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  #101  
Old July 27, 2005, 08:52 AM
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wow...valoi to score... matro duita wicket geche prothom d-o-s-h over e..the test player cum A team players are defininitly doing a marvellous job..hobe eder ke diye..kono shondeho nai
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Old July 27, 2005, 08:56 AM
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innings er egaro over o jainai..amader player ra nishcoi prarthona korche...Ai brishti jhepe..dhan debo mepe
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Old July 27, 2005, 09:37 AM
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Shahadat has shown an ability to get openers out.

Given you can never have too many wicket-taking strike bowlers, this is a very good thing out of this tour..

Ian Whitchurhc
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Old July 27, 2005, 09:51 AM
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As expected, our batsman are playing in One day style and Tusher Imran proved why he should be dropped.

Code:
Bangladesh A 1st innings                                        R   M   B  4 6
*Shahriar Nafees      not out                                  20  43  25  4 0
Nafees Iqbal          c Wharf            b Davies              15  19  16  3 0
Tushar Imran          lbw                b Davies              10  10  11  1 0
Alok Kapali           not out                                   4  12  12  0 0
Edited on, July 27, 2005, 2:53 PM GMT, by dawah.tabligh.
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Old July 27, 2005, 11:56 AM
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How can u teach a player that in test or 3day games losing their wickets is the worst thing they can do?

When they say play your natural game what does that mean? Is it hitting 6 or 4 on every ball, a natural game for out batsmen?
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Old July 27, 2005, 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by Cats_eye
When they say play your natural game what does that mean? Is it hitting 6 or 4 on every ball, a natural game for out batsmen?
I guess it mean minimizing the risk factor or 'saving your own rear'. So that whatever the batsman does, if he is successful in scoring some runs, the advisor can claim some credit for advising (nothing) and if batsman fails they can delegate all the blame to the batsman for not listening to the advisor.

Its a smart move by the advisor. Now after thorough analysis and realizing the tricks, I should start using it in my real life.
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Old July 27, 2005, 12:31 PM
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Geez, guys, do you know what the pitch is playing like ? It's wet, so it used to be overcast, and that means swing.

And English medium pace bowlers know how to swing the ball.

So dont be too harsh on the A side ... it's better they play in unfamiliar conditioins. Me, I'm expecting the best batting performances towards the end of the otur, just like the Test/ODI side.

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Old July 27, 2005, 03:01 PM
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Ian,
You speak the truth. yes the condition is hard and the bowlers are utilizing their knowledge well. but my point is, 16 balls 15 runs three 4s and then out, or 11 balls 10 runs then out indicates the players (batmen) are on attacking mode under these conditions. I wouldn't mind 30/50 balls 10 runs under these circumstances.

I followed Symond on the past series. Almost in all innings he used caution at first. Once he got settled only then he attacked. Same with Clark and others. If the worlds best follow a pattern on a pitch that swings why can't our batsmen follow them? Use caution first then attack.

I guess I'll stop here and pray these boys learn ASAP.
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