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Quasimodo
February 23, 2010, 02:09 PM
Alaistar Cook (30.52) = Tamim Iqbal (28.39) Although Tamim can easily be given a slight advantage as he is more aggressive, he can throw away his wicket cheaply when he gets a start, whereas if cook can start, he can be a handy batsman. This area is almost deadlocked as to who will deliver more for us.

Craig Kieswetter (0.00) = Imrul Kayes (31.40) Kieswetter might be the better batsman, but don't forget this is his first match. He's still young and can play rash shots any time. Kayes on the other hand has been picking up a few runs in this version of the game, and could well support Tamim.

Kevin Pietersen (45.41) > Faisal Hossain (8.75) Pietersen is Pietersen and Faisal is Faisal. However, Pietersen's recent form has been terrible and if that continues, he isn't very dangerous. Faisal is a newcomer, and if he plays I dont expect more then 30 runs from him (which is 25 more than I expect from Ashraful.)

Paul Collingwood (36.11) > Aftab Ahmed (25.02) This might be the biggest mismatch against us in the whole team. Collingwood is in form, a great fielder, and can bowl a bit. Aftab is out of form. If I had to get one person out cheaply in the England team, it'd be Collingwood. Aftab (if played) possibly wont get half the Collingwood score.

Eoin Morgan (35.70) < Sakib Al Hasan (34.75) Don't be fooled by the averages. Sakib can provide support from both batting and bowling. He can be a real threat with his strike rate of 76. He seems to be scoring at a much more better rate. He got runs with the bat in NZ , and that gives him much more confidence.

Luke Wright (22.52) < Mohammed Mahmudullah (31.72) Mahmudullah has already become a force and he can bowl a bit better then Wright. He's become the occasional off-spinner too, which really helps against a team like England. Wright on the other hand, hasn't proven much and still needs time to sort out his bowling.

Matt Prior (24.24) = Mushfiqur Rahim (22.91) If Rahim could keep the catches in his hand, he would've got the upper hand. He is more experienced and can hold down the bottom order easily. He also has the capabilities to hit a few sixes. Prior can be dangerous also.


So BD WINS!

dolcevita
February 23, 2010, 02:26 PM
You forget Naeem islam
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Equinox
February 23, 2010, 02:31 PM
Faisal Hossain? Ki kon mia?

Equinox
February 23, 2010, 02:38 PM
Batting
Tamim Iqbal vs. Alastair Cook
Imrul Kayes vs. Craig Kieswetter
Mohammad Ashraful vs. Kevin Pietersen
Aftab Ahmed vs. Johnathan Trott
Shakib Al Hasan vs. Paul Collingwood (Equal)
Mahmudullah vs. Eoin Morgan
Mushfiqur Rahim vs. Matt Prior
Naeem Islam vs. Luke Wright

4-3 England

Bowling
Mashrafe Mortaza vs. Ajmal Shahzad
Shafiul Islam vs. Stuart Broad
Abdur Razzak vs. Graeme Swann
Shakib Al Hasan vs. James Tredwell
Naeem Islam and Mahmudullah vs. Luke Wright and Paul Collingwood

3-2 Bangladesh

*Averages don't mean ****
*Validity of comparison subject to the above team selected

HereWeGo
February 23, 2010, 02:46 PM
Faisal hossain !!!!! :hairpull: khelai dekhum na if he plays...

Farhad hossain of Rajshahi instead plsss

bangla-red
February 23, 2010, 03:05 PM
Mushy as good as Prior :floor:

dolcevita
February 23, 2010, 03:06 PM
Batting
Tamim Iqbal vs. Alastair Cook
Imrul Kayes vs. Craig Kieswetter
Mohammad Ashraful vs. Kevin Pietersen
Aftab Ahmed vs. Johnathan Trott
Shakib Al Hasan vs. Paul Collingwood (Equal)

You should giv -3 for our horrible fielding
Mahmudullah vs. Eoin Morgan
Mushfiqur Rahim vs. Matt Prior
Naeem Islam vs. Luke Wright

4-3 England

Bowling
Mashrafe Mortaza vs. Ajmal Shahzad
Shafiul Islam vs. Stuart Broad
Abdur Razzak vs. Graeme Swann
Shakib Al Hasan vs. James Tredwell
Naeem Islam and Mahmudullah vs. Luke Wright and Paul Collingwood

3-2 Bangladesh

*Averages don't mean ****
*Comparison subject to the above team selected
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Tigers_eye
February 23, 2010, 03:07 PM
Shakib > England. You will see.

_Rafi_
February 23, 2010, 03:25 PM
Shakib chara kuno kotha nai. Shakib is the best>KP+CatWood+Cook+Swann+broad
Rest 10 BD player wl cover rest 5 Eng players+Umpire
BD wins all the game
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dolcevita
February 23, 2010, 04:01 PM
Mates you forget :
BD fielding : -3....
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Ajfar
February 23, 2010, 04:10 PM
Shakib > England. You will see.

Case closed. what's next?

sadi
February 23, 2010, 04:47 PM
It was funny to see Faisal getting compared with Pieterson at number 3 position. Are you f****** kidding me?

SS
February 23, 2010, 04:49 PM
What we are drinking these days....

SS
February 23, 2010, 04:51 PM
Quasimotu aei thread dekle to Brit media keipa jabo...age kam pore kotha...

NKVD
February 23, 2010, 06:29 PM
Wow, this thread all of a sudden has me feeling better. Lets not allow KP to score 200 in one innings, and we are good.

Moyna_fan
February 23, 2010, 06:33 PM
Alaistar Cook (30.52) = Tamim Iqbal (28.39) Although Tamim can easily be given a slight advantage as he is more aggressive, he can throw away his wicket cheaply when he gets a start, whereas if cook can start, he can be a handy batsman. This area is almost deadlocked as to who will deliver more for us.

Craig Kieswetter (0.00) = Imrul Kayes (31.40) Kieswetter might be the better batsman, but don't forget this is his first match. He's still young and can play rash shots any time. Kayes on the other hand has been picking up a few runs in this version of the game, and could well support Tamim.

Kevin Pietersen (45.41) > Faisal Hossain (8.75) Pietersen is Pietersen and Faisal is Faisal. However, Pietersen's recent form has been terrible and if that continues, he isn't very dangerous. Faisal is a newcomer, and if he plays I dont expect more then 30 runs from him (which is 25 more than I expect from Ashraful.)

Paul Collingwood (36.11) > Aftab Ahmed (25.02) This might be the biggest mismatch against us in the whole team. Collingwood is in form, a great fielder, and can bowl a bit. Aftab is out of form. If I had to get one person out cheaply in the England team, it'd be Collingwood. Aftab (if played) possibly wont get half the Collingwood score.

Eoin Morgan (35.70) < Sakib Al Hasan (34.75) Don't be fooled by the averages. Sakib can provide support from both batting and bowling. He can be a real threat with his strike rate of 76. He seems to be scoring at a much more better rate. He got runs with the bat in NZ , and that gives him much more confidence.

Luke Wright (22.52) < Mohammed Mahmudullah (31.72) Mahmudullah has already become a force and he can bowl a bit better then Wright. He's become the occasional off-spinner too, which really helps against a team like England. Wright on the other hand, hasn't proven much and still needs time to sort out his bowling.

Matt Prior (24.24) = Mushfiqur Rahim (22.91) If Rahim could keep the catches in his hand, he would've got the upper hand. He is more experienced and can hold down the bottom order easily. He also has the capabilities to hit a few sixes. Prior can be dangerous also.


So BD WINS!

to put faisal in team..and compare him to KP:mad:

Moyna_fan
February 23, 2010, 06:36 PM
Tamim=AC



Riad=collingwood

Mash> every eng fast bowler

Moyna> every eng spin bowler

Rahim> wright
Ash < KP
=============================we WIN!!!!!!!!!!

Nafi
February 23, 2010, 06:49 PM
Faisal Hossain....

Ashfaq
February 23, 2010, 07:16 PM
I'm gonna take this thread with enough salt. But, inexplicably, this had me feeling a lot better about our chances. May be that was the sole intention.

wiseshah
February 23, 2010, 07:35 PM
Why some people hate Faisal? Any reason?

Ashfaq
February 23, 2010, 07:46 PM
Why some people hate Faisal? Any reason?

He made a rather poor first impression back in 03. But I'm all for giving him a chance.

wiseshah
February 23, 2010, 08:42 PM
Oh that's sad
I think imrul also made first impression poor

but he has century next to his name

people shouldn't judge Faisal by only one match he played

he isvery consistent which is very rare in bd cricket

he has scored heavily for last couple years

highest century, highest 6 , good average

he deserve a chance here
if u talk abt going forward or backward--- those theories are rubbish

if Australia and other great team has player who got debut at 30 up age, why can't we

age is just a number

30--35 is thebest time for batsman

wiseshah
February 23, 2010, 08:45 PM
I think whoever is in form give him chance

result-- we will be benefitted

One World
February 23, 2010, 09:21 PM
Lotfi Asker Zadeh

Jesus87
February 23, 2010, 10:21 PM
I am looking forward to Paul Collingwood's batting, he has been in tremendous form, would love him to score a quick century. Also hope Kevin Pietersen gets his form back. Wish I was in Bangladesh could have taken pictures of the English team.

wiseshah
February 23, 2010, 11:15 PM
three dangerous man of england

1. Eoin morgan
2. paul collingwood
3. kevin pietersen

Moyna_fan
February 23, 2010, 11:34 PM
three dangerous man of england

1. Eoin morgan
2. paul collingwood
3. kevin pietersen

and from bd:

1. Tamim
2. Moyna
3.Mashrafe

Jesus87
February 23, 2010, 11:38 PM
and from bd:

1. Tamim
2. Moyna
3.Mashrafe

He is coming back from an Injury, he might get hammered by Morgan, there is something about Mash that the Irish loves. Remember 666 in T20.

Abirz
February 23, 2010, 11:45 PM
Alaistar Cook (30.52) = Tamim Iqbal (28.39) Although Tamim can easily be given a slight advantage as he is more aggressive, he can throw away his wicket cheaply when he gets a start, whereas if cook can start, he can be a handy batsman. This area is almost deadlocked as to who will deliver more for us.

Craig Kieswetter (0.00) = Imrul Kayes (31.40) Kieswetter might be the better batsman, but don't forget this is his first match. He's still young and can play rash shots any time. Kayes on the other hand has been picking up a few runs in this version of the game, and could well support Tamim.

Kevin Pietersen (45.41) > Faisal Hossain (8.75) Pietersen is Pietersen and Faisal is Faisal. However, Pietersen's recent form has been terrible and if that continues, he isn't very dangerous. Faisal is a newcomer, and if he plays I dont expect more then 30 runs from him (which is 25 more than I expect from Ashraful.)

Paul Collingwood (36.11) > Aftab Ahmed (25.02) This might be the biggest mismatch against us in the whole team. Collingwood is in form, a great fielder, and can bowl a bit. Aftab is out of form. If I had to get one person out cheaply in the England team, it'd be Collingwood. Aftab (if played) possibly wont get half the Collingwood score.

Eoin Morgan (35.70) < Sakib Al Hasan (34.75) Don't be fooled by the averages. Sakib can provide support from both batting and bowling. He can be a real threat with his strike rate of 76. He seems to be scoring at a much more better rate. He got runs with the bat in NZ , and that gives him much more confidence.

Luke Wright (22.52) < Mohammed Mahmudullah (31.72) Mahmudullah has already become a force and he can bowl a bit better then Wright. He's become the occasional off-spinner too, which really helps against a team like England. Wright on the other hand, hasn't proven much and still needs time to sort out his bowling.

Matt Prior (24.24) = Mushfiqur Rahim (22.91) If Rahim could keep the catches in his hand, he would've got the upper hand. He is more experienced and can hold down the bottom order easily. He also has the capabilities to hit a few sixes. Prior can be dangerous also.


So BD WINS!

HAHA This is the most ridiculous statement ever, we win?! from which angle do you see us winning? Guys, dont always keep a imiginary cover over your eyes, open them and look at the big picture. Almost every single person in their team has a better average and yo still think we'll win cause "averages dont matter" right? well they would've mattered a lot if bd players had better averages