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TreeTops

Ashes 2015

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So when did you change your name.....all these pearls of wisdom.....

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..................so give a prediction for the outcome of this test with

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Time to get the rain dance going again  :geek: faster dammit   :geek::geek::geek:  faster :motorsyko::geek::motorsyko:

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So..........you have to get us all out!

Then you have to bat 2nd innings, then we have to survive till close of play on Sunday  :well:

I   TOLD   YOU   TO   PLAY    LOUDER    :geek::motorsyko::motorsyko::motorsyko::motorsyko::geek::hot::hocky::hocky:

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All I can say is cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  cr#p  and more of the same. They deserve to get boo'd off!!! 

 

reckon they'l get 100, I dont. Illustrious choir boy managed to reach double figures------just

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Mitchell Johnson and Stuart Broad on the verge of the 300 wickets / 2000 runs double.

Pacemen with 300 wickets and 2000 runs

Kapil Dev (131 Tests, 5248 runs, 434 wickets)

Ian Botham (102 Tests, 5200 runs, 382 wickets)

Imran Khan (88 Tests, 3807 runs, 362 wickets)

Shaun Pollock (108 Tests, 3781 runs, 421 wickets)

Richard Hadlee (86 Tests, 3124 runs, 431 wickets)

Chaminda Vaas (111 Tests, 3089 runs, 355 wickets)

Wasim Akram (104 Tests, 2898 runs, 414 wickets)

(Mitchell Johnson: 68 Tests, 1999 runs, 299 wickets)  << 1 wicket and 1 run required

(Stuart Broad: 81 Tests, 2353 runs, 296 wickets)  << 4 wickets required

 

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Interesting, where do you get all this info from, impressed!

Hope the wx doesn't play too great a part in this test but it looks like there may be a bit of rain later today and towards the end of Sunday but the rest of it should be fine with lots of sunshine

Good luck, you're gong to need it!  :smile:

Edited by Bruce e

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The Aussies find themselves n a very foreign position. England on the other hand are very comfortable 3 down for 30 something.

 

What's with the rain? Anyway, love the hovercover.

 

My prediction is completely opposite to the Cardiff test. Both teams back in the shed around 200-250.

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7 for 99

Fat lady is starting to warm up ---- but for who?  :well:

Funny how everyone said that whoever won the toss would opt to bat.

Lts see how Eng do when they come out to bat. :popcorn:

 

PS: another wicket Rogers lbw, last desperate review agrees so its 110/8

PPS: and another wicket goes & the Barmy Army are all singing "You all live in a ............."

Not very British old boy

Edited by Bruce e

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Yep. If Jimmy Anderson can go from 0/99 at Lords to 5/29 at Edgbaston, imagine how Mitch Johnson must be chomping at the bit.

We wont know until both teams have had a bat.

Great bowling though, taking advantage of the pitch.

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I don't think I have seen such a tipsy turvey test series. Very strange.

but interesting, how's it going to end up? Anyones guess, either :smile: or :(

PS: just been browsing through the Aussie press report/cricket blogs   Guess you guys are chewing on lemons at the moment - keep it up. It aint over till the fat lady sings!!! 

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