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Thread: Harmison v Akhtar, Trescothick v Sehwag

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    Harmison v Akhtar, Trescothick v Sehwag

    Who do you guys think is the better fast bowler out of Harmison and Akhtar and
    the better opener out of Trescothick and Sehwag ?


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    akhtar just... Purely coz he's been doing it for longer..harmison has had a gd last 2 years, but hasn't done too much against aus

    Sehwag over Trescothick convincingly

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    Shoaib is better than Harmison, at least right now. Harmison is too inconsistent to compare to Shoaib, who, despite his poor attitude, is consistently a dangerous bowler.

    Sehwag is obviously much better than Trescothick.
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    Akhtar > Harmison.
    Sehwag > Tresco.


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    Harmison > Akhtar
    Sehwag easily > Trescothic
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    Harmison

    Sehwag

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    Shoaib Akhtar > Steve Harmison
    Virender Sehwag > Marcus Trescothick
    Last edited by Shoaib; 21-08-2005 at 02:08 AM.

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    I look forward to seeing Shoaib playing proper cricket again - let's hope that his South African holiday has whetted his appetite for the game again.
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    RE: the first one. At the moment, I'd take Harmison, simply because when I weigh up the benefits and the costs of selecting him as opposed to Akthar, the chances of Profit for the whole team - not just the performance of the two players concerned - is higher, IMO, with Harmison.

    The second one, well...

    Trescothick.


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    Harmy and Veeru.
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    Trescothick is the best first slipper in world cricket. Both Harmison and Aktar would want him in the team

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    Quote Originally Posted by greg
    Trescothick is the best first slipper in world cricket. Both Harmison and Aktar would want him in the team
    Eh? Stephen Fleming? Rahul Dravid? Shane Warne? Hell, Andrew Flintoff is a better slip fielder than Marcus Trescothick.

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    Flintoff? Trescothic is definitely the best slipper in the English team

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameeel
    Harmison > Akhtar
    Sehwag easily > Trescothic
    Have to agree with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cameeel
    Flintoff? Trescothic is definitely the best slipper in the English team
    I disagree. Flintoff is one of the best slippers in the world actually, right up there with anyone else you would care to name. Trescothick is more in the Jayawardene/Langer sort of group.

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