[Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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1. Martin Guptill (bat)
2. Tillakaratne Dilshan (w) (bat)
3. Kane Williamson (c) (bat)
4. Babar Azam (bat)
5. Eoin Morgan (bat)
6. Michael Hussey (bat)
7. Andre Russell (allrounder)
8. Trent Boult (bowl)
9. Clint McKay (bowl)
10. Mohammad Shami (bowl)
11. Saeed Ajmal (bowl)
Neil Johnson, Alistair Campbell, Murray Goodwin, Andy Flower (w), Grant Flower, Dave Houghton, Guy Whittall, Heath Streak (c), Andy Blignaut, Ray Price, Eddo Brandes

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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Mueddie28 wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:32 am
jaybro wrote:
Sun Apr 19, 2020 10:47 pm
Mueddie28 wrote:
Sun Apr 19, 2020 10:33 pm
My lineup
Sharwan Darwan Opening batsmen
Fakhar Zaman - Opening Batsmen
Iman ur Haq - batsmen
Joe Root -batsmen
Quinton de Kock. Wk / c
Chris Gayle. Allrounder
Ben Stokes. Allrounder
Ravi Ashwin - spin bowler
Malinga - bowler
Mujeeh Ur Rahman - bowler
Chatara- bowler

That's my team
I hope all rounders make a difference
Ravi is useful with the bat too...

Gayle & De Kock at No.6 & No.7 in an ODI
Thanks for the comment.....i just arranged them in batting average maybe admin will rearrange them...the first 4 have a higher batting average than Gayle & De Kock...Gayle will also perform bowling and with his big bat can be a great finisher...
I will leave it to the experts

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 3:42 am
It's pretty hard to say which line up I like the most. I really like Rusty's because a it has great balance and lot of my favorites are there in that. Tamim, Rahul, Mathews, Taylor and Morkel.
Rusty's team is my second favourite behind Jaybro's. Ross Taylor and Angelo Matthews were high on my list, but wasn't to be.

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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1. Tendulkar (bat)
2. Hafeez (bat)
3. Dravid (bat)
4. Misbah (c) (bat)
5. Shiv Chanderpaul (bat)
6. Shakib (bat/bowl/spin)
7. Taibu (wk) (bat/wk)
8. Oram (bat/bowl/seam)
9. Bond (bat/bowl/seam)
10. Tait (bat/bowl/seam)
11. Ngidi (bat/bowl/seam)

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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1. Jonny Bairstow
(Bat)
(Bat avg: 46.19, SR: 102.92)

2. Andrew Strauss
(Bat, Captain)
(Bat avg: 46.95, SR: 91.75)

3. Virat Kohli
(Bat)
(Bat avg: 60.05, SR: 94.10)

4. Rassie van der Dussen
(Bat)
(Bat avg: 70.70, SR: 81.82)

5. Nicholas Pooran
(Bat)
(Bat avg: 49.05, SR: 106.51)

6. Jos Buttler
(Bat, Wicket-keeper)
(Bat avg: 41.41, SR: 119.51)

7. James Faulkner
(Bowl, Bat)
(Bowl avg: 31.01, Economy rate: 5.54, SR: 33.5)
(Bat avg: 33.86, SR: 103.25)

8. Brett Lee
(Bowl, Bat)
(Bowl avg: 26.45, Economy rate: 5.03, SR: 31.5)
(Bat avg: 25.36, SR: 95.54)

9. Rashid Khan
(Bowl, Bat)
(Bowl avg: 18.40, Economy rate: 4.11, SR: 26.8)
(Bat avg: 19.80, SR: 100.56)

10. Graeme Swann
(Bowl, Bat)
(Bowl avg: 27.40, Economy rate: 4.51, SR: 36.4)
(Bat avg: 14.36, SR: 107.48)

11. Ryan Harris
(Bowl, Bat)
(Bowl avg: 18.09, Economy rate: 4.80, SR: 22.5)
(Bat avg: 8.20, SR: 107.89)

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 3:42 am
It's pretty hard to say which line up I like the most. I really like Rusty's because a it has great balance and lot of my favorites are there in that. Tamim, Rahul, Mathews, Taylor and Morkel. Also like zimbos's XI, although yeah, the lower order is a little questionable with the bat. Will wait to see other lineups put up to see if there was a hypothetical voting involved, who I would go for.
1 fan. I will take it.

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eugene wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 4:25 am
...
2. Tillakaratne Dilshan (w) (bat)
...
I'm not sure you checked his wk stats from 2010 because he was a regular ODI keeper prior to that, but with one innings in 2010 (and no dismissals) he just about qualifies as keeper.

Interestingly the match was played at QSC, SL's opener against India in the 2010 triangular in Zim: https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/852 ... eries-2010

Chandimal then took the gloves for the rest of the series and Dilshan never put them on again, at least not in an ODI.

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Re: [Draft 2]: World ODI Teams | 2010 - present

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What's more interesting is that eugene is missing out on a live-wire fielder and a more than useful off-spinner by giving him the gloves. Why not Morgan to keep?

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CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:24 pm
What's more interesting is that eugene is missing out on a live-wire fielder and a more than useful off-spinner by giving him the gloves. Why not Morgan to keep?
Morgan is not qualified, he kept in a grand total of two ODIs in 2009 if I'm not mistaken. By that reasoning I could have made Dravid keep.

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foreignfield wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 2:21 pm
CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Mon Apr 20, 2020 1:24 pm
What's more interesting is that eugene is missing out on a live-wire fielder and a more than useful off-spinner by giving him the gloves. Why not Morgan to keep?
Morgan is not qualified, he kept in a grand total of two ODIs in 2009 if I'm not mistaken. By that reasoning I could have made Dravid keep.
Oh, I assumed Morgan kept wickets a lot for England. That is cheeky by eugene then. Not getting a proper wicket keeper knowing that Kriterion has not got any randomization riding on that role...

By the way, I also did not know Ngidi has played so much cricket to get 50+ wickets! I thought he might have played 5-6 matches. I'm clearly not following much of ODI cricket for a while now.

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