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Was a simple choice for me between Lara and Tendulkar. Went with Tendulkar since he was a local.
Tendulkar is counted as T20 player though unlike lara
 

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Tendulkar is counted as T20 player though unlike lara
I know that... Already have my PreT20 players planned so no problem :)
 

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A good cricketing mind, knows his fields very well, vastly experienced, had variousbowling variations in his pocket, master of knuckle ball, good with both old and new balls.
Expecting same what Bumrah and Boult has done in IPL 2020
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ODI stats: 456 runs @ 24.00 (SR: 90.47, 1 century, best 101*) and 67 wickets @ 34.68 (econ: 4.94, best 3/22) in 65 matches



Chetan Sharma was a better player than his stats suggest, capable on his day of both 96-ball ODI hundreds and all-bowled World Cup hat-tricks. He's the perfect kind of player to hover at around seven or eight in a Twenty20 batting order, whilst also sending down about three overs per game. And if he doesn't come off, as is occasionally going to be the case, it doesn't matter - there are plenty more options in the side to pick up the slack. He's a low-use, high-impact all-rounder - somewhat like a fast bowling Rahul Tewatia.


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1. :wi: :bat: Chris Gayle :os:
2. :ind: :bat: Kris Srikkanth :slvo:
3. :aus: :ar: Charlie Macartney :os: :slvo:
4. :saf: :wkb: AB de Villiers :os:
5. :ind: :bat: Vinod Kambli :slvo:
6. :ind: :ar: Hardik Pandya
7. :ind: :ar: Chetan Sharma :slvo:
8. -
9. -
10. :wi: :bwl: Joel Garner :os: :slvo:
11. -

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Now that is certainly an unusual pick. :eek:
 

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Strike rate of 90 in an era when that didn't happen, and a decent bowler of inswinging yorkers? I'm getting him in. He'll probably end up batting at about eight and not always having to bowl, but he's a hugely underrated cricketer and I'd back him to deliver in a push. Given the remaining players I have in mind, I'm very confident of having room in my team for a bit of a luxury player.
 

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DEEPAK CHAHAR

With enough of express pace in my bowling lineup already, I needed a guy who could hold his own with his accuracy, swing and change of pace. And thus, Deepak Chahar.
He'll be needed in my team to bowl an over upfront and then maybe two or three at the death, considering his superb returns for CSK, in his new role of death bowling. With 107 wickets in T20 cricket at an economy rate of 7.34, he'll keep the runs tight at one end while taking a wicket or two in the powerplay.

  1. :ind: :local: :wkb: KL Rahul
  2. :ind: :local: :bat: Sachin Tendulkar
  3. :ind: :local: :bat: Virender Sehwag
  4. ?
  5. :wi: :os: :ar: Andre Russell
  6. ?
  7. :saf: :os: :ar: Mike Procter :slvo:
  8. :ind: :local: :ar: Bapu Nadkarni :slvo:
  9. :ind: :local: :bwl: Deepak Chahar
  10. :ind: :local: :bwl: Erapalli Prasanna :slvo:
  11. ?
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Ashish Nehra will be my second main pacer. In fourth position among Indian pacers in terms of IPL wickets, with 103, at an average of 23, and economy of 7.8, almost equal to the third on the list.

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1. :ind: Farokh Engineer :wkb: :slvo:
2. :ind: Rohit Sharma :bat:
3. :ind: Virat Kohli :bat:
4. :pak: Zaheer Abbas :bat: :slvo:
5.
6. :eng: Ian Botham :ar: :slvo:
7.
8. :pak: Abdul Qadir :bwl: :slvo:
9. :wi: Curtly Ambrose :bwl: :slvo:
10. :ind: Kuldeep Yadav :bwl:
11. :ind: Ashish Nehra :bwl:

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:ind: :ar: Chetan Sharma
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ODI stats: 456 runs @ 24.00 (SR: 90.47, 1 century, best 101*) and 67 wickets @ 34.68 (econ: 4.94, best 3/22) in 65 matches



Chetan Sharma was a better player than his stats suggest, capable on his day of both 96-ball ODI hundreds and all-bowled World Cup hat-tricks. He's the perfect kind of player to hover at around seven or eight in a Twenty20 batting order, whilst also sending down about three overs per game. And if he doesn't come off, as is occasionally going to be the case, it doesn't matter - there are plenty more options in the side to pick up the slack. He's a low-use, high-impact all-rounder - somewhat like a fast bowling Rahul Tewatia.


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1. :wi: :bat: Chris Gayle :os:
2. :ind: :bat: Kris Srikkanth :slvo:
3. :aus: :ar: Charlie Macartney :os: :slvo:
4. :saf: :wkb: AB de Villiers :os:
5. :ind: :bat: Vinod Kambli :slvo:
6. :ind: :ar: Hardik Pandya
7. :ind: :ar: Chetan Sharma :slvo:
8. -
9. -
10. :wi: :bwl: Joel Garner :os: :slvo:
11. -

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Strike rate of 90 in an era when that didn't happen, and a decent bowler of inswinging yorkers? I'm getting him in. He'll probably end up batting at about eight and not always having to bowl, but he's a hugely underrated cricketer and I'd back him to deliver in a push. Given the remaining players I have in mind, I'm very confident of having room in my team for a bit of a luxury player.

Not doubting him as a player at all, he was supposed to be Kapil Dev's eventual successor at one point. Just that this is the first time I'm seeing him mentioned, the last time I noticed his name was when I was going through a list of players for my Bengal team. The other alternatives have better domestic records and reputations but lack his white ball experience and international record (although there is one player that I was expecting you to pick up instead of Hardik himself).
 

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Twenty20 stats: 256 wickets @ 22.71 (econ: 7.18, 2 5WI, best 5/17) in 232 matches



India has had a fine flurry of T20I-ready spin bowlers come and go from their international fold, all of them broken in by cutting their teeth in the IPL against world-class opponents. None has done better though than the unfashionably stocky leggie from Haryana, Amit Mishra. He averages 15 with the ball for India, and under 25 for three different IPL franchises. He's a control bowler who picks up wickets. And although he may seem a little one-dimensional, he does also have a first-class double century to his name - not that it'll get him any higher than maybe number nine. He'll be complemented well by Macartney's flatter style of spin bowling.



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1. :wi: :bat: Chris Gayle :os:
2. :ind: :bat: Kris Srikkanth :slvo:
3. :aus: :ar: Charlie Macartney :os: :slvo:
4. :saf: :wkb: AB de Villiers :os:
5. :ind: :bat: Vinod Kambli :slvo:
6. :ind: :ar: Hardik Pandya
7. :ind: :ar: Chetan Sharma :slvo:
8. -
9. :ind: :bwl: Amit Mishra
10. :wi: :bwl: Joel Garner :os: :slvo:
11. -

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