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    NEW PWC Ratings

    Test Bowling
    1 Muralitharan 886 22.76
    2 Harmison 864 24.95
    3 Pollock 837 21.46
    4 Shoaib 826 24.47
    5 McGrath 805 21.61
    6 Warne 762 25.47
    7 Kumble 751 28.22
    8 Gillespie 740 25.71
    9 Ntini 722 29.67
    10 Harbhajan 635 28.47

    Test Batting
    1 Dravid 892 58.09
    2 Hayden 889 58.14
    3 Lara 881 53.43
    4 Kallis 833 54.07
    5 Ponting 832 54.33
    6 Gibbs 815 49.40
    7 Inzamam 785 49.63
    8 Tendulkar 784 57.39
    9 Sehwag 782 52.72
    10 Richardson 761 47.94
    also Giles is now at number 19 in the bowling , Collins has gone to 15th

    Vaughan is now 18th in batting and Chanderpaul is 16th

    Strauss is up to 40th in batting, Key has gone up to 63th (up 53 places) and Flintoff is now 26th in bowling
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    I bet Marc and Neil are over joyed by that new ranking for bowlers.
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    those ratings r full of cr*p imo
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    Why?

    Harmison was number 2 before that last game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Why?

    Harmison was number 2 before that last game.
    10 Harbhajan 635 28.47

    10 Richardson 761 47.94

    and mcgrath and warne below harmison (and maybe a few others) doesnt work for me. and also inzy above sachin (tho that is understandable)

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    McGrath and Warne have missed a lot of cricket - hence they lost a fair few points.

    Also, McGrath's form in the Bangladesh games wasn't good, and that will really cause a loss of points owing to the quality of opposition!

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    Where is VVS Laxman ranked on the list (outside the top 10 obviously I know)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    10 Harbhajan 635 28.47

    10 Richardson 761 47.94

    and mcgrath and warne below harmison (and maybe a few others) doesnt work for me. and also inzy above sachin (tho that is understandable)
    What? Do you think Richardson doesn't deserve to be there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swervy
    Test Bowling
    1 Muralitharan 886 22.76
    2 Harmison 864 24.95
    3 Pollock 837 21.46
    4 Shoaib 826 24.47
    5 McGrath 805 21.61
    6 Warne 762 25.47
    7 Kumble 751 28.22
    8 Gillespie 740 25.71
    9 Ntini 722 29.67
    10 Harbhajan 635 28.47

    Test Batting
    1 Dravid 892 58.09
    2 Hayden 889 58.14
    3 Lara 881 53.43
    4 Kallis 833 54.07
    5 Ponting 832 54.33
    6 Gibbs 815 49.40
    7 Inzamam 785 49.63
    8 Tendulkar 784 57.39
    9 Sehwag 782 52.72
    10 Richardson 761 47.94
    also Giles is now at number 19 in the bowling , Collins has gone to 15th
    the idea of harbhajan ranked no 10 is laughable and how lara is ahead of kallis i'll never know. perhaps the 400* on a placid wicket matters more than scoring 5 centuries in 5 tests
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
    the idea of harbhajan ranked no 10 is laughable and how lara is ahead of kallis i'll never know. perhaps the 400* on a placid wicket matters more than scoring 5 centuries in 5 tests
    It all depends where they were ranked b4 these feats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooextracool
    the idea of harbhajan ranked no 10 is laughable and how lara is ahead of kallis i'll never know. perhaps the 400* on a placid wicket matters more than scoring 5 centuries in 5 tests
    yaeh I agree about Harbhajan, whether injured or not, he has done very little in test cricket for quite some while.

    Lara!!!!Well he has scored some big big runs (apart from the 400*) over the last 18 months

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    Lara's 400 was against an attack including the World Number 2, hence it got a high rating (aside from the fact it was a world record)

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Lara's 400 was against an attack including the World Number 2, hence it got a high rating (aside from the fact it was a world record)
    so that will be the reason that harmison didnt loose many points for his performance aganist WI as he was bowling to the number one batsmen in the world.thse 2 could do each other a lot of help
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    No, he didn't lose many points because it was also a high scoring match, there were some high ranked opposition aside Lara, and he also got 2 good men out.

    As it stands, I think he only needed about 4 wickets to go top (partly because I think that his rating is still slighlty undervalued owing to inexperience)

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    So what you are saying it will be better (or more accurate) over time?

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