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Old 4th July 2017, 17:19   #301
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From the ECB site I got these figures (all the Test and ODI players in May 2017)

In one day in the field last year Finn and Woakes ran 33 and 34 miles. Bairstow says he runs 14/15 miles a day in the field. You wouldn't think so because he's a keeper. 17,000 squats in Tests last year.
I think they've made those numbers up.
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Old 4th July 2017, 18:14   #302
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What's a yo-yo test?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOvj8a3Ed60

Seems like the beep test.

It also says that players cover up to 28km in a day which seems more realistic than 34 miles.
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Old 5th July 2017, 01:52   #303
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOvj8a3Ed60

Seems like the beep test.

It also says that players cover up to 28km in a day which seems more realistic than 34 miles.
Sorry it was for the whole Pakistan Test. Bairstow 14/15k a day keeping wicket.
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Old 5th July 2017, 10:10   #304
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Yo Yo test
1 Cook 3120m
2 Bairstow 3000m
3 Root 2760m
Cook is unbeaten at the yoyo test apparently, which I find quite staggering.
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Old 5th July 2017, 11:48   #305
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Cook is unbeaten at the yoyo test apparently, which I find quite staggering.
He may not look much of an athlete at first glance, but have you seen how long he can bat for? In the list of the 10 longest innings for England he's no.1, no. 3, and no. 10:

Cook
Hutton
Cook
Barrington
Radley
Atherton
Hussain
Boycott
Gooch
Cook

Read that list and weep, Flash Harries ...
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Old 5th July 2017, 12:16   #306
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He may not look much of an athlete at first glance, but have you seen how long he can bat for? In the list of the 10 longest innings for England he's no.1, no. 3, and no. 10:

Cook
Hutton
Cook
Barrington
Radley
Atherton
Hussain
Boycott
Gooch
Cook

Read that list and weep, Flash Harries ...
My favourite is 517/1d 625 mins
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Old 5th July 2017, 14:00   #307
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He may not look much of an athlete at first glance, but have you seen how long he can bat for? In the list of the 10 longest innings for England he's no.1, no. 3, and no. 10:

Cook
Hutton
Cook
Barrington
Radley
Atherton
Hussain
Boycott
Gooch
Cook

Read that list and weep, Flash Harries ...
Nobody is disputing his stamina, however I understood speed was also an important factor in this test.
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Old 6th July 2017, 14:04   #308
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Nobody is disputing his stamina, however I understood speed was also an important factor in this test.
http://www.topendsports.com/testing/...termittent.htm

Will you be any the wiser after reading this?
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Old 12th July 2017, 13:01   #309
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http://www.topendsports.com/testing/...termittent.htm

Will you be any the wiser after reading this?
Does that article suggest that Doug Bollinger is as fit as AB De Villiers or did I just imagine it?
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Dropped catches since Collingwood retired 2011
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Drops

31 - Cook
25 - Bairstow
24 - Prior
23 - Bell
21 - Swann, Root
17 - Anderson
12 - Broad
11 - Strauss
8 - Stokes, Stoneman
7 - Bresnan, Vince
6 - Trott, Finn, Buttler
5 - Ballance
4 - Pietersen, Panesar, Ali
3 - Taylor, Rashid
2 - Tremlett, Jordan, Tredwell, Wood, Compton, Hameed, Jennings
1 - Morgan, Elstone, Carberry, Plunkett, Woakes, Lyth, Hales, Duckett, Ansari, Westley

Bowlers who had catches dropped

70 - Broad
57 - Anderson
31 - Swann
20 - Ali
19 - Stokes
17 - Finn
10 - Bresnan
9 - Woakes
6 - Ansari, Root
5 - Tremlett, Panesar
4 - Jordan, Rashid
3 - Plunkett, Patel, Leach
2 - Batty
1 - Bopara, Onions, Pietersen, Tredwell, Wood, Ball

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Fastest runners this year

Bavuma
Kuhn
Maharaj
Blackwood

Can't think of anyone in the England team.
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Fastest runners this year

Bavuma
Kuhn
Maharaj
Blackwood

Can't think of anyone in the England team.
Bairstow?
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Bairstow?
Even without his pads not in the same league as those four. They are super fast. Slowest has to be Stoneman, who is not very good at short leg either.
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What a poor attempt at an easy catch that was by Ali yesterday. According to some rather dodgy stats, that puts him on a par now with Ballance and Vince.
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Been some awful drops in this test.
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Even without his pads not in the same league as those four. They are super fast. Slowest has to be Stoneman, who is not very good at short leg either.
Where are you getting your data from? Bavuma and Blackwood are definitely quick. I'm it sure about the other two.
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Old 29th August 2017, 12:33   #317
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I haven't been watching this morning, but from occasionally glancing at cracinfo at least three chances have already gone down this morning.

Two off Broad, one off Moeen. Cook, Broad and Bairstow the guilty parties.
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Old 29th August 2017, 13:27   #318
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I haven't been watching this morning, but from occasionally glancing at cracinfo at least three chances have already gone down this morning.

Two off Broad, one off Moeen. Cook, Broad and Bairstow the guilty parties.
I think including Broad is harsh as he still got a wicket.
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If that's a reference to the run out arising from his dropped catch then no, he didn't.

Otherwise, it would appear in his wickets column.
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If that's a reference to the run out arising from his dropped catch then no, he didn't.

Otherwise, it would appear in his wickets column.
He caused the run out which is what I meant.
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