Clarke's very stiff, but if you're going to have an associate member than RtD did play well.
16-05-2007, 09:38 AM
Originally Posted by Goughy
Would point out that Watson scored 145 runs in 8 matches and RtD scored 128 in 3.
RtD impacted games more with the bat and was certainly more valuable to his side than Watson was to Australia
Aus already has half the players in the side (inc 12th man), no need to get greedy and want Watson in there as well :tongue:
Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
Therefore you can argue that he wasn't really able to have an effect on matches with the bat, and he wasn't all that wonderful with the ball. RTD did have an effect on the tournament/matches with his batting, therefore should be ahead of Watson.
Was better with the ball than RTD, IMO. And if you're looking for a sixth bowler/lower order batsman, he'd fit the bill better.