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Seth Efrica being chumpatised by the nation that invented running rugby, indie rock, and attacking cricket.
more than I expected
GEORGE WORKER hahaha, does he like to get stuck in? fucking silly name you have there george.
played two nice drives then got bowled by Weise's only good delivery of the match.
On Anniversary Day and Waitangi Day. #publicholidaycricketbeers. Playing PAK in an ODI at the Basin too.
Shame our reserves couldn't beat the WC semi-finalists away from home, but good to see a couple of young lads getting a chance.
since you asked pal
I think the development squad's called "New Zealand" and the senior squad "Australia"??
no room for him there
In the meantime: http://www.lookalikes.info/our-lookalikes/new-lookalikes/james-tredwell-(carl)
Lyth, Ballance and Bairstow all making half centuries in an innings win over Somerset.
Ballance is certain to be back in the England Test side at one stage, but Lyth is an interesting one. Obviously had a torrid time in the Ashes, but in the 3 remaining CC games, if he was to make a couple of centuries, would it be enough to warrant a rethink on his place, or just more proof that the gap between CC cricket and Test cricket is currently too large?
Would need a Bairstow-esque season next summer to be back in contention, for me.
But if Lyth does make runs at the end of the season, he would be the man in form, thus would have a good stake on a place.
Compton, Robson, Carberry and now Lyth have all been given a go at opening, but none have made the position their own. I think there comes a time when you have to stop chopping and changing, and let one of them have a run at being Englands opener for at least a full calendar year, to see if they can adjust to Tests.
No need for four seamers in the UAE.
would be about the worst thing he could possibly do for his international chances. So yes, the latter.
and who opens in Seffrica?
which means that both fans and selectors will always slightly overrate and favour him
not that he isn't, at times, very dangerous, but i do feel he has the, uh, wood on us all. it's that horse innit
He was excellent against New Zealand. I think he's a better ODI bowler than test bowler, and the best death bowler we've had since Gough.
We've been Pigfooted!
God is a Pigfoot fan!
you know how we are pretty much unbeatable at the Gabba, well screw it, let's build a new stadium and hope it was all the soil.
Put Moeen up the bloody order ffs
Umlaut and the other regs gone to bed eh?
nearly 90 mile an hour
up over the 90 mile an hour mark
well over 90 mile an hour
mile. an. hour. it doesn't make any sense.
This, however, isn't
what a bogan
The ODIs at the end of the summer are definitely the real quiz.
In the last year, never gonna organise outside things for cricket days ever again.
If you don't think both were out you're an idiot
Stokes was out the other day, blatant hand ball, or whatever you call it.
but Steve Smith looked like a right yappy little scrott in the photos, so i say not out.
at the moment, is he?
with England terrorisng the Aussies with spin from both ends.
bailey looks like he's never seen a spinner before
just been trashing james taylor all afternoon/evening