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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

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wilo

good luck to Warner and Pollard -- God knows the Aussies and WI respectively need them! In neither case am I persuaded yet, though. I didn't see any of Pollard's innings, but as you say, it was in a defeat in a dead rubber, which does detract a little. I did see Warner's innings, and it wasn't entirely agricultural at all. He had a lot of luck, but under the circumstances no-one was gonna make a lot of runs without a healthy slice of that, and he deserved his luck, I think.

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