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  • Andrew Symonds

    1 1.19%
  • Adam Gilchrist

    22 26.19%
  • Abdur Razzaq

    0 0%
  • Andrew Flintoff

    39 46.43%
  • Shoaib Malik

    3 3.57%
  • Jacques Kallis

    5 5.95%
  • Kumar Sangakkara

    0 0%
  • Sanath Jayasuriya

    0 0%
  • Kamran Akmal

    0 0%
  • Mahinder Singh Dhoni

    1 1.19%
  • Shaun Pollock

    0 0%
  • Shahid Afridi

    5 5.95%
  • Michael Clarke

    0 0%
  • Jacques Rudolph

    1 1.19%
  • Brendon McCullum

    1 1.19%
  • Scott Styris

    0 0%
  • Chris Gayle

    0 0%
  • Geraint Jones

    0 0%
  • Jacob Oram

    0 0%
  • Chris Cairns

    6 7.14%
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    Who is currently the best all-rounder at international level?

    Who is currently the best all rounder at international level(including wicket keepers)?

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    I guess Gilchrist

    non-keeper allrounder : Flintoff
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    Best all-rounder=Adam Gilchrist
    Best non-keeper all-rounder=Shoaib Malik

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    Cairns in ODI's, Flintoff in tests as Cairns does not play tests anymore.


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    If we're allowing keeping all-rounders Sangakarra must push Flintoff close too.

    If we're talking all-rounders if the conventional sense Flintoff is the only game in town just now in tests. Kallis was & Oram probably has the potential to be, but Fred is probably the only player who could be selected solely on either suit. Although, in truth, on current form he's arguably more of a bowling all-rounder despite batting at 6.
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    Including keepers its Gilly quite easily. Next would be Flintoff and then Sangakkara. If we're including ODIs Cairns would obviously be quite high too.
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    Churchy by a mile, then Fred, then no-one.
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    this topic has been done to death, although I will still vote. I think Gilchirst is the best keeping allrounder and Flintoff is the best non-keeping allrounder. I wouldn't vote for Cairns as an ODI all rounder as Flintoff and others are overtaking Cairns especially going on current form where Cairns v Australia was quite disappointing.

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    What is Flintoffs ODI average against Aus though?

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    M Inns NO 50s 100s HS Runs Avg Ca St
    10 8 0 1 0 87 240 30.00 1 0
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    O M R W 4w Best Avg S/R E/R
    94.4 3 425 12 0 3/23 35.42 47.33 4.49

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    What about Cairnsy' against Aus? Those stats dont look too flash.

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    39 35 2 5 0 67 761 23.06 13 0
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    276.2 12 1388 39 2 5/42 35.59 42.51 5.02

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    averages 23.06 with the bat and 35.58 with the ball

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    The difference is the amount of matches against them (obviously).

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    And the sides they both played in,this current England would be stronger than the side that Cairns played in most of his Career

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