It's never going to happen anyway, but there's pretty much no chance of James beating Andy. Ward is roughly the #90 in waiting (give or take a few rankings). The only player outside the top 50 Andy has lost to since 2012 was Borna Coric (and I think we can agree he is a bit of a special case), and the lowest ranked player he's lost to in a Slam since 2008 was Wawrinka in 2010 at #27.
I'm frankly amazed there's even a discussion about it. It's nonsensical. If Ward was playing Federer or Djokovic we'd be just hoping he didn't disgrace himself. I don't see why Andy is any different, particularly on grass.
I didn't say Wardy had any chance - I just wanted to see it happen. Wardy is a solid 50-100 tour professional, while Murray is a legend. It would be 2, 3 and 2 at best. But obvs it won't happen now.
But you raise an important point - Andy is incredibly efficient at dispatching the lower lights. How many surprise results can we point to in the last few years, apart from his post-AO-final slumps of a few years ago?
'None' is the answer.