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A turn out that in the event of in point was the almost embarrassing scenes at the Amex back in April where many, including some who should know better, just thought the Albion had to promenade up against Bristol City, claim the three points and win the Football League... Yes, Australia have won the first two Tests in Brisbane and Adelaide separately and if they win the third leg of the five-Test series in Perth then they will regain the Ashes. Granted, history favours them, but history is faithfully that. Sooner or later, England’s barren run at the WACA will come to an end. Channel 9, which covers cricket (free to air) has been running trailers all week too revealing me the result of a five-day, high-level sporting contest before it’s even started. Has someone already primed England to wheel over at the last-ever Test match at the legendary WACA. Clearly not, obviously things haven’t entirely gone England’s way both on and off the green, and as previously stated in these jottings, having one of the top-five cricketers in the world absent from the series doesn’t really domestics. But what the Australian media conveniently forget – even though it wasn’t that long ago they were banging on about it –is that this is not the strongest Australian team by any stretch of the inspiration, and England still have a number of... Ever the optimist and really wanting to see world-class back-pedalling/humble pie-eating from the likes of Course 9, I’m willing for England to make the greatest comeback since Lazarus and break the Perth hoodoo with a stunning fulfilment. Returning to the Albion, I stayed up on Saturday night to watch the Huddersfield game. Sadly, neither the result or deportment we all wanted. On the eve of the WACA Test I’m going to watch Spurs versus Albion at Wembley at 4am in a bar (it’s a tough job but someone’s got to do it). Like England, not quite everybody is already writing off Brighton’s chances. I’m actually shying away, for once, from my usual prediction, instead stating whatever the d, and lest we forget we have won at Spurs before, Michael Robinson’s lone strike in October, 1981, the Albion performance will give us cubicle quarters for... Source: www.worthingherald.co.uk
A instance in point was the almost embarrassing scenes at the Amex back in April where many, including some who should know better, just pondering the Albion had to turn up against Bristol City, claim the three points and win the Football League Championship
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