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Ashes: England or Australia?

  1. Don Ship profile image79
    Don Shipposted 7 years ago

    Ashes: England or Australia?

  2. larryprice5372 profile image70
    larryprice5372posted 7 years ago

    Maybe the question is above my head.  Please clarify what you are asking a question about.

    Went to your Hub and could not get a clear idea of what you're trying to find out with this question.


    P.S.  Do you expect some North Korean hit, or a nuke?  You're not clear to me.

  3. skisy profile image82
    skisyposted 7 years ago

    I believe the question is as to who will win the Ashes (a cricket competition between England and Australia for those of you who are unfamiliar with it).

    Australia aren't what they were, definitely still capable of winning, and of course they have the support of the home crowd, but I think England this time round!

  4. TheRaptorClaw profile image61
    TheRaptorClawposted 7 years ago

    If your question is what skisy  is suggesting then England. If not then i don't know.

  5. Karonher profile image76
    Karonherposted 7 years ago

    England have their best chance for years. Ponting looks lost.

  6. Don Ship profile image79
    Don Shipposted 7 years ago

    Who will win the Ashes was the question. Sorry, if I wasn't clear!

  7. TomB88 profile image60
    TomB88posted 7 years ago

    I think everyone is behind England to win the Ashes even Aussies past and present don't believe they have a national side capable of winning.
    Australia have been victims of their own success in a way , when there was McGrath and Warne and fabulous batsmen such as Hayden or Steve Waugh you always fancied them but they didn't prepare for their golden generations demise , gradually over the last few years there Great's have retired and there now left with a pool of players not up to the vigour of international cricket.
    England on the other hand look like a team on the up , there's selection policy is clear and concise, their squad is strong and they have confidence.
    England are definitely in pole position now , the only thing that cud hamper them is complacency.