MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

Posted on 04 October 2011

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MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

Preamble England 7-0 India. A couple of months ago, such a scoreline seemed about as likely as London riots, Gary Barlow becoming an inexplicable hardass and a television advert for eharmony becoming perhaps the most annoying thing in the whole wide world, but that’s the way things are: four wins in the Tests, one in the Twenty20 and two in the ODIs have left England in a position which is, paradoxically, both unfathomable and entirely logical.

If England win today they will wrap up the series. From here you would expect them to win the series 4-0, just as they did in the Tests. If they do they will jump above India to go third in the ODI rankings, and India will become the first team since 1996 to go through a tour of England without winning an international match. The tourists then? India. But that was the 20th century, when India went on tour with little more than a passport and a subservient smile.

England have won the toss and will bowl first Lord’s. September. 10.15am start. Grassy pitch. Bowling first was a no-brainer. India are unchanged; England, a little surprisingly, have brought in Steve Finn for Jade Dernbach. Mind you Finn bowled beautifully in the one-dayer against Ireland, and he knows this ground.

England Cook (c), Kieswetter (wk), Trott, Bell, Bopara, Stokes, Bresnan, Broad, Swann, Anderson, Finn.

India Rahane, Patel, Dravid, Kohli, Raina, Dhoni (c/wk), Jadeja, Ashwin, P Kumar, Patel, RP Singh.

The consensus on Sky is that this is a seriously good toss to win. There’s a full covering of live, green grass, and England should enjoy the first hour or two. As Nasser Hussain says on Sky, it’s a Dravid day.

1st over: India 6-0 (Patel 2, Rahane 1) A scruffy first over from Jimmy Anderson includes a couple of wides and a withering pull over midwicket from Parthiv Patel. Stokes did very well to save the boundary. “Morning Smyth, morning everybody,” says Josh Robinson. “So after getting the last train to Notlondon last night, you’re now back at this sprightly hour of a Sunday morning. Was it even worth going home? Or are you, contrary to expectations, in the office today feeling refreshed and full of the joys of life?” I’ll give you one guesses. By the time Murray finished it was pretty much time to get up again. I did at least manage to steal a lovely hour’s kip on the train this morning. Normally I’m loath to snooze on the train as I’m pretty sure I snore, drool and talk about sex in my sleep, but needs must and the hell with dignity.

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills
MS Dhoni Watches Force Movie At Four Frames Stills

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