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    hope your ok and get well soon !
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    I play
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    A Flintoff not out 32 40 3 0
    wooo go flintoff
    ICC World XI: 205-5 ( 33.0 overs ) think they can win?
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    good Lord,the matches are absolue disasters! Muralia was the only one who bowled decently and thought the batsmen got off to a flying start,they really crumbled in the end:wtf?:
    can't believe Dravid's gone two matches without scoring:eek:
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    So which positions do well all play then?
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    I play at Number 8 or around the centre.
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    (Original post by yo-less)
    good Lord,the matches are absolue disasters! Muralia was the only one who bowled decently and thought the batsmen got off to a flying start,they really crumbled in the end:wtf?:
    can't believe Dravid's gone two matches without scoring:eek:
    Only Sri Lanka are doing us proud, so take a bow.

    I retract my statement about Vettori, he's a useful batsman...

    I don't mind Afridi being dropped, he's really hit and miss, too risky. Though maybe we should drop somebody like Pieterson for him, as he only bats.

    See, I said from the start it should be Andy Flower instead of Lara. :p:
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    I don't play (obviously ) But I thoroughly enjoy the players.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    I don't mind Afridi being dropped, he's really hit and miss, too risky. Though maybe we should drop somebody like Pieterson for him, as he only bats.

    See, I said from the start it should be Andy Flower instead of Lara. :p:
    Afridi might be hit and miss, but hes handy with the ball, and has quite a good record in Aus.

    Andy Flower? Is he still alive? :p:
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Isn't Donald/ Pollock a better combo?
    De Villiers was a terrific bowler, a master of the dying art of swing bowling, but he didn't play too many Tests. In that sense the Donald/Pollock combo was better because they played more tests together and complemented each other really well.
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    (Original post by Socrates)
    De Villiers was a terrific bowler, a master of the dying art of swing bowling, but he didn't play too many Tests. In that sense the Donald/Pollock combo was better because they played more tests together and complemented each other really well.
    De Villiers was restricted by the apartheid era and SA's exile from international cricket.
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    (Original post by fleur-de-lis)
    De Villiers was restricted by the apartheid era and SA's exile from international cricket.
    Indeed.

    As were many of the SA greats, in fact I'd go as far as saying SA would have been the No. 1 team in the 1970 and 1980s if they hadn't been exiled from int cricket.
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    hey ppl,
    is anyone following this..well im not abke to watch it as im not livin hom, but is there anywhere on the net that will have clips or highlights from the match(es) because i need to watch it and im tired of just continuosly looking at the scorecard on the net
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    There are a lot of pairs to choose from, but I can't say I could name a quartet better than Harmison, Hoggard, Flintoff and Jones.
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    poor cindy get well soon spursbabe!
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    i'd agree with that if was was living in cloud cukoo land, but may u've u forgotten the windies quartet which included likes of holding , marshall, garner .......
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    I'm quite a serious tennis player and am looking to get some kind of coaching qualification so that I can become a proper coach as a summer job etc..

    The LTA do a scheme but there are about 4 levels, all relatively pointless and expensive in my opinion. Is there anywhere else you would recommend? I'm happy for it to be a demanding course as I'd like the qualification to really mean something and separate me from the rest..

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    (Original post by asjad_03)
    i'd agree with that if was was living in cloud cukoo land, but may u've u forgotten the windies quartet which included likes of holding , marshall, garner .......
    If you could even name the quartet you might stand a chance.
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    holding /marshall/garner and andy roberts ....

    so u telin me matty hoggard is as good as any one of these ????
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    don't leave me!
 
 
 
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