Feb 18, 2015 -- 8:11PM, Welshie5121 wrote:
i am just going to adopt the 'back after every wicket' method
yeh reload after each wicket will be a good option, would of worked in the UAE inns too
Feb 18, 2015 -- 10:14PM, jucel69 wrote:
i backed zim when taylor referred that @ 1.35. Thought is was going down leg just straightened to my horror!
Yeah, dodgy angle. Looked like it hit him on about leg, although I thought still hitting. Tech said hit him on middle and off or something.
Feb 18, 2015 -- 10:16PM, jewell wrote:
This is far from over. I don't think Zimbabwe have much left to come after these two, certainly not much that can be relied upon.
ervine and chig are pretty decent , especially against this attack on this deck. Maybe dip back in if zim go really low
Feb 18, 2015 -- 10:16PM, Gnarley wrote:
Houdini'ed out at 1.31 - lucky escape but happy enough.
Feb 18, 2015 -- 10:19PM, Trainy wrote:
just go all in on zim when they loose a wicket easy as that multiple trades
Idea is to have little or no risk in the market.
Go all in, you're at risk if they lose another quick wicket.
This way, you have your stake in for 1 or 2 overs maximum.
Doing it sensibly in increments.