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    Quote Originally Posted by Shri View Post
    Opponents: CW Green

    1. Virender Sehwag [6]
    2. Rilee Rossouw
    3. Phil Jaques
    4. Ajinkya Rahane
    5. Dale Benkenstein
    6. Heino Kuhn [Wk]
    7. Shakib Al Hasan [4]
    8. Mohammed Mahmudullah [5]
    9. Chris Woakes [3]
    10. Rusty Theron [2]
    11. Shabbir Ahmed [1]

    Sehwag to be used as a partnership breaker when bowling.

    If a batsman from the top nine is playing with #10/#11, he should play ultra aggressively in the first innings. Every one to play defensively if 4 wickets have fallen on day 5. If they do not lose another wicket from that point on and the last 20 overs remain on day 5, they should play ultra aggressively till they are seven down/end of the day whichever comes first. They should again go back to batting defensively if they go six down looking for quick runs.
    Win toss and bat btw.

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    Round 1 - Good at BJs CC vs. Team Tornado

    Win Toss - Bowl first

    Batting & Bowling Order:
    01. Matthew Hayden
    02. Lahiru Thirimanne
    03. Manoj Tiwary
    04. AB De Villiers*
    05. Thilan Samaraweera (5)
    06. VVS Laxman
    07. Zulqarnain Haider+
    08. Sachithra Senanayake (4)
    09. Nuwan Kulasekara (2)
    10. Junaid Khan (3)
    11. Glenn McGrath (1)

    Other random instructions:
    1. Kulasekara as nightwatchman
    2. Samaraweera to be used as a partnership breaker when needed.
    3. McGrath to bowl short 3 over spells after the opening spell.
    4. Play aggressively when going for a win on the last day, lower them when batting to save the game.
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    Round 1

    1. Phil Hughes
    2. Shane Watson (3)
    3. Mark Ramprakash
    4. Ed Joyce
    5. Mathew Sinclair
    6. MIsbah-ul-Haq
    7. Matt Prior (keeper)
    8. Andrew Hall (4, 5)
    9. Chris Swan (2)
    10. Steve Harmison (1)
    11. Danish Kaneria (5, 4)

    Harmison and Kaneria on bunny mode.
    If either of them are batting with any of the top 9, protect them from strike and put them on 0 aggression.
    If any of the top 8 are batting with them, put that batsman on 80% aggression. Do not do this for Chris Swan.

    If Harmison and Kaneria find themselves batting together, put it back to normal.
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    Round 1
    Win toss and Bat

    1. Simon Katich (7)
    2. Usman Khawaja
    3. Stiaan van Zyl
    4. Jacques Kallis (4,5)
    5. Mohammad Yousuf
    6. Albie Morkel (6)
    7. Kaushal Silva
    8. Dan Vettori (5,4)
    9. Vernon Philander (3)
    10. Ryan Harris (2)
    11. Makhaya Ntini (1)

    Harris and Ntini on bunny mode.
    If either of them are batting with any of the top 9, protect them from strike and put Harris on 2, Ntini on 0 aggression.
    If any of the top 8 are batting with them, put that batsman on 80% aggression. Do not do this for Vernon Philander


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    Round 2 - The Brudenell Social Club Pub Quiz Team vs Beautiful Souls

    Win the toss and bat.

    1. Dean Elgar
    2. Fawad Alam
    3. Dinesh Chandimal+
    4. Mahela Jayawardene*
    5. David Hussey (7)
    6. Andrew Symonds (6)
    7. Angelo Mathews (5)
    8. Shahid Afridi (4)
    9. Graeme Swann (3)
    10. Vinay Kumar (2)
    11. Mark Davies (1)

    Mathews and Symonds to be bowled sparingly, Hussey only if things are going very badly. When in doubt, go for the spinners.

    No declaration in the first innings, do what you think is reasonable in the second innings but stay on the defensive side. Up the aggression settings only if we're going for a win on the last day, lower them if we're batting to save the draw. No nightwatchman.
    'It seems that perfection is attained, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing more to take away.'

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    Round 2

    vs CW Green

    Win toss - Bat for ever
    Batting and bowling order

    Cook
    Trescothick
    Pujara
    R Taylor
    J Taylor
    Broom
    Haddin - hits if with tail (Friend/George)
    Broad - hits if with tail
    Chapple
    Friend
    George

    1 Broad (aggressive burst with new ball if clouds, otherwise not much)
    2 Friend
    3 Cameron
    4 Chapple (longer spells even if getting hit)
    5 Pujara (use only if other bowlers can not walk)
    6 Taylor R (use after 5 overs of Pujara and see above)

    Other random instructions (when to declare, nightwatchmen etc)
    Declare after 7 sessions (lunch day 3) in first innings if at least 350 runs on board
    Declare with 250 run lead in second innings and less than 6 sessions remaining
    Declare around 5 rpo in third innings (leaving up to captain to judge weather, skill of oppo etc)
    Reward bowlers who get chances (lbw mainly) with extra aggression settings for 2-3 overs
    Messi scores on the rebound.

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    Round 1 - CW Green V Mork's team

    Win toss, Bat

    Key
    Carberry
    Trott
    Hodge
    Bopara
    Collingwood
    Flintoff
    Boucher
    Tremlett
    Onions
    Panesar

    Bowling Order:

    1. Onions
    2. Tremlett
    3. Flintoff
    4. Panesar
    5. Collingwood
    6. Bopara / Hodge if it's turning



    Other random instructions:

    Flintoff to bat super aggressively with the tail
    No declarations unless 600 on the board in the first innings batting first or lead of 200, 400 lead in the 2nd

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    vs. the Squirts
    win toss and bat

    1. T. Iqbal
    2. A. Chopra
    3. I. Haq
    4. J. Hildreth
    5. M. Cosgrove (6)
    6. K Williamson (5)
    7. S Davies
    8. James Hopes(2)
    9. Murali Karthik (4)
    10. Zaheer Khan(1)
    11. Imran Tahir (3)

    No Nightwatchmen
    Use the two top spinners as much as you can
    Declare at 550 if I bat in the first Innings of the match and at a lead of 350 in the second Innings.
    No other specific instructions, default aggression settings

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    Round 2

    Mick Lewis Invitational XI vs. Good at BJs CC

    Win toss: Bat

    1 W Jaffer
    2 A Puttick
    3 A Prince
    4 S Tendulkar
    5 M North (5)
    6 U Akmal
    7 N Pothas (WK)
    8 L Butterworth (2)
    9 P Siddle (1)
    10 A Mendis (4)
    11 K Roach (3)

    Mendis to bowl the bulk of the overs. Keep him bowling unless he is struggling to restrict the run-rate.

    Common sense approach in regards to all other tactics.

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    Round 2

    Tails
    Bat

    1. Phil Hughes
    2. Shane Watson (3)
    3. Mark Ramprakash
    4. Ed Joyce
    5. Mathew Sinclair (6 in emergency)
    6. MIsbah-ul-Haq
    7. Matt Prior (keeper)
    8. Andrew Hall (4, 5)
    9. Chris Swan (2)
    10. Steve Harmison (1)
    11. Danish Kaneria (5, 4)

    Harmison and Kaneria on bunny mode.
    If either of them are batting with any of the top 9, protect them from strike and put them on 0 aggression.
    If any of the top 8 are batting with them, put that batsman on 80% aggression. Do not do this for Chris Swan.
    If Harmison and Kaneria find themselves batting together, put it back to normal.

    Don't declare the first innings before 750 unless there's been a lot of rain. Declare the second innings whenever appropriate.

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    Round 2 v Team Bring it - Unchanged line up

    Graeme Smith [c]
    Chris Lynn
    Hashim Amla
    Ian Bell
    Ben Rohrer
    Steve Smith 5
    Tim Paine [+]
    Copeland 1
    Coulter-Nile 3
    Bollinger 2
    Maher 4

    Bowl first If Graeme wins the toss
    Copeland too bowl long spells with the new ball
    No declaration. Just keep batting. (For the first innings).
    No Night watchmen.

    I want Ben Rohrer, Smith, and Paine to bat defensively if they're batting with each other but bat normally if one of the top 4 are still in.
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    Round 1 - Mick Lewis Invitational XI vs. Good at BJs CC

    Win Toss - Bat first.

    Batting & Bowling Order:
    01. Matthew Hayden
    02. Lahiru Thirimanne
    03. Manoj Tiwary
    04. AB De Villiers*
    05. Thilan Samaraweera (5)
    06. VVS Laxman
    07. Zulqarnain Haider+
    08. Ravichandran Ashwin (4)
    09. Nuwan Kulasekara (2)
    10. Sachithra Senanayake (3)
    11. Glenn McGrath (1)

    Other random instructions:
    1. Ashwin as nightwatchman.
    2. Samaraweera to be used as a partnership breaker when needed.
    3. Spinners to be given more overs if they get some success.
    4. Senanayake and McGrath to bat defensively unless batting together.
    5. Score 600+ in the first innings if possible before declaration.

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    Just the one change for me vs Furball - O'Keefe in for Pollock, on account of pitch conditions.

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    Fenoms vs Sparks

    Call heads and bat.

    Rogers
    Rudolph
    van Jaarsveld
    Hussey
    Yuvraj Singh (6)
    McDonald (3)
    Foster +
    Warne (5)
    Steyn (1)
    Kabir Ali (2)
    Murali (4)

    After the opening salvo from Steyn and Kabir, give McDonald a spell with the ball and then bring Murali on. After about 30 or so overs bring Steyn back for a burst then have Warne and Murali bowling in tandem, giving the quicks the odd spell with the older ball. Yuvraj to be used as a partnership breaker.

    No declaration in the first innings, 2nd innings use common sense please.

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    Round 2
    Opponents: Moops
    Toss: Heads / bat first

    1. Virender Sehwag [6]
    2. Rilee Rossouw
    3. Phil Jaques
    4. Ajinkya Rahane
    5. Dale Benkenstein
    6. Heino Kuhn [Wk]
    7. Shakib Al Hasan [4]
    8. Mohammed Mahmudullah [5]
    9. Chris Woakes [3]
    10. Rusty Theron [2]
    11. Shabbir Ahmed [1]

    Sehwag to be used as a partnership breaker.


    Theron and Shabbir on bunny mode.
    If either of them are batting with any of the top 9, protect them from strike and put them on 0 aggression.
    If any of the top 8 are batting with them, put that batsman on 80% aggression. Do not do this for Chris Woakes.
    If Theron and Shabbir find themselves batting together, put it back to normal.
    PEWSIsMyHero

    Sportive declarations and all that jazz.

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