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    Would Australians want Ojha? Some decent shield quick not in serious contention for a first XI selection would do just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Would Australians want Ojha? Some decent shield quick not in serious contention for a first XI selection would do just fine.
    Hilfenhaus?

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    Already 30 but I'd take that. Wouldn't mind Bollinger either, though I'm not too sure how good both their recent forms have been.

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    New Zealand's Wagner or Gillespie for SL's Mendis (the spinner).


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    Would Australia take Luke Ronchi back for Jackson Bird?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
    Would Australia take Luke Ronchi back for Jackson Bird?
    We might as well just use Chris Hartley and keep J-Bird for ourselves in that case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Pujara/Kohli for Pattinson.

    Would any fans from either team take this? Curious.

    Think I would. Patto is going to be amazing, and Kohli living in Australia would allow more stalk time. Win/win.
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    Would have thought they would want at least two decent batsmen or another bowler for Pattinson.

    Think they would swap him for, say Panesar and Trott? Possibly not worth it for England though.
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    I feel the trade favours India but I'd do it anyway...

    Pothas, I feel that trade is actually worse given their ages (!)
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    If there was a draft, this'd be tempting to both countries I reckon.

    Would be funny to see Patto walk straight in to India's ATG team though.

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    I honestly think they would seriously consider it now. Yes Patto is going to be a deadset gun, but you have to give something to get something. And they could really use one of Pujara or Kohli right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    Well your main need is a decent #6 IMO. Or #2.

    Yes it's not like the batting lineup's inexperienced in general, but there are some gaps and you should get someone that's not that young due to the presence of Taylor, Bairstow and Root.
    The rest of the batting lineup is filled with vastly experienced Test players. KP and Cook should pass 100 Tests during this double header and Bell won't be far behind. Off the top of my head Trott's played 47 Tests, Prior around 70. Root and Bairstow are surrounded by experienced batsmen, so I'm not sure who the **** we're supposed to be trading for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
    New Zealand's Wagner or Gillespie for SL's Mendis (the spinner).
    At least try to scam them...

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    Would Australia take Luke Ronchi back for Jackson Bird?
    We don't need even more bowlers....
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    Jeets doesn't really deserve to be bowling.
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    Well yeah Tendy is probably better than Bradman, but Bradman was 70 years ago, if he grew up in the modern era he'd still easily be the best. Though he wasn't, can understand the argument for Tendy even though I don't agree.
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    Biggest boost to England would be a consistent second/third seamer or a no.6 better than Bairstow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daemon View Post
    Biggest boost to England would be a consistent second/third seamer or a no.6 better than Bairstow.
    A 3rd seamer staying fit/in form for more than one series has been a problem for a long time. Bairstow is doing ok this summer, needs a big score now though.

    Lets be honest, only the real great sides end up with a brilliant top 6 or a fantastic bowling attack at the same time and this England side isn't one of them so the odd flaw is acceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
    Would Australia take Luke Ronchi back for Jackson Bird?
    Bird is staying put. Ronchi for Watson?

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    I'd take that, even if Twatto never played a test for us. We desperately need an ODI allrounder.

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    Far from convinced Ronchi would play for us.

    We can ask more for Watson, he's still a gun limited overs all-rounder.
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    Well when Haddin and Watling are better players than you then your chances in either country look limited.

    I'd say he's the number two over here and I guess over there it would depend on how much they hate Wade's catching. Wade is the better batsman but a worse gloveman. Don't know enough about your other keepers to comment.

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