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Keep calm and carry on, says England coach


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Mike Teflon
Pommies bite dust!
by Mike Teflon (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 08:10 PM

England gone!

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Sudarshan Nityananda
English test team
by Sudarshan Nityananda (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 07:07 PM

England were earlier bailed out by batsmen like Pietersen, Strauss, Bell and Cook. Now Cook is out of form and Root cannot take all the burden on his shoulders.
Cook, Root and at least one more batsman need to fire at Perth, otherwise this Series will be a wipe out for the ENgland team.

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susarla suryaprakasam
Keep calm and carry on, says England coach
by susarla suryaprakasam (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 06:45 PM

English cricket like their soccer is III rate and only fluke can save them. Sad tom see the death of all sports in England, from where they originated.

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damodaran mohan
ENTIRE ENGLISH BATTING LOOK WOEFULLY OUT OF TOUCH
by damodaran mohan (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 05:04 PM

What else but keep calm and move on can England do? They failed to capitalize on the life line given by Steve Smith foolishly by not enforcing the follow-on besides losing the referrals. Question is can they hope yet again some similar luck ? Main problem is almost the entire English team looks woefully out of touch on batting form even as their bowling took some time to adjust and get into the groove which is a positive sign indeed and could get them back into the hunt if at all the English make a comeback. The Aussie pacers on the other hand seem to be back in business after a sluggish start with Nathan Lyon acting as the crucial link to create the opening when the pacers struggle to come back to skittle the English out. In batting too Shaun Marshe's form looks encouraging although Aussie batting still looks thin. Given this background it is more likely that the English may have to return w/o the urn. Incidentally it is confirmed now that Steve Smith does need help of dressing room for right DRS call!

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damodaran mohan
THE ENTIRE ENGLISH BATTING LOOK WOEFULLY OUT OF TOUCH
by damodaran mohan (View MyPage) on Dec 07, 2017 05:01 PM

What else but keep calm and move on can England do? They failed to capitalize on the life line given by Steve Smith foolishly by not enforcing the follow-on besides losing the referrals. Question is can they hope yet again some similar luck ? Main problem is almost the entire English team looks woefully out of touch on batting form even as their bowling took some time to adjust and get into the groove which is a positive sign indeed and could get them back into the hunt if at all the English make a comeback. The Aussie pacers on the other hand seem to be back in business after a sluggish start with Nathan Lyon acting as the crucial link to create the opening when the pacers struggle to come back to skittle the English out. In batting too Shaun Marshe's form looks encouraging although Aussie batting still looks thin. Given this background it is more likely that the English may have to return w/o the urn. Incidentally it is confirmed now that Steve Smith does need help of dressing room for right DRS call!

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