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    March 08, 2005

    Lee, Gillespie & Kasprowicz - the problem of plenty of pace

    Australia, now have to worry about which quick to omit for the 1st Test against New Zealand at Christchurch. As Gilchrist has stated, only McGrath's berth is assured, leaving the other 3 to fight for the remaining 2 spots. If McGrath keeps going on and on in his attempt to get 600 wickets, we maybe talking about the lost generation of Aussie pacemen.

    But if Australia want to have the best XI and also get drinks properly during the short over-breaks, there can be only one way out. Kasprowicz used to be the best 12th man going around, when Bichel wasnt at his job, but surely he's done enough to get a place.
    Thus spake Ganesh @ 8:40 AM |
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