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Now I feel like I shoved this thread in the wrong direction. ****.
Swann's a much, much better cricketer than Ajmal.
lol have to be absolutely off your head to advocate Swann over Ajmal in a current world XI.
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Agree with that. So many of his great knocks came as an opener and why the ECB wanted to **** with was beyond me at the time and remains so.
Stewart would have been a great opener if they'd left him there. Was as good a player of pace as anyone in his era. Making him keep and batting him down the order at 5 or 6 was a massive mistake, and they largely did it so they could play mediocre all rounders at 7.
To the OP:
Surely you can see the difference between being a home track bully as an Australian, opposed to a flat track bully as an Indian?
Australia still produces green tops, fast decks, and spinning ones.
Have a look at the thing India and England are currently playing on, it's a disgracefully flat pitch, the ball struggles to get above stump height........
Edit - Wrong thread!
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