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    team of explosive powerful hitters 11

    You can't just pick 11 batsman, the team has to have a semblance of structual sense.

    1. Jayasuria
    2. Sehwag
    3. Gayle
    4. Astle
    5. Mcmillan
    6. Symonds
    7. Dhoni
    8. Gilchrist (WK)
    9. Afridi
    10. Razzaq
    11. Kemp

    All bases covered.

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    All bases covered, except you might be in trouble when you come up against anything stronger than the Galapagos Islands u-9 3rd XI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
    All bases covered, except you might be in trouble when you come up against anything stronger than the Galapagos Islands u-9 3rd XI.
    Their second XI is quite suspect TBH.


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    Yeah, they have good spin bowling, but their seam bowling is missing that player who can reverse swing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
    Yeah, they have good spin bowling, but their seam bowling is missing that player who can reverse swing it.
    And the captain is quite a sissy, vulnerable to bouncers.

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    Yeah I noticed that when they played New South Wales last year, he didn't seem to like Lee bowling those beamers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
    Yeah I noticed that when they played New South Wales last year, he didn't seem to like Lee bowling those beamers.
    Saw him crying to his mommy. His form and whinging reminded me of Graeme Smith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
    Saw him crying to his mommy. His form and whinging reminded me of Graeme Smith.
    I think it must have been Smith, it was a good 15 years ago, he used to live in the Galapagos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gilCHRIST2
    You can't just pick 11 batsman, the team has to have a semblance of structual sense.

    1. Jayasuria
    2. Sehwag
    3. Gayle
    4. Astle
    5. Mcmillan
    6. Symonds
    7. Dhoni
    8. Gilchrist (WK)
    9. Afridi
    10. Razzaq
    11. Kemp

    All bases covered.

    an all time XI of hard hitting batsmen and aggressive bowlers will look like this.

    sehwag
    trumper
    richards
    lara
    gregory
    gilchrist +
    botham
    kapil dev
    marshall (BOWLING SR of 46)
    murali (BOWLING SR of 54 - best for a spinner)
    donald (BOWLING SR of 46)

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric
    1. Chopra
    2. Ganga
    3. Dravid
    4. Kallis
    5. Collingwood
    6. Kaif
    7. Mashud
    8. Giles
    9. McGrath
    10. Collymore
    11. Martin
    Can't believe Raina didn't make your team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bagapath
    an all time XI of hard hitting batsmen and aggressive bowlers will look like this.

    sehwag
    trumper
    richards
    lara
    gregory
    gilchrist +
    botham
    kapil dev
    marshall (BOWLING SR of 46)
    murali (BOWLING SR of 54 - best for a spinner)
    donald (BOWLING SR of 46)
    Judged purely on strike rate (in the modern era), Waqar and MacGill would get a run in that team ahead of Donald and Murali.

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