The first bowling category I'm going to look at is the strength of team's pace attacks. From best to worst I rank them as follows:
Pothas - As if it wouldn't be bad enough with Holding, McGrath and Bond coming at you, having Botham at 2nd change makes this pace attack formidable.
Pskov - 2 greats of the 80s added to the best left-arm quick in ODI history - this lot would be tricky to face.
Noble One - 5 front-line seamers to choose from, so quantity makes up for a slight lack in quality from Klusener and Harvey.
B]honestbharani[/B] - Another 4-prong attack which would work well together, and allow Waqar the chance be used when most useful.
weldone - Only 3 seamers here, and the consistency of Vaas does slightly detract from the sheer class of Ambrose and Pollock.
Cevno - Another 3 man seam team, loses out to weldone because the 3 are all behind weldone's top 2.
Himannv - Suffers from the same problem as weldone, with Mathews as 1st change.
Blakus - The back-up of Agarkar and Kallis makes this a solid quartet, albeit not spectacular enough to be higher up.
G.I.Joe - Unlike Noble One's 5 men, G.I.Joe suffers from a relative lack of star quality, only Lee really being able to compete with the best.
Somerset - Even assuming Sobers is the 3rd seamer, this side is weaker than the rest for me.