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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    What about if the Tasmania selectors made so many errors as the West Indian ones?
    They don't though. Your selectors are just as much apart of your team as your players really. Tasmania have the added benefit of sensible selectors, much as the West Indies have the added benefit of Chanderpaul for example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup Clarke View Post
    Nah, Lee will own Ganguly imo. Especially if he gets the ball to swing into him regulary and aims for the head and body.
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    For sure man. How many bat pads/leg gullies will there be for the short delivery!!
    He has handled the bounce and swing surprisingly well in England and South Africa. Really, he has handled it as well as when he was in his prime. It will never be his strong point but he seems to be able to avoid getting out to them recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    He has handled the bounce and swing surprisingly well in England and South Africa. Really, he has handled it as well as when he was in his prime. It will never be his strong point but he seems to be able to avoid getting out to them recently.
    Handled it better now than he ever has imo. Not as explosive overall now perhaps, but is looking far more solid against pace when a few years ago even when he was making runs regularly he still looked very suspect against pace and bounce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    They don't though. Your selectors are just as much apart of your team as your players really. Tasmania have the added benefit of sensible selectors, much as the West Indies have the added benefit of Chanderpaul for example.
    Hmm... you could argue that I suppose, but it really does me the thought that West Indies' selectors could contribute to them being Test-class or otherwise. Obviously, England's foibles in ODIs have had a fair bit to do with selection, but we'd still not have been any massive shakes IMO with better selection. We just don't, at the current time, have the players.
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