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Old October 7, 2012, 07:25 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rifat
Naeem Islam must be tried in tests, and should stay there

here is my squad:

Tests:
1) Tamim
2) Nazimuddin(Tests only)
3) Shakib(yes, i am promoting him up the order...we lose two early wickets, we pretty much never recover as recent trends in tests indicate)
4) Mushfiqur Rahim
5) Mahmudullah Riyad
6) Nasir Hossain
7) Naeem Islam(Tests only)
8) Nazmul Hossain
9) Enamul Haque jr.
10) Elias Sunny
11) Rubel Hossain(if he hasn't recovered yet Shafiul Islam)


ODIs:

1) Tamim
2) Kayes
3) Shakib Al Hasan
4) Mahmudullah Riyad
5) Mushfiqur Rahim
6) Nasir Hossain
7) Mashrafee Mortaza
8) Nazmul Hossain
9) Abdur Razzak/Enamul Haque jr.
10) Elias Sunny/Enamul Haque jr.
11) Rubel Hossain(if he hasn't recovered yet, Shafiul Islam)

T20:

1) Tamim
2) Ashraful
3) Shakib
4) Mushfiqur Rahim
5) Nasir Hossain
6) Ziaur Rahman
7) Alauddin Babu(wildcard, can hit) should not bowl until proven to be effective!
8) Mashrafee Mortaza
9) Rubel Hossain(if not fit, Nazmul Hossain)
10) Abdur Razzak
11) Enamul Haque jr./Elias Sunny/Arafat Sunny
if naeem plays then i think he should be batting in the top 6, #7 spot is generally for a keeper or an allrounder, you don't put a specialist bat there. that means riyad or nazimuddin would have to step aside to fit him in.

also shakib at #3 in tests is a big ask of him, don't forget he's also the main go to strike bowler.

for t20s i'd swap someone for zia personally, he's a hit and miss batsman, not even really a batsman just a slogger and doesn't offer enough with the ball.
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