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Old 7th October 2013, 15:56   #21
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Just for clarification I presume the first category means those fielders who helped affect run-outs?
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Run outs in all forms of the game

Run outs effected by (418)

34 - Prior
33 - Collingwood
28 - Anderson
21 - Pietersen, Bell
19 - Kieswetter
18 - GJones
17 - Vaughan
13 - Swann
11 - Giles, Strauss
10 - Morgan
9 - Read
8 - Cook, Trott, Flintoff, Bresnan, Broad, Finn
7 - Buttler, Stewart
6 - Nixon, Hussain, Bopara
5 - Solanki, Wright, Hoggard, Mahmood, Panesar
4 - Patel, Harmison, Bairstow, Dernbach
3 - Mascarenhas, Thorpe, Trescothick
2 - Shah, Shahzad, Dalrymple, Plunkett, Sidebottom, Caddick, Gough, Tudor, Batty, Ambrose
1 - White, Troughton, Johnson, Blackwell, Kabir Ali, Mustard, Davies, Yardy, Woakes, Maddy, Lumb, Stokes, Roy, Root, Jordan, Carberry, Foster, Silverwood, Butcher, Saggers, Kirtley, SJones, Pratt, Craddock, Ali

Players who were run out (255)

20 - Bell
16 - Collingwood
11 - Pietersen
10 - Prior, Trescothick
9 - Bresnan, Shah, Broad
8 - Harmison, Strauss, Swann
7 - Dernbach
6 - Panesar, Vaughan
5 - Trott, Anderson, Bopara
4 - Dalrymple, Wright, Mascarenhas, Kieswetter, Patel, Butcher, Root, Morgan, Tredwell
3 - Kabir Ali, Hoggard, Cook
2 - Giles, Read, Batty, Solanki, G Jones, Rashid, Mahmood, Yardy, Joyce, Borthwick, Gough Sidebottom, Hales, White, Giles, Flintoff, Maddy, Stewart
1 - Knight, McGrath, Clarke, G Jones, Wharf, Blackwell, Lewis, Shahzad, Plunkett, Loudon, Nixon, Loye, Mustard, Denly, Onions, Tremlett, Carberry, Buttler, Croft, Thorpe, Ward, Key, Crawley, Taylor, Ali

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Old 7th October 2013, 17:44   #23
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Collingwood surprisingly low in the number of test run outs affected. Not surprisingly top of the pile in limited overs despite having been out of the international scene for 2 and a half years. I presume the high number of run outs for him were self sacrifices going for the extra run right at the end of the innings. He was always the most athletic player in the side by some distance in his prime.
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Collingwood surprisingly low in the number of test run outs affected. Not surprisingly top of the pile in limited overs despite having been out of the international scene for 2 and a half years. I presume the high number of run outs for him were self sacrifices going for the extra run right at the end of the innings. He was always the most athletic player in the side by some distance in his prime.
He spent a lot of time at slip, hard to run people out from there. Plus I guess his reputation would stop batsmen even taking a risk against him.
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He spent a lot of time at slip, hard to run people out from there. Plus I guess his reputation would stop batsmen even taking a risk against him.
He was at slip later on in his career but earlier on (and I would suggest the bulk of the time) he was in the covers and certainly comfortably the best we had there at the time as GBG pointed out originally.
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Probably the best fielder at hitting the stumps that I have seen would be Ponting.

The fielder who aimed at the stumps and went for overthrows more times than most would be Pietersen. Anderson would have at least 50 runs less to his figures.
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