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    Favourite Partnerships

    Which partnerships have you enjoyed most in the past and currently?

    Flintoff and G Jones, springs to mind (I've yet to think properly of my favourite partnership of the past!) and I'm excited by Kallis and Duminy, at the moment.

    Please tell me yours.

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    Langer and Hayden.

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    And currently?

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    Warne-McGrath. The ultimate pace/spin duo.

    Currently, i love Sehwag-Gambhir.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Uppercut View Post
    Warne-McGrath. The ultimate pace/spin duo.

    Currently, i love Sehwag-Gambhir.
    Wasim and Waqar.

    Walsh and Ambrose.

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    Vettori and Jeets or Vettori and Oram.

    Basically puts the batsman's nuts in a vice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Harrison View Post
    Wasim and Waqar.

    Walsh and Ambrose.
    Agree with these. Ambrose and Waqar in particular are two of my favourite bowlers.

    In batting terms, Greenidge and Haynes were always my favourite pairing.

    No pairing in recent times lives up to that, no where near.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Agree with these. Ambrose and Waqar in particular are two of my favourite bowlers.

    In batting terms, Greenidge and Haynes were always my favourite pairing.

    No pairing in recent times lives up to that, no where near.
    I have to say that when I wrote the question, I was thinking about BATTING partnerships. But carry on . . .

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    Hughes and Warner.

    Sehwag and Gambhir have the potential to be the greatest of all time in both tests and one dayers.

    Any partnership involving one Shaun Marsh is not worth watching.

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    Ganguly and Sachin back in the day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca View Post
    I have to say that when I wrote the question, I was thinking about BATTING partnerships. But carry on . . .
    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    In batting terms, Greenidge and Haynes were always my favourite pairing.
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    Ganguly and Tendulkar
    Jayasuriya and Attapatu

    Currently like Jayawardena and Sangakarra
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    Akhtar & Asif

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Ganguly and Sachin back in the day
    Second that obviously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nangi_Larki View Post
    Akhtar & Asif
    Yes they were quite enjoyable in that one Test match and five ODIs they played together. So many dreams....broken.

    Anywho...

    Wasim/Waqar in both formats and Anwar/Sohail in ODIs spring to mind. I really liked watching Sachin and Ganguly bat together whenever I got a chance to watch them. Oh and Ambrose/Walsh.
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