The most unexceptional Test batting line-up in history is within England’s grasp.
Over the last two years, plenty of people have averaged 30-odd for England, while only one, Ben Foakes, has averaged (very slightly) more. (Needless to say, quite a few players have also averaged less.)
We tried to work out whether England could pick an entire XI of players who have averaged 30-something in that period and whether that XI would have a balanced attack.
The answer is ‘nearly’.
You can and should read our workings-out over at Cricket 365.