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Welcome to the FTI MVP presented on Cricinfo. The FTI MVP are the first ever county cricket player ratings system. The FTI MVP is the newest benchmark in the game, a statistic that for the first time combines all aspects of a player's game and gives him a ranking in relation to his peers.
There are specific tables for batting, bowling, fielding and one that combines all of these for the overall player table. For full details of these rankings and for top 100 tables, please visit the official site.
Please see here for the top-ten tables for the 2010 County Championship, batting, bowling and fielding rankings.
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As ever, the West Indies board has taken the short-term view and removed supposedly troublesome players instead of recognising its own incompetence
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