View Poll Results: Whoi will be the better Ashes spinner

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  • Monty Panesar

    8 28.57%
  • Nathan Hauritz

    17 60.71%
  • Micheal Clarke to pwn both

    3 10.71%
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Thread: Monty Panesar v. Nathan Hauritz

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    Hauritz easily. Will **** all over Roger Ramjet too.
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    Panesar. I hate to say it. Hauritz is AWFUL

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    patel is better than both

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    Quote Originally Posted by DingDong View Post
    patel is better than both
    I'd say all three are equally crap. None of them have the ability to do the main job of a test spinner and be a consistent wicket-taking threat againts good batting sides on a turner/wearing 5th day wicket.


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    If they played the same amount of games I'd say Panesar, but from a England point of view, I hope I don't see Monty, apart from bringing out the drinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    That's what she said.


    Anyway, Hauritz IMO.

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    Ritz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacknife View Post
    If they played the same amount of games I'd say Panesar, but from a England point of view, I hope I don't see Monty, apart from bringing out the drinks.
    I have this strange theory that Monty will rout a local Aussie XI in a tour match and buy an additional 2 or 3 tests (aside form the Sydney test where he is the automatic 2nd spinner) on the back of that,whilst Hauritz will be limited to 2-3 wickets a test on the back of being the 'obvious' threat. Hence when all is said and done, Panesar might edge the wicket tally by 1 or 2.

    Its an absurd theory dependant on 2 big ifs I know, but I cannot completely remove it from my mind

    To complete the absurdity of my vote is that I suspect Michael Clarke can bowl better than people think, and he could mop up a few tails here and there, getting his overall Ashes wicket tally past Hauritz. Its highly unlikely I know, but not totally impossible
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