My dream team for the Hundred

  1. Tom Banton hopefully by the team the hundred comes around Banton would have performed against New Zealand and in the Big bash. Making him a relatively experienced player for such a young guy.
  2. Babar Azam a class player with a great record in white-ball cricket. Him and Banton’s partnership at the top of the order was outstanding.
  3. Chris Lynn a very big hitter who has performed consistently in bug tournaments all over the world. He also by know would have played with Banton in the big bash.
  4. Liam Livingstone a big hitter like Lynn who has an IPL and PSL contract’s in the winter. Hopefully, he can break through into his IPL side.
  5. Alex Carey could be in the side alone for his batting. A wonderful world cup where he showed resilience and skill. Unlucky not to play in the ashes.
  6. Andre Russel injury ridden in the world cup but if he survives ten tournaments he will win you games. He can bowl at the death and powerplay at 90 mph and then hit a 20 ball fifty.
  7. Mohammed Nabi a darting spinner and a big hitter. The afghan is an experienced player any team would want him.
  8. Sam Curran potentially wasted with the bat at number 8 but his skiddy nature with the ball he is dangerous. A good IPL last hear showed off his skills.
  9. Jofra Archer the year of the Jof he will bowl at the death and powerplay all with great skill. Any team would want him.
  10. Harry Gurney a wonderful death bowler now being picked up in all big franchises. Very consistent and good especially at the death.
  11. Mustifuzar Rahman a very good yorker and consistently quick. Very young but lots of experience.

4 thoughts on “My dream team for the Hundred

  1. Looks an excellent combo for The Hundred – I might substitute a second spinner in the form of leggie Rashid Khan for one of the pacers, but cannot argue with the rest.


  2. I’m a big fan of Livingstone. I do hope that he hasn’t been written off because of two underwhelming England appearances. He can bat, bowl and field. Gurney will be sought after. He’s not the first player to improve after playing for England.

    I hear that Tom Blanton’s brother Jacques is one to watch out for too!


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