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    Tests 11 v ODIs 11

    You could/should make the ODI XI a lot stronger by getting better opener(s) and putting Ponting where he belongs at 3- that way they have a real shot at winning test series. Going back to the OP, I reckon Test XI wins test series 2-1 and ODI XI wins ODIs by same margin... each teams bowling attacks should get them a win in their "other" format
  2. @zen @Rasgulla Tendulkar’s performances under pressure in Test matches Runs Opponent Venue Date Situation when he batted 58 vs Pakistan Faisalabad Nov 23, 89 101 for 4 – playing his second Test 57 vs Pakistan Sialkot Dec 9, 89 38 for 4 – in his fourth Test 119* vs England Manchester Aug 9, 90 109 for 4 – facing defeat on last day 114 vs Australia Perth Feb 1, 92 69 for 2 – soon became 159 for 8 111 vs South Africa Johannesburg Nov 26, 92 27 for 2 85 vs West Indies Mumbai Nov 18, 94 11 for 3 179 vs West Indies Nagpur Dec 1, 94 49 for 2 122 vs England Birmingham Jun 6, 96 17 for 2 177 vs England Nottingham Jul 4, 96 33 for 2 169 vs South Africa Cape Town Jan 2, 97 25 for 3 92 vs West Indies Bridgetown Mar 27, 97 42 for 2 – on a fast wicket against Ambrose and Bishop 139 vs Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) Aug 9, 97 9 for 2 113 vs New Zealand Wellington Dec 26, 98 112 for 3 – after trailing by 104 in first innings 67 vs New Zealand Hamilton Jan 2, 99 17 for 2 136 vs Pakistan Chennai Jan 28, 99 6 for 2 116 vs Australia Melbourne Dec 26, 99 11 for 2 52 vs Australia Melbourne Dec 26, 99 40 for 2 – facing defeat 97 vs South Africa Mumbai Feb 24, 00 39 for 2 – solo battled to 173 for 8 76 vs Australia Mumbai Feb 27, 01 25 for 2 65 vs Australia Mumbai Feb 27, 01 58 for 2 – with one batsman retired hurt and facing innings defeat 69 vs Zimbabwe Harare Jun 15, 01 32 for 2 155 vs South Africa Bloemfontein Nov 3, 01 43 for 2 – later 65 for 4 90 vs England Bangalore Dec 19, 01 22 for 2 79 vs West Indies Georgetown Apr 11, 02 21 for 2 117 vs West Indies Port of Spain Apr 19, 02 38 for 2 86 vs West Indies Kingston May 18, 02 25 for 2 92 vs England Nottingham Aug 8, 02 11 for 2 176 vs West Indies Kolkata Oct 30, 02 11 for 2 – in second innings, facing defeat 51 vs New Zealand Wellington Dec 12, 02 31 for 2 55 vs Australia Mumbai Nov 3, 04 14 for 2 248* vs Bangladesh Dhaka Dec 10, 04 24 for 2 63 vs South Africa Durban Dec 26, 06 35 for 2 62 vs Australia Melbourne Dec 26, 07 31 for 2 68 vs Australia Delhi Oct 29, 08 27 for 2 103* vs England Chennai Dec 11, 08 141 for 2 – chasing 387 on last day on spinning track 100 vs South Africa Nagpur Feb 6, 10 24 for 2 84 vs Sri Lanka Galle Jul 18, 10 42 for 2 214 vs Australia Bangalore Oct 9, 10 38 for 2 – facing 478 run total in first innings 146 vs South Africa Cape Town Jan 2, 11 28 for 2 56 vs England Nottingham Jul 29, 11 13 for 2 91 vs England The Oval Aug 18, 11 64 for 2 – facing innings defeat
  3. Need to give guys who have done well in IPL a long consistent run out in T20Is: Surya Kumar, Nitish Rana, Samson, Shreyas Gopal, Rajpoot, Dinesh K
  4. Good point lol. ABDV, Amla and POllock were all terrible. Have to get in Cronje or Faf and drop Amla
  5. De Kock, Gibbs, Amla, Kallis, De Villiers, Rhodes, Klusener, S Pollock, Donald, Morkel, Tahir Amla is a bit shoe horned in there, forcing both Kallis and AB one spot lower than they should... but feel like Amla can not be left out
  6. @Rasgulla @coffee_rules Dig a bit deeper and Dravids stats are boosted by that one series in 2001, in particular the 180. Tendulkars are hit by being forced to play a test with an inured elbow in Nagpur in 2004; meanwhile he averages 46 in 1999/00 tour of Aus as captain of one of a terrible Indian touring team- a tour where Dravid and Ganguly struggled; and 50 in the historic 00/01 tour KP is a genius but by the time he was hammering McWarne they were well into their mid 30's
  7. Thisala Perera should be in at 7 for me.
  8. I did not consider Ranatunga that seriously mainly because needed someone to bat at 6 or 7... and T Perera was a better fit there and he bowls. But there is more than enough bowling options for a batsman instead.
  9. Jayasuriya Dilshan Sangakarra (wk) Jayawardena (c) A De Silva Matthews T Perera C Vaas L Malinga N Kulasekara M Murailtharan -------- Good team, though not in the class of other all time ODI XIs- deep batting, lots of bowling options, should be a tough proposition in home conditions
  10. Praveen was ok. There are "better" options: Paras Mhambrey for eg
  11. Sooda

    Vinoo Mankad

    Indian great. Does not have the fame he deserves tbh. Those runs at lords were opening against Truman and Bedser; also scored two in a match vs Lindwall and Miller in Australia. Batted in every position in the lineup, funnily enough. Even though he was such a good opener.
  12. Roy Fredricks Saeed Anwar Brian Lara Viv Richards Gary Sobers Les Ames Kapil Dev Wasim Akram Richard Hadlee Richie Benaud Joel Garner
  13. SRK is a good actor, yes he has done the same type of role too many times but more than enough on his CV- especially in the so called anti hero role, then factor in more serious drama like Swades and Chak De- to show his versatility. I wish he would permanently go on to more mature roles the way Akshay has done. No he is not conventionally good looking, much less so than Aamir and Salman. But the point about his charm and wit is a good one
  14. Ok, so this is my attempt at an XI that wont get into an "all time " dream team, but are greats of their nations and in a lineup that works in ODIs and Tests :) Hashim Amla Saeed Anwar Joe Root Inzamam Ul Haq Kevin Pieterson Brendon McCullum Andrew Flintoff Daniel Vettori Graeme Swann Mitchell Johnson Shoaib Akhtar
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