Originally Posted by RazabQ
LBW - I hear yea but for someone who hasn't seen the players first hand or not in a while can you elaborate as it appears you have more recent exposure?
With Kapali I'm guessing it's just the rust of not having faced a express, high-quality attack that will not give you too many 4 balls and fielding that is potentially asphyxiating. Similarly, an aggressive and powerful batting unit will probably treat loopy, slow-through-air leggies as canon-fodder.
But what would the issue for Hom? Bad technique? Lack of a gameplan against better attack? Nerves?
To me it's nothing. It can happen any day to any player against even the poorest bowling attack.
Hom is new. Nothing can be judged by one practice match.