Jul 30, 2015 -- 11:58AM, Foinavon wrote:
If Aussies get 100 lead we could be in for some nervous antics during the 4th innings
120-130 would be a tricky target if aus can get to that lead and bowl well in the 4th inns
Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:01AM, johnnythebull wrote:
aussie lead now 23 ..when is it squeaky bum time for eng chasing?
Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:05AM, pxb wrote:
Johnson might disagree.
very difficult to defend 200 on your own. Starc and Hazelwood seem off the boil and rat boy is mediocre at best. He is of the same standard as Ashley Giles
Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:16AM, johnnythebull wrote:
the big odds on boys will just be filling their boots for the % return
This is not the sort of game to go balls deep on short odds. The Ashes throws up some Herculean efforts on both sides
Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:37AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:
Draw price coming in. Someone fancies these two to bat for three days then.
Jul 31, 2015 -- 5:39AM, Darlo Bantam wrote:
I couldn't back the draw with stolen money. Even at 1000s.
I'm joking DB
Jul 31, 2015 -- 6:17AM, DStyle wrote:
sorry - just on now.no way root should be given the ball before stokes.
Jul 31, 2015 -- 6:28AM, attitude adjuster wrote:
how far did england drift this morning before the 8th wicket?
Jul 31, 2015 -- 6:48AM, Mr Eboue wrote:
Be good for the nuetral if England find themselves at 30-3 again.
It would be more of a surprise, if they didn't find themselves 3 down for 30 or under.
Jul 31, 2015 -- 8:47AM, sageform wrote:
Every time they have shown a replay of a delivery by Lyon it looks like a no ball to me. He bowls with his toe on the ground and his heel in the air. I thought that some part of the foot had to be grounded behind the crease? I am also wondering if the game would have been any different if Adam Lythe had been sitting on the boundary. He did take one good catch but otherwise complete waste of space.
foot doesnt have to be on the floor