Posted by sean on September 11, 2005 at 9:55 pm in Cricket with No Comments

I’m back home in Bath now after my weekend in Leeds and am off to work tomorrow. While there, like most of the nation, I will be keeping a close eye on the cricket as England and Australia enter the final day of the final test of the Ashes Series.

England are on the verge of winning The Ashes
Which probably don’t look like this!

I was listening to most of the game on the journey back, exciting stuff especially when the Aussie wickets started to fall. I was also very pleased when the game was called off for poor light shortly after England went in for 2nd innings and annoyingly lost a wicket.

Still, while England may not win this match, with only 1 day left it is looking highly inevitable that it’ll end a draw with England winning the series 2-1 overall and taking back the Ashes from those medalling Aussies!

Slightly worryingly though, in the few months I’ve watched cricket I have learnt you can never rule out the Aussies, especially Shane Warne and if he gets going it could end in tears for us English. Of course that’s not going to happen is it – C’MON ENGLAND!

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