Finals footy brings out the physicality, and at the spacious Jubilee Park on Sunday, Balwyn and Blackburn brought just that; tough, possession footy interspersed with plenty of fire.
Balwyn’s eventual 11.8.74 to 7.10.52 victory was one of true fight, having been completely stunned by the Burners early aggression and bone-crunching tackles. Heath O’Farrell and Jake Hammond hammered home three goals before the Tigers even had a look in, but with it came same heated exchanges and push-and-shove tactics from both sides. Continue reading EFL: Tigers roar into semis after gallant fightback→
It is extremely difficult – yet so easy – to understand why India is not setting the world on fire. England trounced them 3-1 in the test series after losing the second test, making them look third-class.
Let’s have a look at India’s numbers in the past 12 months in regards to international matches (Test, ODI and T20I):
26 ODIS (back to the series against Zimbabwe, July-August 2013)
11 Tests (back to the West Indies series in November 2013)