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Matthew Elliott at 47 and 33 was also close to that criteria
His average was well above 50 for most of his career too before dropping dramatically in the last 3-4 years of his career.Matthew Elliott at 47 and 33 was also close to that criteria
Was a home Test. The thing is he was in England for most of the time up until the last minute, and his selection was purely only down to Ponting having to withdraw because his aunty died. On top of that he had to bat 3 when he was 100% an opener before that point, and the pitch was an absolute dog from memory. Was set up to fail, pretty much.It's funny that after 5 years in test wilderness he was given a SL tour of all things s a comeback chance and predictably failed. Bet he wished it came a year later in England or during a home summer
Kohli could very well reach 100 international centuries. For other 3, I think they should be able to reach 100 tons (List A+First class).Wonder who gets to 100 combined format centuries. Big 4 all a good chance you'd think?
I really wish i could be alive for thisGive it a couple of hundred years, when we've learnt how to get complete control over microclimates, and folk have sufficient leisure time to mean First-Class cricket has become the format of choice for the masses and batsmen will start getting there again
More like Australia white ball cricketers never play shield any more (e.g. Finch, Maxwell, Carey). Pure Test players like Harris and Paine will get to play most shield games now.Australian test regulars basically never play Sheffield Shield any more.