Romali_rotti said:OZGOD, just wanted to know mate since your info says you are in Boston could you possibly fancy the New England Patriots ?.. If so what do you think of their 16-0 season ?
12thMan said:Ind 31-0 after 6 overs
I Chappel says moving Laxman from #3 is bad move. Dravid should be # 5 or 6 as Laxman is good for these conditions. Let's see who comes nexy
OZGOD said:It's neither at the moment. It's pretty evenly balanced. As I had predicted, everyone has overrated the pitch - it's bouncier than it's been in the past, but it's no trampoline. It's a good true pitch which helps good bowlers while also allowing batsmen to play their shots.
genghis81 said:India and in particular Sehwag have ridden their luck and come out firing. Just reading the commentary Sehwag has been pretty lucky to still be out there, but all that matters really is that India is 0/50. It will be interesting to see how they handle Tait!!!
Nah mate ... at work ... so just checking it up on cricinfo. Luckily since it was a late Perth start, I should get to watch a few hours when I get home later this afternoon.OZGOD said:Aren't you watching this on Nine, Geng? Or are you at work/school?
OZGOD said:I feel like Sehwag's going to get out soon, the way he's playing. He's just flailing away at anything, eventually one of those balls will catch an edge. How much damage will he do before he gets out though?
jackal786 said:Come on dude.. Hayden and Jaques were beaten even more in Melbourne.
So this pitch, then, it's pacy that's for sure, and the balls have been too quick on occasion for the batsmen. But perhaps it's not as speed-of-lightning as it was expected to be.