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    Tendulkar vs Kallis

    I've been seeing them for long and they both play great cricket(although tendulkar a bit unlucky these days )I want ur opinions now.

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    Kallis easily. in Test Cricket.

    Tendulkar easily in ODI
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    Sachin in both form of the cricket

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    Quote Originally Posted by haroon510 View Post
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    Agreed. And by a reasonable distance.
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    Obviously Kallis is a much better test batsmen currently. Over their full careers I would say Tendulkar was the better batsman but Kallis the better cricketer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Agreed. And by a reasonable distance.
    No chance of it being by a reasonable distance.

    Kallis is a better batter IMO then Tendulkar but I can see how someone would say SRT is narrowly better.

    Kallis bowling makes him a better cricketer then Sachin for mine..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    No chance of it being by a reasonable distance.

    Kallis is a better batter IMO then Tendulkar but I can see how someone would say SRT is narrowly better.

    Kallis bowling makes him a better cricketer then Sachin for mine..
    I thought it was purely on batting, in which case Tendulkar>Kallis and by a reasonable margin, as I said. If it's purely about value as a cricketer, then I'm not sure.

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    Now as a batsman? Kallis is the better test batsman atm, and Sachin ODI.

    Overall as a batsman, Sachin in both forms. Simple as that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    I thought it was purely on batting, in which case Tendulkar>Kallis and by a reasonable margin, as I said. If it's purely about value as a cricketer, then I'm not sure.
    Looking purely at the stats, the batting isn't that big a difference! I know you can't look purely at them but:

    Kallis - 9,000 @ 58 in 110 Tests with 28 centuries.
    Tendulkar - 11,000 @ 55 in 140 Tests with 37 centuries.

    It's an interesting comparison, that has to be said especially when you throw in 219 wickets @ 30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PY View Post
    Looking purely at the stats, the batting isn't that big a difference! I know you can't look purely at them but:

    Kallis - 9,000 @ 58 in 110 Tests with 28 centuries.
    Tendulkar - 11,000 @ 55 in 140 Tests with 37 centuries.

    It's an interesting comparison, that has to be said especially when you throw in 219 wickets @ 30.
    Take a look at their averages after you remove the sides that aren't Test standard. I think you'll find their averages become much closer.

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    Kallis no comparison.

    I think Kallis is a slightly better batsman, plus hes a great bowler.

    Tendulkar cant really bowl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Now as a batsman? Kallis is the better test batsman atm, and Sachin ODI.

    Overall as a batsman, Sachin in both forms. Simple as that.
    Yeah got to stop agreeing with you already but not really a tough question for mine, agree on all four points.
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    both are world class batsmen.

    a lot of people underrate kallis because of his batting style.

    the removal of 'non test standard' stats is of course completely arbitrary crap.

    tendulkar is the better batsman but there certainly isn't that big a difference as most people will lead you to believe.

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    In ODI's it's no contest.

    Any day of the week at any time in history I'd take Kallis in a test match. No disrespect to SRT at all.
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