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Actually yeah, Mendis had them crushed and embarrassed. Swann would be the first in a little while.
I meant at home. Yes, Medis really dominated and Murali has done well in SL.
ATS its clearly Swann>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >Harris>>Haurtiz. But somehow i fear this may not be unanimous POV on CW ATM.
I'd definitely take Hauritz in front of the current version of Harris, who has been particularly toothless of late.
The best of Harris has taken 5 wicket hauls againts good opposition on wearing or 5th day wickets. Hauritz is yet to do so, so Harris is slightly better still ATS.
I don't think Harris deserves to be called a spinner. Slow left arm wide down the leg side bowler might be more appropriate.
It's quite obvious that Swann>Hauritz, now it's just getting ridiculous.
But Cherries> Oranges TBF
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Basically the only reason the Hauritz argument gathered any momentum AFAICS is because Swann bombed at Cardiff where Hauritz did well. Nevermind that Swann bowled England to victory twice in the rest of the series or anything.
But yeah, I'd be interested to see anyone still maintaining Hauritz is the better bowler.
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Hauritz is better. Swann's a pom.
To GIMH, Swann also bombed at Birmingham. Hauritz was the better spinner in that series.
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