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    February 15, 2005

    Pietersen will score 8000 test runs - Greg Matthews

    We all knew Greg Matthews was follicularly challenged (see below). It seems obvious now that he seems to lack the grey matter as well. He has predicted that Kevin Pietersen will score at least 8000 test runs. The last time I heard someone predict something like that was Ted Dexter predicting that Sarwan would end up with a test average of 50 after watching him on debut. Assuming that Sarwan ends up playing 100 tests, which is a very conservative estimate given he is only 25 years old and has already played 50 tests, he needs to score nearly 5000 runs in his next 80 odd innings at an average of nearly 60 to end up with a career average of 50. Tough, I'd say.

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