Originally Posted by weldone
I mean Bevan was great - but someone might prefer Dhoni @ #6 because he's more aggressive. Both were amazing finishers though, and choosing one among the two (on batting alone) is tough IMO.
Now that I look at, there are not many batsman who average over 50 runs in ODI, let alone have a Strike Rate in the 80s as well.
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1945-1977 ATG Draft: Desmond Haynes - Roy Fredericks - Rohan Kanhai - Neil Harvey - Clive Lloyd - Asif Iqbal - John Waite - Ray Lindwall - Garth McKenzie - John Snow - Derek Underwood
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