This draft is based on player performances in ICC World Cups and Champions Trophy only, only performances in these tournaments count, performances outside these tournaments carry no weight. Please vote according to this criteria. TEAM HARSHAD 1. M. Greatbatch 2. B.C. Lara 3. M. Amarnath 4. D. Jones 5. A.Ranatunga 6. Inzi 7. S. Pollock 8. L. Klusener 9. I. Smith (WK) 10. S.Warne 11. M. Shami VS TEAM BOYCOTT 1. Ganguly 2. Anwar 3. Gower 4. Martyn 5. Elliot 6. Houghton (wk) 7. Bravo 8. Afridi 9. Lee 10. Prabakhar 11. Allot Harshad writeup Team Harshad 1. M. Greatbatch - The protagonist of pinch-hitting openers. Don't believe me? Read this. 2. B.C. Lara - One of the GOATs 3. M. Amarnath - Can bat. Can bowl. Not the most flamboyant of cricketers but underestimate Jimmy at your own peril. MOM in the 83 Final 4. D. Jones - Laid the foundations of Australia's 1987 World Cup campaign 5. A.Ranatunga - Captain Marvel 6. Inzi - The party pooper as far as NZ are concerned. MOM in the 1992 semi-final 7. S. Pollock - Old war horse. 8. L. Klusener - Remember '99 World Cup. But for a brain fade, it would have been known as the Klusener Cup 9. I. Smith (WK) - Has a strike rate of over 100. 10. S.Warne - GOAT. Of th 2 SF and 2 Finals he played he was the MOM in 3 of them 11. M. Shami - Consistent throughout the '15 World Cup Why I would win - My team is full of players who have a history of performing in clutch situations and winning matches. Boycott writeup At the top of the order I have two quick-scoring openers who will take on the bowlers and make the most of the new ball and powerplay. Anwar has played four matches in Champions Trophy, averaging 144.50 with two centuries and a half-century. Ganguly has played thirteen matches in Champions Trophy, averaging 73.88, a total run tally of 665 runs and three centuries and three fifties. Gower top scored in the 1983 World Cup. His languid, elegant style will keep the run rate healthy while providing the anchor for the innings. Martyn is the right-handed Gower in many ways. He was an unsung member of the conquering Aussie side and in the 2003 World Cup Final he scored 88* from 84 deliveries as he was in a 234 run partnership with Ponting which really buried India in that game. In the CT, Martyn played 12 matches, scoring 492 runs, averaging 61.50 and five fifties to his name. Elliott was a crucial player in New Zealand's run to the final in 2015. Scoring at a rate of 105, Elliot's power changed the momentum of games. It was Elliot's crusade against South Africa (84* from 73 balls) that turned it in the Kiwi's favour. In the final, while the others cracked in the biggest game of their life, Elliott scored a valuable 83 which gave them something to bowl at. 83 from a team total of 183. David Houghton will provide a steady hand with the lower order. Bravo is a handy option with the bat with the capability to strike ferociously. Moreover his bowling ability will give crucial options. His experience around the world in twenty-twenty has made him one of the most sought-after players. Line, length, cutters, slower balls. In CT, he has played 15 matches, scoring 220 runs, averaging 31, taking 15 wickets and averaging 32. Afridi was the leading wicket taker in the 2011 World Cup with 21 wickets. He is a very smart spin bowler with a knack of picking up important wickets. In addition his ultra-aggressive batting on its day is match-winning. In 15 CT games he has picked up 14 wickets. Brett Lee is one of the fastest bowlers ever and devastatingly good on his day. 22 wickets in 16 CT matches. Manoj Prabhakar was a regular in the Indian side in the early 1990s. Prabhakar mixed cunning slower balls with in- and outswing, and on his day he could be a formidable opponent with the new ball. Geoff Allott was one of the stars of the 1999 World Cup picking up 20 wickets (the first bowler to do so in tournament history until Warne matched it in the final). Ability to swing the ball and bowl for lengthy spells.