and captain should watch it to learn something.

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    Blowing away my expectations here a bit at the moment, to be honest, but we really need to get Mr Smith because if not he will massively limit our lead, and we want 70 minimum.

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    Australia batting slowly 10 runs in last 11 overs

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    If Smith goes today it will get ugly for Aussies.


    ...

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    do we have thread for a match between scotland and papua new guinea
    png : 15-5 in 8 overs

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    Root needs to be more ruthless with his bowling changes, Woakes was delivering some total dross for a while there and should have been replaced very quickly.

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    Gotta get Smith out. We could actually win this.

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    Smith showing why he has a batting average of 60+.

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    Very impressed with England's bowling effort (much better than I expected) but their energy is fading badly here.


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    Steve Smith is by far the best test batter in the world. Clutch knock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasan123 View Post
    Steve Smith is by far the best test batter in the world. Clutch knock.
    Incredible batsman.

    Soaks up pressure better than anyone else in Test cricket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Incredible batsman.

    Soaks up pressure better than anyone else in Test cricket.
    Match winning centuries in India,South Africa,England,and NZ .

    Brilliant test batter.

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    Need to get Smith out before the close or in the first few overs tomorrow if we want to win the match methinks....

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    When I first saw Shaun Mars, I had a liking for his game & thought that he would carry forward the legacy of the Aussie greats. Unfortunately he kept throwing it away, & also the fact that he kept getting injured at crucial times did not help him either. Anyway, the guy does play sublime shots, whenever he is at the crease. Hope he retires on a high, as the clock is ticking away for him.


    The day d last tree died, d last river poisond & d last fish caught,we'll realize we can't eat money

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    Smith will probably take Aus a lead.

    He never seems to fail


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Incredible batsman.

    Soaks up pressure better than anyone else in Test cricket.
    He's several levels above the second best Test batsmen in the world.

    I thought Kohli was going to catch him during that golden patch, but nope. He's fallen away while Smith has continued to score runs and win matches.


    Quote Originally Posted by Convict View Post
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    Smith is best in the world by a distance, others are competing for second spot.

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    Fantastic day of the game.. This isn't a one sided contest.

    Australians will bat last and England must be aware of that and hence if they dont let Australia take any lead in this inning, they would be having an edge.

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    Even 180 might be tricky to get in the 4th innings here.

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    Smith is unstoppable man.


    Quote Originally Posted by Convict View Post
    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

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    England lost 6 wickets for about 100 runs today. Austraila will have to be watchful tomorrow as they don't bat as deep as England. Aussie batting will be heavily reliant on Smith & he would be keen to cover up the deficit, as any score they chase in 4th inning above 150 would be mighty difficult, given the nature of this pitch. Advantage England I would say at the moment.


    The day d last tree died, d last river poisond & d last fish caught,we'll realize we can't eat money

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    Very good test so far. If England can take a wicket quickly they can take a good 50 runs lead.
    England's bowling look a little fragile with Woakes and Ball not that good. Woakes will become better as the series goes on.
    It's so pleasant to watch Shaun Marsh bat.

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    Lyon will clean up England next innings with less than 200 to chase for australia

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    I think, Poms are struggling to manage the Kookaburra here. Took 4 wickets inside 25 overs, but not much threatening there after. If they don't remove Smith within 10-12 overs of 2nd ball, Aussies'll take a commanding lead here.

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    Need to get this Smith chap out. I still dont understand how he makes runs. Truly a modern player who is taking advantage of the poor test bowling across the world at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Never in control scoring at that pace at the Gabba. Australia were always in the driving seat. Whoever controls the RR on Aussie pitches wins.
    Australia are batting slowly too. This is not a typical Gabba wicket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the Great Khan View Post
    Need to get this Smith chap out. I still dont understand how he makes runs. Truly a modern player who is taking advantage of the poor test bowling across the world at the moment.
    I read that he nicks it just 8% of the time. The average for a top six batter in the modern era is 15%. That suggests extremely high skill.

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    Honours slightly even with AUS just ahead, the morning session tomorrow will determine the outcome of this Test.


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Been a very good Test match so far. Honours still even. The match is moving at good pace so the game most probably will have a result. A 250+ target may be too much for the Aussies.

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    Highly unpredictable stuff, literally anything could happen and all results still a possibility. Been loving every minute of this.

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    i think aus will get a lead of 100 here, smith is quality player but a whinger... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    Australia are batting slowly too. This is not a typical Gabba wicket.
    Left with no choice at 76/4.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Left with no choice at 76/4.
    They were batting slowly up to then as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Highly unpredictable stuff, literally anything could happen and all results still a possibility. Been loving every minute of this.
    Yeah me too, proper Test cricket. Pitch not the quickest, but good bowling is getting rewards and a fair balance between bat & ball.

    Pressure on Paine here especially after dropping one.

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    England will do good here with a lead of 50-75


    Babar Azam: Runs 8032, Average 44, Top Score: 204, Fav fan: CricFan2012

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    Root captaincy here is good. Reading the game right. Short pitch with all leg side field is certainly right for now.

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    Shades of Bodyline!

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    Snorting wicket that.


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