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KYLIE MINEAGLE 07-01-2022 06:51 AM

Follow on avoided.

Leeds Eagle 07-01-2022 07:00 AM

Wood is having a cracker right now! consecutive 6s off cummins!

RazorsEdge 07-01-2022 07:17 AM

How many times we said, play like a one day or t20

Tomo 07-01-2022 07:18 AM

That’s a disgraceful decision by the 3rd umpire.

Never looked out in a million years.

KYLIE MINEAGLE 07-01-2022 07:30 AM

Well done Jonny Bairstow.

GrayP41ace 07-01-2022 07:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Tomo (Post 16194786)
Thatís a disgraceful decision by the 3rd umpire.

Never looked out in a million years.

Looked like a gap between bat and ball at the time of the spike to me. Surely the spike can come from a different sound nearby or is it an extremely precise science?

RazorsEdge 07-01-2022 07:36 AM

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Originally Posted by KYLIE MINEAGLE (Post 16194788)
Well done Jonny Bairstow.

Yes he played very well and a well deserved century. Maybe Crawley can learn how to score runs from him :)

Tomo 07-01-2022 07:43 AM

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Originally Posted by GrayP41ace (Post 16194792)
Looked like a gap between bat and ball at the time of the spike to me. Surely the spike can come from a different sound nearby or is it an extremely precise science?

There wasnít enough evidence to overturn.
If nothing else he needs more than 2 looks at the spike to change it.

Worksop Palace 07-01-2022 08:00 AM

I just read we lost 3 wickets for 0 runs in 70 balls either side of lunch.

I mean, that's almost impossible to do. Bravo lads, bravo

stinky 07-01-2022 08:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Worksop Palace (Post 16194850)
I just read we lost 3 wickets for 0 runs in 70 balls either side of lunch.

I mean, that's almost impossible to do. Bravo lads, bravo

Outstanding

Olympian2 07-01-2022 09:15 AM

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Originally Posted by the digger (Post 16194671)
Prestige.

Representing your country in Test cricket is still seen as the pinnacle in Australia and white ball cricket is a pathway to that.

Whereas the ECB clearly prioritised white ball in the lead up to the 2019 ODI WC & continues to do by putting on The Hundred at the height of the English summer, shuffling the pesky red ball CC to April, May & September.

And how those chickens have come home to roost.

Aki Aki Aki 07-01-2022 10:35 AM

Well played JB.

I see Kent's finest Sam Billings has been added to the squad with potential injuries to Buttler and Bairstow. Could do worse in the ridiculous absence of Foakes.

Stockport_Eagle 07-01-2022 11:25 AM

Assuming England aren't going to bowl Aus out for c.100, England are extremely unlikely to get even a sniff of winning this game from here.

As such, a draw is the best outcome, so time is key. With the follow-on avoided, Aus. will bat again, so what lead they want vs time for England to bat last seems key from here.

Six sessions to go. If we can somehow eek out our first innings to around lunch tomorrow, that's one session down and maybe 40-50 runs. That leaves Aus. with a lead of say 120 and five sessions to go. If they bat two sessions for a 320 lead that's the end of day four, making day five interesting...320 runs for England or 10 wickets for Aus.

If we get bowled out in 20 minutes tomorrow, still 150 behind, Aus. will need slightly fewer second innings runs and probably give themselves an extra hour or so at the end of tomorrow, to probably nick one or two, and we'll probably struggle from there on day five.

Big first hour in the morning, albeit for some pride and the chance of a draw.

Wolfnipplechips 07-01-2022 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Stockport_Eagle (Post 16195191)
Assuming England aren't going to bowl Aus out for c.100, England are extremely unlikely to get even a sniff of winning this game from here.

As such, a draw is the best outcome, so time is key. With the follow-on avoided, Aus. will bat again, so what lead they want vs time for England to bat last seems key from here.

Six sessions to go. If we can somehow eek out our first innings to around lunch tomorrow, that's one session down and maybe 40-50 runs. That leaves Aus. with a lead of say 120 and five sessions to go. If they bat two sessions for a 320 lead that's the end of day four, making day five interesting...320 runs for England or 10 wickets for Aus.

If we get bowled out in 20 minutes tomorrow, still 150 behind, Aus. will need slightly fewer second innings runs and probably give themselves an extra hour or so at the end of tomorrow, to probably nick one or two, and we'll probably struggle from there on day five.

Big first hour in the morning, albeit for some pride and the chance of a draw.

Pride?

ExiledStirling 07-01-2022 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by ExiledStirling (Post 16194751)
Wow amazing the bails weren't removed there as the ball hit the wicket pretty hard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJxmksRw1iA

Worksop Palace 07-01-2022 11:30 AM

Wow. When I read it had hit his stumps I assumed it had rolled along the ground and come to rest against them. Don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like that sort of connection that hasn’t managed to dislodge the bails.

Baffled Bob 2 07-01-2022 11:35 AM

What would happen if the bail had flown up and dropped back onto the stumps? Is that out?

spike 07-01-2022 11:35 AM

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Originally Posted by GrayP41ace (Post 16194792)
Looked like a gap between bat and ball at the time of the spike to me. Surely the spike can come from a different sound nearby or is it an extremely precise science?

There was a similar one in the Aus innings where it brushed Cummins's glove on the way through and the spike on snicko was off-centre on the frame after the contact.
You can even check it out on BBC website.

Which looks very similar to what happened with Wood on BT sports twitter

Latvian Eagle 07-01-2022 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by Baffled Bob 2 (Post 16195201)
What would happen if the bail had flown up and dropped back onto the stumps? Is that out?

I think that would be out as the bails would have left the stumps, or as they say "dislodged".

ExiledStirling 07-01-2022 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Baffled Bob 2 (Post 16195201)
What would happen if the bail had flown up and dropped back onto the stumps? Is that out?

No as they have to be totally dislodged.


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