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    Rabble Rousing Random Ramblings by S Jagadish is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License.

    July 22, 2004
     

    Cricket news:

    Asia Cup - Pakistan's new coach Bob Woolmer lets rip at his batsmen. Lashing's star in absentia, Harbhajan Singh, is quite happy with his performance against Bangladesh. Sachin Tendulkar wades into critics of his new batting style. Surrey's unpaid labourer, Zaheer Khan, is announced fit for the Pakistan match on Sunday.

    England v West Indies - England should have a separate coach for one-dayers now, if you go by Simon Hughes' logic. The treatment meted out to the West Indies team, in terms of opposition, facilities makes Pringle fear that England are rubbing them up the wrong way. While Boycott may feel that Harmison is the crucial factor, Lara believes that Harmison may not last the series. Trescothick seems impressed by the crop of West Indian quicks. Mark Nicholas feels that Flintoff's absence from the bowlers list could affect England.

    Australia - By a process of elimination, it is trivial to figure out who the greatest bowler ever is. Brett Lee, on the road back from injury, has cut down on his run-up without sacrificing his pace.

    Rambled @ 7:11 PM

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