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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

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Jon Lloyd

It is an odd situation England being World Champions and persistently winning in a format that seems to be highly valued in all parts of the cricketing world except the home country. It doesn't seem right somehow, it's almost indelicate.

Howe Zat

This is what the evil Australian juggernaut used to be like. It was bad enough having Gilchrist and Hayden repeatedly wrax you in Tests, having them do it in limited-overs stuff the next week was just adding insult to injury.

I've discovered I quite like being evil.

Muhahahaha.

The Reverse Sweep

The ultimate would be to win this 2nd T20 and then beat the Aussies 5-2 or 6-1 in the ODIs. A taste of their own former medicine

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