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    MP Vaughan versus Sehwag ?

    Who do you think is a better test match batsman ?

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    sehwag.

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    Sehwag on numbers, but tbh I'd rather watch Vaughan.
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    Has to be Sehwag, don't see how anyone could say otherwise.

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    Vaughan's career has been a tad disappointing for mine.

    Admittedly injuries haven't helped but I really think that for his talent, he should have better numbers than what he has.

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    Actually looking forward to reading Richard's views on this one, seeing as they've both played in the same era, and one's average is significantly better than the others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Actually looking forward to reading Richard's views on this one, seeing as they've both played in the same era, and one's average is significantly better than the others.
    A lot of Sehwag's runs have come on the back of dropped catches though, particularly against Pakistan, and he's played very few Test innings of note when confronted with something other than a road of a pitch.

    I actually think it's pretty close, and I place less importance on such factors than Richard does, so I'm fairly sure he'll say Vaughan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venter View Post
    Vaughan's career has been a tad disappointing for mine.

    Admittedly injuries haven't helped but I really think that for his talent, he should have better numbers than what he has.
    I dunno but I reckon he just had a bit of a purple patch. His Test average is a few runs better than his FC average and I think, after some regression to the mean, he's now where he should be. Really dones make those on here who rated him as one of England's best ever look a bit ridiculous, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    A lot of Sehwag's runs have come on the back of dropped catches though, particularly against Pakistan, and he's played very few Test innings of note when confronted with something other than a road of a pitch.

    I actually think it's pretty close, and I place less importance on such factors than Richard does, so I'm fairly sure he'll say Vaughan.
    First-chance average?

    Vaughan's benefitted from dropped chances though, as has every batsman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    First-chance average?

    Vaughan's benefitted from dropped chances though, as has every batsman.
    Not as much as Sehwag though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Not as much as Sehwag though.
    Every batsman has the fortune of catches being dropped-hell the aussies won a world cup because of a dropped catch-I wouldnt consider it at all.

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