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    Don't see Poms chasing 300 versus Austrlian attack. Need to show some fight. England won't want to be all out cheaply in 4th innings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasan123 View Post
    Don't see Poms chasing 300 versus Austrlian attack. Need to show some fight. England won't want to be all out cheaply in 4th innings.
    It would be good to get close-ish to restore some pride. If they collapse in flames yet again then they lose any momentum they will have built up from the bowling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    It would be good to get close-ish to restore some pride. If they collapse in flames yet again then they lose any momentum they will have built up from the bowling.

    I agree. If England are chasing about 300 and fall just short it will give them some confidence for the next game.

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    Australia will make another 150 runs from here, cant see them folding for less. Worth mentioning it seems the action always happens in the last session when the sun goes down.

    Eng will be batting in the final session,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic_Inzi View Post
    Australia will make another 150 runs from here, cant see them folding for less. Worth mentioning it seems the action always happens in the last session when the sun goes down.

    Eng will be batting in the final session,
    If we're still in the game though then chances are the Aussies will only have the old ball under lights.

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    i think aussies will want to bat until tea, eng are out of this game...

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    Heart hopes for Australia skittles out under a 100, and a successful chase with Root and Bairstow taking ENG home. Less ideally, Australia bat till dinner and throw England in with 450 to get and England tough out a draw.

    Head says Australia bat till dinner. England fold even if they survive till the newish ball on Day 5 under lights. can't survive two twilight periods with the newish ball over 4 sessions.

    If ENG lose here, they'll get whooped in Perth and the humiliation will nearly be complete. Even if Stokes comes back, this attack can't take 60 wickets.

    More realistically, Wood will play in the warmup before Perth, and get plonked around for 4 an over there.
    I hope my head is wrong.

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    Australia need about 80 more on the board to be safe. Should be able to do it quite easily.


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    Hoping for a Aussie collapse just like they did last ear vs South Africa and the numerous times before that.

    Would be one of the most epic comebacks that usually always happens in Adelaide.

    Keep the batting 2nd always wins in day night Adelaide matches alive!

    Bogan Aussie pacers could break down anytime soon too

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    Quote Originally Posted by volcyz View Post
    Hoping for a Aussie collapse just like they did last ear vs South Africa and the numerous times before that.

    Would be one of the most epic comebacks that usually always happens in Adelaide.

    Keep the batting 2nd always wins in day night Adelaide matches alive!

    Bogan Aussie pacers could break down anytime soon too

    Chasing 300+ is going to be very tough on any pitch. It is not going to be easy for England. Those games you are talking about had pretty low totals for the batting team to chase in the 4th innings. India I guess chased 230 odd but other games I remember which was won by the team batting last was under 200 targets.

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    Michael Vaughan just said "You don't chase 300 in 50-60 overs"


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    Boycott talking sense again.

    Decision was rightly overturned. Root having a cry about it doesn't make a difference.

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    DRS has overturned like 6 Jimmy Anderson wickets this test.

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    I hate seeing Peter Handscomb score runs, with that french cricket technique of his.
    It annoys me further that Pakistan gave this guy his career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    I hate seeing Peter Handscomb score runs, with that french cricket technique of his.
    It annoys me further that Pakistan gave this guy his career.
    People said the same about Smith. Handscomb is quality and he will score runs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    People said the same about Smith. Handscomb is quality and he will score runs.
    Forget Handscomb, just look at the shots from Lyon.

    Pure elegance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    Forget Handscomb, just look at the shots from Lyon.

    Pure elegance.
    Great tailender to have. Such a fighter and always thinking. Never gets fazed.


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    Anderson strikes early
    lyon gone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Great tailender to have. Such a fighter and always thinking. Never gets fazed.
    Pretty sure the blow to the head phased him, was backing away from the ball when he hit that 2nd 4 and now that dismissal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Great tailender to have. Such a fighter and always thinking. Never gets fazed.
    What have we done?

    Bradman is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post


    Do you have the shot he played over the slips? Was poetry in motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    People said the same about Smith. Handscomb is quality and he will score runs.
    More seriously, what do you make of Handscomb seemingly changing his technique ever delivery?

    Punter thinks he is making life difficult for himself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mak36 View Post
    More seriously, what do you make of Handscomb seemingly changing his technique ever delivery?

    Punter thinks he is making life difficult for himself.
    Just making him change the line. A lot of these are still analyzing players with traditional technique in mind. You'd think Smith would've taught them something.

    Obviously, this is not Handscomb's final technique that he's going to settle with. He's still discovering himself like young Smith who used to experiment quite a lot. Used to hear the same commentary then.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    People said the same about Smith. Handscomb is quality and he will score runs.
    Oh I dont deny that. Smith spoke after they had lost five tests on the trot (3 in Sri Lanka and 2 against South Africa) that he wanted players with heart. Handscomb has heart, but i still hate his technique, and would be happy at the prospect of his playing in England in a wet summer.

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    Just need a lead of 350.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    Just need a lead of 350.
    Yup, Moeen needs enough runs to get his double century.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post
    Yup, Moeen needs enough runs to get his double century.
    Lmao, imagine he actually scores a double and wins it.


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    Handscomb is an atrocious player. That vastly inflated average will fall every series. Probably the worst batsman in the Aussies lineup including the tailenders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Handscomb is an atrocious player. That vastly inflated average will fall every series. Probably the worst batsman in the Aussies lineup including the tailenders.
    You should make a thread.


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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Handscomb is an atrocious player. That vastly inflated average will fall every series. Probably the worst batsman in the Aussies lineup including the tailenders.
    Come back in a couple of years and say that again. Heís a quality player, who is simply out of form and still discovering his technique.

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    The pitch still has quite a lot of moisture to be seaming like that. Ideally, England would wanna be batting 2nd session to play out the new ball before night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    Come back in a couple of years and say that again. Heís a quality player, who is simply out of form and still discovering his technique.
    More than happy to review the topic again in a couple of years, but 18 years of watching cricket is telling me that this guy canít play!

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    More than happy to review the topic again in a couple of years, but 18 years of watching cricket is telling me that this guy canít play!
    Well clearly you havenít learned much from those 18 years of watching cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    Well clearly you havenít learned much from those 18 years of watching cricket.
    I trust what my eyes tell me, they are very useful instruments and usually right. I would be very surprised if Handscomb makes a success of himself in Test cricket in the longer term, events will play themselves out and we will see who was right.

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    Respect for Anderson. He's bowling beautifully here. He's been a wonderful bowler throughout the last seven years but is unlucky to be playing in the era of Steyn.


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    Anyone else missing the insightful commentary of Atherton?

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    What's going on here? Australia choking or are the English bowling really well?


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    7 down for 90, this has been a really shoddy 2nd innings for Australia, whatever the result of the game the batters will get some criticism for this effort Iím sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    What's going on here? Australia choking or are the English bowling really well?
    Pitch is seaming so England are confident pitching it up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Pitch is seaming so England are confident pitching it up.
    Was it wise not to enforce the follow on? Australia may have wrapped this game up by now if they did


    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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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Was it wise not to enforce the follow on? Australia may have wrapped this game up by now if they did
    Probably. Conditions are still good though. A lot of overcast so moisture will remain in the pitch. It will only get worse at night.


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    Moeen's learned from watching Lyon. Bowling a lot quicker.


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    Surely Cummins has done enough with the bat to warrant batting ahead of Starc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    7 down for 90, this has been a really shoddy 2nd innings for Australia, whatever the result of the game the batters will get some criticism for this effort I’m sure.
    Moral victory for England perhaps?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    Surely Cummins has done enough with the bat to warrant batting ahead of Starc.
    Seniority culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Moral victory for England perhaps?
    England won 5-0 in moral victory series in India

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    Will Anderson be called for intimidating bowling?


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    Respect for Jimmy - one of very few left in the game with true skills. He'll break McGrath's record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    You should make a thread.
    Yeah, the so-and-so-is-overrated thread quota has dropped recently.

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    Does Jimmy deserves a Knighthood for his services to the game?

    Should end-up with over 140 Tests, 550+ wickets in 16 years of career, close to or over 1000 FC wickets - surely he is one from this generation.

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    Look at this northern conspiracy between Root and Anderson to deny Woakes a five wicket haul
    @shaz619

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    Good effort from England's bowlers.

    But this is too much for their batting order to chase down.


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    Bowled Jimmy, bowled Woakeee.

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    Time for the big question to be answered, can ATG Cook or potential GOAT Root manage to overtake Moeen "Can't score runs in Oz" Ali as England's highest run scorer in this series?

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    Hazlewood bowling with good rhythm.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post
    Michael Vaughan just said "You don't chase 300 in 50-60 overs"

    What is he talking about? Isn’t this 4th day only?


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAJ View Post
    What is he talking about? Isn’t this 4th day only?
    His point was that England needed to concentrate on batting for a long time to chase whatever target they ended up with, rather than trying to be aggressive and attacking.

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    Lol, Cook escapes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post
    Time for the big question to be answered, can ATG Cook or potential GOAT Root manage to overtake Moeen "Can't score runs in Oz" Ali as England's highest run scorer in this series?
    Funny thing is, he hasn't been dismissed by the pacers even once this series and two of his three dismissals have been pretty unlucky ones.

    Quite disappointed with his bowling though, even though history suggests I shouldn't. Thought he would pick up more than two wickets by now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    Come back in a couple of years and say that again. He’s a quality player, who is simply out of form and still discovering his technique.
    He has heart, and mediocre test bowling in the modern era on his side.
    truly truly awful technique

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal7 View Post
    Funny thing is, he hasn't been dismissed by the pacers even once this series and two of his three dismissals have been pretty unlucky ones.

    Quite disappointed with his bowling though, even though history suggests I shouldn't. Thought he would pick up more than two wickets by now.
    He missed a tour game because of a side strain and then ripped open his spinning finger. He's far from 100% at the moment which is why he's not getting the same kind of action on the ball as he does when he's bowling well.

    Hopefully a week off between now and the third test will help him recover because England need him to perform if they want to win a couple of tests.

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    IMG_20171205_091841.jpg

    Look who's laughing now


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    Spraygun Starc, does anyone really think he;s the best pacer in the world

    Cummins is the best pacer from Aus, outbowled Strac & Josh on his trip to India & Bangla, did the same at Gabba. Rabada though, for me, is the best pacer in the world across formats, on current form.

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    Come on England! 4-1 still a possibllity!


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    PatharAdmi playing well here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal7 View Post
    Interesting game this. England still with an outside chance of making this a close one.
    Looks like it's gonna be a close one...

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    I like Stoneman, quite an aggressive opener.

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    Will Cook ride his luck and score a hundred?


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    Still expect Aus to win, the next session will be decisive.


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    Fifty up. Chef and Stoney average just 21 together so this is an improvement.

    The darkness and the dew is coming..... but the ball will not be new......

    Chef doing what he does best. England need a slow hundred from him.

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    This is exciting but Australia will win


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