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By glamman
#27974
Not quite rotation as noone has been left out of the squad with Hogan bringing the number up to 13. Assume it's a matter of which of the pace bowlers are fittest and least needing of a rest. Morgan to stay in. Cullen didn't score any runs in the 2s this week.
By Nick_Glam
#27975
I would guess that Wagg and either Carey or TvdG may be the ones to make way.

Always difficult to say with our unpredictable selectors though. :)
By glamman
#27976
glamman wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:02 pm Not quite rotation as noone has been left out of the squad with Hogan bringing the number up to 13. Assume it's a matter of which of the pace bowlers are fittest and least needing of a rest. Morgan to stay in. Cullen didn't score any runs in the 2s this week.
Sorry- meant Carlson not Cullen
By notgoingoutreprise
#27977
glamman wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:02 pm Not quite rotation as noone has been left out of the squad with Hogan bringing the number up to 13. Assume it's a matter of which of the pace bowlers are fittest and least needing of a rest. Morgan to stay in. Cullen didn't score any runs in the 2s this week.
If Hogan plays instead of one of the other seamers then that is rotation
By glamman
#27978
notgoingoutreprise wrote: Sat Jun 22, 2019 10:02 am
glamman wrote: Fri Jun 21, 2019 7:02 pm Not quite rotation as noone has been left out of the squad with Hogan bringing the number up to 13. Assume it's a matter of which of the pace bowlers are fittest and least needing of a rest. Morgan to stay in. Cullen didn't score any runs in the 2s this week.
If Hogan plays instead of one of the other seamers then that is rotation
Just that they are all in the squad.
By glamman
#27979
Pretty awful bowling from Wagg - keeps throwing it short and wide on both off and leg sides. Having been inserted the Gloucs batsmen looking pretty comfortable.
De Lange and Hogan the man threats in this attack. Still not sure why we cannot see one of the other seamers given a chance - McIlroy, Walker, Szymanski.
By glamman
#27980
Funny how things change. Having had a number of seasons where the bowling has been the strength and we have moaned about the batting, the reverse is now true. Injuries cannot really be blamed as only Smith and Bull are sidelined. Nevertheless it would be good to have them available, especially Bull.
The good news is that the pitch is unlikely to pose too many problems for the team batting second.
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By Nick_Glam
#27981
Already half-hoping that the weather can save us as hard to see us taking 20 wickets here.

A morning where everything has gone wrong...
By glamman
#27982
Should at least be able to bowl a consistent line and length to avoid leaking runs at 4.5 / over
By glamman
#27985
Seems unlikely any more play today. Glamorgan saved by the weather. Poor bowling other than De Lange who had two catches put down. Hopefully can bounce back tomorrow.
By glamman
#27988
Lot better from the bowlers this morning - keeping it tighter and creating chances. Helped by the catches being take.
Hopefully can get a couple more before lunch.
Not sure why we seem to fail to turn up on day 1.
By glamman
#27990
Have to say the new person on commentary with Nick Webb at the moment is dreadful!
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