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Nasif
March 31, 2003, 09:34 AM
To put things in perspective heres our batting averages (with more than 10 ODIs played)

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Name Mat I NO Runs HS Ave SR 100 50
1. Athar Ali Khan 19 19 1 532 82 29.55 56.29 - 3
2. Mehrab Hossain 15 15 0 413 101 27.53 58.83 1 2
3. Javed Omar 24 24 3 530 85* 25.23 50.14 - 4
4. Akram Khan 40 40 2 914 65 24.05 57.26 - 5
5. Aminul Islam 39 39 5 794 70 23.35 56.59 - 3
6. Tushar Imran 16 15 0 334 65 22.26 63.49 - 2
7. Alok Kapali 17 16 2 308 89* 22.00 67.54 - 1
8. Shahriar Hossain 18 17 0 360 95 21.17 54.87 - 2
9. Naimur Rahman 29 27 2 488 47 19.52 63.29 - -
10.Habibul Bashar 29 29 0 548 74 18.89 58.86 - 6
11.Minhajul Abedin 27 26 2 453 68* 18.87 49.83 - 2
12.Khaled Mashud 57 52 10 758 54* 18.04 49.70 - 3
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In all this time on one could topple Athar Ali. Very sad indeed. :(

Good thing Mehrab and Javed Omar is in the team again. Hopefully they will increase their averages :)

Our highest average holder is none other than the young wicket keeper Anwar Hossain averaging at 42 with only 1 ODI played :o

The kicked out trio of Rokon, Seezan and Hannan all have pathetic averages.
Rokon: 13.76 after 27 matches (and he is supposed to be an opener?)
Seezan: 9.5 after 6 matches (he is a batsman, bolwers have better averages!)
Hannan: 8.85 after 7 matches (He is following the footsteps of Seezan...)

[Edited on 31-3-2003 by nasif]

fwullah
March 31, 2003, 10:05 AM
1) Look at the strike rate. I think the better strike rate that a batsman has, the lower is his batting average.

2) Both Al Shahriar and Hannan Sarkar has much better batting averages in test match cricket. We will have to wait and see what our present squad does (particularly Mehrab Hossain and Akram Khan does with the bat in test matches).

3) The number of fifties and highest scores should also be looked into, as well as the age of the players.

fwullah
March 31, 2003, 10:07 AM
But that does not mean that Hannan Sarkar and Al Shahriar are better players than Akram, Mehrab in tests, I think it is simply because both of them (Rokon and Hannan) just could not get their mindset right as to how to play one day cricket at the International stage.

And I think Hannan was following Rokon, not Seejan.

Nasif
March 31, 2003, 11:28 PM
Rokon's test average is little better but nothing great. Rokon had fair amount of chances to prove his batting worth and all of those went down the drain. So for now he is a lost cause. I don't really believe anyone will miss him in near future.

I really hope Akram and Mehrab does show some good batting this season. :)

Piranha
April 1, 2003, 12:15 AM
Nasif, how did u display the table so neatly? We need more of such neat tables.:)

shahid
April 1, 2003, 12:38 AM
talking about avgs, i have not seen such a bad batting abg table. no one has an avg more than 30. compare this with some avgs from teams like kenya and holland and you can see where we stand. we need to improve it.

Nasif
April 1, 2003, 12:54 AM
You can use the markup "code" to make text have perfect gaps and spaces.

shahid
April 1, 2003, 03:16 AM
good thing. we have opee and golla back now.