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    All Time Country ODI Teams ?

    I'll do India's:

    Sachin Tendulkar
    Saurav Ganguly
    Rahul Dravid
    Mohammad Azharuddin (assuming we ignore the match fixing )
    Ajay Jadeja (same as Azhar above)
    Kapil Dev
    MS Dhoni (seriously, have India had a better ODI/keeper option than him ??)
    Ravi Shastri
    Manoj Prabhakar
    Jav Srinath
    Anil Kumble

    Australia's

    Gilly
    Mark Waugh
    Ponting
    Deano
    Steve Waugh
    Bevan
    Andy Symonds
    Warne
    McGrath
    B Lee
    Jason Gillespie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiser View Post
    I'll do India's:

    Sachin Tendulkar
    Saurav Ganguly
    Rahul Dravid
    Mohammad Azharuddin (assuming we ignore the match fixing )
    Ajay Jadeja (same as Azhar above)
    Kapil Dev
    MS Dhoni (seriously, have India had a better ODI/keeper option than him ??)
    Ravi Shastri
    Manoj Prabhakar
    Jav Srinath
    Anil Kumble

    Australia's

    Gilly
    Mark Waugh
    Ponting
    Deano
    Steve Waugh
    Bevan
    Andy Symonds
    Warne
    McGrath
    B Lee
    Jason Gillespie
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Sean View Post
    I want to see the look on Bing and Dizzy's faces when you tell them they're batting after McGrath...

    Yeah I didn't really bother too much about the batting order....just organized the players I wanted into batsmen and bowlers.

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    New Zealand All Time ODI XI

    1. N Astle
    2. G Turner
    3. R Twose
    4. M Crowe*
    5. C Cairns
    6. C Harris
    7. R Hadlee
    8. A Parore+
    9. D Vettori
    10. S Bond
    11. E Chatfield

    2nd XI
    1. B Edgar
    2. L Vincent
    3. S Fleming*
    4. A Jones
    5. S Styris
    6. C McMillan
    7. B McCullum+
    8. D Hadlee
    9. C Pringle
    10. G Troup
    11. G Allott
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    Warrants a public poll IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaiser View Post
    Yeah I didn't really bother too much about the batting order....just organized the players I wanted into batsmen and bowlers.
    Why didn't you bother? BTW I can't believe Jason Gillespie made your all time ODI. I haven't looked at his stats, but I tell there are heaps of guys in front of him.

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    In a 1990-2007 XI he'd certainly be right up there IMO.

    McGrath would obviously be instant, Reiffel should be a shoe-in despite his occasional no-ball problems, Dale would be up there if you were willing to consider substance above style, but otherwise it'd be a good competition between Fleming, Gillespie, Lee and maybe even McDermott (though he didn't play all that much in time in question).

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    Dale didn't actually have such a good record. I would actually pick Bracken ahead of Gillespie in the ODIs. Fleming would be ahead for mine also.

    McDermott was way ahead of Gillespie too and ofcourse Lillee from an earlier era.

    Gillespie did nothing with the bat and was a liability in the field also.

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    England

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    Knight
    Gooch
    Pietersen
    Fairbrother
    Thorpe
    Flintoff
    Stewart
    Botham
    Gough
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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    Dale didn't actually have such a good record. I would actually pick Bracken ahead of Gillespie in the ODIs. Fleming would be ahead for mine also.

    McDermott was way ahead of Gillespie too and ofcourse Lillee from an earlier era.

    Gillespie did nothing with the bat and was a liability in the field also.
    Forgot about Bracken TBH and he might well be, but Fleming vs Gillespie isn't a foregone conclusion at all.

    Can't say I ever noted Gillespie as a liablity in the field as such, either.

    But Dale didn't actually have such a good record? He had an economy-rate of 3.68-an-over! Can't get much better than that, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Forgot about Bracken TBH and he might well be, but Fleming vs Gillespie isn't a foregone conclusion at all.

    Can't say I ever noted Gillespie as a liablity in the field as such, either.
    Yeah Flemo and Gillespie is quite close bowling wise, but I would go Fleming because of his ability to bowl at the depth. Gillespies ODI career was very stop start, and yeah he had a weak arm, didn't drop many catches but was fairly slow to the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    England

    Trescothick
    Knight
    Gooch
    Pietersen
    Fairbrother
    Thorpe
    Flintoff
    Stewart
    Botham
    Gough
    Underwood
    Now I'm no fan of trying to blur 1971-1989, but I just have to pick this out: Stewart above Flintoff, SURELY?

    You is gone crazy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    Now I'm no fan of trying to blur 1971-1989, but I just have to pick this out: Stewart above Flintoff?

    You is gone crazy, surely?
    Maybe I'm missing something here. How did he pick Stewart above Flintoff?

    EDIT: Never mind, you're saying Stewart should be above Flintoff. Right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    England

    Trescothick
    Knight
    Gooch
    Pietersen
    Fairbrother
    Thorpe
    Flintoff
    Stewart
    Botham
    Gough
    Underwood
    You can't be serious!!

    Who's ya fifth bowler? Pietersen or a bit of Gooch? Your a bowler short, there is no way Stewart should be at 8..

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