Saturday, 15 August 2009

Definitely no leaks.

'This selection panel is watertight with its information, and the only leaks yesterday related to the lunch order: cheese sarnies and wedges with salsa dip' - Mike Atherton, today's Times.

'England drop Ravi Bopara and bring in Jonathan Trott. Ian Bell will bat number three' - David Hopps, Guardian

'Jonathan Trott will come in for Ravi Bopara, though not in the number three position, a position to which Ian Bell is likely to revert' - Derek Pringle, Daily Telegraph

'England set to turn to Trott, with Key and Ramprakash missing out' - Stephen Brenkley, Independent 

'This panel does not have a history of radical changes of direction, and the only one expected now is the omission of Ravi Bopara' - er, Mike Atherton, the Times

Nope, doesn't sound like there's been any kind of leak there... 

2 comments:

Rob said...

You are confusing leaks with deliberate spin. Odd that, I don't recall ever seeing Geoff Miller turn one.

Cricket Tragic said...

Trott is going to trott the Oval! :P

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