Feb 24, 2017 -- 8:32AM, Foinavon wrote:
Thanks Fatslogger. My biggest lay was at 8 so nowhere near, unfortunately. Needed another partnership.
That it was available for anything you could remotely make money on is a bit amazing, looking back. The market was wise to the state of the pitch rather more than it sometimes is. Another regret this match is not just laying the draw massively early on although I did lay it pretty hard, to be fair. Given that my opening actions were mostly lays of Australia, I suppose I've done fairly well since to be in any kind of shape.
Feb 24, 2017 -- 11:36PM, tyco161 wrote:
Why cover the draw red Jucel? No way this is a draw.
Because I have 20k red on the draw & it was just starting to tweak me. You can imagine all sorts of crazy things at times
Feb 24, 2017 -- 11:39PM, tyco161 wrote:
haha yes I can imagine, yep that is the problem chasing short odds.... the mind starts to do messy things and starts conjuring up rain from the Sahara to dump on Pune :)
Feb 24, 2017 -- 11:51PM, pxb wrote:
Who in their right mind would be backing India now at 4/1.I'll take a wild guess and say "Indians".
It's nuts but will continue to get shorter quickly if they get off to a good start.
Feb 25, 2017 -- 12:02AM, East_Coast_Eagle wrote:
Would it be fair to say if SOK outperforms Nathan Lyon, he will be the number 1 test spinner and possibly take on the mantle as head spinner for say an Ashes series?
Nah, he's still just a roller
Feb 25, 2017 -- 12:24AM, pxb wrote:
Now Taylor out. All over for NZ you'd say.
Yeh it's a really difficult deck, all the NZ players are struggling to time the ball.
They have less chance of winning than India!
Feb 25, 2017 -- 1:18AM, Whisperingdeath wrote:
East CoastWere you someone else before you became an East Coast Eagle?
Yes , no second guessing for who that was.