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Switch Hit: James Anderson the difference

Jonathan Harris-Bass is joined by Andrew McGlashan, George Dobell and Jarrod Kimber to discuss the first Test, bad hotels, DRS (reluctantly), that Agar kid, Ian Bell's coming of age (again) and James Anderson. (41:16)

July 15, 2013

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Pattinson 51 overs Starc 49 overs Siddle 47.5 overs Watson 19 overs Agar 42 overs

Anderson 55.5 overs Broad 29.5 overs Finn 25 overs Swann 63 overs

whose attack is more tired?

Posted by Rajdeepgupta on (July 16, 2013, 5:17 GMT)

Interactive discussion and very good banters. It would be interesting to see how Poms cope up without Jimmy.

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