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Bowlers have to grin and bear it

20 February 2015
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Ryan Harris gives his verdict on Australia's form and the plight of the bowler in ODIs

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Before tomorrow's crucial World Cup match between Australia and Sri Lanka it’s worth taking a quick look back at the two games our boys have played in the past week and the contrasting way they panned out.

From the perspective of a bowler, I really enjoyed pretty much every aspect of last Saturday’s game in Auckland except for the final result.

Before tomorrow's crucial World Cup match between Australia and Sri Lanka it’s worth taking a quick look back at the two games our boys have played in the past week and the contrasting way they panned out.

From the perspective of a bowler, I really enjoyed pretty much every aspect of last Saturday’s game in Auckland except for the final result.

It was great to see the ball dominate the bat especially on a postage-stamp sized ground that was supposed to load it heavily in the batsmen’s favour, but in the final analysis although the ball swung a bit I don’t think either team will be too impressed with the way they batted.

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Before tomorrow's crucial World Cup match between Australia and Sri Lanka it’s worth taking a quick look back at the two games our boys have played in the past week and the contrasting way they panned out.

From the perspective of a bowler, I really enjoyed pretty much every aspect of last Saturday’s game in Auckland except for the final result.

It was great to see the ball dominate the bat especially on a postage-stamp sized ground that was supposed to load it heavily in the batsmen’s favour, but in the final analysis although the ball swung a bit I don’t think either team will be too impressed with the way they batted.

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