Originally Posted by aNarcHy2day
My two cents on Trott and KP as an outsider.
Trott always struck me as someone who, if the going for England got tough, he would down tools and go 'this match is done, how can I get the most runs'.
KP, on the other hand, came across as someone who just wanted to win a game of cricket.
Ironically, it was Pietersen who had the reputation of being the selfish one (I imagine KP was difficult to work with in the sense of having a very clear belief in how to win and you'd have to take time to explain to him and win him over on alternative course of actions but he was someone who'd give his all for the cause and even his detractors concede nobody worked harder).
Originally Posted by Sir Virgs and Zamora
So comfortably the best side averages as near as dammit 300. Doesn’t this show that 300 is absolutely not par yet? We are the best and only just do so and when we get it we win (despite bowling not being great).
How often do other sides win when make 300?
I would suggest still far more won that lost.
I thought you did statistics for a living? Have you moved to Brexit Central?