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The Greatest All-Time India vs Australia Test Cricket XI - Episode 95

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Pilch joins the show once again to chat Cricket. With the ongoing Australia vs India Test Series this summer, the lads decided to take a look at the history of the rivalry and pick an all-time XI.

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OCHASEI welcome back to the other Balle podcast.This is episode. Ninety five of the show I'm Hann Sho Corcodie, and we areonce again joined by Christian Pilchur. How are you going on this? Fine? Twentysecond of December good. Thank you mat. How are you yeah very good in theChristmas mood Beeng out and about in the shops and stuff, and I'm feelingthe crispins vibe now wasn't so much a few weeks ago I was, I was ready to goin November. No one was ready to go with me, so I ended up stalling, butfinally, the public has gotten in the Christmas movie me. I've got myChristmas hat on Mysena Hart. I saluted center at the shopping center,so I'm feeling good and today we're actually not here to talk about NFLtheres, an NFL episode will be coming out later this week, but we're here, asI'm sure you could tell by the title, thumbnail, etc. We'll be talking aboutthe cricket as Al Australians know, all Indiansknow and I'm sure a few other people around the world know there is anAustralian and verse India Test Series on Right. Now the first test was justplayed an atelaide. It was a day niner. Did you catch much of it mate or didn't watch any of it t yeah. I didn'tcatch too much myself because was playing cricket during it and itwas only like I lasted three days or something so yeah. I actually didn'tsee too much. Ofbout myself, eiter the BES ther yeah itwas tracking, the scorsWis, pretty pretty crazy game. Australia ended up winning comfortably,but they did go into the second inningswith like a deficit of like seventy runs, so e fift, your uns or whatever it was so.I wasn't the cleanest victory from them,...

...but they bowled indew out for wars atthirty nine, so m, pretty hard, thirty tix! Thirty six! There you go so prettyhard to criticize that absolute clinic from Josh Hays, Wooen Pack, Cummons andthe likes, but if Cole goes home now to see the birth of his first child insteps, Fohana is skippar. So it going to be interesting to see how the restof the series goes. We might do a few predictions or whatever chat about itafter we do this, but I've talked to brush forot sold twominutes here, but we are going to be picking out all time, Australia versusIndia Eleven. So I don't know when these teams first played was in the sof the ES late S. I think India came in in like one thousand nine hundred andtwenty eight or something like that. I can't remember yeah. I would have beenaround that yes O, I god that them in the West, inlies ithing came in insimilar time, maybe the western ews just before, butthe two countries with rich history in the game. Probably next to England,they're, probably three of the biggest sides in terms of history but yeah India they've gone through alot of ups and downs, Australia, same gos and it's been a great rivalry,especially over the last twenty years. So we're going to be going through thehistory of the series and we're going to pick out best eleven of all time, so we're goingto go one through eleven and we're going to chat about each position. Why?We selected them there. I'm sure there's going to be several differentfactors taken into account's, going to be interesting to see how the sideturns out, because it is it's going to be a pretty boody good side, becauseYouve got to be a fairly good player spin and in subcontinental positions,but then you've also going to be able to handle the Australian pictures, so Ithink it should be. We should see two really good teams here but IRECAN. Youstart us off mate. Your opening batsman in your Australia versus India, alltime exide just to point out before wou start. This ispicked offt matches played between...

Australian injur. It's not the bestteam of the two countries combined. Yes, thought O to point that out, but Yethwhohave you got opening the banning mat jump, both mat or yeah Yeme, with bothan maybe Ojustification, is why you've got them in your side. FIRST TAP WE'VEGOT Matthew Haiden. I feel this was a pretty obviousselection upon viewing the statics eighten hundred and inghty. Eight runsat a huge average of fifty nine in tessiens India, with six hundreds aswell. So, for me he was the clear standout as one of the openers and next to him. This may be a bit.Controversial were actually gone with David Boon, who o twelve hundred runsand average seventeen against India didn't open in all those tests, but Hodid for most of them and hes still averanched sixty six as an opener,which was still miles higher than anybody else. So I've stuck him inthere to O yeah os I've actually left Booni out. But I have to say I wasdefinitely going to shout him out because he, as Yaul mentioned thehighest average of the opener's highest average of the number threes as well aD hes puit time across teletion yeah. Its bizarre. I don't know if, like nooffense David Boon, but I don't know if India went through a bit of a weekphase in the s when Benie was playing in the early s or if ho just lovesomething about their bowling attack, but yeah absolutely donated them. Didn'tthe average over seventy, as you mentioned, but I haven't picked himbecause he did split time between opening and number threes and when Iwas you know, doing my search specifications. I think that kind ofdogged him a little bit because he didn't have too much volume in eitherposition but definitely worthy of his Shatou and to be fair, probablydeserves selection, so yeah brounieis good good one HAYDASYEA. I have him inthere. I was just looking through some of the usy specific scores and therewas a series in India in two thousand and one. Obviously we were one yearsold, so I actually hadn't even turned...

...one. Yet I think you'd just Terne onebut theyhad scored. He had a score of two hundred and three then earlier inthat Serie. That was his high scor against India and then earlier in thesame series, you had o score of a hundred and twenty and ninety seven. Soin it's three match series he's absolutely dicted and one thing I likedabout Hados. Although his average is a lot high in the games played inAustralia, he also average over fifty in India. So I was watching some videosand he had a really good sweep shot, which I actually didn't really know. Hehadn't his locker and when he needed to Yo was also pretty good at coming downthe wicked, with his big strides so yeah and then obviously in Australia.We all know what he did: Theyre just absolutely dictedhim, so yeah hatos isgot a lock and, as I mentioned, I haven't gone with Boony I've gone withprobably another controversial Guid, just in general, but Sunnyol Gavascar was basically the store of the top openup for India. In the late s early s in this series, O scored betweenAstroan India over a few different additions of the series he scored overfifteen hundred runs eight hundred fours high score of a hundred andseventy two average just over tick above fifty in both India and Australia,which was something I took into account because I, like Bunie, averaged a lotin both countries as well. But for all my selections, I tried to pick peoplewho were good in both countries because they are very different conditions, edthat really slow, and that was his main criticism as a cricketer in general. Hewould often have strike rates in the S and I think one of his scores is scoredlike a hundred and forty or five hundred bulls and like tbut. The gamewas different back then, and I don't think India with that good at that time.So I think he was kind of could afford to do it because they just needed oBaut time to be in games but yeah. I was watching some videos and he wouldbouten a floppy and he was really small,...

...but he would just deflect the ball allover the field. Wasn't a big hitus. So I think you'll complement Hatoff,pretty well in my side, but yeah I've gone with Sannyo Gavascar, probablyIndias. Well, next to ten Doror one of their best barts of all time, so yeahYep I've Gone Hem, but yeah, big Shatou for Boni and as you obviously youpicked him. Obviously. So I think he was definitely worthy of a Shehad at mynumber three I'll pick US START USSELF with out number three. I've actuallygone with the current player here a I was very close to picking Boony,but I went with someone. I'm love my statistics, but I decided to go withone off based off a bit of the itest, a bit subjective, Tu, techwap Bijara isthe man. I've picked here, he's obviously still playing. You will beplaying in the next test in Melbourne at number three, his almost the newsecond coming of rihel driver. The way he bouts very, very slow, very solid,and I can't lie he. I think he's unfairly copped a lot of criticismbecause I don't think he actually bouts that slow. When we're talking aboutblogs like Gavascar who legitjust blatantly bat for their average but yeah, I think he' shuls a brilliant,but I think more people need to bat like him nowadays, there's so many testmatches that only last three or four days and then there's people turningaround bag. Yea pajarand is kind of like well he's, obviously doing whatpeople should be doing a bit. More of I do understand it's not as exciting toview but against Australia is scored. Fourteen hundred and seventy eight runsin twenty five innings five hundreds fives high score of over two hundred inthe last ten years. He has second most runs in this testseries and he's only ninety three behind Koli and he's played seven lessinnings than Virat and you'd think with Colli out the rest of this series thathe'll be catching him. You think you would make over ninety three runs inthe next treetest or whatever it is so and yeah. Just a subjective point isprobably the best overseas Batsman, I...

...think, of Seeng play in Australia. Theway he's adjusted to Australian conditions, it's very hard forsubcontinental players and he seems to have done it with ease Kolieis, theonly person with more hundreds than him in the last ten years in Australia, sofor overseas player, and yet big fan of Pajara average is high in bothcountries. So Yep here's my rocket number three WHO's. Your number threemay yeah. I was also very impressed with pejaro stats in this series, butI've gone with Ricki ponting yea, an Y. I knew you're going Togo, the bigfellow Maght. It's tough, not to go with him toyeah. It is tough. Twentyfive hundred runs average of fifty four point: Four eight centuries yeah. It was tough to look past him prettymuch he's one of the ALD time. GRATES and Tel also be my skipper for this R.for this episode, Yeah Yeah, no very fair point. He waskind of well Indias had a few good teamsthroughout the decade, but I'd say he was involved in the first generation ofa seriously competitive Indian team. This series was really born in that. Ithink it was two thousand and eight, maybe two thousand and seven or eightnot sure in the years, but on the whole banana monkey gatting. That kind ofsparked the ravalry a little bit, I think and indio becoming morecompetitive, especially in Australia and ponting, was at the forefront ofthat and Yeth definitely iconic in this series, absolutely dipp them and yeah,basically dict every country. So it's pretty hard to have an a exile likethis when you're talking about Austral and leaving out pontings but yeah, very fair choice there they and one ofthe greatest skippers of all time but yeah I've Gone Pajara other guys,I'v mentioned Laxman, vbs heas, also pretty good. Here. I think I actuallysaw him score a hundred live in Sydney, I'm not a hundred percent short in thatseries. I'm pretty sure that I just...

...mentioned. I went to a game and I'mpretty sure you might have tuned up that game, but I not a hundredpercentsure. I was only like six, so yeah I've Gone Pajoa, you've goneponting now to the middle automate. Who Have you got batting it number fourbadding number four: I've got Satin Tendoka threesand, three thousand sixhundred rums average of fifty five eleven centuries hes got bufar the mostvolume at an average of fifty five, so y, you absolutely having a laugh ifyou're leaving him out of the team and yeah I'll put him at number. Four, not not five yeah, but yeah, as youmentioned, pretty similar to ponting just has even more volume. So it'spretty hard to ignore him played in this series for over twenty two years,so he basically he's not the sole reason, but one of the main reasons whythis series has become one of the most hotly contested in internacementcricket. Now he was part of that superb middalorda him drater Laxman, a Australia struggled even in Australiato get those guys out, yeah and yet absolutely killed them. Probably whatlyscored more runs than anyone else in this series over nearly a hundred yearsof history. So that's pretty incredible and yeth average similar innustrainIndia, which is very hard to come by in modern crickets. So, yes really hard to leave out hes my nuberfor as well good pick their Sui Chin. TENDORKAnumber five I've I've gone. I don't know if this is controversial. I thinkthis was probably the hardest spot in the team, especially in the banningturms. I think the bowls was tough as well, but this was a tough one. For me.I've gone with Clarky, though, played in this series between twothousand and four and two thousand and fourteen he scored over twohusand runsfrom thirty. Nine innings is an average of fifty five point. Three seven verydominant and I do have to admit most...

...his runs- came in Australia with thatfamous summer, where he, which included that three hundred and twenty nine notout where you just basically couldn't get out, and it was arguably the mostdominant summer- Andy criketers ever had. He was just absolutely making runsfor fun there. However, he did average over forty average. Forty two point twosix in India, which is lower than what you would want in an all time exile,but compare for me the main competitive for this spot with stepen Smith and heaverage thirty six in India. So that's what made me pick Clarky just overSmith, but yeah. It was very tough and also sheod out to this guy called Gendupaf. This one off wo. Also I've never heard of the bloke. Then you played inthe SS also had great starts, but Um Yeah, who have you, got a number fiveyep. As you just mentioned, his record was very one sided in Australia. I'vegone with Steve Smith, he's averaged pretty much eigty with fourteen hundredruns an yeah centuries. Clarkhy was, I was close to putting in Clarky, but it was tough meto leave Smith out, eventhough I'm not a big fan of him in real life, but fort s ev the place yeah Iwas like. I had a bit of a statistical formula going to judge average andvolumes. I always do in Smith, did rank above Clark with that, but yeah, justbecause of the Amergunity of bit realistically theres ont like sixdifference and neither is ideal, so it will actually be interesting to see howSmith Goes. Ind ther next TOR, O Vendia, because, like yeah, you think he's not going to finish hiscareer with an Avrage of thirty six in India. But you know it's veryhardplaced about, but two great players of spin also bol bit of part times beenboth of them. I think Clarky placky took like six for against Ingo one dayon day five Baldastrada victory very famous bowling, innings o I might havetaken jus five o Knou Itas. Something ridiculous though I should rememberbecause that's actually a pretty iconic...

...moment, iustrailing cricket love Clarky,is a bola. An Yeah mity came into the side of the Leggy, so both offer a bitof bit of parttime relief. Let's say on the Indian decks and maybe inAustraliaas well, but yeah, two absolute superstars with about bothprobably first elections, I'd, say and then I don't know how you've doneit, but I've gone with mys trusty structure, but all rounder at number.Six, I can't lie there, wasn't really any screaming off the paper Abbe. Idon't think there was too many all round sort of dominated this seriesovertime, but I went with Bob Simpson played in the s and s retired and thencame back in the late S. bold legs been bouted all over the order actuallyopened quite a bit. He was almost in consideration for my opening spot, buthe also bottled a little bit at five and six. So that's that's made ineligible for this spot.In my opinion, I te average over fifty with the bat against India, just underfifty in India and just over fifty in Australia, so both very, veryrespectable stuff. There bowling average of under thirty with twentythree wickeds and eleven matches he didn't bowl that much. But when we've got the Bolls, we've got tocome, I'm happy to have someone who's more of a batning Al Round, her numbersix and he averaged under thirty with the ball in both countries, which wasactually pretty impressive as Spinis ten to struggle in Australia. So I'vegone with Bobs Simpson for a little bit of Legs Pin Action. But realistically,if I take Prime Clerky, he could have been my bowling. My fifth bowlingoption, but I' wanted to go genuine one. In there havee you ontough selection structuremain. Have you got an orrander at six or woul? You Pick Otn. No, I have gomewith a nor rounde. I was actually isaid. I was going to put Clark Five. I wasactually going to put him at six and just have him Bolsein part timers, butI have gone with a proper Araunder, a bowling around er, but caupal Dev, only average twenty six with the bat inAustralia, but you just had that match...

...winning xfact ar sort of like a BenStokes, but probably not quite as good at badding. That can you know win whenyou matches off his own back and obviously it was pretty much a goodenough paste bowler to make the team for that alone. So I've stuck him inthere at number, six, the top fibes already good enough. So I don't think it really matters that hewasn't as good a batsman as like clerky and stuff yeah, but Yeah Ad Wickits, attwenty five, with the nut as well so yeah yeah. I've actually got him in myteam. As a Bolla E I was I was Gonta se him yeah. I considered thim at numbersix. I was Goinna pick him a number six and pick two spinners, but I thoughtI'll go the all round or is Thi spinner, but yeah, very, very fairt selection.I'll talk about him I'll, add more onto what you just mention and we'll talkabout the bolls but yeah very fash out absolute legend of the game. Wicketkeeperd, you have a wickek keeper at number, seven, but te. I was verysurprised to see. Gilly's banning record was absolutely yeah. tockingagain, I think average, twenty five or something yeah, I weird, but I've.Actually I've gone controversial. Again. I've gone with Siad, I think that's sosa Comani with the CBU him Andonia, genuinely known as thebest to keepers in Indias history and Ho actually average thirty, six withthe bat against Australia, which is a lot better than his actual careeraverage. So I've stuck him in over Dony, which is probably controversial, but alittlae bit of Spice Yeah I'll, be honest. I've actually never heard ofhim, but he did definitely warr'nt consideration. For me, a lot of theIndian keepers were quite good overall, but then, if you look at the breakdownbetween their OLS and Indiar difference, it's quite substantial. But I've had toignore that here and I've actually picked Ms Dony, and he will also be mycaptain. Heis captains, the most games in the border, Gati good, trophy seriesthat so just for some context. I think...

...they only started calling at theboarder Gavis go trophy in the early Y, so that doesn't include everyone. Butin that time you had a win percentage of sixty one point: five three is skipUSO. That's why I picked him his captain. He played in this seriesbetween two thousand and seven and twohousand, and fourteen obviously isthe keeper keep aboutsmen. Nine hundred and ninety runs from thirty threeinnings averaging just over thirty five. He has a really bad average inAustralia, it's like nineteen or something, but an average of fiftyseven in India, atsilly also it hasbeen really healthy. Dismissal purtinings, Ithink, is the fifth best has the fifth highest dismissal purtnings on average.Out of all the keepers, whove played at least five matches so always pretty hard to statisticallytell of someone's a good keeper, but I think that might be a decent way to tell, but yeah Keepi wasprobably one of the weakest bots in the side. I have to say that wasn't reallyanyone who was dominant- but I guess both those players, as you mentioned-were Indiang keeping grate Tim Payn, though, if he has a good summer here,he actually could step into this spot because he has a very good batdingaverage against India. I think it's the second highest of all the keepers, so yeah we'll see we'll see how the restof his summer goes and if he plays in you in any future series, have you gonewith two spinners here or just the one yep. So we talked about that dilemma.I've done coupl, Devit, six and then I've gone with two spinners so andu'Mber adoff picked Arjan Dasa, who couldn't believe his bowling averagenineteen point three against Australia, fifty six wickets and a handy batsmanand fieder as well. So pil is a decent shout hat number eight, I'm not I'm notsure about having depends where you're playing the Games. Obviously, forwhether you have toyeah a is yeah hat yeah, that's ow! I sying it's prettyhard because, like obviously, if You'e in India, you definitely need twospinners. I was going to picture DASA,...

...but I was worried. I was slipping intoa bit of an Engloon trap where, like five to twelve, can all Battan bowl alittle bit, so I've kind of gone like I've stuck withjust pure spinners and pure bouts, am but Jadasa he's a great utility to haveperfect number eight. He was mice. Ho was my second option as a spiner, sohe'll be the one getting dropped. If is hebanning about the keeper or youkeeping Im ta that I'm keeping him Atah yeah. It's a very good number. Eight then, is aboutsman, sovery, very good, footy youwant to say second spinnere same so, I've gone withthe king and Il Combay hundred an eleven wickets average of thirty. Wenow he was just an absolute machine. Bold, seventy five over spells just didnot stop, but yeah he's a legend of the game and he's taken the most wicked inthe history of the of the border, Gavasca trophy yeah, and he actually like. I was looking atthe SPINAS. They all struggle in Australia today, US like the only onewith a decent average or like a really good average, but he hasn't bowled toomuch in Australia, so comlay. I think he averaged just under forty, maybethirty, seven or something but yeah, just the pure volume and his dominancein India. It was hard to not pick in one of the goat spinners in generalterms and yeah e didn't turn it that much, but he was just so consistent andreally smart. The Way Yo went about it so hard not to pick him yeah tvery once again, similar to whatyou said about Gil Krest, Warny, obviously very famously struggledagainst India and in India in particular, so he was left out, whichis very rare. I don't know if there would be any other series in a teamlike this, where he would be left out it pretty much destroyed every othercountry played but really struggled against India. I think he was like lastout in bowling average out of the people who took more than forty wicketsor something so is average is like...

...forty seven or something yeah. So veryinteresting things you find out when you narrow it down to just theirperformance against one opposition, but yeah I've got comblas my spinner. Hewas actually not the worst batsman. I don't know if I'l have a EIGT thouhyeah, I won't Haveen Eight, because I've got couple devis a pasteball, soyou cound, probably Spodin a number nine. Then your quicks also, I would have hadYodasha if I was, if I'm going to India, I'm picking jodasia and probably justpicking Abautman at six but yeah ye yeah todays as incredible record inIndia. Your paste bowl s made, though, who you looking at here yeah. So glemcgrar was obvious for me. Fifty onebickets average of eighteen so he's gone in and then I've also gone with. There are a few options here. This bokonly played ten games because it was in the S and s but Raylim Wall played tengames took thirty six poles at an average of twenty had one of the bestaverages going around in this particular series. So I've selected himJ, mckenzi, quite stio, yeah yeah. I've actually picked that man, you mentionedJI, MYC Censy, but firstly, 've got capal. Deve he'll, be my number eight,pretty handy with the stick for a number, eight yeah, just a very solidbowler, as you mentioned, similar to a stoakes. The statistics. Don't quite dohim justice. I don't think I obviously didn't really watch him play, but fromall accounts a d. It was really pivotal to the Indian side in the s with bothbat andball in both tests and one days, the averaged twenty five point: Three:five taken: Seventy nine wickets Versu, Australia, seven five wicket halls inthirty eight innings, so he basically averaged one every five innings, whichis pretty incredible to think and similar average in both AustralianAustralia and India, which I was quite impressed with so he's my number eight.Then I've got complate nine and then my number ten don't know if he can bap buthe's surely better about some than...

...mcgrar Garth McKenzie, never heard ofthis blook in my life, but he had very impressive stats against India. I meanplayed in the S, didn't play too much in Australiaagainst India, but in Inda took thirty four wickets at an average of nineteenpoint, two six as an Azi quick to take that manywickeds at that average. It's pretty incredible and played against played inthree different series against this Indian team. In the so I thought he wasworth a selection and that, as you mentioned, glemmargraps that's too hardto ignore. I think he would be in pretty much all elevens that Australiaplay against wautes an absolute consistent machine when it comes towicket, taking and keeping the score low. So yeah got to have him in thereour number eleven and Yeth. That's, I don't think we've done too bad there. Ithink we've got two good sides, not too much chin terms of differences, butthere are a couple FIS that we went one way or the other who you most surprisedat with their starts against India, whether they're good or bad. DefinitelyDavid Burn could not believe he had an naverage of seventy and over a thousandruns as well. So it wasn't just like a couple of good Games yeah that was actually prettyincredible yeah I was we talked about a bit, but o yeah is definitely shockedby Gilly and Warney, like I knew Mo Jialy as well. Yea I knew wany didn'thave great starts in India, but I wasn't expecting an average of fortyseven and I wasn't expecting someone like Comblat to shit on him,statistically so yeah. That was pretty impressive, but yeah there's definitelya few interesting, interesting selections in them. Merely VJ wasanother. One. Whe actually had a very good average against Australia whichshocks me because I don't think very highly if hin, when I think of hiscareer but yeah, definitely looking forward to the rest of the series tes afew blokes in our team still playing and there might be a few enter the teambased off the next few series, but...

...moving forward mate we've got theboxing day. Test coming up news test might not be news test with the COVIDsituation in Sydney. Do you have any insight? Do you reckon Australia willwhitewash the series, or do you think India, even without Calli, could bounceback and steal a game or two yeah now without coli, giving them no chance atall yeah? I can't lie every time India comeout. It almost seems to be the same situation. Yes, they did win the lastseries. I think Bat Thi was obviously when water and Smith were suspended andyeah. I just don't think they can handle Hazewood and Comons and starkwhen he gets going it's one of the best, if not the best pace attack at themoment in the world, and yes, it does help with he pink ball in a daynighttest, but I think, even on a what will probably be a flat MCG wicked. I thinkthe Indians will struggle and I'm not sure, what's happening with Shammy, butif he misses out, then all of a sudden they're bowling attackers without twoof their best with Ishan charmer not coming over so yeah. I hate to say it,but I think it's Gurtains Vendia they might get a draw out of one of theGames. So I maybe predict a treneal school line, but yeah not not lookinggreat, is it which sucks, because it was looking like being one of the besttestseries in a while in terms of competitiveness, but now he all eyesalready go to the ashes and it's still twelve months away, but yea. That'skind of how Australian ciket rolls these days, because it is that boringand I don't be a whitewash as well. Yeah, probably standard just come thereit'll be the exact same INS. This series they'll get Bild, they'll belike Oh, this is one of the best Ingland test teams and ages and allthat stuff and Aeni every time yeah every time an o just yeah Jimmy Ansonwill rock up day. One ball swings, no, absolutely no swing IUS get digged, butoh well, hope. Maybe Joren Markwood will be gone by thenbe bowling. One Nfifty in it might be a different story,...

...but yeah won't get my heart H, hopestoo high, but yeah. Sorry, Indian fans out there. If you're listening,appreciate you get into this point, but I don't have highest hopes for yourside. Looking forward to Pajar and Rahane making some runs, hopefully Ilike watching those two bat so and if pretty shore could get going, I thinkthat could be very entertainging. I think he could win a few fans over ashe does like to go it two hundred strike rate, but he had a Anogtmar o aof a test yeah. He apparently ponting just pointed out what was wrong withhis technique and then like next bally got out yeah it was o realy is as sillyyeah he's Gat between Batpad, but yeah he's probably going to get his feetmoving a little bit but see the Catchi dropped us op. No, I thi absolute soda,Righ Yeah Yeah. It's not looking ar right from he's. Probably gonna have tolift if he wants to stay in that side, but yeh marry Christmas mate three daysto go, Ti the big dat between now and then we'll probably be recording onemore potty and then before we know, itill be o thousand an twenty one. Butthanks is always for joining me a bit of a shorter one today, but wanted tojump on this test series, as it is an enjoyable thing to talk about, and Ithought this would be a fun way to chat about the history of the IUSTRALIANInthia test rivalry. And yet I hope you enjoyed your research mate and I hopyou enjoy picking your side and I'm sure we'll do more cricket episodes inthe future, because we are both cricket nuffis but yeah Mary Christmas, Toall,listening, happy holidays and WLL see you next time.

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