Brett Lee is a World Cup doubt

Brett Lee badly twisted his knee in a warm-up and is unlikely to play any part in the three match series against New Zealand.

'Hurray', some of you say. 'Australia are even weaker'. No, you're wrong. The best part about the World Cup is that all the best players are in the same place at the same time. Brett Lee's one of the world's best players.

Every missing player weakens the competition. We want to see every single side at full strength and in top form. That's never going to happen, but that's got to be the ideal.

Watch him take six wickets against England in the semi final. We've got a lengthy history of going back on things we've said, so we're not bothered.

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Thursday, February 15, 2007


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2 Comments:

Blogger The Atheist said...

I think it's good for world cricket that the hegemonic power is waning.

There should be some sort of ICC hit-squad, ironing out the playing field for the benefit of the crappy nations. Like Canada and England.

2:35 pm  
Anonymous Blue and Brown said...

Canada are all right.

We're going to regret publishing this.

3:21 pm  

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