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psychocandy wrote: ↑Fri Aug 09, 2019 11:37 am Interesting about Hogan. Usually our best bowler...De Lange's 19.1 overs have gone for 168 runs and he has taken 8 wickets. That makes 8.77 runs / over. He did not play last year.
What about De Lange?
Bubbles wrote: ↑Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:00 am Realistically we are not going to qualify from our group so isn't now the ideal time to give game time to our youngsters? If they are fit Smith, Carlson, Taylor, Cullen,Walker and Sissidoya could all be fitted in at some stage. The problem is that cricket like most other sports is a results business and people areWe need to get a couple of wins as we go into the final Championship games for the sake of confidence. Marsh is back tomorrow but is optimistic to expect him to come straight back after a couple of months off and be belting the ball to all parts. I agree about giving some youngsters a run but what was Lloyd doing last night??? You have Smith fit now who was our best bowler in T20 last year and pretty useful with the bat, just sitting around. I am sure Carlson will be playing tomorrow if fit as he is one batsman who can strike the ball. He should have been in earlier rather than Morgan and perhaps even Lawlor, who I do not think is going to blast away coming in at 6. Personally I would open with Lawlor and Lloyd, Zaman 3, Marsh 4, Ingram 5, Cooke 6, Wagg 7, Smith 8, Salter 9, De lange 10 and Hogan 11. If Carlson is fit he could come in for Lawlor and bat at 6 shifting everyone up one.
not willing to gamble for fear of losing their jobs. However with a DOC to monitor the bigger picture let's be brave!!.
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