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Raynman
November 29, 2010, 01:01 PM
- BD record vs. ZIM 25-22 (by far the most played opponent. SL is next at 29 matches)
- BD highest score is against ZIM (320/8 in 50)
- BD highest run chase is vs. ZIM (313/6 in 47.5)
- BD highest individual score is vs. ZIM (154, Tamim)
- BD largest victory vs. ZIM is 101 runs / 9 wickets
- Razzak (149) and Mash (142) close to 150 wicket mark
- Junaid (935) and IK (808) approaching 1K mark
- Highest wickets in a series vs. ZIM (Razzak 15)
- Most Catches Mash (35) , Ash (33)
- 3rd ODI should be Shakib's 100th ODI
- Shakib's captaincy record is 14-15 (1st ODI vs. NZ in October 2010 is credited to Mash)
- Shakib is at 733 as runs vs. ZIM (behind SN 749 and Bashar 752). Chigumbura leads with 846 between the two countries. Ash is 674 and TI is 551
- Mash (43), Razzak (40), Shakib (36) lead wickets in head to head
- Shakib (20) gaining on Ash (23) for most 50+ scores

Rabz
November 29, 2010, 01:08 PM
I was just looking for this thread.
Thanks Raynman.

Tiger Manc
November 29, 2010, 01:21 PM
Well done Raynman. I always look forward to your pre-series stats threads. I really hope we get a 10 wicket win at some stage. I don't think we've ever had that at any level. I also hope we can beat our highest total although that might be difficult in these conditions. I think Imrul might do some damage in this series. He can take over where SN left off. If he can average 35 against the g8, then imagine what he'll do to Zim. I believe he needs 28 more runs to score 2nd most in a calender year, behind leader SN 1,033 in 2006.

Tiger444
November 29, 2010, 01:41 PM
Can't believe that zunaed has played so many odis and still hasn't piled up 1000 runs yet. Imrul has almost caught up with him and he pretty much played all his odis this year. Well good thing zunaed has improved and hope he continues to do a good job at #3.
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roman
November 29, 2010, 02:13 PM
Great stats Raynman. I hope Mash gets his 150 wickets in this series.

al Furqaan
November 29, 2010, 02:27 PM
superbly researched. keep em coming.

Rabz
November 29, 2010, 03:23 PM
Razzak and Mash should reach their 150 wickets mark.
Junaed for his 1000th run.
It would be a fight between Sakib and Ash for the highest run scorer for BD against Zims.
Chance for Sakib to better his numbers on captaincy.

al Furqaan
November 29, 2010, 04:49 PM
Raynman bhai, whats our previous best record of most consecutive wins? My guess would be 2006 when we won 18 and lost 10 overall. We are in good stead to put on a string of 9 consecutive wins.

Ajfar
November 29, 2010, 05:03 PM
Raynman bhai wouldn't it be fair that the 1st ODI win against NZ goes to Shakib? I mean he was the captain for pretty much the whole game.

Raynman
November 29, 2010, 05:08 PM
Our best win streak is 9 starting in 2006 and into one match in 2007. It consisted of a Champions trophy win vs. ZIM, followed by a 5-0 whitewash of ZIM, a 2-0 of Scotland and another one (2007) vs. ZIM. We won that series 3-1 after losing the 2nd match. We then won Bermuda, Canada, India and followed by a loss to SL another win vs. BER. So it was part of a 16-2 stretch.

In 2009 we had another 8 match strech with 2 vs. ZIM, 3 vs. WI and another 3 vs. ZIM. We went 14-2 in that run with all wins vs. ZIM and WI.

Raynman
November 29, 2010, 05:11 PM
Raynman bhai wouldn't it be fair that the 1st ODI win against NZ goes to Shakib? I mean he was the captain for pretty much the whole game.

I agree but the match started with Mash as teh official captain and it was Mash who went to collect the prize for the team. Same deal with the 1st Test against WI.

I'm going with the official stats here but thats why I made it a point to mention the exclusion as it really was Shakib's win.

al Furqaan
November 29, 2010, 05:29 PM
Our best win streak is 9 starting in 2006 and into one match in 2007. It consisted of a Champions trophy win vs. ZIM, followed by a 5-0 whitewash of ZIM, a 2-0 of Scotland and another one (2007) vs. ZIM. We won that series 3-1 after losing the 2nd match. We then won Bermuda, Canada, India and followed by a loss to SL another win vs. BER. So it was part of a 16-2 stretch.

In 2009 we had another 8 match strech with 2 vs. ZIM, 3 vs. WI and another 3 vs. ZIM. We went 14-2 in that run with all wins vs. ZIM and WI.

i just checked it myself...

yes we have a 9 game streak against ZIM and SCO in 2006.

the other streak was 7 games, not 8, against WI and ZIM (2009).

we have a chance to make it 9 here, and hopefully 11 if we beat India and Ireland in the World Cup.

Rabz
November 30, 2010, 01:39 AM
Hey, i was thinking of making it 9+9
4 v NZ
5 v Zim
9 in the world cup. :D

wiseshah
November 30, 2010, 02:18 AM
great thread, thnks

thebest
November 30, 2010, 05:38 AM
If I am betting man, I would bet IK would 1k before Zunaed

Raynman
November 30, 2010, 09:56 AM
i just checked it myself...

yes we have a 9 game streak against ZIM and SCO in 2006.

the other streak was 7 games, not 8, against WI and ZIM (2009).

we have a chance to make it 9 here, and hopefully 11 if we beat India and Ireland in the World Cup.

I stand corrected.

So far in a series involving more than 1 ODI, we have clean sweeps against

Kenya (4-0), Scotland (2-0), Zimbabwe (5-0), New Zealand (4-0), West Indies (3-0) and Ireland (3-0).

Netherlands is the only team we don't have an ODI victory against that we have played.

jisaan
November 30, 2010, 02:23 PM
THX
such a thread would make our wins, if we do & Insha-Allah we will, more enjoyable.

thx again raynman!

bujhee kom
November 30, 2010, 03:51 PM
Excellent Raynman bhaiya! As always great, rich in important facts and numbers and interesting thread!! A big salaam!

Raynman
December 1, 2010, 01:05 AM
If we win today and 2nd ODI, we will officially be the #8 ranked team in ODIs.

Nadim
December 1, 2010, 05:19 AM
No chance to be no 8 now!!! even we win rest of the matches.

Night_wolf
December 1, 2010, 06:04 AM
No chance to be no 8 now!!! even we win rest of the matches.

nop still have chance..for that we have to win 4-1 and hope for a lankawash vs WI

Raynman
December 1, 2010, 07:19 AM
Good for Razzak in breaking the 150 mark and moving to 152. Shakib got another 50+ score but this loss is painful.

Looks like Mash and Siddons may get their 3-2 wish.

Raynman
December 2, 2010, 02:30 PM
Hopefully we'll regroup today:

- BD lost 3 points to 64 in the rankings. A win today will give us 1 point
- Razzak became the lead wicket taker (44) in head to head between BD & ZIM
- Shakib is now the highest BD run getter vs. ZIM (796). Chigumbura is at 853

Raynman
December 2, 2010, 02:41 PM
Interesting Note :

Today is Shakib's 100th ODI and his debut was also against ZIm in Aug 6, 2006.

Shakib scored a 30* (batting #4) to support SN's 188* as we won by 8 wickets chasing 197 in 44.4 overs. Bowling : 10-0-39-1. This was the 5th ODI of the series in Harare and we lost the series 3-2.
Mushy also debuted in that match.

FagunerAgun
December 3, 2010, 06:56 PM
nice analysis. It is so surprising why SN is not playing in this series with such a good record againtst Zim.

Raynman
December 7, 2010, 06:27 PM
Updated :

- BD record vs. ZIM 27-23
- Razzak crossed 150, now at 162
- Mash (143) close to 150 wicket mark
- Junaid crossed 1K mark (1000)
- IK (892) approaching 1K mark
- Highest wickets in a series vs. ZIM (Razzak 15), Razzak now at 13 after 3 (bilateral record is 18 in 7 matches)
- Shakib completed 100 ODI
- Shakib's captaincy record is 16-16
- Razzak (53), Mash (44), Shakib (42) lead wicket takers in BD-ZIM matchups
- Shakib (22) one behind Ash (23) for most 50+ scores
- Shakib is at 878 runs vs. ZIM (passing SN 749 and Bashar 752) and Chigumbura (860) & Taylor (841)
- Mushy closing in on 1500 ODI runs (1454)
- Shakib @ 2823 ODI runs (unlikely to cross 3K this series but who knows)