England All Time ODI XI- the omission.

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Deselect one of the twelve.

Graham Gooch
0
No votes
Marcus Trescothick
0
No votes
Joe Root
0
No votes
Kevin Pietersen
0
No votes
Paul Collingwood
0
No votes
Jos Buttler
0
No votes
Andrew Flintoff
0
No votes
Chris Woakes
1
9%
Graeme Swann
0
No votes
James Tredwell
5
45%
Darren Gough
0
No votes
James Anderson
5
45%
 
Total votes : 11

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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