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Old November 27, 2012, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by BANFAN
Bhai..it's too late at night to give you a complete reply now... But just, that a pace bowler has a place in the national team, encourages those young upcoming bowlers to do better to get that slot...or else everyone will give it up and become spinner like Shohag... Instead, a little bit of guidance to these pacers can make them more effective... And add a variety .. That upsets batting rhythms and help spinners to succeed...monotonous spin will be torn apart by set batsman... How effective the pacers will be also depends on how they are used by the captain and how well your fielders support them by catching and stopping boundaries...

We blame pacers but, we have to admit, a lot of those are due to poor keeping, poor catching and poor fielding skills....
Yea but what did our pace attack managed to encourage so far? Abul....
For ODI, you need to save runs, and usually its enough to create chances. With the set of spinners (Shak-Enam-Sunny-Raj), the captain has all the freedom to offer short spells and not allow batsmen to settle. Keep in mind, my argument is intended only for ODI and T20 and not test cricket. In Test, we have nowhere to go... we are doomed
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