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  1. Mosher

    Right to have my content/Profile deleted

    @maniac You are one of the most hilarious posters on ICF. Please take a break and come back.
  2. Mosher

    Two new balls

    Brick back the one ball rule. Reverse swing will bring back a little balance between bat and ball. Bowlers getting hammered in every game is making ODI's a bit boring.
  3. Krunal gone too. All rounder Axar in now. Why pick 2 similar type of darters in the team? Should have picked Khaleel/Prasidh instead.
  4. McGrath was a lot quicker when he was young. If you have read articles on him you will know that he wants bowlers to bowl as fast as they can but they need to have other skills too. Just pace alone won't suffice at the highest level. Unsurprisingly, McGrath believes he was consistently quicker in the early part of his international career, and while a drop-off in pace wasn't a conscious thing as the years wore on, his increased skills-set more than made up for any absence of velocity. "I think the quickest ball I ever bowled on the speed gun was the '99 World Cup final and it was 92mph (148kph), so it was reasonable," he said. "(But) I think I was lot quicker when I first got (to international cricket). "In 1995 in the West Indies, I was running in a lot harder, hitting the crease better and my pace was probably quicker then. "I didn't intentionally slow down to get control, it was just the way things turned out. "I was trying to bowl as quick as I could. "I think my action, even when I look at replays it looks like I'm just jogging in and rolling my arm over, but it felt like I was putting in everything in every ball I bowled. "To bowl express pace is not something you can teach, it's something that comes naturally. "Bowling at 150kph is something you are born with. "You can't take a 130kph bowler and turn him into 150 if they don't have the ability. "It's something that's natural. "I just felt if you found the edge and it carried to the slips and they caught it, happy days." https://www.cricket.com.au/news/glenn-mcgrath-australia-fast-bowling-pace-bounce-movement-velocity-philander-interview/2016-11-13
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    Aus v Eng - 3rd ODI - 19 June 2018

    England will keep racking up 350+ scores and our players will be busy consolidating
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    Aus v Eng - 3rd ODI - 19 June 2018

    Tye getting hammered now. Different slower balls but same result.
  7. Lot of regulars missing from this team.
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    KL Rahul n Ashwin - What the duck episode

    Kohli sledging Morris and Elgar from the runner's end was funny lol.

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