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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
Batting a no-brainer:
Flower, A, Houghton & Goodwin
Spinner harder, but:
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- As featured in The Independent.
"I don't think that they'll come close to us to be honest."
- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Flower, Houghton, Goodwin
Strang (though Price was pretty unlucky his peak years Zimbabwe were out of the game)
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MO bats: Flower, Goodwin and Brian Davison.
Johnson got TWO votes, ****.
And he'll get another one now.
And for the spinner, I'll select Price.
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Flower, Houghton and Goodwin tower over the rest of Zim's batsmen.
I take it Hick is off limits for this selection? He was apart of the Zimbabwe 1983 World Cup squad, and did play a number of first class games for Zim against WI and SL XI's, before they got test status...
Strang gets my vote for his handy lower order swatting.
Flower, Johnson, Goodwin and Price
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