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Thread: England Cricket Team - 2010s Champion Cricket Team

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    England Cricket Team - 2010s Champion Cricket Team

    1970s and 80s - West Indies
    1990s and 2000s - Australia
    2010s - England? Or South Africa
    The English team has made a resounding step forward with an Ashes series win in Australia
    Strauss - the Allan Border of England? Who will be their Mark Taylor? Ali Cook?
    Jonatahn Trott - Steve Waugh?
    Welcome the new champions, folks!

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    Forget Sachin, Forget Laxman, Forget Dhoni, Zaheer, Sehwag......
    Plum is the best player for India
    neenga mattum oru 20 varusham munnaadi indha chatergies imblement senjirundheengannaa, varisayaa naama 4-5 waeld cup vaangiyirukkalaam! oru 50-60 tests jeichirukkalaam!
    Damager - 30 roovaa da, 30 roovaa kuduththa 3 naaL kaNNu muzhichchu vElai senju 30 pakkam OttuvaNdaa!

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    http://www.topnews.in/sports/england...vaughan-215589

    Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan has tipped England to take over the position of No.1 Test side as India are an ageing side.
    Vaughan feels the other top teams India, Sri Lanka and South Africa will lose players in the near future paving the way for England to claim the top Test spot.

    'India are an ageing side. V.V.S. Laxman, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid will go soon. Zaheer Khan will not bowl forever and has suffered injuries. He missed the first Test of their series in South Africa and they lost,' Vaughan wrote in his column for The Telegraph Friday.

    'How much have South Africa got in reserve if Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn get injured or what happens when Mark Boucher and Jacques Kallis retire?

    'Sri Lanka have lost Muttiah Muralitharan, who put them in the top bracket of teams. They will still score a lot of runs but if you cannot take 20 wickets it is difficult over a long period to win series,' he said.

    Vaughan gives reasons for the English supremacy in the longer-version of the game.

    'If you look at England then you can see Andrew Strauss going on for three or four years. The team can stay together for a long time and there is no great side for them to be fearful of. There is no gulf in class between No.3 in the world and No.1, which was the case when Australia were far better than anyone else.'

    'We have seen in this series that when Stuart Broad missed out Chris Tremlett came in and performed. The same for Steven Finn and Tim Bresnan. Ajmal Shahzad is waiting in the wings, Monty Panesar is in reserve and Adil Rashid will probably be ready in a year's time. Eoin Morgan is waiting patiently, hoping he will get a chance.

    'England's attack would have two spinners (an offie and leggie) and three seamers. Imagine Rashid, Broad, Graeme Swann, James Anderson and Tremlett. What a unit that could be,' he wrote.

    England have retained the Ashes by winning the Melbourne Test and Vaughan rates the victory as predictable because of Australia's decline in the recent past.

    Appadi podu aruvalai!!!.

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    I love the English.

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    Monty Panesar, Adil Rashid.. Woww, world beaters they are!!! I can't wait for these English snobs to crash on earth

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    Probably somebody should whitewash them again, LM.

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    No need of whitewash. A series loss will do. In fact Vaughan is indirectly admitting England can't reach no.1 status until the top players in other teams retire

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    Yeah, I thought of that too.

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    ellAm indha australiavai sollaNum. Romba varushathukkappuram tri-series thokkaradhu to a team with 40 year old kizham nixon as wicketkeeper and pinch hitter. Losing a ashes series in aus to England

    EkAI?

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    Now England cricket team is losing the cricket matches.

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