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Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff

Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff (front) dives to stop the ball hit by Trinidad and Tobago's batsman Denesh Ramdin off his own bowling during the Stanford Twenty20 Super Series match between England and Trinidad and Tobago at the Stanford Cricket Ground in St John's on October 28, 2008. England won the match by 1 run. Flintoff is the second highest English wicket-taker in one-day international cricket with 159 wickets, and the 11th highest in Test cricket, with 206 wickets. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff practises his batting during the England nets session ahead of the 3rd Natwest one day international between England and South Africa at The Brit Oval in August in London, England. He is the 9th highest English run-scorer in one-day internationals, with a total of 2,975. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff hits out watched by Mark Boucher of South Africa during the Third NatWest One Day International between England and South Africa at the Brit Oval in August. \n

Back in 1998, Flintoff hit Surrey's Alex Tudor for 34 runs (6-4-4-4-4-6-6-0) in an over at Old Trafford. The over included two no-balls that, under ECB regulations, counted for two penalty runs apiece, making a grand total of 38.(Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff scores runs during the first one day international cricket match against South Africa at Headingley, Leeds. The highest score of his career at any level is 232 not out for St Anne's (Under 15) Cricket Club against Fulwood and Broughton. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff is pictured during the third Natwest one day International between England and South Africa at The Brit Oval cricket ground, London. Flintoff holds the record for the most sixes scored for England, beating Ian Botham's record of 67 with a six off India's Piyush Chawla in Mohali in March 2006. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff hits out off the bowling of Johan Botha of South Africa during the fourth NatWest One Day International between England and South Africa at Lord's. Flintoff is only the seventh player to have batted on all five days of a Test match, achieving this feat at Mohali, India. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff hits a boundary during the Stanford Twenty20 Super Series match between England and Trinidad and Tobago at the Stanford Cricket Ground in St John's on October 28. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
Andrew Flintoff successfully appeals for a dismissial decision against Trinidad and Tobago's batsman Richard Kelly (not in picture) during the Stanford Twenty20 Super Series match. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
'Freddie' Flintoff bowls during the second day of the fourth test against South Africa at The Brit Oval cricket ground in London on August 8, 2008. (Getty Images)
Dubai ready for Freddie Flintoff
England's Andrew Flintoff (second right) celebrates the wicket of South Africa's Neil McKenzie with Kevin Pietersen during the first day of the fourth npower Test against South Africa at The Brit Oval cricket ground, London, on August 7, 2008. (Getty Images)