WHEN Labour lost the last election, the general opinion was that whoever won, was on a sticky wicket
I LIKE Brendan Rodgers, but I think he's on a sticky wicket
when it comes to defending Luis Suarez.
And it must have been a bit of a sticky wicket
when baseball passed cricket in popularity here back in the 1800s.
ROB GREEN could be on a sticky wicket
at Upton Park today - with goal-hungry Chelsea threatening to keep the scorers busy all afternoon.
The Congress was on a sticky wicket
here for not heeding to the popular demand for a judicial probe into the Batla House encounter.
He said: "Whoever they go for will be high profile and for me, whoever comes in, you know the wicket is going to be a sticky wicket
if you want every single decision.
Relieved Caig said: "Everyone seems to be on a sticky wicket
Minor Counties Western Division title hopefuls Shropshire came unstuck as they lost a nail-biter to Cornwall on a sticky wicket
at Shifnal, writes Ged Scott.
Tynemouth Cricket Club are no longer on a sticky wicket
and can look forward to the final month of the season with confidence.
As one player solemnly recounts, when he wrote a term paper about his passion for cricket, his teacher had never even heard of the game, let alone the downfalls of a sticky wicket
Privacy is a sticky wicket
, and new laws have made things increasingly complicated.
Storage management is particularly a sticky wicket
Coronation Street stars found themselves on a sticky wicket
when they tried to bowl the maidens over.
A LORRY driver found himself on a sticky wicket
- after a leak from his cargo of glue.
Pace man Gillespie admits he is on a sticky wicket
because of his own form.