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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    I like this team. I'd make one change though - MS Dhoni for Knott, and move him to 7.
    I agree to an extent anyway; Dhoni should definitely be in that side. I don't really rate his batting at all though so I don't agree with moving him up to 7. He should bat at 9 as a specialist wicket keeper. There are really no other serious alternatives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I agree to an extent anyway; Dhoni should definitely be in that side. I don't really rate his batting at all though so I don't agree with moving him up to 7. He should bat at 9 as a specialist wicket keeper. There are really no other serious alternatives.
    Ok, I will concede the point of the batting order. Fair enough. But has there been a better gloveman over 75 Tests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    I like this team. I'd make one change though - MS Dhoni for Knott, and move him to 7.
    Yes. THIS is the way to make the team better. Spot on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    Shane Warne would be a better option for above 25 average than Abdul Qadir. Abdul Qadir can fit into the above 30 category.
    In the above 25 category, the spinners need to average above 30 (that's what the OP said). So, I picked Prasanna. Qadir was my reserve.

    Similarly, in the above 30 category, spinners need to average above 35.


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    In the converse, what's the worst team you can put together with batsmen averaging over 50 and bowlers under 25? (Spinners <30, wicketkeepers>30)

    1. Charles Bannerman
    2. Brendon Kurrupu
    3. Charlie Davis
    4. Ronnie Grieveson
    5. Cotar Ramaswami
    6. Moises Henriques
    7. Matthew Wade
    8. Neil McGarrell
    9. Richard Johnson
    10. Neil Mallender
    11. Mfuneko Ngam

    Moises picked as a specialist bat.

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    Pretty sure Albie Morkel has a Test batting average in the high 50s.

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    Under 50, over 25:

    1. Boycott
    2. Simpson
    3. Kanhai
    4. Harvey
    5. Inzamam-ul-haq
    6. Lloyd (c)
    7. Gilchrist (wk)
    8. Botham
    9. Harbhajan Singh
    10. Roberts
    11. Shoaib Akhtar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    In the converse, what's the worst team you can put together with batsmen averaging over 50 and bowlers under 25? (Spinners <30, wicketkeepers>30)

    1. Charles Bannerman
    2. Brendon Kurrupu
    3. Charlie Davis
    4. Ronnie Grieveson
    5. Cotar Ramaswami
    6. Moises Henriques
    7. Matthew Wade
    8. Neil McGarrell
    9. Richard Johnson
    10. Neil Mallender
    11. Mfuneko Ngam

    Moises picked as a specialist bat.
    Was a good bat as well as a brilliant keeper.
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    Below 40 batting, above 30 bowling, 35+ for spinners.

    Mike Atherton
    Aamir Sohail
    Nasser Hussein
    Carl Hooper
    Arjuna Ranatunga
    Brendan McCullum
    Brian McMillan
    Andrew Flintoff
    John Bracewell
    James Anderson
    Ray Price

    Pretty happy with this team, although Jonty Rhodes for Ranatunga might be a decent shout to improve the fielding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    1. WG Grace
    2. Trevor Goddard
    3. Bruce Mitchell
    4. Herb Taylor
    5. Neil Harvey
    6. Frank Worrell
    7. Adam Gilchrist
    8. Ian Botham
    9. Vinoo Mankad
    10. Kapil Dev
    11. Wes Hall

    EDIT: So yeah, close to Howe's side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    In the converse, what's the worst team you can put together with batsmen averaging over 50 and bowlers under 25? (Spinners <30, wicketkeepers>30)

    1. Charles Bannerman
    2. Brendon Kurrupu
    3. Charlie Davis
    4. Ronnie Grieveson
    5. Cotar Ramaswami
    6. Moises Henriques
    7. Matthew Wade
    8. Neil McGarrell
    9. Richard Johnson
    10. Neil Mallender
    11. Mfuneko Ngam

    Moises picked as a specialist bat.
    Abul Hasan as a specialist bat
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    In the converse, what's the worst team you can put together with batsmen averaging over 50 and bowlers under 25? (Spinners <30, wicketkeepers>30)

    1. Charles Bannerman
    2. Brendon Kurrupu
    3. Charlie Davis
    4. Ronnie Grieveson
    5. Cotar Ramaswami
    6. Moises Henriques
    7. Matthew Wade
    8. Neil McGarrell
    9. Richard Johnson
    10. Neil Mallender
    11. Mfuneko Ngam

    Moises picked as a specialist bat.
    I wonder what's the worst one you can name with a minimum number of tests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    In the converse, what's the worst team you can put together with batsmen averaging over 50 and bowlers under 25? (Spinners <30, wicketkeepers>30)

    1. Charles Bannerman
    2. Brendon Kurrupu
    3. Charlie Davis
    4. Ronnie Grieveson
    5. Cotar Ramaswami
    6. Moises Henriques
    7. Matthew Wade
    8. Neil McGarrell
    9. Richard Johnson
    10. Neil Mallender
    11. Mfuneko Ngam

    Moises picked as a specialist bat.
    Bannerman is very highly rated. He was the best Aussie batsman of his time. I am not sure he would fit in there.

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