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  • Stuart MacGill

    3 8.57%
  • Danish Kaneria

    8 22.86%
  • Anil Kumble

    18 51.43%
  • Chandana (ahem...)

    1 2.86%
  • Other

    5 14.29%
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    Leg Spin

    After the recent rise of Kaneria, and the recent resurgence of Kumble, I am wondering who you think is the best leggie in the world ATM apart from Warne.
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    Kumble and MacGill tieing for second.

    Danish Kaneria is the best young leggie going around at the moment in my view.
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    If Kumble continues to bowl like he did in Australia, I'd take him anyday over MacGill.

    I'm really hoping India give Amit Mishra a berth in the touring party to Pakistan.
    He looks a promising talent.

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    On form, easily Kumble.

    Given Warne has had 12 months off one could mount a case for Kumble being number 1........

    MacGill is a little behind Kumble.

    Kaneria a bit further back but making some serious headway.


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    Mushtaq Ahmed. He did outdone by the Pakistani selectors.

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    if you could choose the greatest spinner best ever, who would it be?:rolleyes:

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    You have already asked this once, Scott.:P

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    i think warne would be near the top, if not on it.

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    Definitely top for mine.

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    Lots of candidates for that one.

    Laker, O'Reilly, Benaud, Grimmett, Warne, Muralitharan, Bedi, Chandrasekhar, Prasanna, Venkat, Saqlain, Tayfield, Ramadhin, Valentine, Salisbury..
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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
    Lots of candidates for that one.

    Laker, O'Reilly, Benaud, Grimmett, Warne, Muralitharan, Bedi, Chandrasekhar, Prasanna, Venkat, Saqlain, Tayfield, Ramadhin, Valentine, Salisbury..
    You missed Middlebrook.

    On topic, I voted for Kaneria, although it was a close run thing between him and Kumble.

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    kumble 2nd. mushdaq ahmed 3rd

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    Mushtaq Ahmed?!

    Neil, I forgot to put "Other" as an option. Could you edit the poll, please?

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    Have done

    And voted for it, with the "other" being me - as a punishment for your failure to do it yourself

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    Cheers, Neil.

    Sorry I forgot to do it myself.

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