You have another Blakus.
Edit....oops, you knew that!
Last edited by watson; 27-09-2012 at 02:09 AM.
1. Len Hutton 2. Jack Hobbs 3. Ted Dexter 4. Peter May 5. Walter Hammond 6. Ian Botham 7. Alan Knott 8. Maurice Tate 9. Hedley Verity 10. John Snow 11. Fred Trueman
01. Len Hutton
03. Walter Hammond
04. Dudley Nourse
08. Andy Roberts
09. Dennis Lillee
10. Courtney Walsh
Watson dominating this.
"I will go down as Darren Sammy, the one who always smiles" - Darren Sammy
You have three very attacking fast bowlers Blackus. Which two would you open the attack with?
Lindwalls' fast outswingers combined with Garners' disconcerting bounce sounds ideal to me.
Adcock makes for a relentless first change and Verity will keep them bottled-up. One of the better attacks I've made
Unpicked in previous drafts - Colin Cowdrey
Last edited by Marcuss; 27-09-2012 at 09:02 AM.
Excellent pick from Watson yet again. Would have gone Walsh over Adcock by a long way, myself.
I'll take another West Indian quick via the 'debut after WWII' clause in Michael Holding.
4. Jacques Kallis (5)
5. Clyde Walcott+
6. Keith Miller (2)
8. Kapil Dev (3)
10. Michael Holding (1)
11. Sydney Barnes (4)
Clause: Bowled Bradman in tests
4th Test: Australia v England at Adelaide, Jan 29-Feb 4, 1937 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
3. George Headley
4. Javed Miandad
5. Steve Waugh
8. Mike Procter
9. Gubby Allen
11. Glenn McGrath
Originally Spoken by Brendon McCullum
You have got to earn the right to be aggressive.Supporting XI
Soumya Sarkar, Pinak Ghosh, Mominul Haque, Mosaddek Hossain, Nazmul Hossain, Shabbir, Nurul Hasan, Mehedi Miraz, Abu Hider, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman
Well done. He was sitting there for ages. I thought everyone had forgotten him, and I was hoping I'd get him very late.
Really versatile bowling attack you have there. The inclusion of Miller, Dev, Kallis and Walcott as quality all rounders means you have a fair bit of flexibility now. Well played!
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