England Spy on Australia

It might not have been a week since the Australia Cricket Team has landed on enemy soil when they were given a reminder of the fact after Gemma Broad, the sister of England cricketer Stuart Broad and the video analyst for the England Cricket Team was found at Grace Road during the practices match of the Aussies against the Leicestershire Foxes.

The new look Australia team has named a squad for the upcoming One Day International series against the arch enemy consisting of players, half of whom have never played on English soil and it is only fair for Gemma to be found taking footage at the ground as Andy Flower is known to be a meticulous person when it comes to preparing dossiers on the opposing team. Of particular importance to the Englishmen will be fast bowler James Pattinson, who is expected to lead the bowling attack for this new look Australia Cricket Team during the One Day International series.

Gemma made no attempts to be subtle in her efforts as she filmed away the entire duration of the match from a position in front of the sight screen from a batsman’s view point. The Aussies beat the lackluster English county cricket team by a massive 102 runs and David Warner, who scored 74 runs off 78 balls stated that it doesn’t bother the team if they are being spied upon as long as they concentrate properly on what they are doing.

Clint McKay was the star performer for the Australia Cricket Team with the ball in hand as he took 4 wickets for 31 runs as the home team was bundled out for a meager 136 runs in 29.4 overs. The best thing for the England team is that all the batsmen of the opposition had some time in the middle.

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