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Daws must be one of the unluckiest Cricketers around, gets regularly pissed about by England and when he finally plays he suffers a freak injury.
The Hants freak injury curse strikes again and one of our main men too. Hope Daws is ok but it looks quite serious.
That's a shame but he has done his job almost perfectly today, let's hope that he gets confidence from it as we need consistant runs from the openers.
They both look like they are playing a few shots now.
Did the word come to push on during the sanitizer break?, 3 boundaries since then.
Finally he does what is required of an opener, hope he goes on for a ton now.
Good battling session for Hants, I really hope they don't spoil the hard work and lose cheap wickets when they restart.
Hope Weatherley goes on and punishes them for it, surely batting will be easier after lunch.
England are getting good at these against the odds comeback run chases. It makes for exciting viewing
Fantastic from Buttler and Woakes, I never gave us a prayer after Stokes went.
And they would be motivated to kick lumps out of them when they are being shown up all match.
Can't see them being happy to see their young potentially expensive future starlets going up against a load of part-time postman cloggers.
Can't see Woakes being dropped after these heroics.
What are you talking about then, Conference level? It would only be a matter of time before the top club's B teams enter the football league.
I'm awaiting Lapras' response to Magic's controversial suggestions.....:emoticon-0110-tongu
Yes, we should've really held them to about 200 but poor fielding cost us. Now this is a crucial little session and we can't afford to lose...
Stevenson's deserved those tail end wickets been impressed with him.
Exactly, the chances are there will be a few unplayable balls from Pakistan and attacking them might throw them off of their lines and lengths and...
Get in Daws, need to mop up the tail quickly after tea.
Buttler and Woakes has upped the scoring rate, might as we go for it now.