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    Pressure Players

    I've always thought that Inzamam ul Haq has really shone when in tight situations like in the Bangladesh thriller, who else always seems to shine when their team really needs them?
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    Ravi Rampaul. :P
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    Originally posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Ravi Rampaul. :P
    He made all the right impressions when he toured SA... but surely you cant judge him on one over, or is he very good domestically at finishing things off???

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    Waugh always got a good reputation for it, but statisticall wasn't as hot as he was talked up to be - still very good, nonetheless.

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    Originally posted by Neil Pickup
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    I agree there - He is certianly a very very promising player and has done the job a few times for us now.

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    Bevan, Sarwan and Fleming in odi's. As for bowling, Kyle Mills :P .
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    Mills did get carted but you can't fault him for bowling a brilliant leg stump yorker when the pressure was at its highest point.

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    I would say Gilchrist he performes under pressure extreamly well.

    He does not let the pressure effect his natrual game and soon enough the pressure that was on him is on the bowlers and he take's full advantage.

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