Depends what you mean by performing, obviously. I'd say the best bet to contribute as a player would obviously be Ponting, as he's in awesome touch and is the best batsman in the world. In terms of tactics that's pretty hard to guess, but I suppose Fleming and Vaughan are the best bets, followed by Ponting and Jayawardene.
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I would vote for Ponting since he has been performing very well but not only that i was also very impressed with his captaincy against the South Africa yesterday, his bowling changes and field placements were top notch considering the aussies were under the pump.
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