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Nadim
August 4, 2010, 06:37 AM
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Was bored so went through few MT that has been played recently and found alot of posts (including mine:-p) saying that shakib should bat @ no 6/7 so he can utilize the batting PP and let Mushy, Riyad and Nayeem bat up the order....but after doing this stats I have to say BossMan Shakib has been the WORSE batsman batted in the batting PP in 2010.(got :outbad: 3 times in the 1st ball he faced in the batting PP):sick:

To be honest I think Riyad, Mushy & Nayeem was doing fine until the tour of England where they just lost it completely. ALSO AFTER THIS I COULDN'T FIND ANY REASON TO DROP NAYEEM.....HAVE I MISSED ANYTHING??:-/


@ Mods, plz resize the image (i tried, but didn't work)

Tiger-ess
August 4, 2010, 07:34 AM
Shakib-Mushy-Riyad-Naeem-Mash-the rest doesnt matter who from the bottom order can utilize in the pp the most...the point is, why are we the only nation who finds it compulsary to take the batting pp in the 45th over?? When we have consistently had set batsmen up until the 35-39th over (mashallah). eiber kintu shakib er shate dekha hoile I will let out some words to him regarding this, I just dont understand!!

Raynman
August 4, 2010, 11:02 AM
Batting powerplay seems to be more of a disadvantage for us then an advantage considering the number of wickets we lose. Waiting tilll the very end shows a fear of the PP itself and also the lack of understanding the advantage and how to bat during it.

PP doesn't mean slog sixes. Grass cutting fours or 2/3's as a result of hitting over the fielders into the gap is just as welcome.

Tamim is the only one who plays with freedom and NO FEAR but he is usually never around for the batting powerplay.

All of our guys TI, IK, JS, SAH, Mushy, Riad, Naeem, Mash, even Shafi have potential to be good PP batsmen but something is missing in the instructions or the approach.

mishu
August 4, 2010, 11:49 AM
e-mail these stats to BCB,, u dont think they have any clue about these stats..lol

Habib
August 4, 2010, 01:10 PM
Shakib-Mushy-Riyad-Naeem-Mash-the rest doesnt matter who from the bottom order can utilize in the pp the most...the point is, why are we the only nation who finds it compulsary to take the batting pp in the 45th over?? When we have consistently had set batsmen up until the 35-39th over (mashallah). eiber kintu shakib er shate dekha hoile I will let out some words to him regarding this, I just dont understand!!

Yes sis. Make sure that he listens to you.

Ajfar
August 4, 2010, 01:33 PM
Just look at how many times our tail enders had to bat during the batting PP. If we can sort out our problem and figure out when is the best time to take the batting PP (depending on the match situation) also while specialists batsman's are still in the crease that solves half the problem right there.

riad
August 5, 2010, 11:34 PM
I think best time for taking Batting PP is 40-45.
So that we might have couple batsman if we can utilize the PP we can get more from last 5 overs. if we can't the well tailender are good enough to play the 50 overs tahing 1s/2s.

It kills me like many of you when i see bd take PP from 45-50 and takes on more pressure .

lamisa
August 6, 2010, 09:42 AM
good job,nadim!but whatever nayeem is doing,no.7/8 is not his position