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Old March 16, 2014, 07:35 PM
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Default Match Thread: Bangladesh v Nepal at Chittagong : 6th Match, First Round Group A: Mar 18, 2014 (19:30 local | 13:30 GMT | 09:30 EDT | 08:30 CDT)

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Match Thread: Bangladesh v Nepal at Chittagong : 6th Match, First Round Group A: Mar 18, 2014 (19:30 local | 13:30 GMT | 00:30 EDT | 00:00 CDT | 21:30 WST)


Battle of the Heroes



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Once upon a time in south Asia, there were two Superstars from two countries. They both were similarly loved by their countrymen; but only one of them did live up to the expectations in the battle of Chittagong on March 18, 2014. Do you want to get to full story?

Here it is ..

BD Team Vs NepalTeam
Time: 19:30 local | 13:30 GMT | 00:30 EDT | 00:00 CDT | 21:30 WST
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Old March 16, 2014, 07:46 PM
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Rickshaw vs what is that..a truck?
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:03 PM
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^ Vehicles are just carrying heroes among public. Its Shakib vs Khadka. Khadka is a superstar in his country and you will be surprised to know number of people follow Nepal's cricket in Nepal.
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:29 PM
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Best wishes to Bangladesh. I liked their strategy of focusing match by match. There is no chance to relax in T20s .
By the way above live broadcasters list need to be verified. I just checked Channel 9 Australia’s TV guide and they haven’t updated it yet.
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:35 PM
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I liked their strategy of focusing match by match.
kokhon? kothai?


Good thread. But for my part - I do not believe in super heroes any more - be it on rickshaw or anything else.
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:43 PM
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kokhon? kothai?
Mushfique said it in pre match conference before Afghan game. They are focusing game by game and taking every game seriously including those two practice games against UAE and Ireland.

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Good thread. But for my part - I do not believe in super heroes any more - be it on rickshaw or anything else.
So you want these superheroes to were Undies the way other superhereos does? Well Shakib thought he had one but cought up in camera
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:47 PM
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Mushfique said it in pre match conference before Afghan game. They are focusing game by game and taking every game seriously including those two practice games against UAE and Ireland.



So you want these superheroes to were Undies the way other superhereos does? Well Shakib thought he had one but cought up in camera
nah - super heroes are long lived - not 6 months, not a year... like the chatok bird looking up - but no up.

and mushy said a lot of things - i want action - not press conf. period.
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Old March 17, 2014, 02:11 AM
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Best wishes to Bangladesh. I liked their strategy of focusing match by match. There is no chance to relax in T20s .
By the way above live broadcasters list need to be verified. I just checked Channel 9 Australia’s TV guide and they haven’t updated it yet.
Only Foxtel in Aus, channel 9 isnt showing it.
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Cricket is huge in Nepal

Their fans are knowledgeable unlike us Bangalis

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Old March 17, 2014, 12:56 AM
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Being polite is good. But to do that you don't have to sell us out!

Our fans are as knowledgeable as any other top cricket nations (if not better).
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Old March 17, 2014, 07:21 AM
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What do you mean? Bangladeshi fans are passionate for sure, but we are also knowledgeable about the game.
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What do you mean? Bangladeshi fans are passionate for sure, but we are also knowledgeable about the game.
I am not talking about us cricket literate public in a cricket forum.

I am making a generalized opinion about your average BDeshi fan after 15 years of test cricket. I have seen the crowds go dead silent when the team is not performing well, as well as un-necessary "bhuas" at particular moments.

But its just my opinion. I give full credit for our passion and support, but there are somethings about these so called cricket fans. I mean seriously, those girls crying really pisses me off. One should realize that this is a cricket match, nothing more than that.
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I am not talking about us cricket literate public in a cricket forum.

I am making a generalized opinion about your average BDeshi fan after 15 years of test cricket. I have seen the crowds go dead silent when the team is not performing well, as well as un-necessary "bhuas" at particular moments.

But its just my opinion. I give full credit for our passion and support, but there are somethings about these so called cricket fans. I mean seriously, those girls crying really pisses me off. One should realize that this is a cricket match, nothing more than that.
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Old March 16, 2014, 08:40 PM
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having watched Nepal V Hong Kong i will say that Nepal have a couple of decent looking batsmen, the captain obviously, and malla did well last game but their openers pun and khakurel looked to have good technique and footwork and they obviously did well with the ball, don't get complacent.
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yes - the pitch in Dhaka looked like something that was in caribbean last T20 domestic - low scoring games with bowler dominance. Afg totally misread it and wanted to blast their way out. It's a different ball game for some - but an old one for the initiated. Khair....
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Old March 16, 2014, 09:00 PM
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This is Nepal's format. They finished 11th in the ODI qualifiers which means they are like the 21st ranked team in ODIs. We took care of Afghans well under 100 runs, we need to make sure we do the same with the remaining 2 Associates.
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Old March 16, 2014, 09:17 PM
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I will be watching BD vs Nepal at the stadium. In Shaa Allah we will win

BTW, the pitch looks green but I don't suppose either team will be able to take advantage of it. Mashrafe will be crucial. I would say keep the same team or atleast play Rubel instead of Reza.
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Having seen their game against hong kong.. i don't see any threat from their batsmen or bowler.. the hongkong bowlers bowled on their pads in the initial overs which allowed them to score some runs. and their spin bowlers are like our razzak.. bowling without spin.. i guess it won't be a problem for our batsmen.
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I wish Nepal all the best but may Bangladesh win

its really disappointing that Nepal is in the same group as my country..i really wanted Nepal in the 2nd round, but not in expense of my team

Nepal guys you are wonderful to watch, kinda reminds me of us in the 1997 ICC trophy


khadka needs to get a team in DPL, drop those afgan crybabies
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Look at how BAN struggled against UAE in the warm-up? I hope that type of struggle doesn't happen. I mean the game will be held in the night with dew, so spin would be difficult.

And Tamim didn't look all too great today. So can he hold up against Nepalese bowlers?

What to do if win the toss?
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Look at how BAN struggled against UAE in the warm-up? I hope that type of struggle doesn't happen. I mean the game will be held in the night with dew, so spin would be difficult.

And Tamim didn't look all too great today. So can he hold up against Nepalese bowlers?

What to do if win the toss?
I didn't see any real threats with their bowling so tamim should be fine though he is still in pretty horrendous form.
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Look at how BAN struggled against UAE in the warm-up? I hope that type of struggle doesn't happen. I mean the game will be held in the night with dew, so spin would be difficult.

And Tamim didn't look all too great today. So can he hold up against Nepalese bowlers?

What to do if win the toss?
I would bat first in a night game.
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Utpol Shuvro wrote in Prothom Alo: "হংকং-নেপাল তো ম্যাচ প্র্যাকটিসের নিমিত্ত মাত্র।"

Not quite sure this is good way to pump up the BD team........rather can bring air of complacency!

I respect and follow UShuvro and his colleagues' writing for so long......enjoy every bit....but lately their reports are rather inflicting more woes to BD cricketers' recent situations. Hope BD team will not take any associates lightly..........it is T20..........cricket's uncertainty at its best.
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