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Sun 11 Aug 2013
00:09:00
Highlights of day three of the fourth test match between England and Australia from Riverside Ground.

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In Neil's last column he mentions a few issues the Proteas currently have in their ODI squad. Which one do you think is the main issue?
The big gap between the quality of the 1st XI v the fringe players
Decision-making by players in heat of moment
Death bowling
Player rotation