England are better than Australia

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Great news. We still don’t have to expend mental energy thinking of post titles.

It’s tempting to draw all sorts of conclusions after any match between England and Australia. We have just two things to say.

  1. The team without a spinner lost
  2. The law of scarcity dictates that Aussies will overvalue James Faulkner for at least a short while


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  1. a relief in the end… earlier on, while bell and trott were crawling along with singles, i was practically tearing my hair out

    anyway, let’s enjoy it while it lasts eh

  2. oh yes, and here’s george bailey: “if it’s going to be that dry then we probably need a spinner”

    might have to unearth one first 😉

  3. I was there. Lovely day. The eejits in the Hollies stay were their usual annoying selves, but the margin of victory made up for that.

    I was actually quite impressed with the Aussie bowlers. Less so with their batters.

    1. Me too.

      There was a disappointingly high amount of things thrown at a couple of Aussies in front of us.

      Now I’m not saying things shouldn’t have been thrown, just that there was a high wastage of pork products.

      Didn’t like the drumming beefeaters.

  4. Isn’t it lovely to see Ravi playing well for once? Perhaps on his 58th chance, he might actually nail down a spot this time.

  5. I don’t think so, i think Australian team has much potential and capability than England’s team because the Australian domestic cricket level is very high therefore they produce legends.

    1. But he is a priceless addition to the KC community. A Jah Jah Binks to Bert’s Obi-Wan Kenobi.

  6. “Ricky Ponting would happily return to the Australia team for this summer’s Ashes, according to his old team-mate Michael Slater”

    desperate much?

    1. The only people who seriously think this will help are Ricky, his mates, and the target demographic of of Murdoch’s Australian publications.

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