Brian Lara - 9
Michael Bevan - 5
Dean Jones - 3
MS Dhoni - 3
Javed Miandad - 2
Kevin Pietersen - 1
Glenn McGrath - 6
Shane Bond - 5
Allan Donald - 3
Richard Hadlee - 3
Waqar Younis - 3
Brett Lee - 1
Shaun Pollock - 1
Shane Warne - 1
Team Thus Far
1. Adam Gilchrist
2. Sachin Tendulkar
3. Ricky Ponting
4. Vivian Richards
5. Brian Lara
8. Wasim Akram
9. Muttiah Muralitharan
10. Glenn McGrath
11. Joel Garner
Select The #6 & #7
Michael Bevan, Chris Cairns, Michael Clarke, Hansie Cronje, AB De Villiers, MS Dhoni, Andrew Flintoff, Richard Hadlee, Michael Hussey, Imran Khan, Kapil Dev, Lance Klusener, Clive Lloyd, Kevin Pietersen, Shahid Afridi, Shaun Pollock, Andrew Symonds,
- Ponting, Richards, Lara and Lloyd all brilliant fieldsmen. Vital in ODIs imo.
Last edited by Monk; 14-02-2013 at 07:15 PM.
Number seven is a bit harder, I guess. I'll go with Lance Klusener.
Need a good bat at No.7 because of the long tail.
Kallis and Waugh can share the 5th bowler duties. And Waugh won't crack under pressure when chasing a big total.
Last edited by watson; 14-02-2013 at 08:12 PM.
Not sold on the batting order of 9,10,11.
Bevan at 6 and 7 is a bit difficult but I'll go for Dev.
Probably switch McGrath and Garner
Kapil Dec averaged 27 with the bat. I don't don't think that this good enough considering who follows at 8-9-10-11.
Also, I must say at this stage that Richard Hadlee (or even Shaun Pollock) fell into the category of bleeding obvious with respect to that No.8 spot. Too late to go back now though.
Last edited by watson; 14-02-2013 at 08:24 PM.
Also need to be a proper bowler seeing as Sachin looks to be the best option in the top 6...
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Also, I'd like to leave the destructive hitting to Richards and Lara. With a line-up of decent batsman after them they are more free to 'let loose'. With only Bevan and Dev to follow they have no choice but to be inhibited.
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