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    Murali vs Tendulkar

    IMO murali is the best bowler in our era (maybe of all time) and Sachin is the best batsmen of our time (depends how old you are). But lets say if murali bowled 50 balls at sachin, would he get him out or would sachin hit 50 or more runs. If neither happens then they both are equal in their own respect.

    What i think would happen is Sachin will be out on 49 making murali the winner just
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    murali, sachin wud be out in the 40s tho
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    i guess it depends on the quality of the feilders so lets say the feilders are standard new zealand feilders

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    Lara vs Warne is better on both counts. bowlers always win in the end though, just a matter of how many the batsmen make first
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    i asked the allmighty and he said murali and tendulkar are better

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    Why would he have to score 50 from 50 to win?
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    yea maybe we can change it to 40 which would still require a good strike rate and therefore he would not be able to block all the way throughout

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    i think if tendulkar makes anything between 35-45. it's a draw. If he makes 45+ he wins. If he gets out for less than 35, he loses

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    deeps you got it mate

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    Lol interesting topic.

    I guess quality of fielders would help as well. Umm I'd think Tendulkar would win, but not all the time.

    And I also agree with age master. Lara/Warne are the great spin to batsman battles. But McGrath to Tendulkar are my favourite pace to batsman battles. They were in the past anyway.
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    i don't reckon either of them would win

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