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    I think stewie law would be a good choice for the world cup,he is still performing and adds experience to the team.Face if england get smashed in the one dayers why the hell not.
    Read won't make it through the vb series the 36 year old nixon will replace him as read will score no runs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Actually I think it's the other 2 selectors pulling rank over Duncan.

    If Jones were in the ODI squad as 2nd keeper, Duncan would pick him.

    Therefore if they refuse to put Jones in there, Duncan can't pick him!
    Logical thinking that Marc, never really thought of it like that.

    I'm beginning to wonder if you know someone on the "inside." You've made a lot of sense with your selectorial "theories" lately.
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    Where is Vikram Solanki?

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    Solanski is in india at the moment playing club cricket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero
    I'm beginning to wonder if you know someone on the "inside." You've made a lot of sense with your selectorial "theories" lately.
    I'm just very cynical - always have been.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris.hinton
    Where is Vikram Solanki?
    A long long away, thankfully.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero
    Logical thinking that Marc, never really thought of it like that.

    I'm beginning to wonder if you know someone on the "inside." You've made a lot of sense with your selectorial "theories" lately.
    tbf i posted pretty much the same thing about a week ago in this thread

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    Frankly, I am not sure if you should put Panesar in ODI team. You don't want to turn him into a defensive bowler.
    He has a lot more potential to be a vital part of a team as an ODI bowler. Even if he becomes or is arguably the best orthodox finger spinner in world cricket he's going to be nothing more than an occasional factor in Test cricket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    tbf i posted pretty much the same thing about a week ago in this thread
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    Stewie law could open for england bat anywhere,and he can bowl medium and bowl offies.
    As i say if england get smashed why the hell not he has played in the world cup before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
    Stewie law could open for england bat anywhere,and he can bowl medium and bowl offies.
    As i say if england get smashed why the hell not he has played in the world cup before.
    We're not that desperate, thanks. He's played for Australia anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    We're not that desperate, thanks. He's played for Australia anyway.
    He is available for selection for England dispite playing for Australia in the past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Bamber View Post
    England squad: J Anderson, A Flintoff,S Mahmood, P Nixon, L Plunkett, M Vaughan.
    What intelligent, well thought out selections. James Anderson, Sajid Mahmood and Liam Plunkett can barely land 2 balls on the same spot yet they are put down in the test and ODI squad as though they've set the world alight in their international careers thus far. Liam Plunkett hasnt played a game since his injury, yet the selectors seem to believe that he'll be ready to maintain his already dismal current ODI record.
    What on earth is the point of having Flintoff in the side when he himself claims that he cant put his ankle down without feeling any pain? One can only assume hes in the side for his batting.
    and Michael Vaughan who is currently setting the world alight in the Academy is set to resume his brilliant ODI career.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    We're not that desperate, thanks.
    In ODI cricket? Is that a serious comment?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Bamber View Post

    Probable line-up:

    1. Andrew Strauss
    2. Ian Bell / Alastair Cook ( More likely Bell)
    3. Michael Vaughan
    4. Kevin Pietersen
    5. Paul Collingwood
    6. Andrew Flintoff
    7/8. Nixon/Read + Dalrymple. If Nixon plays Dalrymple will be at Number 8. If Read then Dalrymple At 7.
    9. Chris Tremlett
    10. Jon Lewis
    11. Monty Panesar / Saj Mahmood (Depends on how the selectors are feeling).
    is cook even in the squad?

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