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    What will Hussey's test average be at the end of his career?

    I'll say 52.17.

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    Assuming he gets out first ball after tea, makes ten consecutive ducks then gets dropped...27.21. Alternatively he could go on to score 401* tomorrow then retire in a blaze of glory, in which case he'll finish with an average of 248.33.

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    768.38, at a stab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deja moo
    Michael Clarkish.
    mmmnah, well i hope not.

    put it this way, he's more experienced than clarke.... and he's clearly the 'better batsman', whos probably more 'tame' (although.. he has gotten out 3 times in test cricket doing the same shot)

    mmm i say anything above 45.00 to 60?

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    Its very interesting how people can predict the average to two decimal points - so much of confidence every one - with just one possible right answer - whatever it might be.

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    Not really interesting, just some fun.

    I reckon it'll be around 45-47.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    Not really interesting, just some fun.

    I reckon it'll be around 45-47.
    Actually its going to be 47.002785679

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