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Miraz
June 25, 2006, 10:33 AM
Bangladesh's Tour of Kenya 2006
16 July : Arrival in Kenya
17 & 18 July : Rest & Practice
19 July : First ODI - Nairobi
20& 21 July : Rest & Practice
22 July : Second ODI - Nairobi
23 July : Third ODI - Nairobi
24 July : Bangladesh team leave Nairobi

Bangladesh's Tour of Zimbabwe 2006

26 July : Arrival in Zimbabwe
27 & 28 July : Rest & Practice
29 July : First ODI - Harare Sports Club
30 July : Second ODI - Harare Sports Club
31 July & 1 August : Rest & Practice
2 August : Third ODI - Harare Sports Club
3 August : Rest & Practice
4 August : Fourth ODI - Harare Sports Club
5 August : Rest & Practice
6 August : Fifth ODI - Harare Sports Club
7 August : Bangladesh team leave Zimbabwe

Quite packed schedule for both tour. Surprisingly no ODI at Bullawayo.

LateCut
June 25, 2006, 05:59 PM
Good! Finally ICC has succeeded in putting BD in the second division. There are no games against any of the top eight teams for a full year (except for the chalengers cup where we will play SL and WI)! Can we not negotiate something with individual boards to improve the situation?

Sam
June 25, 2006, 10:57 PM
Yes, we can, if the other boards do agree.

battye
June 28, 2006, 08:11 AM
Bangladesh's Tour of Kenya 2006
16 July : Arrival in Kenya
17 & 18 July : Rest & Practice
19 July : First ODI - Nairobi
20& 21 July : Rest & Practice
22 July : Second ODI - Nairobi
23 July : Third ODI - Nairobi
24 July : Bangladesh team leave Nairobi

Bangladesh's Tour of Zimbabwe 2006

26 July : Arrival in Zimbabwe
27 & 28 July : Rest & Practice
29 July : First ODI - Harare Sports Club
30 July : Second ODI - Harare Sports Club
31 July & 1 August : Rest & Practice
2 August : Third ODI - Harare Sports Club
3 August : Rest & Practice
4 August : Fourth ODI - Harare Sports Club
5 August : Rest & Practice
6 August : Fifth ODI - Harare Sports Club
7 August : Bangladesh team leave Zimbabwe

Quite packed schedule for both tour. Surprisingly no ODI at Bullawayo.

I don't know the accuracy of this, but I heard that the reasoning behind playing all ODI's in Harare is because of the chronic fuel shortages (ie. the bus, or domestic flight might not have any fuel to make it to Bulawayo).

Miraz
June 28, 2006, 11:39 AM
The Itinerary is not showing any twenty-twenty match. According to FTP there should be one.

Miraz
July 2, 2006, 03:57 PM
Senior team made 230/5 in stipulated 45 over. Notable contribution Javed Omar 81 from 76 balls (retired un-hurt), Shahriar Nafees 61 and Bashar 53. In reply Acedmy tyeam managed 204 for 9 wickets. Tamim Iqbal made 42 from 42 deliveris, Nadif Choudhury 57.

It seems Javed Omar has changed his batting style and will be producing some blistering innings in coming Zim-Kenya tour :lol:

SMHasan
July 2, 2006, 07:37 PM
Again Javed Omar? Oh no!

Miraz
July 3, 2006, 03:56 AM
Again Javed Omar? Oh no!

I don't mind, if JO can produce runs with good strike rate, what's the problem???

We should not be allergic to a particular person. We need performance and if anybody performs, we should be beside him.:)

SMHasan
July 3, 2006, 08:42 PM
I don't mind, if JO can produce runs with good strike rate, what's the problem???

We should not be allergic to a particular person. We need performance and if anybody performs, we should be beside him.:)

If he makes runs then its good. But to be honest I dont like him because the way he bats. Its awful. He doesn't know how to pull, he only knows few countable strokes. Everyone got some ability to improve but it seems that he does not know how to progress. He could not correct his bating technique i.e his bat often twists in his hands thus he gets no control over his shots. This is a basic mistake.

Omio
July 4, 2006, 12:31 PM
Y people hate JO, I thnk he is 1 of the good batsman gor ourside, We khow sometimes he put like a kid, but he can stay on the wicket for long time and take some run aswell.

SMHasan
July 4, 2006, 07:33 PM
Y people hate JO, I thnk he is 1 of the good batsman gor ourside, We khow sometimes he put like a kid, but he can stay on the wicket for long time and take some run aswell.

Get your technique right and come back in the team. Thats my view. And in my ODI team JO won't have a place. He doesn't play for runs in ODI and useless innings are to be ignored.

MarufH
July 5, 2006, 08:29 PM
Y people hate JO, I thnk he is 1 of the good batsman gor ourside, We khow sometimes he put like a kid, but he can stay on the wicket for long time and take some run aswell.
demn rught boss.. I agree!