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  • RT Ponting

    32 72.73%
  • A Symonds

    18 40.91%
  • ML Hayden

    15 34.09%
  • MJ Clarke

    5 11.36%
  • AC Gilchrist

    13 29.55%
  • KP Pietersen

    15 34.09%
  • ME Trescothick

    3 6.82%
  • NV Knight

    3 6.82%
  • SR Tendulkar

    32 72.73%
  • SC Ganguly

    3 6.82%
  • MS Dhoni

    4 9.09%
  • Yuvraj Singh

    5 11.36%
  • R Dravid

    2 4.55%
  • NJ Astle

    3 6.82%
  • Inzamam-ul-Haq

    3 6.82%
  • Mohammad Yousuf

    5 11.36%
  • JH Kallis

    9 20.45%
  • GC Smith

    2 4.55%
  • HH Dippenaar

    1 2.27%
  • ST Jayasuriya

    5 11.36%
  • MS Atapattu

    1 2.27%
  • BC Lara

    4 9.09%
  • CH Gayle

    3 6.82%
  • RR Sarwan

    5 11.36%
  • S Chanderpaul

    3 6.82%
  • A Flower

    2 4.55%
  • Other (please specify)

    4 9.09%
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Thread: Best ODI Batsman Since 2000

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    Best ODI Batsman Since 2000

    I have decided to continue the trend of letting CW choose who they feel is the best batsman since the year 2000 this time in the shorter format of the game.

    The qualification is to have scored 2000 runs (sorry Hussey) and to have an average greater than 35. VOTE FOR 5!!!

    Australia

    RT Ponting
    7386 @ 44.76

    A Symonds
    4433 @ 41.04

    ML Hayden
    5503 @ 46.24

    MJ Clarke
    3551 @ 44.94

    AC Gilchrist
    6780 @ 36.73

    England


    KP Pietersen
    2389 @ 49.77

    ME Trescothick
    4335 @ 37.37

    NV Knight
    2017 @ 41.16

    India

    SR Tendulkar
    7391 @ 46.19

    SC Ganguly
    6658 @ 40.10

    MS Dhoni
    2838 @ 43.66

    Yuvraj Singh
    5573 @ 36.90

    R Dravid
    7115 @ 40.42

    New Zealand

    NJ Astle
    4009 @ 36.11

    Pakistan

    Inzamam-ul-Haq
    5264 @ 39.57

    Mohammad Yousuf
    7601 @ 41.76

    South Africa

    JH Kallis
    6707 @ 47.23

    GC Smith
    4524 @ 40.03

    HH Dippenaar
    3378 @ 42.75

    Sri Lanka

    ST Jayasuriya
    7084 @ 36.89

    MS Atapattu
    5992 @ 40.21

    West Indies

    BC Lara
    4239 @ 37.51

    CH Gayle
    6126 @ 40.30

    RR Sarwan
    4099 @ 44.55

    S Chanderpaul
    4434 @ 41.43

    Zimbabwe

    A Flower
    2992 @ 38.35
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    Hayden easily.

    Gilchrist a close second.

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    Picked Ponting as he is the best IMO.
    Hayden as he is a run machine while also incredibly aggressive.
    Tendulkar the master.
    Astle as he is one of my favourites and the backbone of one of the weaker nations for so long.
    Gayle, an amazing opener, one his day he could make Hayden shiver in his boots (despite Gayle being Mr Cool).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond21 View Post
    Hayden easily.

    Gilchrist a close second.
    Uh I did say pick 5.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bond21 View Post
    Hayden easily.
    Haha, what?!
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    I'm so bloody bias.

    Ponting, Haydos, Symonds, Tenduklar and Pietersen (voted for him but not convinced in t5 batters)

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    1. Hayden
    2. Gilchrist
    3. Symonds
    4. Ponting
    5. Clarke

    Hayden, Gilchrist and Symonds are unstoppable once they get going. Absolute run machines they are.

    Ponting and Clarke because theyre awesome and great to watch.

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    Haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bond21 View Post
    1. Hayden
    2. Gilchrist
    3. Symonds
    4. Ponting
    5. Clarke

    Hayden, Gilchrist and Symonds are unstoppable once they get going. Absolute run machines they are.

    Ponting and Clarke because theyre awesome and great to watch.

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    better than gayle and astle lmfao.

    gayle gets runs one out of 20 innings.

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    Whoops. I read the poll wrong (I thought it was batsman not ODI batsman) and picked the wrong choice. Tendulkar has a better average and a better strike rate.
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    What about Lara, he is one of the best batsmen of all times, if this was County batsmen i would go with Ramps though!
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    Its more than just averages obviously, SR important too, as is who and when they have scored the runs. Anyway to pick 5:

    Tendulkar
    Ponting
    Symonds
    Bevan
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    Hayden, KP and Kallis just miss out.
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