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    World XI the day you were born

    I was having another look on the ICC ratings site just then (thanks Athlai ) and I noticed for the first time that you actually get ratings by date.

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    I was born on August 6th 1988, which gives me these leading players:

    Batsmen
    1. D.B. Vengsarkar - 825
    2. A.R. Border - 808
    3. I.V.A. Richards - 792
    4. Javed Miandad - 733
    5. M.D. Crowe - 729
    6. C.G. Greenidge - 694
    7. A. Ranatunga - 677
    8. R.B. Richardson - 652
    9. D.I. Gower - 641
    10. G.A. Gooch - 635
    13. P.J.L. Dujon - 603 - highest wicket keeper

    Bowlers
    1. M.D. Marshall - 903
    2. R.J. Hadlee - 882
    3. Imran Khan - 840
    4. E.J. Chatfield - 678
    5. G.R. Dilley - 663
    6. C.A. Walsh - 655
    7. Abdul Qadir - 654
    8. Wasim Akram - 644
    9. Kapil Dev - 633
    10. R.J. Shastri - 577

    Allrounders
    1. R.J. Hadlee - 442
    2. Imran Khan - 434
    3. Kapil Dev - 332
    4. M.D. Marshall - 318
    5. R.J. Shastri - 266


    That'd give me a World XI looking something like this, the day I was born:

    1. Gordon Greenidge
    2. Graham Gooch
    3. Viv Richards
    4. Dilip Vengsarkar
    5. Allan Border
    6. Jeff Dujon
    7. Imran Khan
    8. Richard Hadlee
    9. Malcolm Marshall
    10. Abdul Qadir
    11. Ewen Chatfield
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    Batsmen
    1 832 A.R. Border 877 v England, 27/08/1981
    2 812 I.V.A. Richards 938 v England, 27/03/1981
    3 795 C.H. Lloyd 818 v India, 10/12/1983
    4 773 D.I. Gower 822 v West Indies, 21/03/1986
    5 752 S.M. Gavaskar 916 v England, 30/08/1979
    6 746 Javed Miandad 885 v New Zealand, 24/02/1989
    7 740 Zaheer Abbas 803 v India, 14/01/1983
    8 734 C.G. Greenidge 844 v England, 26/07/1984
    9 694 I.T. Botham 811 v India, 08/07/1982
    10 688 J.V. Coney 702 v Australia, 13/03/1986

    Bowlers
    1 897 R.J. Hadlee 909 v Australia, 30/11/1985
    2 875 J. Garner 890 v Pakistan, 30/12/1980
    3 824 M.D. Marshall 910 v England, 30/06/1988
    4 820 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980
    5 817 Imran Khan 922 v India, 30/01/1983
    6 811 M.A. Holding 860 v Australia, 30/01/1982
    7 782 R.G.D. Willis 837 v Australia, 15/12/1978
    8 753 G.F. Lawson 855 v Pakistan, 02/01/1984
    9 671 B.L. Cairns 712 v England, 10/02/1984
    10 601 Iqbal Qasim 770 v Sri Lanka, 14/03/1982

    will work the xi out later

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    Mine would be something like this, depending on how you wanted to set it up. If you wanted to drop a bowler/all-rounder for another batsman, it would be Miandad who would come in for Garner, and the highest ranked spinner was Iqbal Qasim, so you could bring him in for Garner too.

    Greenidge
    Haynes
    Richards
    Gower
    Border
    Dujon (k)
    Imran Khan
    Hadlee
    Marshall
    Holding
    Garner

    Hell of a team.

    edit: Batting:
    1 817 D.I. Gower ENG
    2 801 A.R. Border AUS
    3 797 I.V.A. Richards WI
    4 756 C.G. Greenidge WI
    5 733 Javed Miandad PAK
    6 711 M.W. Gatting ENG
    7 696 J.V. Coney NZ
    8 690 R.T. Robinson ENG
    9 686 H.A. Gomes WI
    10 673 J.F. Reid NZ

    and Bowling:
    1 890 M.D. Marshall WI
    2 880 R.J. Hadlee NZ
    3 812 M.A. Holding WI
    4 780 J. Garner WI
    5 754 Imran Khan PAK
    6 749 G.F. Lawson AUS
    7 710 Kapil Dev IND
    8 642 I.T. Botham ENG
    9 638 Iqbal Qasim PAK
    10 604 B.L. Cairns NZ
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    I'm born on the 23rd of February 1994, so here's what I got.

    1 813 G.A. Gooch 873 v Pakistan, 23/07/1992
    2 753 S.R. Tendulkar 898 v Zimbabwe, 21/02/2002
    2 753 R.B. Richardson 876 v India, 28/04/1989
    4 740 D.L. Haynes 785 v New Zealand, 20/02/1987
    5 708 D.C. Boon 775 v Pakistan, 28/09/1994
    6 679 M. Azharuddin 747 v England, 23/08/1990
    7 673 V.G. Kambli 673 v Sri Lanka, 08/02/1994
    8 668 M.A. Taylor 773 v India, 29/11/1991
    9 659 M.D. Crowe 776 v Australia, 26/12/1987
    10 652 Salim Malik 741 v South Africa, 19/01/1995
    36 500 A. Flower (best keeper - must have lacked stock then!)

    Bowling:
    1 900 Waqar Younis 909 v Zimbabwe, 09/12/1993
    2 881 C.E.L. Ambrose 912 v England, 25/03/1994
    3 868 S.K. Warne 905 v England, 24/12/1994
    4 839 A. Kumble 859 v Sri Lanka, 26/01/1994
    5 794 Wasim Akram 830 v Australia, 28/09/1994
    6 777 I.R. Bishop 840 v England, 06/07/1995
    7 723 C.J. McDermott 794 v Sri Lanka, 08/09/1992
    8 697 M.G. Hughes 794 v England, 22/07/1993
    9 692 A.A. Donald 895 v England, 25/11/1999
    10 670 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980

    Looking like
    1. Gooch
    2. Haynes
    3. Boon
    4. Tendulkar
    5. Richardson
    6. Flower
    7. Kapil Dev
    8. Warne
    9. Kumble
    10. Waqar Younis
    11. Ambrose

    Lacking batting. Stunned Lara wasn't there, thought 1994 was his annus mirablilis.
    Last edited by morgieb; 08-12-2009 at 04:44 AM. Reason: Dev > Wasim as an all-rounder
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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    I'm born on the 23rd of February 1994, so here's what I got.

    1 813 G.A. Gooch 873 v Pakistan, 23/07/1992
    2 753 S.R. Tendulkar 898 v Zimbabwe, 21/02/2002
    2 753 R.B. Richardson 876 v India, 28/04/1989
    4 740 D.L. Haynes 785 v New Zealand, 20/02/1987
    5 708 D.C. Boon 775 v Pakistan, 28/09/1994
    6 679 M. Azharuddin 747 v England, 23/08/1990
    7 673 V.G. Kambli 673 v Sri Lanka, 08/02/1994
    8 668 M.A. Taylor 773 v India, 29/11/1991
    9 659 M.D. Crowe 776 v Australia, 26/12/1987
    10 652 Salim Malik 741 v South Africa, 19/01/1995
    36 500 A. Flower (best keeper - must have lacked stock then!)

    Bowling:
    1 900 Waqar Younis 909 v Zimbabwe, 09/12/1993
    2 881 C.E.L. Ambrose 912 v England, 25/03/1994
    3 868 S.K. Warne 905 v England, 24/12/1994
    4 839 A. Kumble 859 v Sri Lanka, 26/01/1994
    5 794 Wasim Akram 830 v Australia, 28/09/1994
    6 777 I.R. Bishop 840 v England, 06/07/1995
    7 723 C.J. McDermott 794 v Sri Lanka, 08/09/1992
    8 697 M.G. Hughes 794 v England, 22/07/1993
    9 692 A.A. Donald 895 v England, 25/11/1999
    10 670 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980

    Looking like
    1. Gooch
    2. Haynes
    3. Boon
    4. Tendulkar
    5. Richardson
    6. Flower
    7. Wasim
    8. Warne
    9. Kumble
    10. Waqar
    11. Ambrose

    Lacking batting. Stunned Lara wasn't there, thought 1994 was his annus mirablilis.
    Kapil was the highest ranked allrounder at the time (link) so you could get him in for Wasim to improve the batting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Kapil was the highest ranked allrounder at the time (link) so you could get him in for Wasim to improve the batting.
    Ah cool, fair enough.

    Were Stewart & Tillerkernate keeping wicket back then? I knew they had kept wicket at various times in their careers, but I dunno if it was like that back then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    I'm born on the 23rd of February 1994


    Lacking batting. Stunned Lara wasn't there, thought 1994 was his annus mirablilis.
    If you study your own date of birth closely you will notice that at that point most of 1994 hadn't yet happened.

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    17 Oct 1987, make a team like this.

    C Greenidge
    D Haynes
    V Richards
    M Crowe
    A Border (C)
    D Vengarskar
    Imran Khan
    P Dujon (WK) (Highest ranked wicketkeeper at #19)
    R Hadlee
    M Marshall
    Maninder Singh (Highest ranked spin bowler)

    Not sure if it is possible to bowl this team out. Some interesting players slip into the lineup (Singh?!?!?).

    Batsman

    1 793 C.G. Greenidge 844 v England, 26/07/1984
    2 789 A.R. Border 877 v England, 27/08/1981
    3 784 D.B. Vengsarkar 837 v New Zealand, 12/11/1988
    4 782 I.V.A. Richards 938 v England, 27/03/1981
    5 750 M.D. Crowe 776 v Australia, 26/12/1987
    6 742 R.B. Richardson 876 v India, 28/04/1989
    7 739 D.L. Haynes 785 v New Zealand, 20/02/1987
    8 731 Javed Miandad 885 v New Zealand, 24/02/1989
    9 726 D.I. Gower 822 v West Indies, 21/03/1986
    10 698 M.W. Gatting 730 v Australia, 15/08/1985

    Bowlers

    ID Rat. Name Nat. Career Best Rating
    1 903 R.J. Hadlee 909 v Australia, 30/11/1985
    2 872 M.D. Marshall 910 v England, 30/06/1988
    3 829 Imran Khan 922 v India, 30/01/1983
    4 654 E.J. Chatfield 678 v England, 25/02/1988
    5 637 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980
    6 629 Maninder Singh 629 v Pakistan, 13/03/1987
    7 625 Wasim Akram 830 v Australia, 28/09/1994
    8 587 G.F. Lawson 855 v Pakistan, 02/01/1984
    9 579 G.R. Dilley 692 v West Indies, 30/06/1988
    10 576 Abdul Qadir 710 v England, 16/12/1987
    10 576 Tauseef Ahmed 605 v Australia, 07/10/1988

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    batsmen:

    1 887 I.V.A. Richards 938 v England, 27/03/1981
    2 828 Javed Miandad 885 v New Zealand, 24/02/1989
    3 773 Zaheer Abbas 803 v India, 14/01/1983
    4 766 S.M. Gavaskar 916 v England, 30/08/1979
    5 737 G.S. Chappell 883 v Pakistan, 01/01/1977
    6 736 G.P. Howarth 804 v India, 21/02/1981
    7 727 A.R. Border 877 v England, 27/08/1981
    8 725 C.H. Lloyd 818 v India, 10/12/1983
    9 721 H.A. Gomes 773 v Australia, 07/12/1984
    10 718 D.I. Gower 822 v West Indies, 21/03/1986
    11 709 Mohsin Khan 770 v India, 10/12/1982

    36 478 P.J.L. Dujon 703 v Australia, 22/12/1984 (highest ranked keeper)

    bowlers:

    1 922 Imran Khan 922 v India, 30/01/1983
    2 855 M.A. Holding 860 v Australia, 30/01/1982
    3 833 J. Garner 890 v Pakistan, 30/12/1980
    4 825 R.J. Hadlee 909 v Australia, 30/11/1985
    5 778 G.F. Lawson 855 v Pakistan, 02/01/1984
    6 760 R.G.D. Willis 837 v Australia, 15/12/1978
    7 749 D.K. Lillee 884 v England, 12/03/1977
    8 715 A.M.E. Roberts 891 v England, 22/07/1976
    9 713 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980
    10 705 I.T. Botham 911 v India, 15/02/1980
    11 689 Iqbal Qasim 770 v Sri Lanka, 14/03/1982

    Making my team look something like:

    S.M. Gavaskar
    Mohsin Khan
    I.V.A. Richards
    G.S. Chappell
    Javed Miandad
    Zaheer Abbas
    P.J.L. Dujon (wk)
    Imran Khan
    M.A. Holding
    J. Garner
    Iqbal Qasim

    Which is a very strong team. The batting is classy, aggressive and powerful with a middle order of Richards Chappell and Miandad. Gavaskar opening the batting is great as well. Three all time great quicks, one of which who was no slouch with the bat either. Weaknesses are the second opener and the spinner, who was by no means a bad spinner.
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    ID Rat. Name Nat. Career Best Rating
    1 885 Javed Miandad 885 v New Zealand, 24/02/1989
    2 876 R.B. Richardson 876 v India, 28/04/1989
    3 759 I.V.A. Richards 938 v England, 27/03/1981
    4 758 A.R. Border 877 v England, 27/08/1981
    5 745 M.D. Crowe 776 v Australia, 26/12/1987
    6 732 D.B. Vengsarkar 837 v New Zealand, 12/11/1988
    7 697 D.L. Haynes 785 v New Zealand, 20/02/1987
    8 676 D.M. Jones 694 v Pakistan, 19/01/1990
    9 671 A. Ranatunga 687 v India, 17/12/1986
    10 668 C.G. Greenidge 844 v England, 26/07/1984

    ID Rat. Name Nat. Career Best Rating
    1 897 M.D. Marshall 910 v England, 30/06/1988
    1 897 R.J. Hadlee 909 v Australia, 30/11/1985
    3 811 Imran Khan 922 v India, 30/01/1983
    4 751 C.A. Walsh 867 v England, 17/08/2000
    5 701 Kapil Dev 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980
    6 676 T.M. Alderman 766 v England, 23/11/1990
    7 638 C.E.L. Ambrose 912 v England, 25/03/1994
    8 636 Abdul Qadir 710 v England, 16/12/1987
    9 615 G.F. Lawson 855 v Pakistan, 02/01/1984
    10 612 Wasim Akram 830 v Australia, 28/09/1994

    Combined to make an XI looking something like:
    D.Haynes
    R.Richardson
    V.Richards
    J.Miandad
    A.Border
    I.Khan
    R.Hadlee
    P.Dujon (highest ranked wicket keeper)
    K.Dev
    M.Marshall
    C.Walsh

    Try defeating that side! Decided to play an extra middle order batsman and have Richie Richardson open the batting.

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    Batting

    1 793 C.G. Greenidge
    2 789 A.R. Border
    3 784 D.B. Vengsarkar
    4 782 I.V.A. Richards
    5 766 D.I. Gower
    6 750 M.D. Crowe
    7 742 R.B. Richardson
    8 739 D.L. Haynes
    9 696 Javed Miandad
    10 651 A. Ranatunga
    19 567 P.J.L. Dujon (keeper)

    Bowling

    1 903 R.J. Hadlee
    2 872 M.D. Marshall
    3 799 Imran Khan
    4 654 E.J. Chatfield
    5 637 Kapil Dev
    6 629 Maninder Singh
    7 604 Tauseef Ahmed
    8 590 Iqbal Qasim
    9 587 G.F. Lawson
    10 582 Wasim Akram

    Went for the all round skills of Dev over the batting of Gower, to give me:

    1.C.Greenidge
    2.D.Haynes
    3.V.Richards
    4.A.Border
    5.D.Vengsarkar
    6.I.Khan
    7.K.Dev
    8.J.Dujon
    9.R.Hadlee
    10.M.Marshall
    11.M.Singh

    Fantastic batting depth and a devastating pace attack. Maninder Singh takes on the roll of spinner. I have to admit that I had no clue who he was until I cricinfoed him.

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    Batsmen:

    1 793 C.G. Greenidge WI 844 v England, 26/07/1984
    2 789 A.R. Border AUS 877 v England, 27/08/1981
    3 784 D.B. Vengsarkar IND 837 v New Zealand, 12/11/1988
    4 782 I.V.A. Richards WI 938 v England, 27/03/1981
    5 750 M.D. Crowe NZ 776 v Australia, 26/12/1987
    6 749 D.I. Gower ENG 822 v West Indies, 21/03/1986
    7 742 R.B. Richardson WI 876 v India, 28/04/1989
    8 739 D.L. Haynes WI 785 v New Zealand, 20/02/1987
    9 696 Javed Miandad PAK 885 v New Zealand, 24/02/1989
    10 651 A. Ranatunga SL 687 v India, 17/12/1986

    19 567 P.J.L. Dujon WI 703 v Australia, 22/12/1984
    21 556 Imran Khan PAK 650 v Sri Lanka, 12/12/1991
    24 535 R.J. Hadlee NZ 562 v England, 03/02/1984
    31 502 Kapil Dev IND 598 v England, 08/07/1982

    Bowlers:

    1 903 R.J. Hadlee NZ 909 v Australia, 30/11/1985
    2 872 M.D. Marshall WI 910 v England, 30/06/1988
    3 786 Imran Khan PAK 922 v India, 30/01/1983
    4 654 E.J. Chatfield NZ 678 v England, 25/02/1988
    5 637 Kapil Dev IND 877 v Pakistan, 15/01/1980
    6 629 Maninder Singh IND 629 v Pakistan, 13/03/1987
    7 598 Tauseef Ahmed PAK 605 v Australia, 07/10/1988
    8 587 G.F. Lawson AUS 855 v Pakistan, 02/01/1984
    9 584 Iqbal Qasim PAK 770 v Sri Lanka, 14/03/1982
    10 577 P.H. Edmonds ENG 654 v New Zealand, 10/08/1978

    Team:

    CG Greenidge
    DL Haynes
    IVA Richards
    DB Vengsarkar
    AR Border*
    PJL Dujon+
    K Dev
    I Kahn
    RJ Hadlee
    MD Marshall
    EJ Chatfield

    Can't say I'd be overly keen to take them on tbh. Could bring in Singh for Chatfield and Gower for Dev if you wanted a spinner.
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    Batsmen

    1 - 885 Javed Miandad
    2 - 876 R.B. Richardson
    3 - 759 I.V.A. Richards
    4 - 758 A.R. Border
    5 - 745 M.D. Crowe
    6 - 732 D.B. Vengsarkar
    7 - 697 D.L. Haynes
    8 - 676 D.M. Jones
    9 - 671 A. Ranatunga
    10 - 668 C.G. Greenidge

    Bowlers

    1 - 897 M.D. Marshall
    1 - 897 R.J. Hadlee
    3 - 811 Imran Khan
    4 - 751 C.A. Walsh
    5 - 701 Kapil Dev
    6 - 676 T.M. Alderman
    7 - 638 C.E.L. Ambrose
    8 - 636 Abdul Qadir
    9 - 615 G.F. Lawson
    10 - 612 Wasim Akram

    So I'd take a side of:

    G Greenidge
    D Haynes
    R Richardson
    V Richards
    J Miandad
    I Khan* (#23 bat)
    J Dujon+ (#25)
    K Dev (#29)
    R Hadlee (#35)
    M Marshall (#50)
    C Walsh (#90)

    Damn good side tbf, also shows just how dominant the West Indies were during that era.
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    Sunil Gavaskar (ranked 1)
    Gordon Greenidge (4)
    Alvin Kallicharan (3)
    Viv Richards (2)
    Gundappa Viswanath (5)
    Ian Botham (36th as batsman - 473, 1st as bowler - 838)
    Alan Knott (24th as batsman)
    Dennis Lillee (3)
    Jeff Thomson (4)
    Bob Willis (2)
    Bishan Bedi (8)

    awesome bowling, great top order. Long tail with Lillee batting at 8. If I was to select bowlers by ranking, rather thn include Bedi as the best spinner, Andy Roberts would come in. Otherwise, I could drop Thommo or Bedi for Imran (53 batting, 9 bowling) or for Javed Miandad, sliding Beefy and Knott to 7 and 8.

    That would give me
    Gavaskar
    Greenidge
    Kallicharan
    Richards
    Viswanath
    Miandad
    Botham
    Knott
    Lillee
    Thompson
    Willis

    which I think would be a better team on all but raging turners or dustbowls.
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