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    Dhoni's disappointing keeping post world cup

    Keeping has been going down for some time now. Dropped an easy catch off Jadhav's bowling
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    Krunal vs Jadeja

    Some mysterious aspects of his bowling has made him better.
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    ICC tests all rounder rankings

    1 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 415 2 Ravindra Jadeja IND 387 3 Jason Holder WI 365 4 Ben Stokes ENG 342 5 Vernon Philander SA 341 6 Ravichandran Ashwin IND 321 7 Pat Cummins AUS 301 8 Moeen Ali ENG 292 9 Mitchell Starc AUS 247 10 Chris Woakes ENG 238 11 Tim Southee NZ 230 12 Mehedi Hasan BAN 213 13 Kagiso Rabada SA 198 14 Dilruwan Perera SL 196 15 Colin de Grandhomme NZ 168 16 Roston Chase WI 161 17 Stuart Broad ENG 160 18 Sam Curran ENG 155 19 Bhuvneshwar Kumar IND 150 20 Adil Rashid ENG 148 21 Nathan Lyon AUS 145 22 Keshav Maharaj SA 139 23 Trent Boult NZ 135 24 Neil Wagner NZ 129 25 Josh Hazlewood AUS 128 26 Kemar Roach WI 128 27 Mohammad Amir PAK 120 28 Kane Williamson NZ 119 29 Hardik Pandya IND 118 30 Mitchell Santner NZ 118
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Yes, but if you play 5 matches on flat decks and 5 on tough tracks, will you say that one scoring higher on flat decks batted better?
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    In what aspects Kohli is better than Tendulkar in ODIs. Please list those. I will start with: 1. Lesser arrogance and less ariel shots - this is partly due to more desire to finish the game and knowing that scoring can be done easily without slogging in easy conditions.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Length of boundary is overrated issue. There were enough short boundaries even earlier.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    So, how do modern batsmen fail when there is slight support for bowlers? What happens to them suddenly?
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Why do you want similar performances in tougher conditions? These are tougher conditions for a reason and reason for lower averages. Can you find a single series in Kohli's career where highest score by any team was 216 or less? You're saying that there were no tougher conditions. http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/series/62289.html Guess what was the average score in that series? Comparable series in Kohli's career is 2012 Ind v Pak where Junaid Khan was all over him.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    We had a time when part timer were very common because of this. They had spread field and old ball to work with. That luxury is completely gone now. It's easy to keep playing through line when you know that you get value for strokes.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Just in previous match, India scratched 250 on a easy to bat surface just because swung a bit in first hour. @putrevus Do you think batsmen of 2000s would have folded below 200 at Sydney?
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Not tough tracks, but tougher conditions. It's not silly. It's not difficult to see that every single time there is little bit of help modern batsmen struggle to post 200 on similar pitches where same score was made in 90s and 2000s.
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    Sachin Tendulkar v Virat Kohli - who is better ODI batsman?

    Factors contributing to score increase in order 1. T20Is - batsmen are simply better at strokemaking and playing pace. 2. 2 new balls - most of the time scoring was slowed because of old ball. 3. Powerplays 4. Lack of swing and seam 5. Reverse swing - this is least influencing factor Modern batsmen are simply far superior on flat tracks, but at similar or lower levels in conditions which assist bowlers a bit in ODIs.
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    Whether Jadeja is the best ever indian fielder?

    Same guy has been averaging 45 since NZ series with consistent performances (10 50+ scores in 34 innings) in tests. I guess it's time to use him as a floater if he plays. Somewhat like how Irfan was used.

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