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The Ashes 2Nd Test, Adelaide Day 5

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seekeerz | 01:06 Mon 09th Dec 2013 | Sport
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Hate to say it, but at 9/312, it would appear to be almost over for England at the Adelaide Oval this morning.

Quite a bit of overnight rain made for a later start but wickets have already fallen.

Best hope is now heading for Perth at the end of the week.

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bunch of happy hookers, this lot. The Perth wicket will probably play best for Australia's pace bowlers.

312 ao it is.
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All over folks, see you in Perth
That was shocking. Some of the shot selection was dire. If I didn't know any better I'd have said that someone must have had a bet that most of the England batsmen would get out playing suicidal hook shots when shouldering arms was the order of the day to the short stuff.
I don't care that Prior made 69, he too was out hooking but that score was needed in the first innings, no good in the second when the match is gone, pressure off and expectations are low.
Bres for Swann next Test, Monty to stay, Bairstow for Prior.
KP in last chance saloon too if he wants to extend his England career but I'd guess he's saving himself for a prolonged spell in the IPL anyway.
No let up, it all starts again Friday, they'd better get their heads straight.
Just a quick note for all cricket/TMS fans on AB, the next Test at Perth means the match will start at 02.30 GMT due to the time difference there, TMS will be on air at 1.30.

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