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I agree with you Ryan but in limited overs the top 5/6 batsmen should come in ready to fire and keep the over rate up they do not have the time to play themselves in as they can say in a test match we have a situation where bopara & shah are stagnating the innings what I mean by that is when they are batting the over rate falls to such a low level that the tail enders are left with an impossible task of catching I dont think either of them are up to International cricket and should be dropped the rest of the side are merely carrying them
Posted 20:15 9th September 2009
I would like to agree that the team can beat Australia, however the liklehood is so unlikely. This as we all know is down to the fact that the players continually being selected are continually failing either in their batting or bowling. This is a shame, as there are others out there who are desperate to get into the team and would give 100% in trying to turn the results around. Final ODI score = 4 - 1 to australia ( other 2 raines off).
Posted 16:22 9th September 2009