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Old January 26, 2012, 01:56 PM
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Wicketkeeper-batsman Jahirul Islam and former captain Mashrafee bin Murtaza are among the eight Bangladeshi cricketers to have been selected for next month’s Indian Premier League auction in Bangalore.

The three-member national selection committee prepared a list of eight players for the IPL auction that also included Tamim Iqbal, Nasir Hossain, Imrul Kayes, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah and Rubel Hossain.

The players’ auction for the fifth edition of the IPL will be held at the ITC Royal Gardenia Hotel in Bangalore on February 4.

Bangladesh’s Sakib al Hasan is already under contract with Kolkata Knight Riders and thus will not be put on auction.

Of the eight Bangladeshis selected for the auction, only pace bowler Mashrafee was previously involved in the cash-rich event, though the playing experience of the $600,000 KKR player was limited to one game.

He was not included at the auction for the last edition due to injury.

‘Mashrafee is an ideal Twenty20 player and he also recently showed signs of recovering from his knee surgery. By the time IPL begins, we are hopeful he will be completely fit,’ said chief selector Akram Khan.

‘We also selected Omi [Jahirul] as he is an in-form cricketer. His plus point is wicket-keeping, so we will not be surprised if he is picked by any franchise,’ he said.

The chief selector added that they considered current form, not past records of the players and this was the reason for the three BPL icons Mohammad Ashraful, Shahriar Nafees and Alok Kapali for not getting a place at the auction.

Ashraful is one of the four Bangladeshi cricketers to have played in the IPL alongside Sakib, Mashrafee and left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak.

Tamim, snubbed three times by the IPL franchises

in the past, is a favourite to join the list this season.

There is a strong rumour in Dhaka that a local businessman has bought a stake in the KKR and he has already made a commitment to Tamim.

The IPL 2012 season will get on to the field on April 4.
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Tamim will get a team this yr i guess. And maybe Nasir. Rest are there to make the numbers in my honest opinion.
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Old January 26, 2012, 02:11 PM
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I dont see Mash getting a contract. He has been out of international matches for so long. Unless he does something extraordinary in DPL I doubt he has any chance. Johirul might also be unsold. Only players that really should get a contract are Tamim and Nasir. Wish them all the best.

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Old January 26, 2012, 02:12 PM
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No one will be bought. Prottek auction er age erokom rumour thake. This team has made a committment to this player but in the end it never materialises. Tamim's T20 record is no better than it was last year and his current form is in a shambles as well, so I don't know why any team would want him all of a sudden.
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Old January 26, 2012, 02:21 PM
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And in the end ,none of them will be sold.

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Old January 26, 2012, 03:37 PM
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exactly what i wanted to say, Tamim might have a chance but looking at his recent perfrmnce I don't expect that.
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Old January 26, 2012, 02:26 PM
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The chief selector added that they considered current form, not past records of the players and this was the reason for the three BPL icons Mohammad Ashraful, Shahriar Nafees and Alok Kapali for not getting a place at the auction.
Tamim er current form ta ki khub bhalo? What's his average in last 10 International games? Chacha bole kotha!!!
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Tamim er current form ta ki khub bhalo? What's his average in last 10 International games? Chacha bole kotha!!!
He was being polite. Those 3 guys are fringes for the national team. Tamim's not in the same boat as them.
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Old January 26, 2012, 02:36 PM
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So even the selectors don't think the BPL icons are any good.

Well, the BPL should be a good opportunity for our players to showcase their abilities to make their chances of getting an IPL contract stronger. Gives them all the more reason to do well here and does add to the competitiveness of the BPL. Win win.
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Well, the BPL should be a good opportunity for our players to showcase their abilities to make their chances of getting an IPL contract stronger. Gives them all the more reason to do well here and does add to the competitiveness of the BPL. Win win.
Win win?
I am not sure if IPL is one of the main reasons of India's recent downfall in Test cricket. If so, BD won't be no different than the Indians too in longer version of cricket.

And, BD yet to win a Test against the big boyes! BPL / IPL might make the players/board rich, but also could be the reason to kill our hope in Test cricket as well.
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Old January 28, 2012, 03:15 PM
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Win win?
I am not sure if IPL is one of the main reasons of India's recent downfall in Test cricket. If so, BD won't be no different than the Indians too in longer version of cricket.

And, BD yet to win a Test against the big boyes! BPL / IPL might make the players/board rich, but also could be the reason to kill our hope in Test cricket as well.
India not doing well in Tests because of the IPL is a lame excuse in my opinion. Australia has a really high profile league in BBL. Do you see them struggling the way India has? Their racking up 600+ runs. India's mainly struggling because of old age and also because of their poor technique on bouncy pitches. The formats are not the problem. Its the pitches they play on back at home. So I don't get why people are blaming the IPL for this.

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India not doing well in Tests because of the IPL is a lame excuse in my opinion. Australia has a really high profile league in BBL. Do you see them struggling the way India has? Their racking up 600+ runs. India's mainly struggling because of old age and also because of their poor technique on bouncy pitches. The formats are not the problem. Its the pitches they play on back at home. So I don't get why people are blaming the IPL for this.

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Agreed. It's a ridiculous argument. Their two biggest failures, Dravid and Laxman, are not even regulars for their teams in the IPL. Sehwag has always been poor outside of the SC. While Virat Kohli, the only batsman to have exceeded 300 runs in the series, was initially pushed for selection for the Indian team due to his success in the IPL. As long as the BPL is managed properly and doesn't encroach into the territory of first-class cricket I see no reason why it would be detrimental to our cricket.
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Old January 28, 2012, 04:22 PM
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Agreed. It's a ridiculous argument. Their two biggest failures, Dravid and Laxman, are not even regulars for their teams in the IPL. Sehwag has always been poor outside of the SC. While Virat Kohli, the only batsman to have exceeded 300 runs in the series, was initially pushed for selection for the Indian team due to his success in the IPL. As long as the BPL is managed properly and doesn't encroach into the territory of first-class cricket I see no reason why it would be detrimental to our cricket.
Agreed. Also don't forget Warner already has 2 centuries in Tests. So its about being able to manage the schedules properly so that all 3 formats are played regularly.

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India not doing well in Tests because of the IPL is a lame excuse in my opinion. Australia has a really high profile league in BBL. Do you see them struggling the way India has? Their racking up 600+ runs. India's mainly struggling because of old age and also because of their poor technique on bouncy pitches. The formats are not the problem. Its the pitches they play on back at home. So I don't get why people are blaming the IPL for this.

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Not 'lame' at all. IPL may not be the sole reason but it’s one of the main reasons. BCCI's first priority is IPL now whereas for CA its still the test cricket. BBL took place in parallel with the aus-india test series. None of the test players complained. Can you imagine the same happening in India? Current & previous Australian captains deciding not to play any form of T20 also sends a message across.
The excessive emphasize on IPL or short form cricket caused other long term damages to longer version cricket in India- IPL is played on slow, low batting pitches for crowd pleasing because more runs mean more crowd. As a result Indian batsmen (specially the younger ones) are so vulnerable while playing in the bowling friendly conditions. Remember how Indian young, explosive batting stars failed in the year IPL moved to South Africa and also in t20 world cup in England?
And there is that obvious money factor. Performing young cricketers are brought into IPL at early stages of their career. The bling blang of money shifts their main focus from playing test cricket for their country to attracting higher bid in next year’s auction.
I hate that now-a-days every single of our series starts with a t20 match. This has to interrupt the preparation for the test matches. T20s should be played at the end of the series (to give the players and fans a chance to recover from the thrashing they just took in the test matches.)

So yeah, IPL (the who runs it) is to blame, unlike BBL.
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Old January 30, 2012, 10:19 PM
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Not 'lame' at all. IPL may not be the sole reason but it’s one of the main reasons. BCCI's first priority is IPL now whereas for CA its still the test cricket. BBL took place in parallel with the aus-india test series. None of the test players complained. Can you imagine the same happening in India? Current & previous Australian captains deciding not to play any form of T20 also sends a message across.
The excessive emphasize on IPL or short form cricket caused other long term damages to longer version cricket in India- IPL is played on slow, low batting pitches for crowd pleasing because more runs mean more crowd. As a result Indian batsmen (specially the younger ones) are so vulnerable while playing in the bowling friendly conditions. Remember how Indian young, explosive batting stars failed in the year IPL moved to South Africa and also in t20 world cup in England?
And there is that obvious money factor. Performing young cricketers are brought into IPL at early stages of their career. The bling blang of money shifts their main focus from playing test cricket for their country to attracting higher bid in next year’s auction.
I hate that now-a-days every single of our series starts with a t20 match. This has to interrupt the preparation for the test matches. T20s should be played at the end of the series (to give the players and fans a chance to recover from the thrashing they just took in the test matches.)

So yeah, IPL (the who runs it) is to blame, unlike BBL.
Good post firstlane and I hear what you're saying. So BCCI should be at fault here. I would say there are much deeper problems however then just the IPL.

The pitches and the grassroots level are to be blamed. That's really the main problem. The Indians after all these years continue to look so amateurish against the short and moving balls. It just shows that BCCI doesn't care about addressing this issue at all. If they want to improve in all parts of the game then the pitches have got to change. I mean look at how bad India did even in the shorter formats of the game in England. Also the batsmen need to taught at an earlier stage of how to play different types of pace. So that in my opinion should be the main focus for BCCI.
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Not 'lame' at all. IPL may not be the sole reason but it’s one of the main reasons. BCCI's first priority is IPL now whereas for CA its still the test cricket. BBL took place in parallel with the aus-india test series. None of the test players complained. Can you imagine the same happening in India? Current & previous Australian captains deciding not to play any form of T20 also sends a message across.
The excessive emphasize on IPL or short form cricket caused other long term damages to longer version cricket in India- IPL is played on slow, low batting pitches for crowd pleasing because more runs mean more crowd. As a result Indian batsmen (specially the younger ones) are so vulnerable while playing in the bowling friendly conditions. Remember how Indian young, explosive batting stars failed in the year IPL moved to South Africa and also in t20 world cup in England?
And there is that obvious money factor. Performing young cricketers are brought into IPL at early stages of their career. The bling blang of money shifts their main focus from playing test cricket for their country to attracting higher bid in next year’s auction.
I hate that now-a-days every single of our series starts with a t20 match. This has to interrupt the preparation for the test matches. T20s should be played at the end of the series (to give the players and fans a chance to recover from the thrashing they just took in the test matches.)

So yeah, IPL (the who runs it) is to blame, unlike BBL.
I agree . Never liked IPL and I don't think I ever will.
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They'll probably shorten the list and many of these guys will miss out. I actually think Tamim's got a very good chance making the KKR squad. They seemed really tempted to take him last year so hopefully he gets a chance this year and if that rumor is true then Tamim's pretty much a shoo in for KKR. I don't see the rest having much of a chance though to be honest. Mash is coming back from an injury and was a bench warmer for the IPL even when he was healthy. Nasir may get in to the IPL in the future but he's got to prove himself more at the international stage. The rest of the guys also have to do more in order to make an IPL squad.
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I really think Rubel can be a very effective T20 bowler... just dont give him the new ball and bowl him 4 overs between overs 13th and 20th...

Trust me he is worth the small price tag that they are going to put on him.....

Sadly tho no one will buy him for sure...
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I really think Rubel can be a very effective T20 bowler... just dont give him the new ball and bowl him 4 overs between overs 13th and 20th...

Trust me he is worth the small price tag that they are going to put on him.....

Sadly tho no one will buy him for sure...
agree with you completely on this. I think his yorkers in death overs are crucial, the only thing he lacks though is confidence.
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i thought there was no bangaldeshis in ipl auction? confused
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Unless that rumour holds any weight, I don't see any of them getting signed. Even Tamim, who is the likeliest, doesn't have a strong case. His form is down, he has a less than ordinary T20 record and failed in the County T20 competition.
I actually think he would do pretty well if he did get the opportunity but there will be a lot of completion for places as the former Kochi players will be up for auction. Players like Jayawardene, Brendon McCullum, Parthiv Patel, Ravindra Jadeja, Murali, RP Singh, Vinay Kumar, Sreesanth are all going to in demand.
I think it will be easier in the future for Bangladeshi players to get a IPL (or any other overseas T20 competition) place as they will have the opportunity to showcase their talents in the BPL and maybe even the Champions league.
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Only bowlers will have chances because there is a lacking of quality bowlers. I don't think Rubel passes that quality test, if he does. Nasir will be a player that may have a chance due to his allrounder role... but the reality is, we don't have any player that can beat the likes of Jayawardhena, McCullums...
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]Only bowlers will have chances because there is a lacking of quality bowlers.[/B] I don't think Rubel passes that quality test, if he does. Nasir will be a player that may have a chance due to his allrounder role... but the reality is, we don't have any player that can beat the likes of Jayawardhena, McCullums...
I completely agree. I think Nasir has a fair chance of getting it!!! When the auction will take place? If it's after BPL then they will grab someone who will shine there.
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tamim and nasir are the best chances, possibly rubel to if a franchise see's his potential but the thing is IPL franchises have no reason to buy players based on potential because they can by players that are already ready. although rubel has been doing well in one-dayers recently so it's possible.
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Dont worry Indians are not going to buy any of bangladeshi cricketers.
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