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Old October 16, 2011, 12:23 AM
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My squad (in bating order):

Tamim Iqbal (Home-ground advantages - plus, he's a batsman who stays hungry, this just might be his detonation point)

Shahriar Nafees (Average over 30, Good against pace and bounce. I think my point has been made)

Shakib Al Hasan (In my eyes, the best cricketer in the side by some distance. He's bowled brilliantly in a game, batted superbly in the other. The relief from captaincy seems to be working for the boy right now)

Naeem Islam (Our unlikely highest scorer of the series. Should find his place in the middle order)

Mushfiqur Rahim (I think he should come after Naeem, because he's got more experience, and might need to see the innings to the close. Also, he's shown he can strike the ball in the dying overs, and he's done it better than Naeem, surprisingly)

Nasir Hossain (This rookie has shown that on his 19-year old shoulders is a brilliantly mature head. In the T20 and the second ODI, he's nudged the ball as long as he had a senior batting partner. And then when the time seemed right, he found the boundaries. That tells ou volume about this kids skills. He's just off scoring a brilliant fifty, which I believe is the first of many to come).

Sohrawardi Shuvo (He's proved to be a decent bits-and-pieces cricketer, and what's the harm in giving him a go, with really not much at stake? A very impressive fielder too, if I may add)

Elius Sunny (He's been a consistent performer in the domestic arena for some years now, it's time he got on the field with the big boys. I sincerely hope he gets a cap, and all the best for him in advance)

Razzak (I know he's had an ordinary series so far, but he's still our go-to bowler for difficult situations. He's the most experienced specialist bowler in the squad, and Chittagong, being a little more on the slower side, might just suit his style of bowling)

Nazmul (I've never been a big fan of this guy, but seeing the number of fans he has around this forum alone, I might have missed a point about him. Specially with BD's most successful bowling coach Ian Pont thinking so very highly of him, I think he deserves a shot at showcasing what he's got.

Rubel (The only bowler who's looked to generate some discomfort among the WIndies batsmen. He is our ace paceman at the moment. Our spearhead. May he bowl well at Chittagong)
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