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    Peter Such vs Pat Symcox

    Who was the match winner off break bowler for you between these two

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    Symcox was OK on tracks that helped. Such was dire on any pitch. Symcox can bat as well. But both are insult to the craft they bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Migara View Post
    But both are insult to the craft they bowl.
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    Peter Such was a decent bowler - would have won plenty more caps had he been better with the bat

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    Symcox was a good lollipop bowler.

    Never seen the other guy bowl

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    What was Pat Symcox? Seemed to play every game against India at one time. But his bowling stats are atrocious for someone who was a regular. He did more with bat than with ball in fact.
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    This is symcox's claim to fame. Number 11 in the deepest batting lineup in history. Some of the top 5 went on to good careers, but at the time the bottom 5 were light years ahead as bats.

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    Neither, next question.

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    Australia was Such's bunny iirc
    cricket rules brah

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    Such was strange, wasn't a world beater by any means but almost always managed to lift when playing Australia. Makes him the opposite of every other English player of the era except perhaps Dean Headley
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    Couple of massively slept on bowlers here. Such was quality, possibly should have been given an extended run during the mid-90s as I feel we never saw the best of him at international level.

    Loved big Pat Symcox, the cricketing world needs more characters like him. Always managed to weedle out a key wicket too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy101 View Post
    Loved big Pat Symcox, the cricketing world needs more characters like him. Always managed to weedle out a key wicket too.
    *whispers*
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyCowCorner1 View Post
    *whispers*
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    No need to whisper, brotherman. Rakheem's name should be shouted from rooftops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy101 View Post
    No need to whisper, brotherman. Rakheem's name should be shouted from rooftops!
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