51allout gets mad, in the form of some charts and a bit of swearing.
51allout investigates a question that’s been bugging everyone for years: just who is the joint 150th best ODI batsman of all time?
One of the great clubs that no-one wants to be a part of. *Insert joke about Portsmouth FC here*
51allout returns to using bubble charts to assess allrounders. And then Shane Watson impersonates Julia Roberts, for reasons that no-one can explain, not even the writers.
Is Adam Voges the new Bradman? The short answer is no, but we get paid by the word so you’re getting a much longer answer.
51allout explores where Devereux ranks in the pantheon of all time greats. Mainly by using someone else’s work.
We throw down a gauntlet. Will Alastair Cook pick it up?
No, that title’s not a reference to the number of close fielders Sir Ian wants at any one time, but instead a rubbish pun on a film from a few years back. The actual article is about looking at English all-rounders. And weeping softly.
4 Comments | June 3, 2015 | Nichael Bluth
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Batting at number three is basically the same as opening, right? Especially if the walking wicket of Alastair Cook is above you in the order.
51allout acknowledges a spectacular achievement as Alastair Cook reaches 700 days without a Test hundred.