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But it shouldn't matter in the hypotetical question of which of McGrath @ his best vs Waqar @ his best would a captain want in an XI.
I would say you are definately in the minority with this POV T_C.Originally Posted by Top_Cat
No no, you don't just say that T_C, you have to argue back and forth.. Keep it going forever, cos...
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Weird. Last i checked the main aim of CW was to talk/argue/debate cricket though.
Don't forget to collect your sense of humour on your way out. You've plainly left it at the door.
I really, really missed you. My heart was heavy while you were gone..
I would go more like Mcgrath>akhtar>younis,
Shoaib stats are one of the best in mordern era of cricket on flat pitches,mcgrath there is nothing to say coming to younis -
His home record-http://stats.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/43543.html?class=1;filter=advanced;home_or_away=1; orderby=default;template=results;type=allround
At home most of his wickets are against west indies,srilanka,zimbabwe,newzealand who even then were not world beaters in tests.
At Away-http://stats.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/43543.html?class=1;filter=advanced;home_or_away=2; orderby=default;template=results;type=allround
Again australia were the best team then and his record in australia does not do favour to his talent,In india he has played just 2 matches anyway.
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