Again just to copy-paste my assessment of my side from the original topic.
If the opening pair get us off to a flying start, with the quality of our middle order theres no stopping the side posting a huge total.
Even if the opening pair fail we should still record a competitive total with the dangerous left hand contingent of Flower, Bevan and Thorpe sure to fire in a crisis.
Dangerous bowling attack with the unique Mendis, left arm pace of Allott and aggressive Srinath to lead the way.
Very interchangable batting lineup with Bevan and Razzaq able to enter at important stages to better our side's total.
If Allott and Srinath get taken apart, theres not much to fall back on with the medium-fast of Razzaq and Kallis accurate but not overly threatening.
Astle's a useful sixth bowler but in turning conditions Bevan and Sarwan aren't the greatest back-up options to Mendis.
Thorpe at seven seems too low, as does Bevan, as does Flower - but someone's got to fill the role.
McCullum, Astle and Razzaq are more than useful hitters of the ball but whether the rest of the lineup can slog for quick runs when the situation arises is less certain.
I actually think my side's going to be competitive when we do the simulation and it turned out to be a strong one in the end. My vote, however, goes to Michael's side, with Athlai's a close second.