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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminator 2 View Post
    In the last five years, India's best bowlers in ODIs have been Ashwin, Jadeja and Shami. None of them played in the recent series!

    Ashwin's and Jadeja's stats for the last 5 years are amazingly similar-

    Ashwin- 98 matches, 137 wkts, 31.35 avg, 4.82 eco, 39 SR, 1 four wkts haul, 0 five wkts haul.
    Jadeja- 87 matches, 115 wkts, 31.46 avg, 4.85 eco, 38.9 SR, 4 four wkts haul, 1 five wkts haul.
    If Jadeja's inability to hit big are pardoned, he is quite good player

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    Quote Originally Posted by neothematrix View Post
    If Jadeja's inability to hit big are pardoned, he is quite good player

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    Ranji Trophy 2015, round five


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    Vidarbha 332 (Fazal 120, Shrivastava 63) and 149 (Ubarhande 47, Jaffer 33, Darekar 5-78) beat Maharashtra 237 (Khurana 74, Sarvate 3-41) and 162 (Wakhare 6-58, Sarvate 4-74) by 82 runs in Nagpur

    Tamil Nadu 328 (Indrajith 151) and 77 for 2 (Karthik 43) beat Railways 164 (Crist 6-60) and 240 (f/o) (Cheluvaraj 88, Rawat 78, R Shah 4-38) by eight wickets in Delhi.

    Karnataka 281 (Agarwal 66, Samarth 65, Choudhary 5-77) and 318 for 5 dec (Uthappa 160, Reddy 69) beat Rajasthan 242 (Bhatia 99, Vinay 3-42, Aravind 3-42) and 265 (P Sharma 114, Yagnik 71, Mathias 3-52) by 92 runs in Jaipur.

    Saurashtra 264 (Barot 66, Khalid 5-74) and 302 for 6 (Jadeja 55, Vasadava 57, Dodia 65, Khalid 4-147) beat to beat Services 254 (Paliwal 121, Unadkat 6-80) and 311 for 6 dec (Paliwal 103, Yashpal 115* (in his 100th FC game)) by four wickets in Delhi

    Himachal Pradesh 561 for 5 dec (Dogra 209*, Bains 114, Chopra 101, Dutta 3-79) beat Tripura 285 (Bose 95) and 270 (Bose 60, Chowdhary 66, Bedi 3-50, Vashisht 3-63) by an innings and six runs in Dharamsala

    Madhya Pradesh 269 (Patidar 60, Harpreet 51, Swapnil 4-61) and 288 for 6 (Patidar 101, Swapnil 4-94) beat Baroda 296 (Waghmode 68, Yusuf 55, Hooda 51, Hirwani 5-60) and 174 (Yusuf 86, Swapnil 47, Hirwani 4-41) in Vadodara

    Delhi 311 (Milind 59, Pradhan 4-119) and 193 for 9 dec (Gambhir 54, Shorey 62, Mohanty 6-39 (including hat-trick)) drew with Odisha 217 (Behera 62, Sarangi 76, Sangwan 7-38) and 88 for 3 (Behera 35) in Bhubaneshwar.

    Goa 302 (Asnodkar 71, Jadhav 63, Quadri 6-97) and 102 for 5 dec drew with Jharkhand 209 (Sumit 51*, Jakati 5-72) and 105 for 6 (Gautam 41, A Yadav 3-47) in Jamshedpur

    J & K 460 (Mahnas 150, Ian Dev 83, Rasool 75) and 56 for 2 drew with Hyderabad 280 (Agarwal 71, Anirudh 68, R Sharma 4-78, Sofi 4-37) and 307 for 7 (f/o) (Sumanth 67*, Vihari 65, Prince 62, Dayal 5-51) in Hyderabad

    Bengal 329 (Chandila 65, Shaw 54, Ojha 51) and 211 for 8 dec (Shaw 61, Hooda 4-65) drew with Haryana 225 (R Sharma 78, Chahal 42, Mukesh 4-53) and 195 for 6 (R Sharma 50*, Rana 50, Sehwag 46, Dinda 3-52) in Lahli

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    Yusuf Pathan and Swapnil Singh gave MP a serious run for their money.

    Saurashtra win by four wickets after Ravindra Jadeja, Aarpit Vasavada and Mohsin Dodia half-centuries. That's their fourth win in four matches, and they go back up to the top of the table. Jadeja's had a hand or two in all of them.the man is shutting critics up with his bat!



    Jadeja showing ample evidence of returning to full fitness and form. He should be a shoe in for the test side from here. We would have a formidable bowling lineup with him back so long as Ashwin maintains his world beating form and rhythm after that injury lay off. But things are looking up.

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    Yes...looks like Ashwin and Jadeja will play the tests. Ishant too from the second test. Let's see who are the other bowlers India go with.
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    Based on the net sessions, it looks like the Indian team could be:

    Vijay
    Dhawan
    Pujara
    Kohli
    Rahane
    Rohit
    Saha
    Jadeja
    Ashwin
    Mishra
    Umesh
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    Best Test XI with players from each of the 10 test playing nations:


    1. Sir Jack Hobbs (ENG)- He has scored more first class runs than anyone else in the game (61,760) and also has the maximum hundreds in first class cricket (199). Hobbs played 61 tests in his career and scored 5,410 runs at an exceptional average of 56.94.

    2. Len Hutton (ENG)- Hutton played 79 tests and scored 6,971 runs at an average of 56.67.

    3. Sir Don Bradman (AUS)- In 52 tests that he played for Australia, he scored 6,996 runs at an unbelievable average of 99.94 and scored 29 centuries.

    4. Sachin Tendulkar (IND)- In a marathon career that lasted for 24 years, Sachin played 200 tests and scored 15,921 runs at an average of 53.78, including a staggering 51 centuries.

    5. Sir Garry Sobers (WI)- He played 93 tests and scored 8,032 runs at an average of 57.78. He also picked up 235 wickets at an average of 34.03.

    6. Andy Flower (ZIM) - 63 tests for Zimbabwe and scored 4,794 runs at an average of 51.54

    7. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN) - 42 tests for Bangladesh and scored 2,823 runs at an average of 39.76. He has also picked up 147 wickets at an average of 33.31.

    8. Sir Richard Hadlee (NZ) - 86 tests for 431 wickets at an average of 22.29. He also scored 3124 runs at an average of 27.16.

    9. Wasim Akram (PAK) - 104 tests for 414 wickets at an average of 23.62. He was also a handy lower order batsman and scored 2898 runs at an average of 22.64.

    10. Dale Steyn (SA) - 80 tests for 402 wickets at an average of 22.48. (His strike rate is the best among all bowlers who have picked up more than 300 test wickets.)

    11. Muttiah Muralitharan (SL) - 800 wickets in 133 tests at an average of 22.72.
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    CRICKET ALL STARS-


    Sachin's Blasters:

    Sachin Tendulkar (c)
    Virender Sehwag
    VVS Laxman
    Brian Lara
    Sourav Ganguly
    Mahela Jayawardene
    Carl Hooper
    Moin Khan (wk)
    Muttiah Muralitharan
    Graeme Swann
    Curtly Ambrose
    Shaun Pollock
    Glenn McGrath
    Lance Klusener
    Shoaib Akhtar
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    Warne's Warriors:

    Shane Warne (c)
    Matthew Hayden
    Michael Vaughan
    Ricky Ponting
    Jonty Rhodes
    Jacques Kallis
    Andrew Symonds
    Kumar Sangakkara (wk)
    Saqlain Mushtaq
    Daniel Vettori
    Courtney Walsh
    Wasim Akram
    Allan Donald
    Ajit Agarkar
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    I would have loved to see players like Jayasuriya, Gilchrist, Gibbs instead of Laxman, Hooper, Vaughan as they are better suited for the T20s and aren't that old either.
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    Also Waqar, Vaas, Lee would be better as they are 10 years younger than Walsh and Ambrose who are 52-53!
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    Sachin's Blasters- 140-8, Sehwag 55(22), Warne 3-20
    Warne's Warriors- 141-4, Ponting 48*(38), Akhtar 2-26
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