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Thread: Who will be James Anderson's 300th Test wicket?

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    Who will be James Anderson's 300th Test wicket?

    He's all set to do it in New Zealand, and will be only the fourth England bowler to the landmark - and the first for more than 25 years.

    Because I don't know which of the NZ batsmen are likely to be picked (even Taylor's out of the side now, isn't he?) I'm going with a bowler - Tim Southee.

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    Ross will be back hopefully, Maybe Jesse too. If they both play then the series might be more competitive than people expect. My pick for his 300th wicket is BJ Watling.
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    He won't take his 300th in New Zealand.
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    McCullum - does that double my chances?

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    Agree that predicting the Kiwi batsmen that'll play is the hard part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Agree that predicting the Kiwi batsmen that'll play is the hard part.
    McCullum really the only safe bet on that front.

    Couldn't shoot, root or electrocute the bastard.

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    I heard that McCullum dabbles in the Occult.

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    What odds will you give me for 'It won't happen in NZ'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    He won't take his 300th in New Zealand.
    Then he'll do it when you lot go to England 3 months later

    Anyway, Marin Guptil for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    McCullum - does that double my chances?
    Not really - Nathan hasn't played a Test yet has he? Patel and now Bruce Martin are ahead of him.Vettori's career is on a life-support system it seems,

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