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    Collingwood has better bowling stats than Tim Bresnan and Sahid Mahmood.

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    Neil has access to IPs, remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by open365 View Post
    Collingwood has better bowling stats than Tim Bresnan and Sahid Mahmood.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    Collingwood is perfectly acceptable on most pitches nowadays. His ER is dropping all the time, I'm sure if you looked at his bowling record just for the past two-three years it would be pretty decent for a batsman who bowls a fair bit in ODIs. Kallis is more of a 'proper bowler' but he's only marginally better than Collingwood nowadays.
    The difference is far greater than ‘marginal’- For Kallis still bowls in test cricket and gets wickets of vital batsman (Dravid, Sachin et cetera) (Collingwood, sadly does not even bowl in test cricket) and Kallis' performances in the one day game are still 'better' than Paul's.

    Collingwood, has improved greatly with the ball in the one day arena, developed some nice slower balls and what not but his still nothing more than an adequate bowler who really shouldn't bowl as many overs as he does.

    Kallis ODI form

    Paul's ODI form

    Kallis test bowling form


    Collingwood's?

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    Darren Powell surely has to be the best so far this World Cup...if only he could bowl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    The difference is far greater than ‘marginal’- For Kallis still bowls in test cricket and gets wickets of vital batsman (Dravid, Sachin et cetera) (Collingwood, sadly does not even bowl in test cricket) and Kallis' performances in the one day game are still 'better' than Paul's.

    Collingwood, has improved greatly with the ball in the one day arena, developed some nice slower balls and what not but his still nothing more than an adequate bowler who really shouldn't bowl as many overs as he does.

    Kallis ODI form

    Paul's ODI form

    Kallis test bowling form


    Collingwood's?
    I was referring to ODI cricket not Test cricket. You have to look the overall ER and bowling average over the last two-three years, not a conveniently selected patch of games which only gives his bowling averages.
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    Collingwood has dug England out of a rut again, Surely one of the best all-rounders at the WC. He would certianly get my vote.
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    Sakibul is also quite good an allrounder
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00 View Post
    Darren Powell surely has to be the best so far this World Cup...if only he could bowl.
    Brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerPassion View Post
    Sakibul is also quite good an allrounder
    Sakibul/Shakibul/Sakib Al/Shakib Al/Saqib Al/Saqibul (????) is gun imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire View Post
    Collingwood is a good bowler when it's damp and cold, and nibbling around a bit, but fairly useless when it comes to flatter tracks. Kallis is a hell of a better bowler than Collingwood though.
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