The best county XI not to play for England yet.

  1. Jason Roy (has played in white ball cricket but this is a test match XI) a very exciting prospect for the test match arena and in my opinion would be England’s best opening option.
  2. Daryl Mitchell, a consistent performance in county cricket with an average of 40.7 and has 11,550. Should have at some point represented England at some point.
  3. Wayne Madsen another consistent county performer with an average of 39.8 with the bat and the same as Mitchell I feel he should have representing England.
  4. James Hildreth with 16,427 runs at an average of 43.45 and should be in the England team at the moment. I believe he is the best batsmen not in the England team.
  5. Tom Abell with an average of 32.15 Abell had a difficult first year with ten captaincy as he wasn’t worth his place in the side. But this season his captaincy grew and had a great season with an average of 40.14 and 883 runs I believe he is a great young batsmen.
  6. Sam Billings the same as Billings not showing his full potential with an average of 32.84 but I feel he is the next best keeper behind Foakes,Butler and Bairstow.
  7. Ed Barnard an all rounder with a bat average of 28.05 and a bowling average of 28.62. I feel he is one of the best all rounders boy in the country.
  8. Jamie Overton a bowling average of 33.32 overall but last year he had an average of 24.85 a feel he could be the pace England needs.
  9. Steven Patterson a bowling average of 27.84 a very good exploit of a green seamer with 372 wickets.
  10. Jamie Porter a bowling average of 24 and the same as Patterson a great exponent of seam and swing.
  11. Amir Virdi a breakthrough season for him impressing and a believe he has great potential if nurtured correctly.

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