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Poll: Who's got cricket's weirdest batting stance?

George Bailey's side-on stance has been a talking point for a while now, and it resurfaced yesterday when Faf du Plessis was seen laughing in the slip cordon during South Africa's tour game. Whether you are in Ed Cowan's camp or otherwise when it comes to its technical correctness, Bailey's isn't the most aesthetically pleasing of batting stances. So, where does it rank in the awkward stances' Hall of Fame? Let us know by polling in below.

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