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Old December 29, 2010, 08:41 AM
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Default 2010 review of Bangladesh Cricket in numbers, Part -1 Test Matches

7 : Number of Test matches played by Bangladesh

0 : Number of Test matches won or drawn.

419: Highest Test innings total - against England in Dhaka, March 2010

408 : Highest overseas Test innings total - against New Zealand in Hamilton, February 2010

123 : Lowest Test innings total - against England in Manchester, Jun 2010

233 : Lowest Test innings total on home soil - against India in Dhaka, Jan 2010

124.0
: Highest number of overs survived in an innings of a Test match - against England in Chittagong, March 2010

110.2 : Highest number of overs survived in an innings of a overseas Test match - against England at Lord's, May 2010

34.1: Lowest number of overs survived in an innings of a Test match - against England in Manchester, Jun 2010

85.4 : Average duration (no of overs) of Bangladesh's Test innings in 2010

837 : Number of Test runs scored by Tamim Iqbal, highest among Bangladeshis. Next best is 545 by Mahmudullah

7 : Number of Test centuries scored by Bangladeshi batsmen in 2010. Highest 3 by Tamim, Mahmudullah, Shakib, Mushfiqur and Junaid 1 each.

200 : Highest Test partnership by Bangladeshi batsmen, between Tamim Iqbal and Junaid siddique

4: Number of overseas Test centuries in 2010 by Bangladeshi batsmen

20 : Number of Test 50s scored by Bangladesh. Tamim again leads the way with six 50s

6 : Number of Test batsmen averaging 30+ in 2010 (Tamim, Shakib, Mushfiq, Junaid, Mahmudullah and Naeem)

4 : Highest number of ducks by a Bangladesh batsman. Rubel Hossain holds the record for 2010.

29 : Number of 6s scored by Bangladesh in Test matches. Tamim managed 6 of them.

27: Highest number of wickets by a Bangladesh bowler. Shakib Al Hasan picked 27 wickets @ 39.00

5/62 : Best bowling by a Bangladesh bowler, Shakib Al Hasan - against India in Chittagong, Jan 2010

5/98 : Best overseas bowling analysis of a Bangladesh bowler, Shahadat Hossain against England at Lord's, May 2010

0/119 : Worst bowling by a Bangladesh bowler, Robiul Islam - against England at Lord's in May 2010

5 : Number of five wicket hauls secured by Bangladeshi bowlers, Shakib and Shahadat picked 2 each with Rubel bagging the rest.

83 : Number of wickets taken by Bangladeshi batsmen out of possible 140

151 : Highest Test score by a Bangladeshi batsman, Tamim Iqbal - against India in Dhaka, Jan 2010

115 : Highest overseas Test score by a Bangladeshi batsman, Mahmudullah - against New Zealand, Feb 2010

5 : Number of times Bangladesh managed to extend Test matches to 5th day

4 : Number of times Bangladesh managed to bowl the opponents out

2 : Number of times Bangladesh had to follow-on, Bangladesh did not manage to enforce follow-on against any opponents

1: Number of innings defeat conceded by Bangladesh - against England in Manchester, Jun 2010. This was the last Test match of Bangladesh in 2010.
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Part-2 - ODI and Twenty20 will be posted tomorrow.
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Old December 29, 2010, 08:47 AM
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Miraz vai can u post one more stat?.."no of times BD has managed to go to the 5th day of a test match"

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Old December 29, 2010, 08:59 AM
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Miraz vai can u post one more stat?.."no of times BD has managed to go to the 5th day of a test match"

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Added.

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Old December 29, 2010, 09:20 AM
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wow!!...5 tests out of 7 we managed to take to the 5th day!..we barely managed 4th some years ago..so in the futures the draws will come..and also after that the wins..we just need a quality test bowler to support shakib..and some intelligence in the batsmen to not to throw their wickets away
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Old December 29, 2010, 09:35 AM
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124.0[/B] : Highest number of overs survived in Test matches - against England in Chittagong, March 2010

110.2 : Highest number of overs survived overseas - against England at Lord's, May 2010

34.1: Lowest number of overs survived in Test matches - against England in Manchester, Jun 2010
Thanks for the numbers. It will be nice to see the highest/lowest overs survived per innings.

Are you sure 34.1 overs survived was for the entire match? That is just too scary.
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Old December 29, 2010, 09:38 AM
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Thanks for the numbers. It will be nice to see the highest/lowest overs survived per innings.

Are you sure 34.1 overs survived was for the entire match? That is just too scary.
that should be for 1 innings,well i think so..
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Old December 29, 2010, 11:28 AM
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Thanks for the numbers. It will be nice to see the highest/lowest overs survived per innings.

Are you sure 34.1 overs survived was for the entire match? That is just too scary.
Thanks Kabir, my mistake. It was meant to be number of overs survived in an innings of a Test match.

Corrected.
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Old December 29, 2010, 01:51 PM
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Thanks Kabir, my mistake. It was meant to be number of overs survived in an innings of a Test match.

Corrected.
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Old December 29, 2010, 11:04 AM
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^yeah, most probably it was the 2nd innings of the 2nd test. TI got a duck.
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Old December 29, 2010, 11:31 AM
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Lost in numbers !!!
Good one Miraz bhai.

I think the biggest problem has been highlighted in the very first line.
7 tests.
If you play only a handful number of test matches in a year, you can't improve. You have build on the momentum you create and work on it as you progress.

Whatever momentum the boys created for themselves early part of the year is all lost now. They havent played a single test since June/July, only God knows when the next test is. Been hearing about May next, but with the weather in hand during that time of the year, I doubt if we can finish a test match properly.

Need to play more tests. BCB have the facts backing them up now.
They should take the initiative. No one's gonna be that eager to play test with us, may be apart from New Zealand. But its upto us to convince, persuade, whatever it takes for us to make sure they do.

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Old December 29, 2010, 12:23 PM
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Lost in numbers !!!
Good one Miraz bhai.

I think the biggest problem has been highlighted in the very first line.
7 tests.
If you play only a handful number of test matches in a year, you can't improve. You have build on the momentum you create and work on it as you progress.

Whatever momentum the boys created for themselves early part of the year is all lost now. They havent played a single test since June/July, only God knows when the next test is. Been hearing about May next, but with the weather in hand during that time of the year, I doubt if we can finish a test match properly.

Need to play more tests. BCB have the facts backing them up now.
They should take the initiative. No one's gonna be that eager to play test with us, may be apart from New Zealand. But its upto us to convince, persuade, whatever it takes for us to make sure they do.

You gotta get it for yourself, no one's gonna come and serve you on a platter.
Don't you know that we are too busy to play tests?
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The reason why we didnt win or draw tests is because the fact that the highest number of overs played is 124. We need to improve on this. we have enough defensive batsmen to accomplish that. at our first batting innings we should always look to bat out 4-5 sessions. If a team bats 5 sessions in one innings, unless they go through disaster at the second, chances of them loosing the test is slim. 5 sessions should bring comfortable 500.

Other than that, much better stats than last year. We are doing good. To be honest i think our team will do better in test in future because we have such a long defensive batting order. (Sakib, Mushy, Mahmudullah, Naeem, Jahirul, Imrul) All we need is a good pace attack and we are set
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14200000000000065475: the number of souring shewag got after that 'ordinary' comment
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Old December 29, 2010, 03:57 PM
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Can Tamim's Lord score be there? 103

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Old December 30, 2010, 01:37 AM
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It will make a good article. Good work Miraz bhai. Keep it up.
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And we played no test against Zimbabwe.
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And we played no test against Zimbabwe.
We played no tests against "Afghanistan" also
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Old December 30, 2010, 09:29 AM
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According to Chinese astrology, 2010 was the Year of the Tiger...well the last part truly was!
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Thanks miraz bhai. We have improved a good amount looking at those statistics. Scoring 400 twice is a great achievement to our team. We actually gave teams hard times this year which wasn't the case in the past. Our batsmen just need to work on not throwing away their wickets which still is the case. The good thing is we have players with good temperaments now. We just need siddons to keep on working with them and I'm sure our batsmen will keep on improving.

As for bowling is concerned we desperately need a spinner alongside shakib. Otherwise opposing batsmen won't be pressured enough. Shahadat is still a must in tests since he's the only pacer that's a true wicket taker at this level. With rubel and shafiul continuing to develop, our pace bowling should be set.

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Its unfortunate that we didnt get to play those test matches against NZ. I think we could have managed to win at least one test.

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4 times we managed to bowl the opponent out, from a possible 14 (innings), not impressed
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4 times we managed to bowl the opponent out, from a possible 14 (innings), not impressed
This is not a bad stats. Most of the teams have struggled to do the same because pitches these days are prepared for T20s and ODIs. Also, our not winning a test contributes to it. If we are not losing by an innings, the bowlers do not get enough runs to defend in the second innings or the opponents declare early.
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