think Pollock at 4 and Nourse at 5 would be ideal fitting in the order. Both played majority in 4th position but Nourse was very successful too at no.5 averaging 82 from 5 matches with a double ton. Also considering the kind of batsmen they were, it would best fit if Pollock came at 4 followed by Nourse in this batting order.
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Last edited by AndyZaltzHair; 21-12-2012 at 03:32 AM.