Quite possibly. And those may well be the best alternatives too.
However, here are some other options that come to mind:
Stewart's 100 in the 1998/99 ashes when he was relieved of keeping duties
Hussain's 100 in the 2nd test in SL in 2001 after we had been slaughtered in Galle.
Hussain's 100 on what was at the time a horrible drop-in pitch in NZ when England had been 0 for 2.
Trescothick's huge 100 at Multan in 2005 which should have led to us winning the match.
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lack of DRS hurting India a bit
And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW
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One that which was silly though was Prior batting eight in the first innings once Jimmy was used as a nightwatchman. If you want to use a nightwatchman then that's fine, but if you do then you can't have Prior down at 8; Samit should've dropped down there instead.
OK, Sky, we get it. The BCCI are idiots and DRS would favour their spinners.
Stop discussing it every five minutes.
Although admittedly he was probably out in his first knock before he was given out wrongly.
Bairstow in for Bell and Monty in for Bres would be the way I'd go.
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