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Tuesday, May 10, 2011


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Howe zat

Davies is the incumbent reserve keeper, so he ought to play for the Lions. Keiswetter was playing as an opening batsman for the Lions in the West Indies, so I wouldn't be surprised to see him do the same here.

One of Lyth or Chopra would miss out, but since both are considerable distance from national selection this isn't really an issue.

That bowling attack looks likely but I'd quite like a look at James Harris over Dernbach.

Howe zat

On second thoughts - Graham Onions is back! You can never have too many Grahams.

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Or Adils, but unfortunately the selectors chose not to follow that particular mantra

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