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View Poll Results: Which is the best team drafted?
Isnaad's XI 1 16.67%
maysun's XI 0 0%
BengaliPagol's XI 1 16.67%
BD_Rox's XI 1 16.67%
Kohli_Sox's XI 1 16.67%
Gowza's XI 1 16.67%
TigerEz's XI 1 16.67%
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Old July 16, 2012, 01:02 PM
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Default Vote: ATG ODI XI

We have drafted and each of us tried to pick the best ODI XI of All Time.

Isnaad's XI

1. Saeed Anwar
2. Viv Richards
3. Kumar Sangakkara (WK)
4. Aravinda De Silva(VC)
5. Inzamam Ul Huq
6. Clive Lloyd (C)
7. Lance Klusener
8. Daniel Vettori
9. Abdul Qadir
10. Lasith Malinga
11. Joel Garner

12. Nasir Hossain (12th man)

maysun's XI

1. Adam Gilchrist (WK)
2. Sachin Tendulkar
3. Rahul Dravid
4. Gordon Greenidge
5. Jonty Rhodes
6. Michael Bevan
7. Sir Ian Botham (VC)
8. Kapil Dev (C)
9. Shaun Pollock
10. Graeme Swann
11. Michael Holding

12. Mohammad Rafique (12th man)

BengaliPagol's XI

1. Shane Watson
2. Jacques Kallis
3. Johnathon Trott
4. Dean Jones (c)
5. Javed Miandad (vc)
6. Andrew Symonds
7. Umar Akmal (wk)
8. Richard Hadlee
9. Saeed Ajmal
10. Dennis Lillee
11. Glenn McGrath

12. Keiron Pollard (12th man)

BD_Rox's XI

1. Tamim Iqbal
2. Hashim Amla
3. Mahela Jayawardene(*)
4. Ian Bell
5. Eoin Morgan
6. Moin Khan(wk)
7. Mike Hussey
8. Dale Steyn
9. Steven Finn
10. Morne Morkel
11. Sunil Narine

12. R Ashwin (12th man)

Kohli_Sox's XI

1. Mark Waugh
2. Desmond Haynes
3. Michael Clarke (vc)
4. Brian Lara
5. Damien Martyn
6. Andy Flower (wk)
7. Chris Cairns
8. Imran Khan (c)
9. Saqlain Mushtaq
10. Allan Donald
11. Curtly Ambrose

12. Neil Johnson (12th man)

Gowza's XI

1. Chris Gayle
2. T M Dilshan
3. Virat Kohli
4. AB De Villiers
5. Kevin Pietersen
6. M S Dhoni
7. Shakib Al Hasan
8. Brad Hogg
9. Andy Roberts
10. Shane Bond
11. Patrick Patterson

12. Andre Russell (12th man)

TigerEz's XI

1. Matthew Hayden
2. Brendan McCullum (+)
3. Ricky Ponting (c)
4. Sourav Ganguly
5. Herschelle Gibbs
6. Ryan Ten Doeschate
7. Yuvraj Singh
8. Nathan Bracken
9. Shane Warne
10. Shoaib Akhter
11. Muttiah Muralitharan

12. Dwayne Bravo (12th man)
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Old July 16, 2012, 01:15 PM
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I"m gonna loose this one too just because of my stupid behavior in this forum!
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Old July 16, 2012, 01:27 PM
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I"m gonna loose this one too just because of my stupid behavior in this forum!
Lol....me too gonna loose buddy....don't worry man.
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Old July 16, 2012, 02:26 PM
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One of the most elegant and stylish batsmen, Mark Waugh, to open with a solid and very experienced member of West Indies' own Desmond Haynes. Mark Waugh will look to send the ball through the available gaps and capitalize on batting powerplay with Desmond Haynes to show his skills to pull and cut the ball as fiercefully as anyone. If a bowler somehow manages to get past the opening pair, then Michael Clarke walks in to the crease who is ideal for the situation as he can adapt to all conditions. He will stick it around if the ball moves or will score quickly if situation permits. He's holding the key at this no.3 crucial position.

Coming down to middle order- Brian Lara, Damien Martyn and Andy Flower- all of them are capable of building innings or to counter attack. Arguably Lara is the best left hander of all time, the master of calypso strokes. Records after records were broken by Lara and he never looked to stop at any point. The arrogance and essence in his shot making is something a spectator can never forget watching him playing live. Then there's Damien Martyn with classical technique with all shots in the book. His off drives are treat to watch. Andy Flower coming at no 6 is a man of colossal concentration. His innovations were nothing short of genius. Sweep, reverse sweep, name any unorthodox shot, he was the best at those.

We have two genuine all rounders, Chris Cairns and the mighty Imran khan. Chris Cairns could hit the ball out of the park all day and used to hit those big. A powerful player with powerful build up, nothing short of in the class of power hitters. Then comes the captain, Imran Khan, a great leader and inspired thousands of cricketers. A very inspirational captain on and off the field.

Allan Donald to open the bowling with Curtly Ambrose. Allan Donald is all about speed and aggression. In those days, batsmen were afraid to face Donald due to his ability to hit the seam and he had one of the best inswinger in the game. The ball used to swing late and the batsman had no time to adjust the shot and edged the ball when there was outswing. Ambrose to make sure that none of the batsmen get any room to free their arms. A great bowler of destructive line and length. His extraordinary bowling average of 20.24 speaks for itself. Then batsmen have to contain with Imran Khan's swing bowling esp Reverse Swing at the death. A nightmare really for the opposition. In the middle overs, Saqlain, the inventor of Doosra, is there who is rated as arguably the best ODI spin bowler of all time.

Fielding unit with likes of Mark Waugh, Michael Clarke and Damien Martyn- they will save atleast 20-30 runs. Mark Waugh can take those catches at slip all day and Martyn will be at point diving and hitting the wickets at regular interval.

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Old July 17, 2012, 12:09 AM
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It begins with Chris Gayle one of the most destructive batsmen the game has seen, not only can he take the game away from the oppostion but he can do it regularly and it's not just his destructive batting that can intimidate his opposition, he is also a rather physically imposing fellow. Chris Gayle is accompanied by T M Dilshan another aggressive batsman, he has great timing and is known for his infamous "dilscoop" shot, his best batting comes when he opens the innings, he is one of the most destructive and exciting modern day openers. the player who gets to follow after the agressive destructive play of gayle and dilshan is Virat Kohli still very young but has proven himself to be a consistently quality ODI performer, like the others above him he is an aggressive player, one of the most dependable you can find and he is perfect for the #3 slot as he can play defensively if needed but also possess a wide array of strokes all around the ground, he adapts and adjusts as needed he can be patient or aggressive, he plays the innings that is required and does it well.

the middle order is made-up of AB deVillers, Kevin Pietersen and M S Dhoni. AB deVilliers is a player who has it all, perfect temperament for all situations, he is perfectly balanced mentally and physically, terrific footwork not only allows him to play well against pace bowlers but also against the spinners. next comes the rather outspoken kevin pietersen but his brash personality off the field also translate to his personality on field and this brashness makes him an aggressive, exciting and destructive batsman, what makes pietersen different to most batsmen is that he backs it up with consistent performance. for the #6 position there is M S Dhoni one of the best finishers the game has ever seen, never unnerved when it comes to chasing a target he makes it look easy even when it looks to be impossibly hard.

to follow is Shakib Al Hasan the best ODI spin allrounder of current if not ever. dangerous with both bat and ball, he can change a match with either suit and soaks up pressure like a sponge. next in is Brad Hogg one of the best ODI chinaman bowlers we've seen, he started out FC cricket as a batsman but soon found out that he had a knack for chinaman bowling, not just that he has a great flipper and wrong'un that is tough to pick. the left arm bowling of shakib and hogg make this spin attack to be something most batsmen wouldn't be used to, how often does a quality SLA bowl in tandem with a quality chinaman? the adjustment and getting use to by batsmen of this more unique attack is an added bonus to the quality bowling of both shakib al hasan and brad hogg.

now, the fast men. Andy Roberts opens, he has pace, moves the ball and 2 variations of the bouncer, the batsmen just don't know which one is coming, he is economical and takes wickets at an average of 20.35. the names Bond, Shane Bond....Shane Bond is the other opener, described as fast and fearsome he's one of the quickest modern era bowlers, he swung the ball late at great pace and had a terrific yorker. shane bond also had a knack for taking 4fers and 5fers making him a great match winning bowler with an average of 20.88. Patrick Pattrerson is the third fast bowler to this quality attack. Known for his pace and also known for his nasty bowling. batsmen feared patterson, he was physically imposing and that was replicated in his bowling style, he was also good at taking wickets.

gayle and dilshan are capable enough spinners if a little back-up is asked of, gayle having taken over 150 ODI wickets and dilshan having taken close to 70, gives the bowling attack a little more depth.

12th man goes to Andre Russell an aggressive destructive allrounder, batting average over 30 (currently over 35) with a strike rate comfortably over 100 (120+) and a bowling average under 30 (currently 27) and a strike rate of 30. clearly a match winner with both bat and ball not only can he make big scores with a terrific strike rate but he can take hauls of wickets to.

fielding: the fielding of dilshan, AB, shakib and hogg should certainly save some runs.
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Old July 17, 2012, 06:33 AM
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My all-time ODI XI-
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1. Saeed Anwar (8,824 @39.21 Str. 80.7)
2. Viv Richards (6,721 @47 Str. 90.2 in 60 over matches)
3. Kumar Sangakkara (WK) (10,636 @38.3 Str. 75.5)
4. Aravinda De Silva (VC) (9,284 @35 Str. 81.1)
5. Inzamam Ul Huq (11,739 @39.5 Str. 74.2)
6. Clive Lloyd (C) (Marvelous Captain Avg- 39.5 Str. 81.2)
7. Lance Klusener (Batting Avg- 41.1 Str- 90 Bowling avg- 29.9 )
8. Daniel Vettori (282 wickets Avg- 31.1 Econ: 4.12)
9. Abdul Qadir (132 wickets Avg- 26.1 Econ- 4.06)
10. Lasith Malinga (192 wickets Avg- Avg- 26.2)
11. Joel Garner (146 wickets Avg- 18.8 Econ- 3.09)
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12th man: Nasir Hossain- Outstanding fielder who can give good support to the team as a 12th man.
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maysun bro's batting attack looks really good.
Gowza bro's team looks like Royal Challengers Bangalore! Formidable middle order.
Kohli Sox has a well balanced side.
BPXI has some wonderful players in his team but what I think is, his ordering could have been much better.
TigerEz picked good players but not necessarily the best ones to suit the format.
BD Rox seems to have followed a totally different route. Who knows? May be a team to watch out for in the future
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maysun bro's batting attack looks really good.
Gowza bro's team looks like Royal Challengers Bangalore! Formidable middle order.
Kohli Sox has a well balanced side.
BPXI has some wonderful players in his team but what I think is, his ordering could have been much better.
TigerEz picked good players but not necessarily the best ones to suit the format.
BD Rox seems to have followed a totally different route. Who knows? May be a team to watch out for in the future
Yes, my selection is totally different from all you guys. I got some realy talent in my XI. Hoping for the best.
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