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Old September 4, 2019, 01:37 PM
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you were nowhere to be seen in the SL series, you are one optimistic fellow
How does my presence on the forum relate to the performance of either team in a tournament 1 month earlier played 6000 miles away?
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Old September 5, 2019, 10:06 AM
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Innings defeat looming over?
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Old September 5, 2019, 10:34 AM
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Innings defeat looming over?
I don't think losing as big a possibility. I'm scared of a draw. But then you never know, A draw is also a victory for the Afghans.

Shakib thinks batting will be the difference between the teams, that way he has overestimated our spin attack or underestimated their batting. I see, afghan spin attack more dangerous than ours. We should have had a lesser spin friendly pitch or where both Pacers and spinners will have some assistance & gone with 2 pacers against them.

But I think, spinner Shakib will generally prefer a spin friendly pitch unless that's impossible, after all, who wants to make his own life difficult. His preference for spinners happened before too. Masheafe generally preferred a pacy track & preffered Pacers over spinners, may be bcoz he is a pacer. This kind of bias will sometimes work great but sometimes be the cause of disaster.

Then in this context, Only the wicket keeper can be an impartial captain.
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Old September 5, 2019, 10:47 AM
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Then in this context, Only the wicket keeper can be an impartial captain.
BCB offered ODI captaincy to that wicket keeper. He refused
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Old September 5, 2019, 02:18 PM
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BCB offered ODI captaincy to that wicket keeper. He refused
He was tired I guess. A pure batsman could have solved this problem too.
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Old September 5, 2019, 11:40 PM
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Knowing Bangladesh, we will be losing this game unless rain saves us. Afghanistan will most likely score anywhere between 325 and 400. We will then be bundled out below 200. Afghanistan will bat again and will declare after scoring around 200. We will be bundled out scoring around 100.

What made me think so optimistic about losing this test match?

Our batsmen are not so good to face so many verities of quality spin bowlers.

The damage is already done by Afghan batsmen scoring enough runs on Day 1.

I am not sure how our batsmen will face the following bowlers:

Rashid Khan (LB) - 6 FC matches - 44 wickets @ 17.79 bowling Avg
Mohammad Nabi (OB) - 34 FC matches - 90 wickets @ 23.14 bowling Avg
Zahir Khan (SLA Chinaman) - 12 FC matches - 64 wickets @ 19.68 bowling Avg
Qais Ahmad (LB) - 11 FC matches - 67 wickets @ 20.40 bowling Avg
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Old September 7, 2019, 06:57 PM
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There will be some rain in the next two days, more on Day 5 than 4. But there is enough time for them to finish this game off, until our 8 batsmen can provide some resistance. All we needed were a combined 100 runs from our big three in the first innings-would have been a completely different game. But they kind of let us down in the batting department.
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Old September 9, 2019, 08:38 AM
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Knowing Bangladesh, we will be losing this game unless rain saves us. Afghanistan will most likely score anywhere between 325 and 400. We will then be bundled out below 200. Afghanistan will bat again and will declare after scoring around 200. We will be bundled out scoring around 100.

What made me think so optimistic about losing this test match?

Our batsmen are not so good to face so many verities of quality spin bowlers.

The damage is already done by Afghan batsmen scoring enough runs on Day 1.

I am not sure how our batsmen will face the following bowlers:

Rashid Khan (LB) - 6 FC matches - 44 wickets @ 17.79 bowling Avg
Mohammad Nabi (OB) - 34 FC matches - 90 wickets @ 23.14 bowling Avg
Zahir Khan (SLA Chinaman) - 12 FC matches - 64 wickets @ 19.68 bowling Avg
Qais Ahmad (LB) - 11 FC matches - 67 wickets @ 20.40 bowling Avg
Prediction so close. Good analysis.
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