The Brians

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While not the strongest XI ever seen, a team of Test players called Brian could plausibly bat in the order 24a, 27, 19, 13, 23, 18, 3 (c), 15, 22 (k), 5a, 1d. They are defined by their country and the decade in which they were most fruitful.

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