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McLaren and Parnell below par

2014-11-25 13:22
Wayne Parnell (Gallo)
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Mclaren & Parnell will cost the Proteas at least 10 runs in any of the overs that they bowl regardless of what score we have on the scoreboard.

Both of them have no natural variation in the pace that they bowl at & their length makes it so much easier for guys like Steve Smith,Faulkner,Bailey & Finch to hit them anywhere.

They can't hurry the batsmen,their short balls never rises enough to at least give the batsman the idea that the ball is coming to him faster than it actually does.

Yes we lost the series 4-1,but we still a quality side with QdK,Amla,de Villiers,Faf,Duminy(injured),Steyn & Abbott & should just be more consistent & get our finishing skills right.

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