England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

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Deselect one of the twelve.

Graham Gooch
0
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Marcus Trescothick
0
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Joe Root
0
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Kevin Pietersen
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Paul Collingwood
0
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Jos Buttler
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Andrew Flintoff
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Chris Woakes
1
8%
Graeme Swann
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James Tredwell
6
50%
Darren Gough
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No votes
James Anderson
5
42%
 
Total votes : 12

Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby alfie » Wed Apr 04, 2018 6:17 am

Arthur Crabtree wrote:
alfie wrote:This may sound like a cop out...but surely , that would come down to the pitch and conditions , no ? That's why they pick twelve...


I mentioned playing at Lord's but really I mean just a standard ODI good batting track.


OK ...Hmm. Tricky. Might imply it will be rough for all bowlers...

I need to break this deadlock , eh ? I'm going to leave out Tredwell then a little reluctantly as I think I want a fourth pace man and we do have Root and KP to bowl a bit of off spin for variety.
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Wed Apr 04, 2018 8:48 am

I'll leave this until the weekend.

I think the balance is ok actually, with Woakes in the side.

Wonder if this side could win a WC?
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Tue May 01, 2018 12:42 pm

OK, time to call time. Our all time ODI XI is:
Gooch
Trescothick
Root
Pietersen
Collingwood
Buttler
Flintoff
Woakes
Swann
Gough
Anderson

Tredwell

So three of the present ODI side, often called England's best ever.

Thanks for your votes.
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby Arthur Crabtree » Fri Jun 22, 2018 1:22 pm

Maybe this side would be different already.
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby DiligentDefence » Fri Jun 22, 2018 1:42 pm

Arthur Crabtree wrote:Maybe this side would be different already.

If not already, then pretty soon I think.
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby backfootpunch » Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:41 pm

Chuck Rashid in for Tredwell then drop woakes out

And one of bairstow or Roy for gooch
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby ianp1970 » Tue Sep 04, 2018 9:49 pm

backfootpunch wrote:Chuck Rashid in for Tredwell then drop woakes out

And one of bairstow or Roy for gooch


Gooch
Barstow/Roy
Trescothick
Root
Pietersen
Collingwood
Buttler
Flintoff
Woakes
Rashid
Swann
Gough
Anderson

Tredwell
Woakes

As above, bfp?


If so, I'm liking the bowling attack, with Colly/Root more than capable options - if required, but the batting looks a bit six-out could soon be all-out.

Woakes (no. 8) for Anderson maybe...
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Re: England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

Postby backfootpunch » Fri Sep 07, 2018 1:47 am

ianp1970 wrote:
backfootpunch wrote:Chuck Rashid in for Tredwell then drop woakes out

And one of bairstow or Roy for gooch


Gooch
Barstow/Roy
Trescothick
Root
Pietersen
Collingwood
Buttler
Flintoff
Woakes
Rashid
Swann
Gough
Anderson

Tredwell
Woakes

As above, bfp?


If so, I'm liking the bowling attack, with Colly/Root more than capable options - if required, but the batting looks a bit six-out could soon be all-out.

Woakes (no. 8) for Anderson maybe...


If that top 7 can't get you enough runs for your best bowlers to defend then you are struggling

Swann and Rashid can both get a quick 20 or 30

I'd rather have Anderson with the new ball than woakes and we have Freddie and gough to bowl at the death so Jimmy can bowl plenty at the start when it's swinging a little

Rashid over Tredwell definitely seems a no brainer to me, Rashid has been exceptional for a while now taking 72 wickets at 25.4 over the last couple of years
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