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Thread: Bext Young XI of 2005-2007

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    Icon2 Bext Young XI of 2005-2007

    Well i was thinking about best Young XI(TEST) of 2005-2007 and got these players how many ppl r agree with me?....post your young XI

    1-Alastair Cook
    2-Upul Tharanga
    3-Kevin Pietersen(Young in sense of games played)
    4-Chamara Silva
    5-Michael Hussey(Young in sense of games played)
    6-M.S.Dhoni
    7-Shane Watson
    8-Liam Plunkett
    9-Monty Panesar
    10-Stuart Clark
    11-Muhammad Asif
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    Get Plunkett out of there!

    Stuart Clark must be 30+ now...

    Dhoni is better than Ramdin

    The rest seems fine. Maybe slot Bell in there somewhere (thats sounds dirty).

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    Oh i see.... sorry mate.

    Either way Plunkett should not be in the list. Any seamer is better than him tbh.

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    Simmy's right get Plunket out.
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    Well i thought of Srisanth but.........i think Plunkitt is more accomplished bowler than srisanth...........wt guys u think????

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjramay View Post
    Well i thought of Srisanth but.........i think Plunkitt is more accomplished bowler than srisanth...........wt guys u think????
    I think I can safely say I'm not a fan of Plunkers. Sreesanth would be a better bet imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjramay View Post
    Well i thought of Srisanth but.........i think Plunkitt is more accomplished bowler than srisanth...........wt guys u think????
    Before this current WI vs England Test, they'd both played eight Tests...Plunkett has 22 wickets @ 37.09, Sreesanth has 37 wickets at 25.97. There's very little different in their ODI records, but Sreesanth has comfortably been the better bowler in Test matches.

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    Pretty pathetic that there isnt anyone better than Plunkett and Sreesanth!

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    Well Simmy why dont u tell any seamer at this spot?.........well how abt Tait????

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjramay View Post
    well how abt Tait????
    BINGO! I've been trying my hardest to think of one yes Tait instead of Plunket.

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    Tait is a good choice.

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    Jimmy Franklin? I guess at 26, he's too old...

    But I guess if Chamara Silva can get in, so should Jimmy.
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    12 posts and Malinga still not mentioned.
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    I never knew Malinga was counted as young. If so I would definately go for him.

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    Yes, Malinga escaped my miniscule mind. I'd actually consider putting him in an overall World XI.

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