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    Bradmanesque Stats

    I dont know what this means but these stats are crazy.

    In their last 10 test wins-
    Inzamam Averages- 104.63
    Dravid Averages- 104.08

    In their last 20 test wins-
    Kallis Averages- 92.14
    Dravid Average- 90.66
    Inzamam Averages- 89.75

    When these guys are good they are great and win games for the team.
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    Which is another way of saying they don't do enough to save there team from certain defeat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by open365
    Which is another way of saying they don't do enough to save there team from certain defeat?
    A bit harsh, dont you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by open365
    Which is another way of saying they don't do enough to save there team from certain defeat?
    Isn't "saving their team from certain defeat" a contradiction in terms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy
    A bit harsh, dont you think?
    Yes. Yes i do.

    Inzamam is one of my favourite players, but i think people should see the flip side of statistics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by open365
    Yes. Yes i do.

    Inzamam is one of my favourite players, but i think people should see the flip side of statistics.
    I think the flip side is that they can't win ALL matches for their teams. Someone else must pull their weights from time to time. It doesn't detract from the point that when they're good, their teams almost always win. Inzi has carried Pakistan on his back on more occasions than I remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goughy
    I dont know what this means but these stats are crazy.

    In their last 10 test wins-
    Inzamam Averages- 104.63
    Dravid Averages- 104.08

    In their last 20 test wins-
    Kallis Averages- 92.14
    Dravid Average- 90.66
    Inzamam Averages- 89.75

    When these guys are good they are great and win games for the team.
    Kallis last 20 tests: 62.96
    Dravid last 20 tests: 59.7
    Inzamam last 20 tests: 60.1

    that says that these guys play a major part when their teams win. when they dont play such a major part the team doesn't go quite so well
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    Bradman in innings wins: 166.91
    Bradman in wins: 130.08
    Bradman in draws: 111.90
    Bradman in losses: 43.27
    Bradman in innings losses: 32.75

    Conclusion: when he doesn't play such a major part the team doesn't go quite so well.. right, Garvs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master
    Kallis last 20 tests: 62.96
    Dravid last 20 tests: 59.7
    Inzamam last 20 tests: 60.1

    that says that these guys play a major part when their teams win. when they dont play such a major part the team doesn't go quite so well
    Whoa, we do live in crazy times!
    Never did I think I would see the day when averages of 60 and above are used to highlight weaknesses in players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    Bradman in innings wins: 166.91
    Bradman in wins: 130.08
    Bradman in draws: 111.90
    Bradman in losses: 43.27
    Bradman in innings losses: 32.75

    Conclusion: when he doesn't play such a major part the team doesn't go quite so well.. right, Garvs?
    That is one for the SJS stats factory. IT obviously proves that Bradman is a CHOKER.
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    An average of 43 in losses is still pretty damn good. It would probably be the best ever, though Lara might give it a push.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    An average of 43 in losses is still pretty damn good. It would probably be the best ever, though Lara might give it a push.
    So obviously Lara > Bradman. Like I said, the SJS stats factory should remember these things.

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    Andy Flower i think has the best.

    EDIT:
    1. Bradman 43.27
    2. Flower 43.07
    3. Lara 42.05

    Probably someone else who is there and there abouts.
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