only one team has a chance and thats england, they have dominated in HK the last 3yrs
Dave Whelan has said reportedly said if the Union boys don't pull their finger out and decide whether or not they want Farrell come the end of the week he is pulling the rug from underneath the deal.
well read any cricket forum they will mirror my views. Pakistan were awful. Of course im not taking anything away from Sehwag
we have not one yet. im still weary of the rain. pakistans best prospect in salvaging naything from the first test.
im a chelsea boy and i was so happy last night. its a shame that manyoo didnt go through as the more english teams that go through the better. so lets all cheer on the arsenal and scousers tonight
please learn to respect others even if they are at your competetion
i respect everyone, but when something is arguing a losing/lost cause then i cannot help come across disrespectful. Pakistan are out of their league. THAT SIMPLE
i saw this coming from the moment they said akhtar wasnt gonna play in the tests. The Pakistani bowling attack wouldnt get my dead auntie out never mind the India batting line up
try telling the twit in the other india v pakistan post that. Honestly Pakistan have always had excellent fast bowlers (Imran, Waqar, Akram) but Sami and Naved Rana do not cut it. Razzaq is not fit for tests. Kaneria bowled an impressive spell though, great prospect.
I think pakistan have been doing the rain dance
I just thought it was great to shut ronaldinho up after all the crap he said about chelsea. I honestly thought after the first 19 minutes that chelsea were gonna absolutely obliterate them. In fact I think they would have done if it wasnt for that penalty. They have to be favourites to win now though.
Pakistan's bowling minus Kaneria was club standard. All credit to Sehwag though, he played superbly to seize the initative. Pak needs to take a couple of quick wickets early tomorrow if it is to remain in the game. Kaneria had Sehwag in allsorts and if it hadn't been for Pak's world class fielding he probably would (and should) have been out. In any case, he'll get his hundred (probably), and if Pak restict India to around 350-400, and then get a few in the second innings, set India anything over 250 to win, we could have a match on our hands. On the other hand, should India go on a rampage and get 500-550, even 600, then Pak will struggle to wipe out the deficit and will probably be defeated by an innings or 10 wickets. All this, of course, is assuming it doesn't rain for the next three days.