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Greatest Test XI::: S Gavaskar, M Hayden, D Bradman*, S Tendulkar, A Border, G Sobers, A Gilchrist, I Khan, S Warne, M Marshall, J Garner
Reserves: B Richards, V Richards, K Sangakkara, M Muralitharan
Greatest ODI XI::: A Gilchrist, S Tendulkar, R Ponting*, V Richards, M Dhoni, M Bevan, S Pollock, W Akram, S Warne, J Garner, M Muralitharan, A Donald
Reserves: A deVilliars, B Lara, R Hadlee, S Warne
One of Lara, Tendulkar or Ponting imo. Discuss.
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Stop trolling Burgey. Its obviously Bevan
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Wasim Akrams all round match winning performance in the 92 world cup final should count for a lot by itself.
For sheer brilliance Akram, but overall went Pollock, hard to go past that all-round record
Bowling - Wasim > Pollock
Batting - Pollock > Wasim
Fielding - Pollock > Wasim
Captaincy - Pollock = Wasim
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On a given day to bat and bowl for my life, Akram.
To perform consistently as an allrounder, Pollock.
Good question. It's funny I would have Akram in my all-time ODI XI and not Pollock. But as an overall package I rate Pollock over Akram.
polly's odi batting was good but not something that would be absolutley vital for a team's cause.
will be biased and say Wasim.
My world ODI XI would have McGrath, Wasim and Pollock as fast bowlers, backed up by Kallis to bowl seam. So both would fit in.
Wasim. He was a much bigger matchwinner than Pollock. Just ran through sides on his day.
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