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    Records for recent Australian bowling groups

    Hey everyone . . .

    Wondering if anyone can assist with the following information . . . or alternatively point me to where the info can be located.

    How many tests did McGrath/Gillespie/Lee play together?
    How many test wickets did they take while playing in the one team?
    What was the strike rate?

    AND . . . comparing the above data to this data . . .

    How many tests have Starc/Hazelwood/Cummins played together?
    How many test wickets have they taken while playing in the one team?
    What is their strike rate?

    Thanks all. John.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_o_h_n View Post
    Hey everyone . . .

    Wondering if anyone can assist with the following information . . . or alternatively point me to where the info can be located.

    How many tests did McGrath/Gillespie/Lee play together?
    How many test wickets did they take while playing in the one team?
    What was the strike rate?

    AND . . . comparing the above data to this data . . .

    How many tests have Starc/Hazelwood/Cummins played together?
    How many test wickets have they taken while playing in the one team?
    What is their strike rate?

    Thanks all. John.
    your answers are in here Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    and here Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    I don't know how to group the numbers and disclude everyone else. If anyone knows can you post the search criteria that does this?

    I make that McGrath and co took 243 wickets in 22 matches at 11.04 wickets per match and a strike rate of 13438 balls for 243 wickets = 55.30.
    Hazlewood and Co took 102 wickets in 8 matches at 12.75 wickets per match and a strike rate of 5282 balls for 102 wickets = 51.78

    Interesting!

    I'd be interested to see how the numbers pan out adding Warne and Lyon to complete the attacks but couldn't be arsed right now.
    Last edited by Victor Ian; 06-12-2018 at 01:49 AM.

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    Hazlewood an Co have not played 8 tests yet as the stats are including the current game

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    This is brilliant Victor. Thank you. :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor Ian View Post
    your answers are in here Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    and here Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    I don't know how to group the numbers and disclude everyone else. If anyone knows can you post the search criteria that does this?

    I make that McGrath and co took 243 wickets in 22 matches at 11.04 wickets per match and a strike rate of 13438 balls for 243 wickets = 55.30.
    Hazlewood and Co took 102 wickets in 8 matches at 12.75 wickets per match and a strike rate of 5282 balls for 102 wickets = 51.78

    Interesting!

    I'd be interested to see how the numbers pan out adding Warne and Lyon to complete the attacks but couldn't be arsed right now.
    Hopefully these links work:

    Hazlewood + Starc + Cummins
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    Hazlewood + Starc + Cummins + Lyon
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    Total Attack when all four play (i.e. includes part-timer numbers)
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    ---

    McGrath + Gillespie + Lee
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    McGrath + Gillespie + Lee + Warne
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    Total attack when all four play (i.e. includes part-timer numbers)
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo
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    And, of interest, overall bowling results for games involving all of:

    McGrath + Gillespie + Kasprowicz + Warne
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    Johnson + Harris + Siddle + Lyon
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    Lee + Johnson + Clark
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    McGrath + Warne + Reiffel
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo

    McGrath + Warne + Fleming
    Bowling records | Test matches | Cricinfo Statsguru | ESPNcricinfo
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    My analysis is that Kasprowicz should be as noteworthy as Lee, and Reiffel is quite possibly the most underrated Test cricketer of all time.

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    So true. Reiffel was a gun.
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    Yep and he also strategically dropped a catch over the boundary in 1999 to ensure we had the greatest world cup match of all time in the semi final.

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    Thanks AT.

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    Thanks Dan

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    Kasprowicz and Fleming were both better than Lee
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    So was Bichel, though the other two were better than him as well.

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    It always annoyed me that Lee got picked over Bichel.

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    Bichel and Kasprowicz were such an effective new ball partnership for Queensland, at more than one stage it almost seemed like they were fighting eachother for one spot in the Australian setup
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