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11 hours ago, Traf said:

Wood 9-100? Good effort.

What a character that lad is. Must be fantastic to have him in the dressing room. Shame his body lets him down so much.

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After 3 months carrying drinks with England even picking a spinner not even in the squad over him, Parkinson has been England's best bowler in both warm up games.

Looking forward to watching him carry drinks again in the first ODI tomorrow...

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17 hours ago, maaarsh said:

After 3 months carrying drinks with England even picking a spinner not even in the squad over him, Parkinson has been England's best bowler in both warm up games.

Looking forward to watching him carry drinks again in the first ODI tomorrow...

Whoops! :)

Hopefully he will have a good one.

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Hope he does better than Mahmood or Hameed

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Tossed that away.

Curran knocks a 2, leaving a run a ball. So why try to clear the boundary the next ball?

Ali too is experienced enough there.

Some confused thinking.

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32 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Tossed that away.

Curran knocks a 2, leaving a run a ball. So why try to clear the boundary the next ball?

Ali too is experienced enough there.

Some confused thinking.

Arrogance really. Curran plays one way and one way only. When in reality Ali should have had a word with him and been the calming Influence 

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17 minutes ago, Escobarp said:

Arrogance really. Curran plays one way and one way only. When in reality Ali should have had a word with him and been the calming Influence 

Indeed. Ali always has played like that unfortunately. Can be brilliant, can be shit; doesn't come across as a 'thinker'.

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Morgan, miles higher up the fucked it up list than Ali or curran

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46 minutes ago, Casino said:

Morgan, miles higher up the fucked it up list than Ali or curran

agree, skipper should see us home, Buttler in the middle order also sees us home

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12 hours ago, superjohnmcginlay said:

agree, skipper should see us home, Buttler in the middle order also sees us home

He should have seen it home, but he'd left 7 from the last over with an experienced batsmen in. No need to force it like they did.

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Morgan takes a single instead of going big to get back on strike - run a ball - piece of piss, especially with how Morgan was playing. Then Curran tries to be a hero. Frustrating but reckon you gain experience from these things. 

WTF Denly is doing in this side is beyond me though.

I'd look at the order though because whilst you want Buttler in the game early sometimes you also look down the order and see Stokes coming in late who is a player who often takes a few deliveries to really get going - he's not "whack it round straight away" usually. 

So Buttler who is the best finisher in the sport could be a floating option - Stokes should bat higher and Denly should go.

I'd open with Bairstow and Roy like ODIs. 

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11 hours ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

He should have seen it home, but he'd left 7 from the last over with an experienced batsmen in. No need to force it like they did.

A run a ball and Morgan goes for a six

The defeat is on him, much more than Curran and ali

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9 hours ago, Casino said:

A run a ball and Morgan goes for a six

The defeat is on him, much more than Curran and ali

On the other hand he played brilliantly and got 50 to keep us in it.

Even when he got out we should have seen it home comfortably. So he takes blame but so do the others. Its about learning though. 

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3 hours ago, bwfcfan5 said:

On the other hand he played brilliantly and got 50 to keep us in it.

Even when he got out we should have seen it home comfortably. So he takes blame but so do the others. Its about learning though. 

Yes. Whether it was nerves or Geoff Boycott's "yewbris" who knows, but all of them ought to have been able to work it out.

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This is good stuff

I have SA by 15 runs, unfortunately

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Changed my mind :)

them by 3 or us 

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Unbelievable stuff

Again though, all hard work done, 3 needed from 7, why try hit another 6

But it's a bit shit to find fault with that hitting

And there's something very pleasing about beating SA

They don't take it well

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1 hour ago, Casino said:

Unbelievable stuff

Again though, all hard work done, 3 needed from 7, why try hit another 6

But it's a bit shit to find fault with that hitting

And there's something very pleasing about beating SA

They don't take it well

It’s how we play. It’s our one day/T20 brand Morgan has brought. Nearly killed us in the WC but I think it’s just how they are. Unbelievable chase.

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Meanwhile, in the womens t20, we gave a married couple batting together

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