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Originally Posted by Pedro DelgadoOriginally Posted by Matt79
You said "neither of the ODI-class teams".
I said "there are more than 2 ODI-class teams".
Can't really exemplify further than that.
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But Tendulkar averages 11 at three (or sumate like that)!
And even if he did average, say, 34, personally I'd still prefer Dravid-Tendulkar-Yuvraj. IMO Yuvraj has done more than enough to show he can bat five or even six, and Dravid and Tendulkar are the best 2 players so should IMO bat above him.
You'd rather have Tendulkar bat in the powerplays than Dravid wouldn't you?
Well ideally... I'd rather have Ganguly and Uthappa. And the Sehwag of 2002 (I don't imagine I can).
That's a reason for the order to be flexible IMO... you have the possibility of sending someone like Dhoni in if you lose Uthappa\Ganguly early... but if you lose them in, say, the 17th, you send in Rahul and then Sachin.
Sehwag at 3? You could have Tendulkar, Dravid and Yuvraj to follow.
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