2nd ODI: Australia v England at Hobart

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  1. aussie1st Retired Administrator

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    Ah thought that was Sky losing coverage, yep they froze then.

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    Tait's speed is still up there almost clocked 150 just then. Just needs to pitch it up more, too much of this back of the length stuff.
     
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    Now Tait :eek: :eek: another injury or what :facepalm
     
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    That is handy having Dussey to bowl his part timers, always hard to get away like Gayle.

    And Dougie grabs his 3rd, deserved that one.
     
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    Bresnan was looking dangerous, good riddance :)
     
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    There is Bollinger wrapping the pads again, more like the Dougeh of old.
     
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    Doggie deserves 5fer, just hope he gets it :D
     
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    No 5 fer for Bollinger but convincing win in the end. This is pretty similar to the WI game in the last CT. Took one of our bowlers to save the day and then the bowlers getting the job done.
     
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    Great win, we are now 2-0 up :cheers
     
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    BOO...

    CLARKE JUST HAD TO RUIN BOLLINGER"S 5-for

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    Had a thought...

    If australia can white-wash England it won't be a good thing for Australia. They can't go so many matches without losing. So a series of 5-2 for Australia would be good with the last 2 wins on the end of the series
     
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    Congratulations to the Aussies great win.

    On another note, how has Steve Smith actually cemented his place in the side?? He doesn't do much with bat or ball. A bit like Australia's Luke Wright, or maybe thats a bit harsh.
     
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    Wait, till Syl sees this :p he will again attack Dussey :mad
     
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    Need i say anything more after todays innings? Clarke=crap, Dussey=crap, Smith=crap. add Hughes to that and you have a bunch of aussie batsman with horrible techniques in horrible form and don't deserve to be in the team, keep Clarke if you have to but the rest have to go.

    Marsh did all the talking for me too.
     
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    Just came back from the game :D Hahah yardy was soooo pissed off after that run out
     
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    Long thin tail, no batsman making a big innings, the aussies did what England should have done with the ball but didn't once they had the aussies 50/4.

    The plethora of lower order "can bat"s didn't add up to much more than one batsman with 10s and 20s but nothing that could have made a difference. I think England should rethink their side and their WC squad if they can change it.
     
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    Granted that this was a game where a tailender did go on a massive value-adding spree, he was supporting a batsman. Australia made 94 for the last 4 wickets after being 6/136, but 55 of those were scored by Marsh. England made 44, but Morgan was the 6th man out, so really the tail's job was that much harder. Even if Yardy could produce a performance worthy of a number 7, I just can't see how England were going to be convincing unless someone in the top 6 made at least 50.

    There was a little bit of good bowling from Australia and the 4th seamer certainly helped. Maybe some tight overs contributed to the 4th and 5th wickets, but one feels England could have been more patient.
     

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