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Old July 4, 2013, 03:53 AM
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Originally Posted by BengaliPagol
Out of Hughes, Warner and Cowan i would pick Warner. He has been pretty good in tests and is also a game changer. I would like Hughes to be given another chance but ultimately this is probably Australia's best batting lineup.

1. Shane Watson
2. Dave Warner
3. Chris Rogers
4. Michael Clarke
5. Dave Hussey/Callum Ferguson
6. Steve Smith
7. Brad Haddin

Since Warner isn't playing in the first test then Roger will slot in as opener and Hughes would be at #3.
except neither hussey or ferguson are in the ashes squad so who do you bat at #5? that's saying if smith is at #6. choices are khawaja or wade as a pure batsman. wade has a higher test average, 2 tons to his name and that's playing as keeper as well. but khawaja has a better FC record (though again wade is a keeper batsman so he could potentially have a better FC record had he played as a pure batsman).
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