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Old 08-23-2019, 08:49 AM
mhendo is offline
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Originally Posted by Novelty Bobble View Post
And that is what I was suggesting could've happened yesterday morning given a full session. If anything the ball is doing less today and has ended up nearer the bat and should England fall to a low total soon there's no reason why their bowlers won't do exactly the same.
I do agree that Australia benefited considerably from the rain delay in the first session. They lost their second wicket the ball before the umpires took them off, and another half hour or so might have seen another few wickets fall.

The ball is definitely doing less today, especially through the air. The English batsmen (and I use that term loosely ) have played some terrible shots.