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England team: Hobbs, Hutton (c), Hammond, Barrington, Pietersen, Botham, Knott (wk), Underwood, Larwood, Trueman, Barnes. 12th man: Compton
There’s a vast pool to pick from when we’re picking England’s greatest ever cricketers and, of course, over the last few decades the white-ball formats have become a factor to consider. Top 10 England Cricketers: Len Hutton. Kevin Pietersen. Sir Ian Botham. Fred Trueman. Bob Willis. James Anderson. Ben Stokes. Sir Alastair Cook. Jack Hobbs. Stuart Broad
Records includes the following current or recent matches: England v India at The Oval, 4th Test, Sep 2-6, 2021 [ Test # 2433] England v India at Leeds, 3rd Test, Aug 25-28, 2021 [ Test # 2432] England v India at Lord's, 2nd Test, Aug 12-16, 2021 [ Test # 2429]
Assembling an all time Test XI encompassing almost 141 years of history is no easy task. Not surprisingly, the vast majority of the entrants in the dream team are masters of yore.
Very unfortunate not to make it to England’s All-Time ODI XI. The Final XI. Marcus Trescothick, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Kevin Pietersen, Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes, Andrew Flintoff, Graeme Swann, Darren Gough, James Anderson. Finally, a superb team to represent England’s Best One-Day International XI of All-Time!
The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced England’s all-time best Test XI, as chosen by 6,000 voters. And the winners are: Alastair Cook, Len Hutton, David Gower, Kevin Pietersen, Joe ...
England 1000, feature. As England prepare for their 1,000th Test match on Wednesday against India, the ECB have announced the nation’s greatest ever Test side. Over 6,000 English cricket fans voted and the team consists exclusively of Test legends, including three from the current squad – James Anderson, Alastair Cook and Joe Root.
1. Jack Hobbs (England, 1908-1930) 61 Tests, 5,410 runs at 56.94. 2. WG Grace (England, 1880-1899) 22 Tests, 1,098 runs at 32.29. 3. Donald Bradman (Australia, 1928-1948 - captain) 52 Tests, 6,996...