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    Thursday, June 03, 2004

    I Hope So

    This story from Fox Sports perked me up a bit this morning;

    "CRICKET'S Top End tour could be set for an explosive confrontation, with English match referee Chris Broad set to adjudicate Australia's two-Test series against Sri Lanka.

    Broad made the quantum decision to report Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan for the suspect delivery of his "doosra" – the leg-spinner bowled with an off-spinner's action – during Australia's tour of Sri Lanka in March.

    Muralitharan, upset by comments from Prime Minister John Howard that he was a chucker, has yet to decide whether he will make next month's two-Test tour.

    Broad's appointment can only heighten the reluctance of world cricket's greatest Test wicket-taker to return to his least favourite touring destination
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    We can only hope that Broad doesn't let the intimidatory tactics of the Sri Lankan management get to him;

    "Lankan officials were livid at the slur against their national treasure and sent an angry letter to the ICC claiming Broad had been drinking with the Australian players and may have been influenced by their opinions."

    Cricket's Greatest Pitcher has a record of making promises he doesn't keep;

    "After tests at the University of Perth confirmed he bent his arm to an illegal 14 degrees in bowling the controversial doosra delivery, Muralitharan was ordered by the ICC not to bowl the ball.

    He initially threatened to ignore this advice but then decided to shelve his potent weapon in the second Test against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo earlier this month."


    Let's hope he keeps this promise, thereby admitting that he knows he is cheating. If not let's hope that the ICC continue to support Broad;

    "Broad was originally scheduled to handle Sri Lanka's series against Zimbabwe but the role was handed to South Africa's Mike Procter after the ICC declared it was inappropriate for Broad to assess Muralitharan so soon after reporting him.

    But the game's ruling body has stood firmly behind the decision to retain Broad for the Top End tour."


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