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Old October 26, 2011, 11:07 AM
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Pakistan to play full-fledged series in Bangladesh

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October 26, 2011


Pakistan will play two Tests, three ODIs and one Twenty20 between November 29 and December 21, the Bangladesh Cricket Board has announced. The series was originally scheduled to be held in Pakistan, but the BCB swapped it with a return series that's scheduled for April 2012.
Pakistan arrive in Bangladesh on November 26, and play the one-off Twenty20 on November 29 at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur. The first and second ODIs are at the same venue on December 1 and 3, while the third is on December 6 at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. The first Test is from December 9 in Chittagong, and the second from December 17 in Mirpur. There are no tour games scheduled.
This is the first full series between the two teams since 2003, and the first time Pakistan will tour Bangladesh since 2001-02.


Pakistan in Bangladesh 2011-12
  • Twenty20, November 29, Mirpur
  • 1st ODI, December 1, Mirpur
  • 2nd ODI, December 3, Mirpur
  • 3rd ODI, December 6, Chittagong
  • 1st Test, December 9-13, Chittagong
  • 2nd Test, December 17-21, Mirpur
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Pakistan to play full-fledged series in Bangladesh

Pakistan will play two Tests, three ODIs and one Twenty20 between November 29 and December 21, the Bangladesh Cricket Board has announced. The series was originally scheduled to be held in Pakistan, but the BCB swapped it with a return series that's scheduled for April 2012.

Pakistan arrive in Bangladesh on November 26, and play the one-off Twenty20 on November 29 at the Shere Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur. The first and second ODIs are at the same venue on December 1 and 3, while the third is on December 6 at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. The first Test is from December 9 in Chittagong, and the second from December 17 in Mirpur. There are no tour games scheduled.

This is the first full series between the two teams since 2003, and the first time Pakistan will tour Bangladesh since 2001-02.

Pakistan in Bangladesh 2011-12

Twenty20, November 29, Mirpur

1st ODI, December 1, Mirpur

2nd ODI, December 3, Mirpur

3rd ODI, December 6, Chittagong

1st Test, December 9-13, Chittagong

2nd Test, December 17-21, Mirpur
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Old October 26, 2011, 11:08 AM
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Old October 26, 2011, 11:09 AM
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একই ভেন্যুতে ১ ও ৩ ডিসেম্বর পর পর দুটি ওয়ানডে শেষে উভয় দল পাড়ি জমাবে বন্দর নগরী চট্টগ্রামে। সেখানে ৬ ডিসেম্বর জহুর আহমেদ চৌধুরী স্টেডিয়ামে শেষ ওয়ানডে খেলবে। এরপর ৯ থেকে ১৩ ডিসেম্বর ওই একই মাঠে হবে প্রথম টেস্ট। ১৭ থেকে ২১ ডিসেম্বর ঢাকায় মিরপুর শেরেবাংলা জাতীয় ক্রিকেট স্টেডিয়ামে হবে শেষ টেস্ট ম্যাচটি।

বাংলাদেশ ও পাকিস্তানের মধ্যে শেষ দ্বিপাক্ষিক আন্তর্জাতিক ক্রিকেট সিরিজ হয়েছে ২০০৮ সালে পাকিস্তানের মাটিতে। সফরে একটি টি-টোয়েন্টি ও পাঁচটি ওয়ানডে ম্যাচ খেলে সবগুলোতে হেরেছে বাংলাদেশ দল।


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Pak er sathe khelata keno jani ami kokhono enjoy korina...we always lose so easily and i hate this
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Old October 26, 2011, 11:12 AM
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Pak er sathe khelata keno jani ami kokhono enjoy korina...we always lose so easily and i hate this
Amio na. Abar khela porse December e.
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Old October 26, 2011, 11:13 AM
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Pak er sathe khelata keno jani ami kokhono enjoy korina...we always lose so easily and i hate this
I have said this before. There is too much camaraderie between the players. Not the same intensity you see when playing India for example.
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This is just great. Right when my final exam starts.

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Old October 26, 2011, 11:19 AM
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Not expecting any wins, but should be an interesting series nevertheless. Hopefully Shak will emulate his previous success this time around too.
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Not expecting any wins, but should be an interesting series nevertheless. Hopefully Shak will emulate his previous success this time around too.
Are you Jamie Siddons
Did anyone expect the win over Australia? No. But Bangladesh did win, and the optimist in me says:

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Old October 26, 2011, 11:24 AM
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Did anyone expect the win over Australia? No. But Bangladesh did win, and the optimist in me says:
me too...even I am hopeful that we'll THRASH Pakistan. Although I love their bowling attack
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Did anyone expect the win over Australia? No. But Bangladesh did win, and the optimist in me says:
Just being realistic here, given Pakistan's present form, I'd still back them to win the series. Winning an ODI and drawing a test would be a great achievement though.
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going into a home ODI series (vs. Anyone) at this point anticipating losing all three is unacceptable!

My expectation is a competitive series. Would like to see a win in the T20, an attempt to win the series in the ODI and play competitively in the Test series.

So far, I have enjoyed the WI series given the intention of the team as a whole (of course there are and always will be those individual brain farts). Mushy/Law combination in strategy/approach, Mushy's batting with captaincy responsibility, Nasir/Sunny, the T20 win, 1st Test, 3rd ODI trouncing have all been good.

I was not heavily disheartened by the 1st two ODIs given the early powerplay in the 1st ODI and the innings building in the 2nd ODI. Shakib seems to be shaking his cobwebs off and as soon Tamim gets over his loss of vice captaincy and his chief excuse maker (JS) and starts performing to his capability, we should be able to give PAK a run for their money.
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Pakistan's always a better team then us. That's why they beat us comfortably time and again. Plus, unlike other subcontinental teams, they always have a good strong pace attack. And our batsmen struggle against quality pace.

A very tough tour for us. Pakistan's better then West Indies and their a team moving up. Cheema, Gul and Junaid are really good pacers. And then Ajmal and Rehman are top class spinners. Batting is now becoming strong as well. Hafeez is really on song this year. Taufeeq, Umar Akmal, Shafiq, Misbah, Younis, and Azhar are all good batsmen. So it's a very good team we're playing. The positive is that we're not gonna be rusty and hopefully we give our best.
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Yeah, imagine if Asif and Amir were in the squad as well. Frightening. I'm afraid we'll have to depend on our players peaking and their players having an off-day to win even one game.
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Their batsmen are good players of spin and our spinners are, well, nothing special to be honest. Our pacers are street cricketers in comparison and let's not even start with our batsmen.

So basically, we only have a decent probability of winning against sides that are miserable against spin, because that way we can "outbowl" them.
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Their batsmen are good players of spin and our spinners are, well, nothing special to be honest. Our pacers are street cricketers in comparison and let's not even start with our batsmen.

So basically, we only have a decent probability of winning against sides that are miserable against spin, because that way we can "outbowl" them.
I agree Asif bhai, but it's cricket and Pakistan, you never know!?
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You guys are scaring me..

Inshallah we'll have our first ever win against Pakistan in this series after 99.
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Actually, thinking about it (and looking at their stats on Cricinfo), I think their batsmen play relatively less of a threat than their bowlers. Any of their bowlers could run through our battling line up but only Misbah, Younis and possibly S. Malik have the type of temperament, in ODIs at least, to guide them if they lose a couple of quick wickets. Hafeez has had an incredible year alright but he still averages 27 in ODIs.The Akmal brothers are still hit or miss.
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No Rain to save us, Pakistani pacers troubling the Sri Lankan top order big time over in the Emirates, and we had trouble playing Marlon Samuels.

It's going to be a fun series, but who cares. I'd much rather play Pakistan, get trounced, and learn from it, than play Zimbabwe and win(oh wait....)
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We almost beat them in a test match with Khaled Mahmud shujon as our top pace bowler in the team..
Their batsman hardly looks to score runs, always happy to occupy the crease, that works in our favor too...
Their bowlers are the main threat but very inexperienced... Junaid looks awesome, Ajmal and Gul are major threats.. the rest dont count for much....
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Why they always start from Dhaka? Why don't they start from Chittagang.

These schedules are all same for any home series. First 2 ODIs in Mirpur, 3rd in Chittagang. 1st Test in Chittagang, 2nd in Mirpur. Last few years e ami er kono betikrom dekhini.
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