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  1. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    If we lose either of these two before close I think the ashes might be gone
     
  2. Dr Jacoby

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    We’d never reach triple figures if we were playing against peak McGrath and Warne.

    I wonder if they’ll enforce the follow on.
     
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  3. Gabriel

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    Next 40 minutes are likely to be decisive.
     
  4. My Sunday tickets are not looking good.
     
  5. ancoats

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    just made the tea and come back and from 170/2 to 195/5 ???? its a nightmare and we could be asked to bat again tonight
     
  6. Dr Jacoby

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    Unless the forecast is wrong, we will need to bat at least another 50 overs to stand any chance of a draw.
     
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  7. Manchester_lalala

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    3 wickets within an hour, was always going to happen.
     
  8. ws01

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    Lol Jason Roy..... back to the pavilion you ODI plonker
     
  9. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    There's no good reason to enforce the follow on for the Aussies if we fall short of 298.
    They may as well go out and put 250 on to put the game beyond us
     
  10. aguerrrroooooooooooo

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    Roy it was set up for you mate to go and put a big innings in and you've bottled it.
    Feel like Vaughan summed it up on TMS, he doesn't have a solid forward defensive shot in his repertoire
     

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