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    Who does your team really need?

    My Indian team only needs good pace test bowlers...thats about it
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    8 additional players who understand the rules,have Sachin and 2 good youthies,a batting all-rounder and a MF bowler.That's it.
    Last edited by Jamee999; 05-06-2004 at 11:01 AM.
    Or something.

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    My English team needs a good keeper batsman.

    Used the same non keeper for ten years.

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    My New Zealand team could use a quality seamer and a quality spinner.
    My Zimbabwe team could use a decent bowler or 4.
    My Indian game desperately needs any seam bowler who can take wickets at less than 30 apiece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirBloody Idiot
    My English team needs a good keeper batsman.

    Used the same non keeper for ten years.
    I never use a keeper in my county games, i like to play 2 spinners, 2 pace bowlers and 7 batters.
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    haha in 2018 i need good batsmen for aussie... we have about 2...
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    My England side in 2026 is going through a horrible transition period of batsmen where the veterans are ending their careers and no-one's putting their hands up.

    Consequently, I've just lost the First Test at home to India
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    My Surrey team needs a decent keeper...15 is not a good enough average, but he's been in the team since Stewart retired! (about 8 years)

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    My Surrey team needs a decent keeper...15 is not a good enough average, but he's been in the team since Stewart retired! (about 8 years)
    Ever considered trying someone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    My England side in 2026 is going through a horrible transition period of batsmen where the veterans are ending their careers and no-one's putting their hands up.

    Consequently, I've just lost the First Test at home to India
    Unfortunately, the batting remained injury-ravaged all series and we lost

    However we then went straight to India and beat them there... which was nice. Also stuffed them 10-2 in ODIs (VB Series included). Think that proves who's the best.

    Anyway, we've now got 5/6 batting positions sorted out, and the Bradshaw Brothers are set on surpassing the Waughs and Mohammads as the most successful Test Batting Siblings... I wish there was a third

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    My England team in 2008 doesn't have too many problems in the batting department, but I can't find any players who can bowl! I've tried Smethurst (he's currently my best, averaging about 36), Ormond, Hutchison, Bulbeck, and none of them are very good, and all of the good youth players so far are batsmen (apart from a spinner who isn't too bad, he too averages about 36 in tests). Hoping for a decent pace bowler soon, otherwise the next Ashes series could be truly horrific.

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    My Durham team needs a good keeper. Currently I'm using Piran Hollaway. Though I can't complain cause last year he hit 341*. (9th wicket Partnership of 358 with Ormond, He hit 132 as well).
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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    My England team in 2008 doesn't have too many problems in the batting department, but I can't find any players who can bowl! I've tried Smethurst (he's currently my best, averaging about 36), Ormond, Hutchison, Bulbeck, and none of them are very good, and all of the good youth players so far are batsmen (apart from a spinner who isn't too bad, he too averages about 36 in tests). Hoping for a decent pace bowler soon, otherwise the next Ashes series could be truly horrific.
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    My Lancashire team in 2015 desperately needs spinners. The only spinner I have is chris schofield and he will be retiring soon. My 4 main bowlers are all RMF, the last 5 years my youth player has been a fast bowler.

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    my england team need a fast bowler...any tips(i'm in 2003)

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