Aug 29, 2017 -- 12:07PM, johnnythebull wrote:
Cook's never really liked Broad
Aug 29, 2017 -- 12:16PM, wondersobright wrote:
batting on to ensure a draw at worst would be negative in my eyes and it does teams no favours in the long run(WI v eng series when strauss was captain if you want the perfect example)
I'm really asking if an earlier declaration would have been justified to get more overs at them.
Aug 29, 2017 -- 12:22PM, Richard LL wrote:
I'm slightly suprised to be watching an unscheduled day/night test match.
years ago pre-floodlights they'd have been off for light quite some time ago
Aug 29, 2017 -- 2:27PM, wondersobright wrote:
wd CSdid you lay any of it back for a profit on other outcomes or just left the £50 @ 30s??
It got lost in all my other trades which probably reached over 1000 bets submitted during the 5 days on here...I won big in the end but it wasn't a train for me.....yesterday I nearly went red.
Aug 29, 2017 -- 12:46PM, peckerdunne wrote:
Superb stuff...........Really enjoyable Test cricket revival...........good for the game
agreed !! Root was also superb in creating a fantastic match !! he has definitely, yet ironically, gained respect from the cricketing pundits / gurus etc.........
Aug 30, 2017 -- 8:15AM, Foinavon wrote:
In percentage terms I would have thought 83 Eng 11 draw 6 WI which is around 1.2/9/171.2 is the price at which I would have neither backed nor layed. As it was I left it alone as I came with the preconceived notion of backing Eng or laying draw and neither price was attractive.
that's not a bad mindset to approach the market tbf and I'm happy to accept those prices although they are between 2-5% out from the prices on here pre-match so I wouldn't call that deviation ridiculous