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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 12:11:59

Bring on the rain.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 13:14:53

In London today Pete and there is no way it is going to rain. The best hope they have is for Middlesex to set Yorkshire a run chase and for them to fall short, but not be all out.

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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 13:58:35

Middlesex doing well, only lost one wicket this morning and building a good lead.

243 - 3, 104 lead with 7 wickets in hand
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 14:37:28

Yorkshire are sending down some easy deliveries to generate a run chase. Not looking good for Somerset.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 14:38:09

Middlesex now leads by 225 with 5 wickets standing
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 14:44:15

YORKSHIRE SET 240 TO WIN IN 40 OVERS
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 15:53:01

48-3 with 27 overs left
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 16:04:00

Yorkshire need 188 off 156 balls. Its gradually tipping away from them and Somerset.

Some pretty poor bowling earlier from them earlier trying to encourage the follow on.

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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 20:29:56

Big club carve up.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Fri 23 Sep - 22:45:40

Doesn't come close to Jimmy Glass though.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sun 23 Oct - 14:46:10

Bit of a thriller in Chittagong. Bangladesh need 33 with 2 wickets standing tomorrow, wouldn't like to put money on who'll win this one.The Banglas look to be a much improved side and whatever happens have pushed England all the way-Englands batting and spin bowling frailties have been all too obvious again in this match.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Mon 24 Oct - 5:39:42

A nice win
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Mon 24 Oct - 9:23:11

Tgwu wrote:
A nice win

Need to up their game for the next test and the following tour of India though-a very different kettle of fish.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sun 30 Oct - 13:26:58

Greenskin wrote:
Tgwu wrote:
A nice win

Need to up their game for the next test and the following tour of India though-a very different kettle of fish.

Obviously that didn't happen.Congratulations to Bangladesh,by far the better team in this match,England have much pondering to do before embarking on what could be a severely embarrassing tour of India if they don't buck their ideas and techniques up.
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PostSubject: Aus v SA (Cricket)   Sat 12 Nov - 0:55:40

Anybody else watching the 2nd Test from Down Under on BT?

Australia currently 21/5 in Hobart.

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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 1:02:42

They are currently running the graphic showing the lowest Test scores ever (26 all out - NZ v England 1955).

Aussies up to 30.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 1:18:16

31/6 now. Not out overturned on review.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 1:24:30

31/6.

South Africa, currently reduced to 2 seamers following a collision between Steve Smith and Philander (?), bring on a spinner and it turns square...
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 1:32:34

43/6 at Lunch.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 1:45:36

Graham Swann just said "the stumps have got bigger".

Have they? Why?
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 9:39:09

Because without DRS umpires would give the benefit of the doubt to the batsman.  Unless you were certain it was hitting it would be not out.  
Now with DRS it is out of it is just clipping so the target area for getting an LBW has increased in size.

Australia look like they are going backwards again at the moment and England have finally solved the opening bat position with Hameed.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sat 12 Nov - 10:11:58

So the stumps are the same size they always were then!

I thought what he said was odd.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Sun 13 Nov - 17:25:03

Aus v SA thread merged into the cricket thread, which seemed a logical place!
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Thu 8 Dec - 8:41:32

Keaton Jennings scores a century on England debut and a very good one it was.Good to see England still producing excellent young South African batsmen.
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PostSubject: Re: The Cricket thread   Thu 8 Dec - 9:37:01

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