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Andrew Flintoff
Full Name : Andrew Flintoff
Born : 06 Dec 1977
Place of Birth : Preston, Lancashire
Batting : Right Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right-arm medium
Test Debut : July 23, 1998 - England v South Africa
ODI Debut : April 7, 1999 - England v Pakistan
Andrew Flintoff established himself as England's greatest allround cricketer since the days of Ian Botham, producing a succession of wholehearted and inspirational performances to reap 402 runs and 24 wickets in five Tests, and carry his team to Ashes glory in arguably the greatest Test series of all time.
Andrew John Strauss
Full Name : Andrew John Strauss
Born : 02 Mar 1977
Place of Birth : Johannesburg, Transvaal
Batting : Left Handed Batsman
Bowling : Left-arm medium
Test Debut : May 20, 2004 - England v New Zealand
ODI Debut : Nov 11, 2003 - England v Sri Lanka
On May 21, 2004, playing against New Zealand, Andrew Strauss wrote his name into the record-books when he became only the fourth batsman to score a century at Lord's on his Test debut. As a fluid and attractive left-hand opener, Strauss knew all about pressure and how to handle it. After cementing his place with a pair of attractive sixties against West Indies, he confirmed his star quality - and his affinity for Lord's - with a hundred against the same opposition on his first one-day appearance in front of his home crowd.
Graeme Peter Swann
Full Name : Graeme Peter Swann
Born : 24 Mar 1979
Place of Birth : Northampton
Batting : Right Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right-arm offbreak
Test Debut : Dec 11, 2008 - England v India
ODI Debut : 23 Jan 2000 - England v South Africa
Graeme Peter Swann a right-handed batsman and a right-arm offbreak bowler. He made his cricketing debut with home team Northamptonshire in 1997. Swann played a single One-day International against South Africa. In 2007 Swann was chosen to accompany England on their tour of Sri Lanka as their second spin bowler, along with Monty Panesar.
Ian Ronald Bell
Full Name : Ian Ronald Bell
Born : 11 April 1982
Place of Birth : Walsgrave, Coventry, Warwickshire
Batting : Right Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right-arm medium
Test Debut : Aug 19, 2004 - England v West Indies
ODI Debut : Nov 28, 2004 - England v Zimbabwe
Ian Bell had been earmarked for greatness long before he was drafted onto the England tour of New Zealand in 2001-02, as cover for the injured Mark Butcher. A former England U19 captain, Bell had played just 13 first-class games when called into the England squad, though in 2001 he scored 836 runs for Warwickshire at an average of over 64, including three centuries.
James Michael Anderson
Full Name : James Michael Anderson
Born : 30 July 1982
Place of Birth : Burnley, Lancashire
Batting : Left Handed Batsman
Bowling : Right-arm fast-medium
Test Debut : May 22, 2003 - England v Zimbabwe
ODI Debut : Dec15, 2002 - England v Australia
A strapping, genuinely quick fast bowler, James Anderson had played only three one-day games for Lancashire in the 2002 season - he'd played more for his club Burnley - before being called into England's VB Series squad the following winter as cover for Andy Caddick, following an impressive stint at the Academy in Adelaide.
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