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    Nervous 90's batsmen

    Is it Slater, or Siddhu Perhaps

    Well, I am not looking for "statistics", but basically batsmen who are 'as per say" more prone or likely to get out in the 90's. Couldbe 190's, 290's. Batsmen u think might not make it to 100...there u go..nervoussssss 90's

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    Stephen Fleming must be up there surely...I think he's been out about 5 or 6 times in the 90's.

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    It's got to be Slater even though Waugh has the most 90's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sehwag309
    Is it Slater, or Siddhu Perhaps

    Who takes the crown
    Good question.

    Clem Hill once made consecutive scores of 99, 98 and 97; but Michael Slater holds the record for getting out most times in the 90s (9).

    Don't know why you think Siddhu is in contention, he only got out 4 times in the 90s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by a massive zebra
    Good question.

    Clem Hill once made consecutive scores of 99, 98 and 97; but Michael Slater holds the record for getting out most times in the 90s (9).

    Don't know why you think Siddhu is in contention, he only got out 4 times in the 90s.
    Well, I am not looking for "statistics", but basically batsmen who are 'as per say" more prone or likely to get out in the 90's. Couldbe 190's, 290's. Batsmen u think might not make it to 100...there u go..nervoussssss 90's

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    Slater, Fleming
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    It's a tricky one - a better way to look at it would be their 90:100 ratios, and I imagine Fleming would be near the top on that one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    It's a tricky one - a better way to look at it would be their 90:100 ratios, and I imagine Fleming would be near the top on that one?
    Steve Waugh - out 8 times in the 90s, with 32 hundreds. Ratio 1/4
    Michael Slater - out 9 times in the 90s, with 14 hundreds. Ratio 1/1.55
    Alvin Kallicharran - 7 90s, 12 100s. Ratio 1/1.71
    Rohan Kanhai - 6 90s, 15 100s. Ratio 1/2.5
    Rahul Dravid - 6 90s, 17 100s. Ratio 1/2.83
    Gordon Greenidge - 6 90s, 19 100s. Ratio 1/3.16
    Geoff Boycott - 5 90s, 22 100s. Ratio 1/4.4
    Clem Hill - 5 90s, 7 100s. Ratio 1/1.4
    Inzamam-ul-Haq - 5 90s, 19 100s. Ratio 1/3.8
    Ken Barrington - 5 90s, 20 100s. Ratio 1/4
    Sunil Gavaskar - 5 90s, 34 100s. Ratio 1/6.8
    Brian Lara - 5 90s, 26 100s. Ratio 1/5.2
    Sachin Tendulkar - 5 90s, 33 100s. Ratio 1/6.6
    David Boon - 4 90s, 21 100s. Ratio 1/5.25
    Stephen Fleming - 4 90s, 7 100s. Tatio 1/1.75
    Garry Sobers - 4 90s, 26 100s. Ratio 1/6.5
    Hashan Tillekeratne - 4 90s, 11 100s. Ratio 1/2.75
    Ian Chappel - 4 90s, 14 100s. Ratio 1/3.5
    Tom Graveney - 4 90s, 11 100s. Ratio 1/2.75
    Matthew Hayden - 4 90s, 18 100s. Ratio 1/4.5
    Javed Miandad - 4 90s, 23 100s. Ratio 1/5.75
    Majid Khan - 4 90s, 8 100s. Ratio 1/2
    Peter May - 4 90s, 13 100s. Ratio 1/3.25
    Ricky Ponting 4 90s, 20 100s. Ratio 1/5
    Richie Richardson - 4 90s, 16 100s. Ratio 1/4
    Navjot Siddhu - 4 90s, 9 100s. Ratio 1/2.25
    Bob Simpson - 4 90s, 10 100s. Ratio 1/2.5
    Mike Smith - 4 90s, 3 100s. Ratio 1/0.75
    Mark Taylor - 4 90s, 19 100s. Ratio 1/4.75
    JohnWright - 4 90s, 12 100s. Ratio 1/3
    Zaheer Abbas - 4 90s, 12 100s. Ratio 1/3.

    Don Bradman - 0 90s, 29 100s

    Innings where batsman made an undefeated score of 90-99 have been excluded. It appears that Mike Smith, Clem Hill, Michael Slater, Alvin Kallicharran and Stephen Fleming are the worst 'nervous 90s' players.
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    ah,but steve waugh has around 11 or 12 scores in the 90's...including not outs...that's quiet a few

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    Wow Poor Mike Smith thats all i can say
    Also that Bradman stat is very very impressive.

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    After watching Butcher, I wonder if there are any nervous 40's batsmen.

    What about Mark Richardson? 3 90's, 4 100's - wouldn't be surprised to see him enter that list soon enough.
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    With Slater it is not just statistical. He was all free flowing and exciting batting untill he hit 90. After that point you could see him get fidgety, nervous and just bloody awful.

    And it got far worse after people started talking about it - he'd just hit ninety and the wheels would fall off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim
    Stephen Fleming must be up there surely...I think he's been out about 5 or 6 times in the 90's.
    Offcourse, Flem will be right up there. He has fallen 6 times in the 90s with two 99s.
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    Richardsons getting higher on that list every tour.

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