One little slip, one sweaty palm, one ill-timed flick of the wrist can mean the difference between some harmless chin music
that can back off a hitter, and a whistling pellet that can end a career -- or worse.
23 (ANI): Australian left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has promised to subject England cricket captain Andrew Strauss to some chin music
during the first Test that is to be played at the Gabba here from November 25.
It's always attacking cricket, there's always a bit of chin music
, and that's why we always look forward to playing here.
Kitts on Wednesday without the need for reggae in the background as Tait serves up a bit of chin music
, calypso style.
His publishing house in Seattle, Chin Music
Press, has just published its first book, Kuhaku & Other Accounts from Japan, a collection of essays by Japanese and Western writers that takes the armchair traveler past the temples and tourist sites and into the mind of Japan.
I think 20 years ago there was a lot of chin music
over here but I think their wickets have calmed down a little bit -they realise bowling in good areas is a pretty good way forward as well.
Everyone will get some chin music
while Warner growls at them from a fielding position well within earshot.
Before the series, Kiwi skipper Brendon McCullum had warned the visitors to be ready for chin music
BOYD RANKIN has warned Michael Clarke there will be more chin music
ahead if England unleash him into Ashes combat this winter.
Bairstow's 38 runs in three completed innings against the Windies contained snapshots of his potential - but England cannot afford to wait for him to move his feet in time with the chin music
when Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander are around.
The high-risk body slams known as ``the F-U,'' ``the Clothesline from Hell,'' ``the Angle Slam'' and ``Sweet Chin Music
To counter the chin music
, Rohit and Shikhar brought out horizontal bat shots like the cut and pull, signalling their intent to fight fire with fire, and the sparse crowd was set abuzz.
2 (ANI): Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting has said that he has never shied away from facing up to the chin music
dished out by his fast bowling opponents.
They've been at it from Opening Day, supplying the chin music
that is practically drowning out a sonorous refrain.