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Old September 27, 2012, 03:15 AM
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WORLD All-time non-Asia best ODI XI

1. Ricky Ponting
2. Steve Waugh
3. Mark Boucher
4. Brian Lara
5. Andrew Flintoff
6. Chris Gayle
7. Andy Flower
8. Lance Klussener
9. Jhonty Rhodes
10. Shane Warne
11.Stephen Fleming

Can't think of any fast ballers. Brett Lee ? Pollock ?
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Old September 27, 2012, 04:17 AM
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WORLD All-time non-Asia best ODI XI

1. Ricky Ponting
2. Steve Waugh
3. Mark Boucher
4. Brian Lara
5. Andrew Flintoff
6. Chris Gayle
7. Andy Flower
8. Lance Klussener
9. Jhonty Rhodes
10. Shane Warne
11.Stephen Fleming

Can't think of any fast ballers. Brett Lee ? Pollock ?
shaun pollock, allan donald, glenn mcgrath, dennis lillee, hadlee, marshall, holding, ambrose, roberts, garner. probably a few i've missed but plenty of fast bowlers to choose from.

btw gilchrist or dhoni for keeper spot, even sanga is a possible choice.

few qustions though, why are ponitng and steve waugh opening? why is gayle at #6? why do you have 2 keepers? why is boucher batting at #3 and fleming at #11, and jonty rhodes at #9. is this just a list or the batting order? definitely need more specialist bowlers in there.
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Old September 30, 2012, 12:06 PM
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shaun pollock, allan donald, glenn mcgrath, dennis lillee, hadlee, marshall, holding, ambrose, roberts, garner. probably a few i've missed but plenty of fast bowlers to choose from.

btw gilchrist or dhoni for keeper spot, even sanga is a possible choice.

few qustions though, why are ponitng and steve waugh opening? why is gayle at #6? why do you have 2 keepers? why is boucher batting at #3 and fleming at #11, and jonty rhodes at #9. is this just a list or the batting order? definitely need more specialist bowlers in there.
Couldnt think of any ballers when making the list. Now that you have made some recommendations, I can go back and change the list
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Old November 1, 2012, 12:01 AM
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All time All-rounders XI (Tests)

Kallis, Imran, Dev, Botham, Hadlee, Sobers, Pollock, Shakib, Flintoff, Broad, Vettori

1) Imran
2) Vettori
3) Sobers
4) Kallis
5) Shakib
6) Botham
7) Vettori
8) Flintoff
9) Shaun Pollock
10) Hadlee
11) Stuart Broad

Try-outs for keeper position among the XI.
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Old November 1, 2012, 11:01 AM
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All time All-rounders XI (Tests)

Kallis, Imran, Dev, Botham, Hadlee, Sobers, Pollock, Shakib, Flintoff, Broad, Vettori

1) Imran
2) Vettori
3) Sobers
4) Kallis
5) Shakib
6) Botham
7) Vettori
8) Flintoff
9) Shaun Pollock
10) Hadlee
11) Stuart Broad

Try-outs for keeper position among the XI.
Shane watson- average 41 in odis with bat, 28 with with ball.
average 37 in tests with bat , 28 with ball.
One of the most destructive odi/ t20 batsman ever. And he can't get in team ahead of Shakib, Vettori, Broad, Flintoff.. LOL
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Old November 1, 2012, 11:28 AM
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If we're just going by stats, Chris Cairns, Sanath Jayasuriya, Kapil Dev, even Mohammad Hafeez and Shahid Afridi, to name a few, have comparable (and possibly slightly better than in some cases) stats in Tests. Shakib might have the potential to be much better, not sure. We'll see, but I don't think he's a "great" yet.
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Old November 1, 2012, 05:43 PM
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If we're just going by stats, Chris Cairns, Sanath Jayasuriya, Kapil Dev, even Mohammad Hafeez and Shahid Afridi, to name a few, have comparable (and possibly slightly better than in some cases) stats in Tests. Shakib might have the potential to be much better, not sure. We'll see, but I don't think he's a "great" yet.
If it's supposed to be subjective then you can't argue any list... but stats are the only thing that can't be argued against.. and it's not just sheer numbers either.. a player with 5 thousand runs at average of 40 is significantly better in my opinion than someone with 8 thousand runs at average of 30. jayasuriya/ afridi can't stake a claim based upon their numbers in quality.. only longevity.
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All time All-rounders XI (Tests)

Kallis, Imran, Dev, Botham, Hadlee, Sobers, Pollock, Shakib, Flintoff, Broad, Vettori

1) Imran
2) Vettori
3) Sobers
4) Kallis
5) Shakib
6) Botham
7) Vettori
8) Flintoff
9) Shaun Pollock
10) Hadlee
11) Stuart Broad

Try-outs for keeper position among the XI.
You must rate Vettori highly, at number 2 and number 7. Personally I'd have: Jayasuriya, Kallis, Sobers, Miller, Imran, Dev, Botham, Greig, Procter, Benaud, Hadlee. My guess is that Sobers would keep, that guy can do anything.
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Old January 10, 2013, 05:34 AM
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all time T20 XI

1 gayle
2 marsh
3 mccullum
4 aaron finch
5 pietersen
6 mike hussey
7 david hussey/afridi
8 swann/ajmal
9 malinga/steyn/gul
10 malinga/steyn/gul
11 mendis
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Old January 10, 2013, 12:59 PM
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Default All time row lords xi

All time Non-English LORD's 11 - Test

Adam Gilchrist (wk)
Tamim Iqbal
Steve Waugh
Gary Sobers
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Alan Border(c)
Mohsin Khan
Dion Nash (pace-allrounder)
Makhaya Ntini
Glenn McGrath
Maninder Singh (SLA)


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Old January 10, 2013, 01:32 PM
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Default All time non-bd sbns 11

ALL TIME NON-BD SBNS 11 - ODI

Saeed Anwar
Sachin Tendulkar
Mohammad Yousuf
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Andrew Flower (c)
Mark Boucher (wk)
Jacques Kallis
Abdul Razzaq
Vasbert Drakes
Azit Agarkar
Saqlain Mushtaq

(Will change with time...)
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Old January 10, 2013, 01:49 PM
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all time T20 XI

1 gayle
2 marsh
3 mccullum
4 aaron finch
5 pietersen
6 mike hussey
7 david hussey/afridi
8 swann/ajmal
9 malinga/steyn/gul
10 malinga/steyn/gul
11 mendis
Narine?
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All time Non-English LORD's 11 - Test

Adam Gilchrist (wk)
Tamim Iqbal
Steve Waugh
Gary Sobers
Shivnarine Chanderpaul
Alan Border(c)
Mohsin Khan
Dion Nash (pace-allrounder)
Makhaya Ntini
Glenn McGrath
Maninder Singh (SLA)


Not too sure about Tamim and Ntini. Replace Ntini with Geoff Lawson.
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Old January 10, 2013, 03:55 PM
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Not too sure about Tamim and Ntini. Replace Ntini with Geoff Lawson.
I am not sure about openers other than Tamim, you can consider this as a guess with less information. I think if Ntini then why not Lawson. But if we strictly go by records then none can beat the phenomenal Robert Arnold Lockyer Massie
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Narine?
narine was a thought and could possibly be in there but he has similar stats to the others. similar to mendis in general t20s but in t20Is mendis is averaging 10, 11 strike rate while narine is at an average of 18 and 17 strike rate. swann has similar bowling averages but a better batting pedigree, so that has to be considered being t20s. ajmal has similar averages but a better strike rate.

i think mendis is an auto in this format, at least going by current stats (might change as we've all seen his fall in the other formats and it could happen in t20s as well). the other spinner spot i guess is up for grabs but when you compare swann to narine you're not losing anything with the ball and getting more with the bat, whilst ajmal doesn't add with the bat but has a lot more t20 experience and comparable stats to narine.
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1. Ashraful
2. Shahriar Nafees
3. Shahadat Hossain
4. Rakibul
5. Sunil Joshi
6. Rohan Gavaskar
7. Mehrab Hossain Snr.
8. Abul Hasan
9.Upul Chandana
10. Farhad Reza
11. Habibul Bashar ( c )
Who is the keeper? You missed a lot of Indian greats like Mohammad Kaif, Vinod Kambli, Venkatesh Prasad etc. Few Lankans also count in, who had greater promise than Nirala, SN, Opi but failed miserably. Too many Bangladeshis, btw Bashar won't be considered a complete flop by many after leading a minnow team in 2007 QF.

Also, is it for all versions or just test/ODI/T20I?
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Default Your Unusual XI

Duck XI
Habibul Bashar
Tamim Iqbal (v/c)
Mohammad Ashraful (c)
Shahriar Nafees
Khaled Mahmud
Mushfiqur Rahim (w/k)
Shafiul Islam
Tushar Imran
Abdur Razzak
Mashrafe Mortaza
Mohammad Rafique
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The Z XI (take that Steven Lynch!!)
1 Zabid Hossain (1991- )
2 Zahid Razzak (1967- )
3 Zahurul Islam, M (Zahurul Islam, 1986- )
4 Zakaria Masud
5 Zakir Hasan (1972- )
6 Zakir Hossain (1977- )
7 Ziaul Haque (1972- )
8 Ziaul Islam (1952- )
9 Ziaul Islam
10 Ziaur Rahman (1986- )
11 Ziaur Rashid (1968- )
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The Domestic Double XI
i. Mohammad Ashraful
ii. Habibul Bashar
iii. Minhajul Abedin
iiii.Khaled Masud Pilot
iiiii.Hasnuzzaman
vi.Nazimuddin
vii.Rokibul Hasan
viii. Farhad Hossain
viiii.Marshall Ayub
x. Mehrab Hossain
xi. [to be edited]
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ki bepar tomra keu amar sathe khelte chacho na kano?

how about Bowler "first ball wicket" XI???
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Bangladesh Coach 11
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1. Gordon Greenedge
2. Jamie Siddons
3. Dav Whatmore
4. Eddie Barlow
5. Stuart Law
6. Mahindar Amarnath
7. Richard Pybus
8. Saqlain Mushtaq
9. Ian Pont
10.Trevor Chappell
11. Mohsin Kamal
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All time Asian XI

1. Sunil Gavaskar
2. Sanath Jayasuriya
3. Sachin Tendulkar
4. Kumara Sangakkara (wk)
5. Inzimam-ul-Haq
6. Imran Khan (C)
7. Wasim Akram
8. Waqar Younis
9. Abdul Qadir
10. Muttiah Muralitharan
11. Shoaib Akhtar
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World 11 at this moment
13/01/13
test:
1. A Cook (vc)
2. H Amla
3. Cs Pujara
4. K Sangakara (w)
5. M Clarke (c)
6. Sn Chanderpaul
7. Fs Du Plessis
8. M Johnson
9. S Ajmal
10. D Styen
11. Philander
ODI:
1. N Jamshed
2. H Amla
3. V Kohli
4. Ab de Villias (vc)
5. Shakib All Hassan
6. Ms Dhoni (c + w)
7. K Petersen
8. S Ajmal
9. Junayed Khan
10. M Sturck
11. M Morkel
T20:
1. C Gayle (vc)
2. A Hales
3. S Watson (c)
4. Tm Dilshan
5. M Samuels
6. Yuvraj Sing
7. Morgan
8. K Pollard
9. S Narine
10. R Rampaul
11. L Malinga

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