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T20I draft

Fuller Pilch

International Vice-Captain
Chris Gayle
Colin Munro
Babar Azam
Dawid Malan
Corey Anderson
Shahid Afridi
Sarfaraz Ahmed*+
Ashton Agar
Chris Jordan
Shane Bond
Morne Morkel

This side is full of matchwinners. The top 4 is absolutely superb and there are extremely powerful finishers at 5 and 6 with high strike rates. Sarfaraz provides depth at 7 if anything goes wrong and can also be promoted to milk the opposition spinners if required. If Agar and Jordan are needed with the bat they can find the boundary from ball one. Regular scores of 200+ would be expected of a batting lineup as good as this.

With the ball Bond and Morkel are a fearsome new ball pair and Agar can also bowl some spin in the powerplay as well as later on. Afridi is a quality leg spinner, Corey Anderson gives bustling left armers, Jordan is a superb death bowler with slower balls and yorkers, while Munro, Gayle, and Malan can all chip in with an over or two if required. The side will be captained by Sarfaraz who has a very record containing Pakistan in T20s.
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Hall of Fame Member
Shimron Hetymer

Adam Gilchrist +
Chris Lynn
Glen Maxwell
Marlon Samuels
Shimron Hetmyer
Jason Holder
Shaun Pollock
Brad Hogg
Jofra Archer
Yuzvendra Chahal
Glen Mcgrath


State Vice-Captain
Will give it a day or so (lets say 24 hours - it might be a tad longer) for anyone who wants to add a write-up of their squad who hasn't yet or add bowling positions and/or bowling overs. Will set up a voting thread on Monday night (UK time) - will most probably be a case of voting for your top 3 in order - best side gets 3pts, 2nd best 2pts and 3rd best 1pt with total points divided by number of total votes (minus your own).

Will have voting thread open until most likely the Friday or Saturday after next so 30th/31st October and will post a link up in this thread once I've made the thread tomorrow night.

Thanks to all participants for participating and making this a smooth draft and what at least felt like a reasonably quick draft too so thanks for prompt picks when possible.


State Vice-Captain
Here is the link to voting thread