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Old 03-19-2006, 12:45 AM   #46
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Flintoff dropped twice on consecutive balls!
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Come on Patel!

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How well is Owais Shah batting though?
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He's gone for 88, thought he'd get the century.

I don't see this England innings lasting too much longer. Panesar out now...
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Holy cow, England really defying the odds. Made 400, and now it's 32/3. Tendulkar c Geraint Jones b Jimmy Anderson for 1. Amazing stuff.

Yuvraj just knocked two consecutive fours though...
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Yuvraj out very early on day 4 for 37
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Dravid gone too; India's last recognised batting partnership now, with Pathan and Dhoni.

Dravid and Dhoni both dropped in the same over before Anderson's wicket; I don't think Dhoni's going to make a big score though because he tends to get overexcited.
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James Anderson just took his fifth wicket of the match, Pathan clean bowled for six. Awesome stuff.

I downloaded the day three wickets on you tube, some of them are really good. Geraint Jones has come in for some stick as keeper but my word some awesome catches yesterday.

The great thing is, unless there's rain, a result is guaranteed, which means an exciting final day tomorrow. I'm actually picking England to win by a whisker (possibly less than 20 runs!)
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SBS sports news showed some highlights of this game tonight, and wow, some of those catches were simply superb. Classic Catch material indeed.

I agree that this one's going to come down to the wire. Should be a good day of cricket.
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Some of today's highlights (assorted wickets and stuff); full highlights should be up tomorrow before start of play:

http://cricketvideosuncut.blogspot.com

Might be my new favourite site, actually.
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England must take wickets in the morning, like they did on day 3. Else, Indian should win.

I think Tendulkar will need to undergo another surgery, so I am not too sure how confident he's be tomorrow
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if India win, it will be the highest winning 4th innings total ever (by 40 or so runs) at this ground.

that said, it could happen but i'd pick England as it stands.

whatever the outcome it should be thrilling days cricket


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Some of today's highlights (assorted wickets and stuff); full highlights should be up tomorrow before start of play:

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indeed, Geraint Jones had a very good day 3.
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Kumble and Jaffer both out in the first hour of play...
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Dravid & Tendulkar gone in consecutive overs after lunch...India in real trouble now
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And it's all over.

England wins by 212 runs.
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