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    Icon5 Top three bowling attack in the test cricket.

    Which three teams would you say have the best bowling attack in test cricket right now?
    Considering its mainly the bowlers then win test matches for a team, i would like to know which teams are rated highly in that department.

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    In no particular order and at full strength, IMO: Australia, England and South Africa/New Zealand
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    Australia, England, South Africa

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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00
    In no particular order and at full strength, IMO: Australia, England and South Africa/New Zealand
    Definitely not New Zealand. They've really only got Bond. I'd go Australia, England, South Africa. India not far behind, depending on the conditions.
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    surely this depends on alsorts of things like type of pitch etc.
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    Australia, England and then probably South Africa, but I want to see more of Asif and Akhtar bowling in tandem in the future, because with them and Kaneria Pakistan are also a contender.
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    At full strength, Aus, England & Pakistan

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyc
    Definitely not New Zealand. They've really only got Bond. I'd go Australia, England, South Africa. India not far behind, depending on the conditions.
    They've only got Bond, hey Andy?

    Dan's a shocker isn't he? And Mills has been terrible lately hasnt he.

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    1. Australia - best leg spinner of all time (Warne), strong opening pair (Lee, McGrath), experienced, proven attack and lots of quality back up options (MacGill, Gillespie, Clark, Bracken, Cullen)
    2. England - amazing quartet of quicks but lack a quality spin option.
    3. South Africa - wicket takers (Nel, Ntini) and economical (Pollock). Have the best fast bowler in tests at the moment (Ntini). Lack a good spinner. Not many good back up options apart from Steyn.

    This would be followed by Pakistan, India, NZ, SL, WI

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    Yeah, I really rate Pakistan as well. A close fourth for mine.

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    Pakistan could compete with the Aussie and England attack once they have Akhtar and Asif bowling in tandem.

    Really, I can see Asif becoming the next McGrath.

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    England, Australia, Pakistan

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    I think India could have a very good bowling line up in the next few years, if Munaf and Sreesanth develop further

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    Definitely, India could have a strong pace attack for a change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric
    Pakistan could compete with the Aussie and England attack once they have Akhtar and Asif bowling in tandem.

    Really, I can see Asif becoming the next McGrath.

    Pffft, Asif that will happen...

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