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As shown by this World Cup quite clearly.
I distinctly remember that fine knock from Collingwood against Australia when England were 2 down very early on, especially in tandem with Bell not making it past 31 against any Test-playing nation...
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77, as in 2 and a half times what Collingwood's best against proper nations you mean?
Unless of course you think that the Australian bowling attack is the worst, and it's the Canadians that really matter?
No, no, it's clearly the Irish.
The way to the finals -
a left arm swing bowler
a very fast right arm slingy type bowler
a mystery spinner
a tall economic right hand bowler
an attacking left handed opening batsman
a captain that leads by example
Unfortunately we couldn't even find one of these but both Australia and Sri Lanka have all of them.
When Collingwood has his good days he won matches for kept England in the CB Series, then won it for them.
I haven't because IMO he should be in both England sides at the moment.
However I question how you can build him up so much as you have over his World Cup and Ashes whilst simultaneously having digs at other players...
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