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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    India deals Ashwin well, last time I checked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    India deals Ashwin well, last time I checked.
    DWTA; they bat him too low and ruin his action by getting to bowl with that weird pausing thing in limited overs cricket.
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    World's-best-pace-attack-according-to-some-muppets

    JM Anderson 23 6 71 0 3.08

    SCJ Broad 24 1 97 0 4.04 (1nb)

    TT Bresnan 19 2 73 0 3.84
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    Nass implying that Jimmy and Broad should just be able to bowl yorkers whenever they please. Eh, no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    World's-best-pace-attack-according-to-some-muppets

    JM Anderson 23 6 71 0 3.08

    SCJ Broad 24 1 97 0 4.04 (1nb)

    TT Bresnan 19 2 73 0 3.84
    Did you see how South Africa went the other day?
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    Ok think will make it prediction sought of thing ....so multiple person allowed to pick an option

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Did you see how South Africa went the other day?
    Steyn >>>> Anderson, Philander > Broad, Morkel > Bresnan regardless..

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    World's-best-pace-attack-according-to-some-muppets

    JM Anderson 23 6 71 0 3.08

    SCJ Broad 24 1 97 0 4.04 (1nb)

    TT Bresnan 19 2 73 0 3.84
    This is just a straight up troll, weldone. I don't think England have the best pace attack in world cricket, but if I did, them not performing in one innings wouldn't exactly change my mind, especially on a pitch that offered them as little as this one. The team I think actually does have the best pace attack in world cricket hardly covered themselves in glory in the last innings they bowled in either, and that was on a pitch that was at least offering them carry against realistically a similar batting lineup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    Steyn >>>> Anderson, Philander > Broad, Morkel > Bresnan regardless..
    So by your own admission the English are still right up there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    DWTA; they bat him too low and ruin his action by getting to bowl with that weird pausing thing in limited overs cricket.
    Batting position is debatable until now (even though I personally would have Ashwin ahead of Dhoni, just) and he's strong enough to change his game to suit the format...

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    How high does Ashwin bat domestically?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    How high does Ashwin bat domestically?
    Six usually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Six usually.
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