ICC awards 2012

Clarke named captain of ICC Test Team of the Year

ESPNcricinfo staff

August 30, 2012

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Australia's Michael Clarke has been named captain of the ICC's Test Team of the Year, while South Africa quick Dale Steyn has made it to the team for the fifth year in a row.

Test Team of the Year stats

The team comprises Alastair Cook and Hashim Amla as openers, with Kumar Sangakkara, Jacques Kallis, Clarke and Shivnarine Chanderpaul slotting into the middle order. Matt Prior has been chosen as the wicketkeeper, and Saeed Ajmal is the spinner in the XI. The pace attack includes Stuart Broad, Vernon Philander and Steyn. AB de Villiers was chosen as 12th man.

For Amla, Kallis and Sangakkara, this is the third consecutive year that they have made the team, while for Cook and Broad it's the second.

The team was announced alongside the shortlists for the ICC's annual awards ceremony on Thrusday. The players were chosen by a panel consisting of former players - West Indies batsmen Clive Lloyd and Carl Hooper, Sri Lanka opener Marvan Attapatu, Australia allrounder Tom Moody and England Women's captain Clare Connor - based on their performance between August 4, 2011, and August 6, 2012.

Lloyd, who was the chairman of the selection panel, said apart from statistics, the playing conditions encountered by the cricketers were taken into account while picking the team. "The selectors did utilise a vast amount of statistics from the period under observation, but we also took into account all other factors like the opposition, pitch conditions, match situation etc.

"The process of selection was a difficult one, with a lengthy debate between the panel on all the top performances during the voting period, and various combinations were considered."

The ICC ODI Team of the Year will be announced prior to the awards function, which is set for September 15 in Colombo.

ICC Test Team of the Year 2011-12: Alastair Cook, Hashim Amla, Kumar Sangakkara, Jacques Kallis, Michael Clarke (capt), Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Matt Prior (wk), Stuart Broad, Saeed Ajmal, Vernon Philander, Dale Steyn, AB de Villiers (12th man)

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Posted by TheGreatestGameEverPlayed on (September 1, 2012, 21:13 GMT)

Huh huh haaa....Someone has suggested Misbah ul Haq to replace M.Clark..Am I on a wrong planet or what ??????

Posted by TheGreatestGameEverPlayed on (September 1, 2012, 20:40 GMT)

Amen to "mrcric32" !!!!!! well said. By the way, Sanga should have been the W'keeper coz you don't need a 1st slip when he keeps...:)))))))) I mean seriously..

Posted by The_Aeroboy on (September 1, 2012, 13:39 GMT)

good choice, but i would like to see de villers as wicket keeper in stead of prior & anderson/junaid/roach should replace broad...

Posted by mcsdl on (September 1, 2012, 12:38 GMT)

Smith and Hafeez shoud have taken the opening slots and Amla should have gone down the order to take Kallis's place as Kallis and Cook didnt deserve there places in the XI.: Line-up should have been: Smith, Hafeez, Sangakkara, Amla, Clarke, Chanderpaul, Prior, Broad, Ajmal, Philander, Steyn... Its a shame AB.Devilliers misses out as he is a great batsman but the middle order is settle in my lineup...!

Posted by   on (September 1, 2012, 7:15 GMT)

dont think cook deserve the place.... hafeez in gud nick with bat and ball in every form of cricket .... just feels icc missed it

Posted by landl47 on (September 1, 2012, 3:40 GMT)

I guess Broad was lucky to get in, his stats are only marginally better than Steyn's.

Posted by   on (August 31, 2012, 22:40 GMT)

Seems to be a fair selection.....

Posted by mrcric32 on (August 31, 2012, 20:38 GMT)

Love readin the pathetic comments from my fellow indians. Come on guys, grow up. Learn to appreciate. This is the best team and can beat any team anywhere in the world. Clarke as the captain is the perfect choice. And the people who are complaining about Sachin, Virat, Laxman Dravid etc....do you guys realize that this is the test team and they have considered the runs scored/wickets taken during a specific qualifying period? Kohli scored most of his runs in One-day, not tests. and Sachin....seriously? just because he scored 100th 100, he should be in team? He scored that 100th 100 for himself, not for country....time to grow up guys....give credits to those who deserve....not the self proclaimed gods......

Posted by xylo on (August 31, 2012, 20:32 GMT)

@Umesh Koodali: I hope you are being sarcastic. I believe the reason for Dravid's exclusion is that he retired? And the reason for Broad being in the team beats me.

Posted by   on (August 31, 2012, 20:23 GMT)

It is very funny to see my indian brothers whining about the team. I love it. So pathetic comments. Grow up. India is good only in India and that too flat tracks. And people talking about Virat and Sachin, do you guys know that they were poor than average players during the August 2011 and 2012? How many 100s virat scored in tests? How many runs Sachin, the SELFISH, scored in tests during the qualifying period? Someone wants Dravid, Laxman, Sehwag, Zaheer, Sachin and others included in the team. LOL....so funny.. why not raina, dhoni, jadeja, ojha, pathan???? This is the best team and can beat any team anywhere in the world.period. BTW, I am also from India. :-P

Posted by   on (August 31, 2012, 16:14 GMT)

best selection... broad !! though his stats sound good.

Posted by   on (August 31, 2012, 14:38 GMT)

Why Kallis who has very less runs compared to Graeme Smith and push Amla to opening rather than Have Graeme Smith instead of Kallis and push Amla down the order

Posted by ishfi on (August 31, 2012, 10:57 GMT)

what about dhoni's comparison with prior???

Posted by Shafaet_001 on (August 31, 2012, 7:22 GMT)

sangkarra doesn't keep in tests nowadays,so stop complaining about prior,he is a auto choice.

Posted by Marcio on (August 31, 2012, 6:22 GMT)

Clarke led AUS to 9 wins out of 11 tests in that period, a winning % that I doubt any other capatain can match - so that's why he is named capatain - and also averaging 59, so what more can you say. His captaincy has also been bold and innovative. Great choice, ICC! Other choices are all goof. As for Braud, his shortcomings have been masked over by taking many wickets against tail-enders and lowly ranked teams. I haven't been impressed with him at all of late; even when taking wickets he has lacked pace and penetration.

Posted by KunzMan on (August 31, 2012, 5:52 GMT)

@Jared Hansen: I was referring to his selection of being captain. No issue with selection as batsman.

Posted by Dhushan on (August 31, 2012, 5:40 GMT)

No Indian in the team....

Posted by   on (August 31, 2012, 5:25 GMT)

Anybody missing Anderson?

Posted by 12thUmpire on (August 30, 2012, 20:16 GMT)

OK, the next thing to do is ask BCCI to arrange a test match India against this 11. When Australia did that, their matches against the rest of the world was televised to about 200 countries, with more than a billion viewership. That's a lot of revenue BCCI should consider! :-)

Posted by Herath-UK on (August 30, 2012, 19:30 GMT)

Good team selection and Sangakkara deservedly carries the can as the only prolific batsman from the whole asia.Anderson should have been a better choice than Broad. Ranil Herath -Kent

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 17:32 GMT)

this is not a correct team selection.because what is the qualification that Matt prior to include this team,why sang isn't a good keeper batsmen other than prior.this is great funny team

Posted by CheeseOnAStick on (August 30, 2012, 15:48 GMT)

I can't believe people are questioning M. Clarke's inclusion - he is the best captain in international cricket AND his numbers stack up with the best. I was surprised at Broad's inclusion but he was, statistically, the best seamer during the period.

Posted by sawifan on (August 30, 2012, 15:30 GMT)

Why are people actually disputing Clarke's place on this team. During the judging period, he score a triple century, a double century, a 150 (on a pitch that saw the next 2 completed innings, 20 wkts, fall for less than his individual score), as well as a century in Sri Lanka. Yeah, totally doesn't deserve to on the team. And don't say that he fed his run tally on a weak Indian team. Every year teams fall away and others rise up, it takes in form players to take advantage of that. I'm not Clarke's biggest fan, but he deserves his spot here without a doubt. Anyone who disagrees, needs some objectivity in their cricketing analysis.

Posted by SICHO on (August 30, 2012, 15:04 GMT)

This is the best line-up, but not with Broad in it. James Anderson(as he's very good against any team not wearing a Protea cap) is the perfect man to replace him. Sorry to the Dravid fans but his nickname, "The Wall", was turned into something like "The Fence" during the Aus tour. Not suprised why he's not in the team. Ooh, I saw a comment about Dhoni replacing Prior, whoever you are, DREAM ON.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 14:52 GMT)

Due to the qualifying dates for the test team of the Year 2012, the vast majority of Dravid's runs in last year's series v England don't count, as only the final game falls in the qualifying dates. For Broad, ignore the series vs WI and his figures are: 155 runs @ 17.2 (which includes 58* v Pakistan which massively flatters his average) and 33 wickets @ 25.1, which is ok, but nothing special. He is an incredibly average player who is for no apparent reason untouchable in the England team, shouldn't be in England team let alone World team of the year

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 14:15 GMT)

They've not given much care in this selection. It hasn't been taken seriously as the team isn't going to play any match.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 14:14 GMT)

chanderpaul must be there

Posted by aatif456 on (August 30, 2012, 13:45 GMT)

a very good selection ...

Posted by legsidewide on (August 30, 2012, 12:49 GMT)

@Saqib Naveed Agree that it's a shame that Azhar didn't get a look in, he has had fine performances this year, especially for player who has never had the chance to play a single home test - every one of his runs have been scored away. Hafeez has been disappointing with the bat though, I wouldn't pick him. Smith should be the opener, with Amla at 3.

Posted by ShammyBoy on (August 30, 2012, 12:46 GMT)

Why is Prior in the team??? With Sanga in the playing 11 and AB as 12th man that spot could have been given to a spinner, say Shakib. And Broad? I agree he is a decent bowler, but is inconsistent. Anderson?

Posted by DEV_ME on (August 30, 2012, 12:36 GMT)

AMAZING !!!! People commenting on this article are raising questions why the following are not selected ... a. Dravid - He has retired from all forms of games, that includes the ICC teams also ! Remember? b. Chris Broad - WHAT?? Chris Broad is presently very old to play and is a match refree at best ... do you mean STUART BROAD ??? Stuart is still palying cricket c. Misbah -Ul-Haq - WOW !!! someone who isn ot justifying his place in the national team also ....... Not a single Indian in the team - earlier it used to be dravid - that says it all ...

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 12:35 GMT)

Broad is the odd man out here. There are many better fast bowlers than him. Temperamentally also he does not deserve to be in this team.

Posted by naumianas on (August 30, 2012, 12:32 GMT)

still this team can't beat India in India Lol :P

Posted by Paulk on (August 30, 2012, 12:31 GMT)

I would have AB instead of Chanderpaul in the Test XI any day. There is really not much of a difference in their stats and AB can take control of a situation far more often than Chanderpaul who mostly just gets stuck in, albeit in lone standing warrior mode.

Posted by zuber21886 on (August 30, 2012, 12:23 GMT)

dhoni deserves this, because he manages a team with mediocre bowling and still manages to get some results.

Posted by Kushalagr007 on (August 30, 2012, 12:19 GMT)

Its funny how many people here are shocked to see that there are no Indians in this team, after 0-8 drubbing do you guys seriously think that anyone could be there? or has anyone performed as well in the above period to warrant a place in the team? and for those who are saying that Virat Kohli should be there, are you joking guys? this is a Test Team ,not a One Day One and Virat has still a lot to prove in Tests, he hasn't done anything of note other that the Century at Adelaide in Tests to be considered in ICC Test Team of the Year. I am very annoyed with the way Virat threw his wicket away in the Hyderabad Test after making a solid 58 he should have gone on and scored a big hundred to prove that he belongs to Test Cricket. And finally I am also surprised to see Broad's name in the list, Anderson or Kemar Roach should have been there but probably Stuart Broad's inclusion has something to do with Chris Broad.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 12:02 GMT)

Nice to see a balanced side with a good left-right batting combination. Also, the bowling of Kallis is an added advantage. Personally, I would have loved to see Anderson over Broad in the team. But I think Broad is selected for his better batting contribution over Anderson.

Posted by legsidewide on (August 30, 2012, 12:01 GMT)

@Umesh Koodali That's because he scored only 1 century, in an ODI agasint Bangladesh on a a Dhaka pitch... like the rest of the Indian side, Sachin's performance has been very poor. @Amutha Likeise, Dhoni is indifferent in tests, he even talks like test matches are a waste of his time. Don't know why Broad is in this team, most of the Aussie quicks have performed better than him, home and away. Junaid or Morkel would have been a better choice, even Roach had a better year.

Posted by secondopinion on (August 30, 2012, 11:58 GMT)

Only doubt is about is Broad. His team-mate Anderson or on sheer quality Umar Gul. But list shows South Africa's prowess, and Australia and India's decline.

Posted by c3vzn on (August 30, 2012, 11:40 GMT)

@Asim Raza In the 2011/12 period - Michael Clarke: 1355 at 58.91 in 14 with a highest score of 329*, Misbah-ul-haq: 644 at 49.53 with a highest score of 89. I'm sorry but there is no way Misbah deserves to be here ahead of Clarke.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 11:38 GMT)

clarke as captain...wat a joke...he don't even deserve to be in the team...

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 11:37 GMT)

best test cricketer,,,,,best cricketer of the year ,,,,sanga

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 11:17 GMT)

no Indian player has made it in the playing 11 or not even 12th man in the ICC test team of the year..... this is true result of their last year disastrous performances as a whole .... individually 1 or 2 players performed here and their....and thats why some where down the line i feel at least one player... Virat kohli .... should have been given a consideration ........

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 11:11 GMT)

Good team but it will be stronger if Sanga will be the Captain

Posted by jonesy2 on (August 30, 2012, 10:40 GMT)

since they have picked the most ridiculous team ill let everyone know the correct one. smith, warner, amla, chanderpaul, clarke, sangakkara, prior, philander, siddle, steyn, ajmal.

Posted by jonesy2 on (August 30, 2012, 10:35 GMT)

there has to be a mistake. broad did not get selected?

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 10:34 GMT)

Misbah ul Haq is better option over Micheal Clarke, Now please dont get annoyed and start over acting over my comment. Please take a look at test stats of both and decide for yourself. Thanks

Posted by DaisonGarvasis on (August 30, 2012, 10:34 GMT)

Yeah right. Dravids show in England doesnt count for anything. And Matt Prior???? Very well.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 10:31 GMT)

Chris Broad - seriously. His poor behavior in most games he is involved in should preclude him anyway. Added to that his performances do not warrant it. Look who he got his wickets against. Very poor selection

Posted by Highflyer_GP on (August 30, 2012, 10:25 GMT)

@Krishna Teja: It's a test XI, and Kohli has been poor in tests.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 10:19 GMT)

judging by all the cricketers' performances over the last 12 months in tests, i think this is the best line-up!

Posted by satish619chandar on (August 30, 2012, 10:17 GMT)

India performed very bad last year and deservedly, no player from there. It is not surprising decision indeed. I would still opt for Anderson in place of Broad. Broad was ok but certainly had better bowlers in his own team. How about a Roach, Pattinson or even Junaid Khan? They were as good as or even better than Broad..Rest all picks themselves.

Posted by Yayathy on (August 30, 2012, 10:12 GMT)

Why didnt they include Rahul Dravid? He was the lone standing warrior during the 0-8 drubbing.

Posted by Clan_McLachlan on (August 30, 2012, 9:41 GMT)

Odd that Broad is in there. If they were taking the current top ranked bowlers Hearth would be there, while if they wanted a pace bowler specifically Anderson, Hilfenhaus and Siddle are in the queue ahead of Broad.

Likewise the top two specialist openers are currently Cook and Smith. Why pick a makeshift opener when Amla is doing fine at #3? Smith sorts out the captaincy too, and let's you play the higher ranked de Villiers instead of Clarke. I guess they needed to keep a token Aussie in the mix.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:39 GMT)

Why Hafeez & Azhar Ali are not there. Hafeez's performance during the period is much better than Cook. And Azhar Ali could have replace Chanderpaul or AB de Villiers. Check out the stats here: http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/stats/index.html?class=1;spanmax1=6+Aug+2012;spanmin1=4+Aug+2011;spanval1=span;template=results;type=batting

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:35 GMT)

rahul dravid scored 3 centuries in 4 matches in england n few more n over 1000 runs last year mainly on away conditions if am not wrong ..he doesn make it but alistair cook n michael clarke who played in home conditions n piled up uns againt weak indian bowling r in the team he he..Dale steyn ma man ur the best .. stuart broad lol

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:35 GMT)

@everyone questioning Clarke's inclusion... 1355 @ 59? As captain as well? Sure it's boosted by the triple ton.... but it's a triple ton, what do you expect? As the only current captain in the list it's no surprise that he's chosen as captain of the team (and he hasn't been half bad at that either, not necessarily the BEST captain at the moment but still not bad). Slight surprise at Broad's inclusion, but after reading the numbers I can't really complain. Didn't actually know he'd done that well.

Decent team chosen I think, no major gripes or stand-out exclusions.

Posted by bestbuddy on (August 30, 2012, 9:24 GMT)

@Krishna: This is the TEST team of the year. Kohli averaged 43 with just 1 hundred in that time. Everyone in the top 6 (and AB de Villiers) in the above team average above 50. Kohli will be in the ODI team though, so dont think he's gone unnoticed

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:24 GMT)

but there's just one spinner, don't you think there should've been more? Although saeed ajmal is a one man army himself :)

Posted by Crusader1980 on (August 30, 2012, 9:18 GMT)

@Amutha u said MSD better than Prior in tests..!!!! Which world u r living mate..??? Check out Prior's and MSD's test stats before putting such a statement..not even just stats the situations where Prior makes his runs also should be considered...MSD is in the team just because he is the captain..! Otherwise Dinesh Karthik would have been there....

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:18 GMT)

For those complaining about no Indians in the team... This is a TEST 11. We lost 0-8...without ANY noteworthy performances. That should sum it up.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:16 GMT)

I think the selectors have probably got it right looking at the past year as a whole. Broad may be the questionable selection having looked so ordinary against South Africa I suppose. Had to laugh at the suggestion that Kohli should be in the team. He scored 415 @ 41.5 in the period in question. Some people need to get a little objectivity! Well done to all.

Posted by ManishKhorgade on (August 30, 2012, 9:16 GMT)

A decent Australian tour would have put Dravid on the list.. Broad should find himself lucky.. most of his wickets were Indians playing on England soil.. Good team overall though!

Posted by AzyS on (August 30, 2012, 9:12 GMT)

good team but shocking to see broad... he dsnt deserve it..

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:11 GMT)

Amla and Sangakara Deserves it...... Bt Micheal Clarke selection as a captain did not justify . Ajmal and Steyn Desrves their places in the team and also Alister Cook as wel as a opener.... Others Are Ok. No Indian That's a surprise . Hope INdia did not cut revenues they generates for ICC........

Posted by RandyOZ on (August 30, 2012, 9:09 GMT)

There must be a typo here, theyve written Broad instead of Pattinson

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:06 GMT)

Good team ! Lol look @ Philander's average 16.57 .... Amazing ! Hope to see Kohli in ODI team if any !

Posted by 158notout on (August 30, 2012, 9:06 GMT)

Only one proper opener as well, but who would you leave out for Smith, other than Cook?

Hareesh - Can you show evidence as to why any of the Indian players you mentioned should be in the team? Off the top of my head I can't remember Sehwag having a good year, Dravid retired after a torrid tour of Australia (though he was unlucky not to get in last years team), Laxman retired after two torrid overseas tours in a row (shame as he was my favourite Test batsman), Sachin had a poor tour of Australia and needed a game against Bangladesh to get the hundredth hundred (though that feat might have squeezed him in) and i can't remember Zaheer doing anything out of the ordinary. I am sorry but you need to face facts, Indian have not been at their best for the past two years, they may be on the road to improvement now, and I hope they are. The only Indian player that may have snuck in is Kohli, but has he been any better than the incumbents?

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 9:02 GMT)

@Kunal_Ind_SA Clarke made a triple-century this year. Did you miss that?

Posted by 158notout on (August 30, 2012, 9:00 GMT)

As an England fan I am pleased to see Cook, Prior and Broad in here. This team as much as anything else just shows how far our standards have fallen this year. Last year we had 5 players in the team - Cook, Trott, Broad, Swann and Anderson. There was also a lot of discussion as to how Ian Bell and Matt Prior missed out, with the answer that the ICC didnt want the best team but wanted to spread it out a bit - that is how Sanga got the gloves in last years team despite not keeping wicket in Tests for several years now. In reality England should have had 7 players from the 11 last year. Which just goes to show how they have fallen as I think we should only have 1 this year - Prior - although Cook may have done enough. The one I am surprised about is no room for Graeme Smith? Funnily enough as well I question Dale Steyns place. He is undoubtedly the No.1 bowler in the world for past five years but has this year been one of his best up to the very high standards he sets himself?

Posted by PrasPunter on (August 30, 2012, 8:53 GMT)

For all the talk about their much-hyped lineup, none of the indians made it !! Of-course we cant expect that from a team that lost 0-8 abroad. And its really a great honor for Pup to be named as the captain after his first year at job as the captain of the Aus team. Way to go Pup !! As I see it, the team is dominated by those from Aus/SA/Eng, the ones that take test cricket seriously. Good on Sanga and Ajmal as well !! And Shiv is a revelation !!

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:53 GMT)

@krishana teja: compare the stats.. u ll get the answer.. 5 south africans in 12.. awesome team.. they will win the world cup(s) too .. :)

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:50 GMT)

But why not Sachin Tendulkar in this group though he got his 100th 100 during the same period?

Posted by veerakannadiga on (August 30, 2012, 8:48 GMT)

Clarke is a good captain, but Mahela Jayawardene is the best present day captain. The selected batters are good, but instead of Broad they could have picked Roach or Finn.Makes sad reading(the ICC test team) without a Indian in it. But after the 8-0 drubbing this was expected.

Posted by Amutha on (August 30, 2012, 8:41 GMT)

Choosing Matt prior ahead of MSD is sick.... anyway by any means of wicket keeping or wicket keeper batsman even, MSD is better....

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:32 GMT)

i gud 2 see no indian in dis list.........

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:21 GMT)

At least S Broad won't have to bowl to Kallis and Amla if he plays in this team, should prop up his figures!!

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:19 GMT)

Why there is Struad Broad here???? he is struggling for his place in team ??? They Should include James Anderson or Junaid Khan For Him

Posted by KunzMan on (August 30, 2012, 8:12 GMT)

Clarke? Michael Clarke of Australia? Seriously?

Posted by chilled_avenger on (August 30, 2012, 8:10 GMT)

Dale Steyn for the fifth year in a row! He has also been the No.1 ranked bowler in ICC Rankings for years now. It seems like 'Best bowler' and 'Dale Steyn' are synonymous nowadays!

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 8:05 GMT)

I would have wondered how there can be a test XI without any one of Sehwag, Dravid, Sachin, Laxman and Zaheer missing in it.. But based on last year's performance, No wonder they miss out on this.. I am sure they wouldn't have made it even to second XI..

But, thats just an aberration and the Indians will bounce back in Home series

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 7:53 GMT)

At last an acceptable Line-up from the ICC. Great to see Saeed Ajmal; truly the Best.

Posted by Heisenburg on (August 30, 2012, 7:50 GMT)

Nice team, Clarke is easily the best captain, not sure about Broad though.

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 7:49 GMT)

They say they have based it on the performance and yet could not tak eVirat Kohli in the team...Not that Shiv Chanderpaul or someone else did not play well, but Kohli had a very nice 2012 as far as International cricket is concerned..

Posted by cover_drive12345 on (August 30, 2012, 7:45 GMT)

Want de Villiers in the squad

Posted by   on (August 30, 2012, 7:45 GMT)

no Indian, Same for world champ

Posted by TheRedox on (August 30, 2012, 7:43 GMT)

No Indians,No Surprise.Beating NZ at home not enough to cover up 8-0 lost earlier this year.

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