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    Styris keeps marching on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Styris keeps marching on.
    .......while the rest of his team keep marching off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdcricmad View Post
    The following table shows alrounders performance in this WC so far:

    Top Alrounders
    ICC World Cup, 2006/07

    Player Mat Runs Ave Wkts Ave
    ST Jayasuriya (SL) 6 303 50.50 5 27.20
    SB Styris (NZ) 6 268 89.33 8 17.50
    PD Collingwood (Eng) 6 217 54.25 5 45.20
    Saqibul Hasan (Ban) 6 142 28.40 5 40.20
    JDP Oram (NZ) 6 121 60.50 8 17.25
    DJ Bravo (WI) 6 101 25.25 8 27.12
    Adam Gilchrist,Kumar Sangakar and Mark Boucher?
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    Symonds will make a late push


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    Symonds wont bowl that much to make a huge push into that list, his batting could well get up there should be geta longish innings or two. I dont think anyone will be able to catch Styris though, he is in super touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andmark View Post
    Adam Gilchrist,Kumar Sangakar and Mark Boucher?
    They're expected to contribute with the bat so shouldn't be classed as allrounders IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by age_master View Post
    Symonds wont bowl that much to make a huge push into that list, his batting could well get up there should be geta longish innings or two. I dont think anyone will be able to catch Styris though, he is in super touch.
    Yeah, defo

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    Scott Styris
    Bat
    Mat Inns NO Runs  HS  Ave  BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s 
     7    6   3  379 111* 126 454 83   1  3 0 34  3 
    
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    Mat Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI  Ave Econ SR 4 5 
     7   43.0   3   168   8  4/43  21 3.90 32 1 0
    He can make a claim for player of the WC just on batting alone.

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    I think the wicket-keepers also should to be rated as all-rounders, they keep and bat so basically they end up playing a huge part in a team's balance.



    Gilly has praised the wicket-keeping standards in this WC and has also given a hint that he is not retiring just yet: http://content-aus.cricinfo.com/aust...ry/290500.html

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    Good to hear he isn't thinking about giving it away just yet, a lot of wicket keepers have been standing up to the stumps and have been doing a good job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    They're expected to contribute with the bat so shouldn't be classed as allrounders IMO.
    All-rounders and wicketkeeper-batsmen are totally different things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    All-rounders and wicketkeeper-batsmen are totally different things.
    Yeah exactly, thats what I was saying.

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    I was trying to agree with you - should have put a "yeah" or summat in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard View Post
    I was trying to agree with you - should have put a "yeah" or summat in there.
    Ah right, thought you may have misread my original post. Obviously not.

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    jayasuriya has been hot and cold, but micheal clarke can bowl a bit too, and don't forget pollock can bat!

    but kallis has been a lil off form recently, was reading earlier that his strike rate has incresd by around 10-15 points in the last 6 months or so, maybe he is being told to go out and play his shots??
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