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Decade/Country test draft

mr_mister

Hall of Fame Member
Over the years most of my drafts have been related to either batting averages, countries or years. With quite a lot of batting average related drafts operating at the moment I thought I'd combine 2 old ideas.

Having 11 different test countries and 11 different decades represented I think would be a little too hard so I'll have mercy.


Your XI simply needs to have players represented from at least 8 different test nations and 8 different decades for test debut. For those 3 spare spots you can pick whoever - however you can't have a particular country or decade represented more than twice.


Aiming for 10-12 players

No Bradman
West Indies counts as one country for the sake of this draft
 
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mr_mister

Hall of Fame Member
already decided to change the rule on the 3 extra spots - you can't have one nation or one decade represented more than twice. This will make it a little more strategic and difficult!
 

trundler

Hall of Fame Member
Also, what's the ruling on nation of birth vs nation represented? The former allows more intrigue.
 

mr_mister

Hall of Fame Member
I know a few drafts recently have got funky with the nation of birth stuff but no its just which test nation they played for
 

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