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For me and without a shadow of doubt.....
When firing, I would doubt there's anyone in World Cricket to challenge Flintoff.GoT_SpIn said:And how surprising your english
But is Gilchrist's keeping anywhere near Flintoff's bowling?zinzan12 said:what a surprise an englishman would suggest flintoff eh scaley....very predictable.. C'mon , You can't put Flintoff in the same class as Gilchrist....From a NZ'ders point of view, I'd much rather see the back of Gilchrist when he's batting against NZ than Flintoff
You should do more than simply glance at stats when making a point. Consider that he has 58 wickets in his last 17 Tests at an average of 25.06 and a SR of 53.3.zinzan12 said:Aside from that I'd hardly say a test bowling ave of 36 makes Flintoff the most dangerous player
Flintoff's odd great innings have been coming more and more regularly in recent games.zinzan12 said:I mean sure Flintoff has the odd great test innings smoking sixes all over the place and sure Atkar on his day can rip thru the opposition......
but Gilchrist seems to do it almost 50% of the time...
Who else in test cricket has ever had a batting ave over 50 and a strike rate over 80 ..