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Its a heart rate monitor. Tracks distance covered etc aswell.

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I've seen that a few times this season, anyone know what it is? It almost looks like a small box between the players shoulder blades under their shirt

 

GPS tracker and heart rate monitor. Gives all the info on the player.

Distance covered

Sprints made

Time in different heart zones

Everything

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England have beaten the Windies 117-1

 

107-1 actually. ;)

 

Windies didn't set a challenging total so there was never any real pressure. Still good that England did the business. Think it'll be very different against the Aussies though.

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Anyone think we are still lacking in midfield. I think we are still sitting back a bit to much, slow coming out.

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I've seen that a few times this season, anyone know what it is? It almost looks like a small box between the players shoulder blades under their shirt

 

I've always wondered about that. Rugby shirts have them too.

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I've seen that a few times this season, anyone know what it is? It almost looks like a small box between the players shoulder blades under their shirt

 

GPS tracker and heart rate monitor. Gives all the info on the player.

Distance covered

Sprints made

Time in different heart zones

Everything

 

Wow. I always wondered how they were able to tell how far a player had run and how long they spent in different parts of the pitch etc.

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Getting a bit worried. We need another goal as every time they boot it forward it seems to turn into a chance. Our passing has got very sloppy, changes needed before we concede.

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Baker gets pulled down in the box referee ball watching first see it

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I've seen that a few times this season, anyone know what it is? It almost looks like a small box between the players shoulder blades under their shirt

 

GPS tracker and heart rate monitor. Gives all the info on the player.

Distance covered

Sprints made

Time in different heart zones

Everything

 

Wow. I always wondered how they were able to tell how far a player had run and how long they spent in different parts of the pitch etc.

 

Thanks for the info, good idea that provided it's comfortable

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Should have been a penna for sure, Baker had his shirt pulled massively.

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England have beaten the Windies 117-1

 

107-1 actually. ;)

 

Windies didn't set a challenging total so there was never any real pressure. Still good that England did the business. Think it'll be very different against the Aussies though.

 

Yes 107-1 Dan and I were there for the first day, could have taken a ticket for tomorrow but knew it would be over today

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