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Old 2nd June 2007, 10:41   #11
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Originally Posted by englandsashes2009 View Post
Most FC cricketers have batted high up the order for their clubs,including GBH and Hoggy. Its a red herring. In his first test he batted at 10, behind Hughes and McDermott. Only ahead of Reid. This also demonstrates that the Aussies pick bowlers for bowling ability.
Just as you imply England should then? Warne batting up the order isn't a red herring because he was actually more of a batsman than bowler very early in his career, indicating that he could bat. Hoggard most certainly was not. What do you make of Warne's batting stats breakdown then? I notice you ignored that.
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