Australia Tour of England 3 T20i / 3 ODI

Discussion in 'International Tours and Events' started by wasteyouryouth, Aug 30, 2020.

  1. Dutch Staff Member

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    Rashid this is your moment mate! 27 off 12! very doable!
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    25 off 10......
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    Josh is still only just behind on SR: I have confidence in Josh!
     
  2. Dutch Staff Member

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    Bamm! Oh so close!

    Carey SR 87.8
    Hazlewood 80


    Absolutely gutted!
     
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  3. wasteyouryouth Staff Member

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    Imagine taking the game deep only to be dismissed by Rashid's googly that he bowls all the time.
     
  5. Dutch Staff Member

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    Hey whats Keaton doing here?
     
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    Morgan's easily in the Mortaza-tier status of being a member of the playing XI just for his captaincy. This was his masterpiece through and through.
     
  7. Dutch Staff Member

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    Yep he took some very ambitious and risky decisions that really paid off bowling wise.
     
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  9. Dutch Staff Member

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    Well......good night boys! Till nexttime. Was fun.
     
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    So what we all thinking about how todays game will go?
     
  11. Dale88 Ed Smith

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    Based on the last 2, who knows?!
     
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    Indeed, could go either way but I think England have the edge in terms of bowling.
     
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    @Dutch in current form they do have an edge but skill wise Starc, Cummins and Hazelwood is probably the best bowling attack across formats. They would surely look to come harder at England. Also with Smith set to play the odds go more in favour of Australia. I get a feeling the Aussies are going to win. But again England being so dominant in this format especially at home you never know.
     
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    Feels like the toss is massive. A lot could be decided by scoreboard pressure. Almost a case of win the toss win the match
     
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  15. Dutch Staff Member

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    Yeah day nighters are always a bit of lopsided affair in terms of who wins the toss.
     
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