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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:03 am

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mal wrote:Im starting my support for Alex Carey as of now

1st ball of the English innings left to go thru to the keeper, and taken cleanly by Carey


My support for Inglis is starting as of now.
Careys cooked. Another dropped catch.
And his batting has been decidedly underwhelming.

To be fair, he wasn’t travelling too well prior to the call up.

I think CA only picked him to shut safootynet up for a minute, they weren’t counting on whuffers hatred.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:05 am

whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:whuffer having a toss about now :lol:


Its 10am on a Sunday I was well and truly throwing a leg over :lol: :lol: :lol:

I miss the Sunday morning empty, you need someone to lay on while you’re having a wank.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:06 am

HISSSSSS BACK!!!!!
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Armchair expert » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:06 am

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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby carey » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:06 am

Hameed is surely done now.
you've gota keep on keep'n on .........
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:07 am

carey wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:Great comment by Punter re: Marnus.

He should be not allowed to pass judgement on a DRS.



I’m sick to f**king death of Marnus, who does he think he is? This whole no ruuuuun bullshit, the over exaggerated leaving swinging the bat around and the way he carries on trying to be Steve Smith then every time he gets out there’s an excuse or a reason backed up by the media. Then we he bowls every ball is a wicket. Every time they get a wicket runs straight to Steve Smith to lick his a55. I Can’t stand the prick

Same, I wish his batting skills belonged to someone else.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby am Bays » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:08 am

Like the earlier one, regulation had to be taken.

All that matters is next one.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:09 am

carey wrote:Hameed is surely done now.


Yeah agree.

Opening bowlers must love starting an innings knowing they have a bloke they can steam in at and not be worried about any level of attacking threat. Has to hurt the rest of the team as well with such a defensive mentality.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:09 am

Poor Habeeb, one run short from raising his bat.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:10 am

am Bays wrote:Like the earlier one, regulation had to be taken.

All that matters is next one.


His done.....Inglis is warming up the fingers as we speak.

Throw in the drops catches and that first innings dismissal and Langer is tearing the paint of the wall.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby batmanbegins » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:17 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:Poor Habeeb, one run short from raising his bat.


Poor bloke looks that far out of his depth. Never should have played this series but we rushed him back after one decent county season due to lack of options. Crawley for all his flaws should have always played ahead of either burns or hameed all series for his ability to play the bouncing ball.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:25 am

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Lightning McQueen wrote:Poor Habeeb, one run short from raising his bat.


Poor bloke looks that far out of his depth. Never should have played this series but we rushed him back after one decent county season due to lack of options. Crawley for all his flaws should have always played ahead of either burns or hameed all series for his ability to play the bouncing ball.

You’d think training indoors he can condition to it, they have stuff else to do with their time, spend most of it in the nets.

He clearly bats for survival, he faced 50 odd balls, he gets anxiety issues trying to score.

I wonder how many of his runs this series were intended, not mis-hits or edges?

I don’t know whether the ECB have been smart or stupid by continuing to play him? Has it destroyed him or will it assist him knowing he won’t face this sort of attack for a few more years.

Our attack is relentless for an opener, you’re generally 20 overs away from a bit of respite, and that is Lyon.

I like Kreepy, he takes it up to the bowlers, I hope he goes well.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:27 am

Crawley looks like he has a lot to work with. You could see him doing very well against the West Indies in their next series.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:32 am

whufc wrote:Crawley looks like he has a lot to work with. You could see him doing very well against the West Indies in their next series.

The lad has some balls, it’s been the difference between who has shown anything for the Poms this season and who hasn’t.

You can’t just occupy the crease with this attack, you need to attack back, you seen it with Stokes a couple of times, Tubby Bairstow and Root on a few occasions.

Play your shots, the same ball is probably gonna get you out so make some runs before that ball comes.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:35 am

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whufc wrote:Crawley looks like he has a lot to work with. You could see him doing very well against the West Indies in their next series.

The lad has some balls, it’s been the difference between who has shown anything for the Poms this season and who hasn’t.

You can’t just occupy the crease with this attack, you need to attack back, you seen it with Stokes a couple of times, Tubby Bairstow and Root on a few occasions.

Play your shots, the same ball is probably gonna get you out so make some runs before that ball comes.


Absolutely. Crawley attacking just looks and extension of his defensive shots rather than get all out of shape. Also seems to score no problems 360 around the wicket off both full and short balls. Seems like he will be a hard batsmen to tie down and set a field to.

He definitely has earnt his flight to the windies and a chance to cash in.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Vamos » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:50 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:
whufc wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:whuffer having a toss about now :lol:


Its 10am on a Sunday I was well and truly throwing a leg over :lol: :lol: :lol:

I miss the Sunday morning empty, you need someone to lay on while you’re having a wank.


Sunday morning seediness needs to be passed on ASAP
Whoops, there goes another year. Whoops, there goes another pint of beer.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby am Bays » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:56 am

whufc wrote:
am Bays wrote:Like the earlier one, regulation had to be taken.

All that matters is next one.


His done.....Inglis is warming up the fingers as we speak.

Throw in the drops catches and that first innings dismissal and Langer is tearing the paint of the wall.

Ha Ha,

Inglis has the same 1st class average (12.5) this year as Carey’s test average this year(13) and all bar 6 of Inglis runs be come against the Redbacks he’s averaging 14 against the fearsome SA attack!!!

Carey’s overall 1st class batting average is still higher than Inglis

Google Josh as see how he turned a run out into a stumping against the sizers, shocking keeping.

He’s scored 27 runs in 5 BBL games this year.

The fact there’s been no 1st class cricket since December hinders Inglis’ chances - see my post 10 pages back how our corrent summers are f***ed up. Same is happening in England too, 1st class cricket being treated as bookends to the season.

Inglis will be there in Hobart 100% but to mix the cordial and to feed balls to Carey in the cradle and the ramp.

Josh will go Pakistan too if the tour goes ahead) as understudy.

The Australian team is winning, based on interviews there appears to be a pick and stick in selection based on Khawajas comment on Head coming back.

Carey has another four test matches at least.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 10:56 am

Dave Malan averaged 56 after his first 3 digs this series, he’s dragged that down to 26 since.

Confidence is a massive thing with the bat.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby whufc » Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:01 am

am Bays wrote:
whufc wrote:
am Bays wrote:Like the earlier one, regulation had to be taken.

All that matters is next one.


His done.....Inglis is warming up the fingers as we speak.

Throw in the drops catches and that first innings dismissal and Langer is tearing the paint of the wall.

Ha Ha,

Inglis has the same 1st class average (12.5) this year as Carey’s test average this year(13) and all bar 6 of Inglis runs be come against the Redbacks he’s averaging 14 against the fearsome SA attack!!!

Carey’s overall 1st class batting average is still higher than Inglis

Google Josh as see how he turned a run out into a stumping against the sizers, shocking keeping.

He’s scored 27 runs in 5 BBL games this year.

The fact there’s been no 1st class cricket since December hinders Inglis’ chances - see my post 10 pages back how our corrent summers are f***ed up. Same is happening in England too, 1st class cricket being treated as bookends to the season.

Inglis will be there in Hobart 100% but to mix the cordial and to feed balls to Carey in the cradle and the ramp.

Josh will go Pakistan too if the tour goes ahead) as understudy.

The Australian team is winning, based on interviews there appears to be a pick and stick in selection based on Khawajas comment on Head coming back.

Carey has another four test matches at least.


In all seriousness Carey will stay for the next test but the discussion will now start.

His batting is never going to be up to it, he doesn’t have a test match mentality….first innings dismissal point in case.

If his keeping isn’t 100% which it’s no where near at the moment his spot is at risk

Sadly for Carey if his being graded this series he gets either a D or 4/10 at absolute best. Probably our worst performer this series.

Btw I would personally go with Philippe. Reckon his batting could grow to be seriously world class and out bluntly he couldn’t keep any worse than Carey has this series so that doesn’t really come into it.
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Re: Australian International Summer (The Ashes) 2021/22

Postby Lightning McQueen » Sun Jan 09, 2022 11:02 am

am Bays wrote:
whufc wrote:
am Bays wrote:Like the earlier one, regulation had to be taken.

All that matters is next one.


His done.....Inglis is warming up the fingers as we speak.

Throw in the drops catches and that first innings dismissal and Langer is tearing the paint of the wall.

Ha Ha,

Inglis has the same 1st class average (12.5) this year as Carey’s test average this year(13) and all bar 6 of Inglis runs be come against the Redbacks he’s averaging 14 against the fearsome SA attack!!!

Carey’s overall 1st class batting average is still higher than Inglis

Google Josh as see how he turned a run out into a stumping against the sizers, shocking keeping.

He’s scored 27 runs in 5 BBL games this year.

The fact there’s been no 1st class cricket since December hinders Inglis’ chances - see my post 10 pages back how our corrent summers are f***ed up. Same is happening in England too, 1st class cricket being treated as bookends to the season.

Inglis will be there in Hobart 100% but to mix the cordial and to feed balls to Carey in the cradle and the ramp.

Josh will go Pakistan too if the tour goes ahead) as understudy.

The Australian team is winning, based on interviews there appears to be a pick and stick in selection based on Khawajas comment on Head coming back.

Carey has another four test matches at least.

Too right brother, Carey may have got the gig by default but no one else is smashing the door down atm.

He isn’t brilliant, he isn’t crap and by the time the next bloke is ready to step up, Carey will more than likely find some form again.

It’s been a massive step up for him, sitting there eating his coco pops one morning and hearing of the Paine scandal as Karl presents it on the tv, next thing you know he’s playing Ashes cricket.

I’m backing him to find his feet, he has the talent, just needs to relax and feel that he belongs there.
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