The best batting line up in test history..

@vipinl (802)
India
December 8, 2009 12:53pm CST
With opening pair of Gambhir and Sehwag.. one just got the best cricketer of the year award, being the leading run getter of the year and other one obviously the most explosive batsman test cricket ever seen, with that consistent as well(has taken less innings than Tendulk to reach 6000 runs). Followed by Dravid, probably one of the best batsman test cricket ever had, and for sure the best ever one down position. Sachin at no.4 four followed by Laxman, Yuvraj and Dhoni. Is this the best batting line up ever in test cricket history? For me it is the best at least from all those i have seen playing..
3 responses
@vinslounge (1297)
• India
9 Dec 09
I agree with you that this is one of the good batting lineup in the test history but it must not be forgotten that there are teams with better batting line up in the test history. The windies batting line up in the early 80's is an apt example for that. The south african batting line up pre 1967 is considered to be one of the best line ups. But when comes to the recent present, yes India has the best batting line up right now and hope it continues for many more seasons to come. Thanks for starting the discussion and have a great day. Happy Myloting. Cheers:-)
@vipinl (802)
• India
17 Dec 09
hi, Ya for methis is the best from those i have seen playing.. can't say about past Westindian or South African sides..
• India
9 Dec 09
this line up is the present best and in this situation they cannot be even deafeated by world best 11...
@vipinl (802)
• India
17 Dec 09
ya most of them will make to world XI..
• India
8 Dec 09
Hi vipinl, What do you expect from me as a response to your discussion, You have explained evrything But what I can say is that we have even more batsman like Harbajan, Zaheer khan as well I can consider them too as batsman
@vipinl (802)
• India
17 Dec 09
Ya they can bat as well.. specially Hardhajan.lol