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    Quote Originally Posted by AldoRaine18 View Post
    Sehwag suffers against bowlers who can move the ball sharply. I have lost the count the number of times that guy tried to play the ball outside off stump and dragging it back to the stump and getting bowled.
    Alternately, on numerous occasions I have seen him smash quicks that move the ball sharply over third man for six.

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    Howe_zat:- Glenn McGrath, Sanath Jayasuriya, Shane Bond, Martin Crowe, Mahela Jayawardene, Garry Sobers, Ian Healy, Anil Kumble, Paul Collingwood,

    Prince EWS:- Kapil Dev, Jacaques Kallis, Chris Cairns, Nick Knight, Gordon Greenidge, Allan Lamb, Graeme Swann, Fanie De Villiers, Graham Thorpe,

    Himannv:- Wasim Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq, Aravinda De Silva, Brendon McCullum, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Clive Lloyd, Neil Fairbrother, Marcus Trescothick, Chris Harris,

    Cabinet96:- Shaun Pollock, AB De Villiers, Michael Hussey, Saeed Ajmal, Darren Gough, Gautam Gambhir, Jonathan Trott, Eoin Morgan, Morne Morkel,

    8ankitj:- Muttiah Muralitharan, Shane Watson, Zaheer Abbas, Michael Clarke, Desmond Haynes, Craig McDermott, Rashid Latif, Ewen Chatfield, Ramnaresh Sarwan,

    Michaelf7777777:- Shane Warne, Lance Klusner, Andy Flower, Lasith Malinga, Steve Waugh, Angelo Matthews, Abdul Razzaq, Nathan Astle, Jesse Ryder,

    Agent TBY:- MS Dhoni, Chris Gayle, Brett Lee,

    Saint Kopite:- Michael Bevan, Waqar Younis, Kumar Sangakkara, Sourav Ganguly, Greg Chappell, Heath Streak, Herschelle Gibbs, Shahid Afridi, Daniel Vettori, Hansie Cronje,

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    AldoRaine18:- Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, Michael Holding, Malcolm Marshall, Yuvraj Singh, Graeme Smith, Virat Kohli, Abdul Qadir, Allan Border, Dale Steyn,

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    Blakus:- Adam Gilchrist, Richard Hadlee, Andrew Symonds, Kevin Pietersen, Matthew Hayden, Shakib Al Hasan, Nathan Bracken, Colin Croft, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Arjuna Ranatunga,

    Monk:- Sachin Tendulkar, Curtly Ambrose, Dean Jones, Dennis Lillee, Ian Botham, Brad Haddin, Simon O'Donnell, Darren Lehmann, Ross Taylor, Peter Taylor,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monk View Post
    Alternately, on numerous occasions I have seen him smash quicks that move the ball sharply over third man for six.
    On flat Indian pitches. His record is miserable in England, Australia and South Africa.

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    Thoughts?

    1. Sourav Ganguly [C]
    2. Herschelle Gibbs
    3. Kumar Sangakkara [+]
    4. Greg Chappell
    5. Hansie Cronje
    6. Michael Bevan
    7. Shahid Afridi
    8. Heath Streak
    9. Daniel Vettori
    10.
    11. Waqar Younis


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    Ian Bishop for my next selection please

    Charter 77 So Far

    Jesse Ryder
    Nathan Astle
    Andy Flower (+)
    Steve Waugh (*)
    Angelo Matthews
    Lance Klusner
    Abdul Razzaq
    Shane Warne
    Lasith Malinga
    Ian Bishop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kopite View Post
    Thoughts?

    1. Sourav Ganguly [C]
    2. Herschelle Gibbs
    3. Kumar Sangakkara [+]
    4. Greg Chappell
    5. Hansie Cronje
    6. Michael Bevan
    7. Shahid Afridi
    8. Heath Streak
    9. Daniel Vettori
    10.
    11. Waqar Younis
    Decent batting but expect the bowling to get carted around a fair bit when facing batsmen of ATG caliber.

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    Ajay Jadeja

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    So far...

    Desmond Haynes
    Shane Watson
    Ramnaresh Sarwan
    Zaheer Abbas
    Michael Clarke
    Ajay Jadeja
    Rashid Latif +
    -
    Ewen Chatfield
    Craig McDermot
    Muttiah Muralitharan
    Last edited by ankitj; 10-11-2012 at 05:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    This English top three are cornflakes. They're not the most exciting thing out but they're pretty effective. Then the middle order are the sugar. Would be too much on their own but added to the cornflakes they add some much needed interest

    When KP returns he will be the banana..

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    New order SK?

    Team so far:

    01. Marcus Trescothick
    02. Brendan McCullum+
    03. Aravinda de Silva
    04. Inzamam-ul-Haq
    05. Clive Lloyd
    06. Neil Fairbrother
    07. Chris Harris
    08. Wasim Akram
    09. Zaheer Khan
    10.
    11. Saqlain Mushtaq

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    This will be a surprise pick to most given I already have a deep batting lineup but I'm going to pick Andrew Hall. He was a tremendously under-rated ODI player in general, particularly as a bowler, and in fact I regard him right up there as a great death bowler. He's probably not going to win me too many votes, but I think it'll improve my side to have a specialist end of innings bowler to call upon.

    1. Greenidge
    2. Knight
    3. Kallis
    4. Lamb
    5. Thorpe
    6. Cairns
    7. Kapil
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    9. Hall
    10. Swann
    11. de Villiers
    Last edited by Prince EWS; 11-11-2012 at 02:04 AM.
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    Good team Cribb. Among others, Fanie de Villiers is an interesting choice. He was quite an underrated bowler and better in limited overs than tests iirc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Himannv View Post
    Good team Cribb. Among others, Fanie de Villiers is an interesting choice. He was quite an underrated bowler and better in limited overs than tests iirc.
    I didn't pick the first half of my team myself or I would've liked another specialist seamer or a more aggressive top three batsman instead of ending with Kapil and Cairns, plus Greenidge and Knight, especially in combination with Kallis who's a anchor batsman and a fifth bowler himself anyway, but I've still essentially made it a Cribbite one day team from there with five frontline bowlers, four of which can bat down the order.

    I've always liked that idea of picking bowling allrounders in ODI cricket from #7 (or #6 if you can find one good enough to bat ahead of the keeper) down to #9 who can just finish off the innings with some aggressive batting and then bowl out without worrying about part-timers having to make up ten somewhere. Part-timers IMO should be used if a bowler if having an off day or the pitch is really favouring a particular bowling style; they shouldn't be part of Plan A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Himannv View Post
    New order SK?

    Team so far:

    01. Marcus Trescothick
    02. Brendan McCullum+
    03. Aravinda de Silva
    04. Inzamam-ul-Haq
    05. Clive Lloyd
    06. Neil Fairbrother
    07. Chris Harris
    08. Wasim Akram
    09. Zaheer Khan
    10.
    11. Saqlain Mushtaq
    Nice one, mate. Remember Harris always being a pain in the ass in middle overs.

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