Bailey unlucky, I thought that was going to miss the off stump but that short was daft
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:25:05 PM
WICKET: Hampshire 72/4 (26.1 ov, target: 259) v Warwickshire GJ Bailey lbw b Patel 0 (2) Partnership: 4 (1.2 ov) JS Patel 5.1-3-5-2 JM Vince 4* (9)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/28/2017 12:24:35 PM
@Haystack_Jnr He can catch Keaton again
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:23:37 PM
Mitch will have another chance to prove himself in D1 next year
by Haystack_Jnr9/28/2017 12:22:50 PM
Vince is like a better Joe Root
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:22:37 PM
There's only one potential England opener involved in that wicket, with apologies to Ravi
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:21:55 PM
the Chosen Child has just played a backfoot drive that peak-era Virender Sehwag might describe as a bit ambitious
by Rob Little9/28/2017 12:21:49 PM
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:21:15 PM
WICKET: Durham 48/3 (13.5 ov, target: 370) v Worcs KK Jennings c Mitchell b Ashwin 20 (41) Partnership: 14 (5.4 ov) R Ashwin 3.5-0-16-1 PD Collingwood 0* (0) G Clark 10* (18)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/28/2017 12:20:51 PM
An Englishman, an Aussie and a Kiwi walk in a bar
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:20:37 PM
Bailey is the one, even more so than Vince
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:19:46 PM
He's not the messiah. He's James flippin' Vince.
by PT10799/28/2017 12:19:38 PM
Be interesting to see how the new bat sizes work, the sending off thing is a response to a issue a lower levels, I like the Bouncing bat for run outs as well, the catching off kits makes life easier and DRS is a good change as well
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:19:14 PM
I'm smelling hubris related to Hampshire managing to stay up last year. It smells good.
by Kieran Layer9/28/2017 12:18:56 PM
Vince has already fished at one loosely
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:18:35 PM
I'm sure Jeetan will serve up plenty of half volleys for him.
by StaggerBreaths9/28/2017 12:18:14 PM
All down to Vince now. Wonder how his "back foot game" is suited to this situation.
by Matt Richardson9/28/2017 12:17:42 PM
Our Ashes saviour
by Chris Cayenne9/28/2017 12:17:35 PM
Almost a wonderful jinx.
by StaggerBreaths9/28/2017 12:17:22 PM
WICKET: Hampshire 68/3 (24.5 ov, target: 259) v Warwickshire TP Alsop c Trott b Patel 22 (80) Partnership: 0 (1.2 ov) JS Patel 4.5-2-5-1 JM Vince 0* (3)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/28/2017 12:17:07 PM
Don't worry Hampshrie fans, England's number 3 is here.
by StaggerBreaths9/28/2017 12:16:57 PM
@DuluthK.Archaeopteryx Thank you
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:13:14 PM
I was listening to a piece on TMS on the new rules in a rain break during the West Indies test, they mentioned that the run out change is written in a way that the batsmen has to have forward momentum towards/beyond the stumps for it be given not out if the bat bounces up, hopefully that implies to stumpings as well and we don't see missed stumpings because the batsmen keeps a foot hovering over the crease whilst losing balance
by Joe Tompkins9/28/2017 12:13:09 PM
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:12:57 PM
Usual ICC mixture of common sense and barminess then
by Beth Watson9/28/2017 12:12:36 PM
Anyone got a like to the Warwickshire feed?
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:12:31 PM
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:12:23 PM
WICKET: Hampshire 68/2 (23.3 ov, target: 259) v Warwickshire SM Ervine c †Ambrose b Sidebottom 26 (43) Partnership: 50 (15.5 ov) RN Sidebottom 4.3-2-10-1 TP Alsop 22* (75)
by ESPNcricinfo Live9/28/2017 12:11:26 PM
I'm not sure its the right think, we will lose some clever bits of wicket keeping. Also catches and stumping/run outs can be taken off protective gear now including helmets.
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:10:43 PM
hmmm not sure if I agree with that stumping rule
by Matt Richardson9/28/2017 12:07:56 PM
I'm happy with the new bouncing bat rule, ALTHOUGH not for stumpings
by Duluth K. Archaeopteryx9/28/2017 12:06:53 PM
Think they have done the same thing with stumpings, so if a players foot comes off the ground but its still in the crease its not out. Makes life easier for the third umpire I guess
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:06:31 PM
@nickcricket Don't like that!
by Beth Watson9/28/2017 12:05:26 PM
by Chris Cayenne9/28/2017 12:05:07 PM
They have also changed the rules on Bouncing bats, so if a bat goes over the crease line grounded and comes off again its still counted as in
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:04:11 PM
@md123 Sending players off the field for a 'level 4' offence
by nickcricket9/28/2017 12:02:42 PM
@NickCricket Send offs as in umpire sending players off or send offs as in the abuse given out when teams get a wicket? (or a combination of both!?)
We will see more reviews, the players often seem to indicate to each other that its only cliping and not review but now all of those will be reviewed
by nickcricket9/28/2017 11:58:08 AM
@MattRichardson true, I think that we will see an increase in DRS reviews as a result tho, as anything that looks close either way will be open to review with umpires call offering the fall back of no lost review, time will tell tho
by Joe Williams9/28/2017 11:56:52 AM
@Joe I think it's been done because they accept there is still a small margin for error with the technology. However, I fully agree with offsetting this by getting rid of review refreshes as hopefully this will eliminate frivolous and time wasting reviews the over before a new ball.
by Matt Richardson9/28/2017 11:55:37 AM
ive no issue with a review being lost for umpire's call, it's supposed to fix howlers, not be there as a gamble option for close ones
by Joe Williams9/28/2017 11:53:07 AM
The ICC have changed a few things around so DRS isn't lost on umpires call but they don't reset after 80 overs. Bats sizes are being limited and they have done something with send offs