Monday, December 14, 2009

A good brew beckons

Another potentially interesting finish brewing over at Napier even though New Zealand lost their best chance of winning by their failure to take more than four wickets by the close of play yesterday. Still, if the last three wickets fall in reasonably good time, New Zealand will have an interesting chase on their hands. In a way, their bowling, despite the inability to take more than seven wickets in 180 overs, has done the next best thing: kept things close enough to keep them in the hunt after lunch on the fifth day.

58 overs still remain. New Zealand still need those three wickets, and when they come out to bat, they will face a close-to-200 target. That won't be trivial, and given the Pakistani bowling, we could have a treat on our hands.

Here's hoping for a little "Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and caldron bubble." If we're going for a stew, it'd better be good.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Reverse Swing said...

well, rain ruined it after all the see saw and all the expectations of a result and probably in favor of NZ

10:43 AM  
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