Hutton | Hobbs | Bradman* | Richards^ | Tendulkar | Sobers5^ | Gilchrist+ | Khan3 | Marshall1 | Warne4^ | McGrath2
Sutcliffe | Gavaskar* | Headley | Chappell^ | Lara^ | Kallis5^ | Knott+ | Hadlee3 | Ambrose2 | Lillee1 | Muralitharan4
Greenidge | Richards^ | Ponting^ | Pollock | Hammond^ | Worrell5* | Waite+ | Akram3 | Steyn1 | Holding2 | O'Reilly4
Morris | Simpson^ | Sangakkara | Weekes^ | Border*^ | Walcott+ | Faulkner5 | Laker4 | Trueman1 | Garner3 | Donald2
Goddard & Haynes
Adcock, Fazal and Flintoff
Swings the ball at pace, top quality player aside from the obvious impediment.
Rapid, dangerous and menacing. Qualities I love in a fast bowler.
Obviously a very classy bowler in his time. Not sure where really to rate him, but would love to slide him into this team. It will probably also help this side with the simming process, with his stats!
Classy batsman, scores in a 360 arena.
Great leader, and willed himself towards victory and contribution however he could, much respect.
"If that Swann lad is the future of spin bowling in this country, then we're ****ed." - Nasser Hussain, 1997.
Gillespie, Tyson, Flintoff.
Bond, Tyson and Fazal would make a pace attcak for all wickets and conditions
For the opening bats Stewie Dempster and Roy Fredericks, not because Fredericks was particularly good, but he was great entertainment
Spofforth, Tyson, B Johnston
Eddie Barlow and Conrad Hunte for the openers
Fred Spofforth, Neil Adcock and George Lohmann for my pace attack
Anwar- fantastic left-handed stylist who is often underrated.
Barlow- about time he got picked, his stubborn resistance will go well with Anwar's flair.
Tyson- could have been an all-time great had it not been for injury. Very, very fast by all reports. Unstoppable in the second innings, too.
Lohmann- often unplayable with his medium-fast seamers.
Spofforth- definitely a fast and furious bowler who has earned his place in history with the nickname of 'demon bowler'.
Oh for a strong arm and a walking stick
Gillespie, Willis and Tyson
Anwar and Haynes
Goddard & Dempster to open.
Lohmann, Adcock & Bond for the pace attack.
Results are in.
I rate Haynes highly, but just think it was the perfect opportunity to play the South African pair who have experience opening together.
World J XI
1. Trevor Goddard
2. Eddie Barlow
9. George Lohmann
10. Frank Tyson
11. Neil Adcock
1) Select batsman 3-5
2) Select a spinner
Suggested middle order batsman
Zaheer Abbas, Mohinder Amarnath, Warwick Armstrong, Mohammad Azharuddin, Ian Bell, Colin Bland, Ian Chappell, Michael Clarke, Colin Cowdrey, Daryl Cullinan, Aravinda de Silva, AB de Villiers, Kumar Duleepsinhji, Sourav Ganguly, Tom Graveney, Lindsay Hassett, Vijay Hazare, Clem Hill, Stanley Jackson, Douglas Jardine, Mahela Jayawardene, Alvin Kallicharan, Younus Khan, VVS Laxman, Saleem Malik, Damien Martyn, Mushtaq Mohammad, Seymour Nourse, Norman O'Neill, Eddie Paynter, Richie Richardson, Lawrence Rowe, Thilan Samaraweera, Arthur Shrewsbury, Robin Smith, Herbie Taylor, Graeme Thorpe, Dilip Vengsarkar, Gundappa Viswanath, Mark Waugh, Frank Woolley, Mohammad Yousuf
Saeed Ajmal, Bishan Bedi, Charlie Blythe, Johnny Briggs, Bhajwath Chandrasekhar, Subhash Gupte, Tony Lock, Stuart MacGill, Vinoo Mankad, Saqlain Mushtaq, Bobby Peel, Erapalli Prasanna, Abdul Qadir, Iqbal Qasim, Sonny Ramadhin, Wilfred Rhodes, Harbajhan Singh, Graeme Swann, Hugh Trumble, Derek Underwood, Alf Valentine, Daniel Vettori, Johnny Wardle
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