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Sven Roeder 9:13 Tue Oct 29
England tour of New Zealand
5 T20's (preparation for next years World Cup)
0 ODI's (Kiwis burst into tears when England suggested them)
2 Tests

T20's
November 1st, 3rd, 5th, 8th & 10th
all 1am GMT except game 4 at 5am

Tests
Tour matches Nov 12-13 & 15-17
1st Test Nov 21-25
2nd Test Nov 29 - Dec 3
all 10pm GMT starts

T20 warm ups
England XI 178/4 (18.1 overs) bt NZ XI 172/4 (20.0)
NZ XI 191/2 (18,3 overs) bt England XI 188/5 (20.0)

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ray winstone 6:37 Wed Dec 4
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Former England captain Bob Willis has died at the age of 70.

The fast bowler took 325 wickets in 90 Tests from 1971 to 1984, claiming a career-best 8-43 to help England to a famous win over Australia at Headingley in the 1981 Ashes.

He captained England in 18 Tests and 29 one-day internationals before his retirement from all forms of cricket in 1984.

In a statement, Willis' family said he had died "after a long illness".


RIP Bob, top player.

Far Cough 5:48 Wed Dec 4
Re: England tour of New Zealand
He played a key part in what became known as 'Botham's Ashes' when his hostile bowling saw him take 8-43 in the memorable third Test at Headingley that was won from a seemingly-impossible position.

Sky



Great match that

Far Cough 5:47 Wed Dec 4
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Looks like it's true


RIP Sir Bob

Far Cough 5:46 Wed Dec 4
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Shit I hope it's not true

claretandbluedagger 5:44 Wed Dec 4
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Sky reporting that Bob Willis has died aged 70.

normannomates 4:43 Tue Dec 3
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Yes Denly is the modern Kent kunt Tavare
That Sibley is a fat fuck who seems to be the latest fad.. Fuckin shite I say

Dr Matt 1:49 Tue Dec 3
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Archer will be very lucky to make the Test squad going forwards.

Very poor.

Noticeable that England have improved since Silverwood left NZ too.

twoleftfeet 12:43 Tue Dec 3
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Fuck off Denly you Kent prick.

Sven Roeder 9:55 Mon Dec 2
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Have you ever met a New Zealander, Matty?
They aren’t people you’d describe as FLAMBOYANT
Careful and turgid betraying their Scottish roots.
Their wickets do tend to be slow and low apart from when they get rain and produce green tops in the English style.
If England can get Williamson and Taylor before lunch the win is on here.

Dr Matt 12:46 Mon Dec 2
Re: England tour of New Zealand
New Zealand will always try and not lose before considering future tours and challenges.

Hence playing on slow low pitches with a meaningful and important Aussie tour round the corner.

Illogical, but they always stood more chance against England on a slow low pitch.

Hence why they’ve never accomplished anything in cricket.

Bernie 1:13 Sun Dec 1
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Incredibly boring series to watch in the most part, very little happening, Root's ton was his slowest, I think BlowJob Watling batted for something like 450 balls.

Pitches like that will kill test cricket

stewie griffin 11:36 Sun Dec 1
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Sure pitches in new Zealand used to have something in them. The second road of the series and no half defeat test side should be losing either game tbh

Sven Roeder 11:24 Sun Dec 1
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Fighting hard to avoid the (All)Black Wash

Far Cough 10:47 Sun Dec 1
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Tons for Root and Burns

New Jersey 2:18 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
I think Foakes must have declined a threesome with Smith and Root, baffling!

Eerie Descent 2:09 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Benjamin 'Benny' Foakes.

Sven Roeder 1:55 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Some pondering for the dapper selector Edward Smith before England go to S Africa.....
Is the near 34yo Joe Denly who averages 30 in Tests worth keeping at 3?
Has Dominic ‘Dom’ Sibley (38 runs in 3 innings) shown enough to be exposed to Rabada & Philander?
Who is the best keeper ...: Jocelyn ‘Jos’ Buttler, Jonathan ‘Jonny’ Bairstow or Oliver ‘Olli’ Pope?

New Jersey 1:41 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Wasn't the shot, undroppable Stuart Broad our leading wicket taker this summer and was actually dropped for some of the tests last winter??

Sven Roeder 12:46 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
Ha ha
Didn’t expect Pakistan to be quite so dismal as they looked ok in the warm up game against what was effectively Australia A.
On their way to 14 consecutive Test defeats in Australia in the last 24 years.

New Zealand should be a much tougher proposition in the December/New Year Tests as probably have one of their best ever Test teams at the moment.

Australia still looking for batsmen and an allrounder at the moment.
And maybe a leg spinner

Bernie 12:13 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
David Warner could get 500 not out and he still be the biggest cunt to have ever played the game.

He's PERFECT for australia

Dr Matt 9:51 Sat Nov 30
Re: England tour of New Zealand
How many 16 year olds played?

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