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    April 04, 2005

    Back to back tests during Ashes!

    Scyld Berry finds out to his chagrin that the scheduling for the Ashes is quite hopeless and in fact has a test ending on 8/Aug and another starting on 11/Aug. He is also furious about the fact that so many Aussies play county cricket.

    Its going to be tough enough beating those bastards. Add in back to back tests and the familiarity factor and England are really hoping for a lot of luck to go their way. Of course, it doesnt matter that the ECB defended itself over the schedule in South Africa, claiming there was no way out. What about this time?
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 5:18 PM |
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