This entry is now closed for comments.
It will be the same two finalists as last WC except the results will be reversed
Sorry its level 3 6 test or 12 odi nowBut i thought ot was level 2 at the time as they initially had a 2 game ban maybe im wrong.Issue would be proof in most of the cases b4 this there would have been an element of doubt.So hard to ban someone for life.
@281Mike Atherton (ironic i know) said that if the governing bodies were really serious about it they would have made it a level 4 offence a long time ago.Atm i think its 1 or 2 which is very low.I believe the public outrage is in direct conflict with the proffesional acceptance.I actually found the whole thing funny at the time. Except for making Bancroft do it.
@ 278. worcesterwolfLeft quite a few out as I could have gone on and on. Shows how long these things have been going on across all teams. It’s a blight on the game we love and we really need the ICC to stamp it out. Current penalties too lenient to deter players/teams from doing it. Let’s see if it lasts if players are given 2Y/5Y/life bans or teams suspended from playing for a game(s)
@235Also if Mo was bowling as poorly as Rashid is atm you would be all over it. Strange how you and others are so quiet about thatWho does Rashid play gor emmm let me think.
This comment was removed because it broke the house rules. Explain
@231Did you forget Border = lifting quarter seam applying lip balm
TanglesGood to hear and lucky you to be there. Nothing like the vibrancy the sub continent (WI also) fans bring to the game.
Was at the oval yesterday and apart from some very minor booing at Smith and Warner, the crowd were very respectful to both sides (pro Sri Lanka but is to be expected). If people want to boo then that’s their call. Some good banter to Starc on the boundary line which was funny and the trombone group were excellent. Most of the booing was to the security team when they tried to take the trombone
Peter@269 Agreed. Up vote.@271 My sentiments exactly. I really can't stand all that other nonsense. I just want good games of cricket. Up Vote.
@ 245. Martin - John Lever (English cricketer from 1977 - played alongside Bob Willis)@ 232. dungerBob - laws don’t mention saliva or sweat. It ‘may’ ok as part of normal polishing as long as long as no artificial substance is included (I would check with the people in white on the day)https://www.lords.org/mcc/laws
James D, ZonalAll the best for your team, I'd rather a good clash than anything less.
We're having some problems displaying the comments at the moment. Sorry. We're doing our best to fix it.
You must sign in to rate comments