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    Adam Gilchrist
    Mark Waugh
    Dean Jones
    Ricky Ponting
    Andrew Symonds
    Steve Waugh
    Michael Bevan
    Simon O'Donnell
    Shane Warne
    Dennis Lillee
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    Very interesting. Is Symonds really one of Australia's best ever ODI players? He's got a decent record, but that's a high honour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Adam Gilchrist
    Mark Waugh
    Dean Jones
    Ricky Ponting
    Andrew Symonds
    Steve Waugh
    Michael Bevan
    Simon O'Donnell
    Shane Warne
    Dennis Lillee
    Glenn McGrath
    I'd rather have had a hard hitting Alan Border in there
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    id definatley have Brett Lee in over Simon O'Donell
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    not the first time there have been multiple threads on the same topic

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    The question is: what age to have Steve Waugh? Mid 20's so he can bowl his slower ball, or mid 30's for his captaincy and reliable batting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Adam Gilchrist
    Mark Waugh
    Dean Jones
    Ricky Ponting
    Andrew Symonds
    Steve Waugh
    Michael Bevan
    Simon O'Donnell
    Shane Warne
    Dennis Lillee
    Glenn McGrath

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    Very interesting. Is Symonds really one of Australia's best ever ODI players? He's got a decent record, but that's a high honour.
    this seriously has to be a joke, how the hell can symonds make an all time ODI side, especially considering that he averages 7 against england, 13 against SA, and 30 against NZ.
    and it seems that they never learn that they need to bat bevan up the order.
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    I agree that symonds in there is a JOKE. Hes had TWO good seasons only for crying out loud.

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    Personally I think it's harder to pick all time ODI sides than it is Tests because of the innovations etc that have happened in recent times.
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    definatley, SR waugh was one of the first users of a slower ball, now everyone sas one....

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    I struggle to understand why Symonds is there. It hasn't been a year since he started to find his feet in ODI's even.
    I suppose his fielding helps justify his position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
    this seriously has to be a joke, how the hell can symonds make an all time ODI side, especially considering that he averages 7 against england, 13 against SA, and 30 against NZ.
    and it seems that they never learn that they need to bat bevan up the order.
    WHy he always played his best innings and is more comfortable batting at 6. He has won many games for Australia, and I have seen him bat at four and looked a different player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    WHy he always played his best innings and is more comfortable batting at 6. He has won many games for Australia, and I have seen him bat at four and looked a different player.

    I think they got his spot right.
    hardly IMO bevan particularly in the first inning needs to come in as early as possible so that he can bat through the middle overs and till then end of his inning. and hes averaging nearly 60 @ 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
    hardly IMO bevan particularly in the first inning needs to come in as early as possible so that he can bat through the middle overs and till then end of his inning. and hes averaging nearly 60 @ 4
    crazytown, i agree with you. Bevan should still be in the Aussie team and he should be batting at 4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
    hardly IMO bevan particularly in the first inning needs to come in as early as possible so that he can bat through the middle overs and till then end of his inning. and hes averaging nearly 60 @ 4
    Ok Mr TEC name a better player then Bevan to bat at number 6 and could potentially win more games for Australia batting there, which Bevan did.

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