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,
AndyZaltzHair:- Viv Richards, Imran Khan, Andy Roberts, Shoaib Akhtar, Jonty Rhodes, Mark Boucher, Carl Hooper, Glenn Turner, Mushtaq Ahmed, Robin Smith,
AldoRaine18:- Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, Michael Holding, Malcolm Marshall, Yuvraj Singh, Graeme Smith, Virat Kohli, Abdul Qadir, Allan Border, Dale Steyn,
smalishah84:- Joel Garner, Hashim Amla, Courtney Walsh, Javed Miandad, Mohammad Yusuf, Chaminda Vaas, Rahul Dravid, Stephen Fleming, Romesh Kaluwitharana, Gavin Larsen,
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,
kingkallis:- Brian Lara, Allan Donald, Andrew Flintoff, Saeed Anwar, Virender Sehwag, Damien Martyn, Moin Khan, Jason Gillespie, Jacob Oram, Brad Hogg,
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
11. Waqar Younis
Ian Bishop for my next selection please
Charter 77 So Far
Andy Flower (+)
Steve Waugh (*)
And smalishah's avatar is the most classy one by far Jan certainly echoes the sentiments of CW
Yeah we don't crap in the first world; most of us would actually have no idea what that was emanating from Ajmal's backside. Why isn't it roses and rainbows like what happens here? PEWS's retort to Ganeshran on Daemon's picture depicting Ajmal's excreta
RIP Phil Hughes. Forever 63*
Rashid Latif +
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RIP Philip Hughes - 1988-2014
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New order SK?
Team so far:
01. Marcus Trescothick
02. Brendan McCullum+
03. Aravinda de Silva
05. Clive Lloyd
06. Neil Fairbrother
07. Chris Harris
08. Wasim Akram
09. Zaheer Khan
11. Saqlain Mushtaq
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.
11. de Villiers
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Rejecting 'analysis by checklist' and 'skill absolutism' since Dec '09
Rejecting 'selection deontology' since Mar '15
Moeen is a perfectly fine bowler FFS
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'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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