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    Best XI outside worldcup teams

    Dippenear(SA)
    Mal Loye(ENG)
    Yassir Hameed(PAK)
    Adam Voges(AUS)
    Chamara kapugedera(SRI)
    T Taibu(ZIM)
    Farhed Raza(AN)
    R Powar(IND)
    Hilhenfaus(AUS)
    Dale Steyn(SA)
    Shabbir Ahmed(PAK)
    Rohit Sharma is the most hyped cricketer ever...

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    Probably best to just stack the side with retirees or former players still playing domestic cricket, really. Oh, and then there's the fact that there were injured players..

    1. Morne Van Wyk
    2. Matthew Elliott
    3. Jacques Rudolph
    4. Darren Lehmann
    5. Boeta Dippenaar
    6. Neil McKenzie
    7. Abdul Razzaq
    8. Chris Harris
    9. Brett Lee
    10. Kyle Mills
    11. Jason Gillespie

    Dominated by Australians, but I see a lot more of their domestic cricket than other countries, obviously. A few Saffies in the top order too - indicative of some of their ridiculous selections such as Bosman...

    I know I could have included Asif and Akhtar, but I haven't for reasons I'm sure you'll all grasp.
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    My best XI would be more like this

    Let me clear i am not listing the injured players on this list :-

    1.Jimmy Maher
    2.Gautam Gambhir
    3.Morne Van Wyk
    4.VVS.Laxman
    5.Michael Bevan [considering he retired after he realized he was not in the 30 probables]

    6.Lance Klusner
    7.Chris Harris
    8.Ramesh Powar
    9.Jason Gillespie
    10.Andy Bichel
    11.Darren Gough


    Van Wyk is one bloke who i am suprised the Proteas haven't given too many chances too, he is really a very good player.

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    Kyle Mills would have to be close...




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