Graveney's England post-1945:
Len Hutton (captain)
Tony Lock (12th Man)
Graveney was unequivocal in his belief that Peter May was the greatest of all post-war England batsman, though it's interesting to note that Ken Barrington couldn't get a gig ahead of Colin Cowdrey, who averaged nearly 15 points less in the same era.
Graveney said his biggest choice here was between Trueman, Statham and Tyson - he considered playing two of them but finally plumped for the pace and penetration of Fiery (despite actually ranking Statham one place higher than Trueman in his list of the top 10 greatest fast bowlers!) to share the new ball with Bedser.
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Originally Posted by grecian
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