Adam Maher obviously.
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Moeen is a perfectly fine bowler FFS
2. Michael Slater (1st iteration)
5. Brad Hodge (?)
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Damien Fleming...he should have gotten more chance..best conventional swing bowler of the 90s..atleast could have been..
Wayne Phillips is one of my favourite batsman of the 80s, and was huge talent as this innings suggests - 120 off 197 balls at Bridgetown, 1984.
3rd Test: West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown, Mar 30-Apr 4, 1984 | Cricket Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
But for some stupid reason he was turned from an opening batsman into a wicket-keeper by the selectors/Kim Hughes, and consequently lost form. He was dumped after 27 Tests.
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Going with Bailey as he's not in the test side.
#J.Hobbs; #L.Hutton; #D.Bradman; #V.Richards; #G.Sobers; #A.Border; #A.Gilchrist; #K.Miller; #I.Khan; #S.Warne; #M.Marshall;
Martin Love, to some extent.
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Martin Love is up there. I thought Lehmann could've played more tests.... he would be a handy all-rounder right now....
Andrew Symonds 143*
May as well just rename it pattat0 XI.
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