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Old July 9, 2008, 11:40 PM
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Default Match Thread: Bangladesh A v Warwickshire, 3 Day Match July 11th-13th at Birmingham

Some Real Cricket after a while, even though a result is unlikely only a 3 day match, good Practice both batting and Bowling, Warks named there XI already Players mainly from there 1st XI i think 1 debutant the keeper I'd say not there strongest side but far from there weakest most of the players played in there last 4 day match, Sakib wont play in this match since he's flying on that day,

Date: July 11th - 13th

Time: 10 GMT

Bangladesh from:
Zunaed Siddique (captain), Tamim Iqbal, Nazimuddin, Rokibul Hassan, Nayeem Islam (vice-captain), Mushfiqur Rahim, Dhiman Ghosh, Rajin Saleh, Mosharraf Hossain, Sajidul Islam, Dollar Mahmud, Nazmul Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Syed Rasel and Shakib Al Hasan.

Warwickshire XI:Maddy (Capt), Miller, Daggett, Poonia, Parker, Balac (w/k), Powell, Botha, Troughton, Groenewald, Tahir

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Old July 9, 2008, 11:59 PM
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strong team...interested to see tamim and raqib's performance asides from rahim and junaid
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Old July 10, 2008, 12:09 AM
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Bears may rest key players for this game. Firslty they still have to play their T20 quarter final which was washed out on wednesday night plus they have a important Div 2 county match against second place middlesex starting on 16th
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Old July 10, 2008, 07:31 AM
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Not a weak side at all. I agree with cricman, am surprised tony frost isn't keeping with Tim Ambrose on England duty.

Still poonia, maddy and powell are very epxerinenced batsmen. As for the bowlers, Tahir is supposed to be very talented and troughton's played for england. But MohammedC is right, their 1st choice side is busy with other things (like T20 cricket)...
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Old July 10, 2008, 09:59 AM
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khela shuru kokhon usa time? CST?
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1. Shahadat Hossain: Mufambisi c Mashud; Chigumbura lbw; Utseya c Mashud
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Abdur Razzak: P Utseya caught; RW Price lbw; CB Mpofu lbw
3. Rubel Hossain: Corey J A bowled; BB McCullum caught; JDS Neesham caught
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Old July 10, 2008, 10:05 AM
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khela shuru kokhon usa time? CST?
It's Friday, 11 am British Summer time so that's 5 am Central standard time. I think...

http://www.edgbaston.com/news/wccc/FROCESTER/
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Old July 10, 2008, 10:21 AM
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It's Friday, 11 am British Summer time so that's 5 am Central standard time. I think...

http://www.edgbaston.com/news/wccc/FROCESTER/
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1. Shahadat Hossain: Mufambisi c Mashud; Chigumbura lbw; Utseya c Mashud
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Abdur Razzak: P Utseya caught; RW Price lbw; CB Mpofu lbw
3. Rubel Hossain: Corey J A bowled; BB McCullum caught; JDS Neesham caught
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Old July 10, 2008, 10:56 AM
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Very strong A team for our standard.
Really looking forward to see how Tamim, Raqib,Sakib and Junaed performs.

on the bowling side, its Sajid and Rasel.

both Mushy and Dhiman in the team.
hmm.....interesting.
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Old July 10, 2008, 11:01 AM
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Shakib is leaving on the 11th from Dhaka how can he play the 3 day match starting on also 11th? Airport thekey direct mathey?
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Old July 10, 2008, 11:14 AM
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Shakib is leaving on the 11th from Dhaka how can he play the 3 day match starting on also 11th? Airport thekey direct mathey?
Keno parar match khelen nai khono? We will bowl first with 12th man and then when he comes in he can join...
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1. Shahadat Hossain: Mufambisi c Mashud; Chigumbura lbw; Utseya c Mashud
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3. Rubel Hossain: Corey J A bowled; BB McCullum caught; JDS Neesham caught
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Old July 10, 2008, 12:00 PM
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Scorecard - http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/engl...ch/320239.html
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Old July 10, 2008, 12:02 PM
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My team for the match would be -

Tamim
Zunaed
Rokibul
Naeem
Nazim
Mushfiq
Dhiman
Mosharraf
Sajidul
Rasel
Rubel
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Old July 10, 2008, 12:16 PM
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Keno parar match khelen nai khono? We will bowl first with 12th man and then when he comes in he can join...
The problem is who is going to bowl his quota?

Midwest'a khaapey nanan jagai kheltey gesi. 91-92. College'a portam. Siuox Falls, Kansas City, Ames... Amakey chara the vaan wouldn't leave in the summer weekends. konodin 12 jon niya namtey dai nai.
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Old July 10, 2008, 01:15 PM
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The problem is who is going to bowl his quota?

Midwest'a khaapey nanan jagai kheltey gesi. 91-92. College'a portam. Siuox Falls, Kansas City, Ames... Amakey chara the vaan wouldn't leave in the summer weekends. konodin 12 jon niya namtey dai nai.
bowling keo korbey na until he comes in and spend the same amount of time in the field that he missed... problem solved. besides A team got too many bowlers already...

Van ey 12 keno 11 jon kemney dhukailen sheta ektu chintar bapar...

12 tarikh ashben na Warrensburg a Zareeb er Bday tey?
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1. Shahadat Hossain: Mufambisi c Mashud; Chigumbura lbw; Utseya c Mashud
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Abdur Razzak: P Utseya caught; RW Price lbw; CB Mpofu lbw
3. Rubel Hossain: Corey J A bowled; BB McCullum caught; JDS Neesham caught
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Old July 10, 2008, 01:32 PM
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Dah!! We had two vans plus cars... Shirish bhai (motel owner) had a special seat for me on his vaan cause we use to play Bridge on these trips. Never took my station wagon on those trips.

I wish I could be there. Already apologised to Ash. Had it been only me I would have made every effort to be there. Family oshud'er upor asey. Bhaigna boiley kotha. Just saw him last month though. Growing like a weed.

Match-thread'a khajuira alap sorry. Will PM you next time.
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Old July 10, 2008, 06:35 PM
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Just heard on BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire that will broadcast this match

Link for radio commentary can be found in the page below

http://www.bbc.co.uk/coventry/conten..._feature.shtml

Source of info cricket weekly show forward to 55 minute listen to the end and you will hear the presenter mentioning our game.

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Old July 10, 2008, 06:59 PM
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Oh you may need real player to hear the commentary. Dont no whether you can hear it from other parts of world
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Old July 10, 2008, 08:08 PM
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is this a goof-up by crickinfo re: our bd-a team's last match against the english u-19?
not very professional at all!

England U-19 v Bangladesh A, Loughborough, 3rd day

Redfern hits fifty in draw

John Ward reports on the third and final day at Loughborough where Bangladesh A drew with England Under-19s


not that i don't wish young redfern well but his score was 43*!
here is the link to the scroecard:
http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/engl...ch/320238.html


here is the whole thing and look at the headline, they repeat the same mistake again!

England U-19 v Bangladesh A, Loughborough, 3rd day

Redfern hits fifty? as match drifts to draw

John Ward at Loughborough

July 8, 2008

Bangladesh A 195 for 7 declared (Imrul 62, Sanderson 4-52) drew with England Under-19s 142 for 6 (Redfern 43*, Mahbubul 2-56)

The match can be adjudged a good contest spoiled by rain. More than half of the available playing time was lost to the weather, but from what took place it can be said that these were two well-balanced side who deserved a four-day match unaffected by rain. The third day produced some better weather, and even some sun now and again, but the sides were already doomed to play out a draw. Nevertheless there was some good competitive cricket on view.

Bangladesh A, 115 for 4 overnight, began the day with confidence, with Naeem Islam and Dhiman Ghosh driving confidently during an enterprising partnership of 63. The England bowling was mediocre and James Harris, so economical on the first day, had a bad morning. The stroke of the match, one that perhaps even Kevin Pietersen has yet to play, was a remarkable back-foot short-hand swat, almost a tennis stroke, by Naeem that deposited a short ball from Ben Sanderson onto the sightscreen for six. (of course, i like that part)

These were cameos rather than major innings, though, and three wickets were to fall for the addition of 10 runs. Ghosh skied a pull to midwicket and Naeem swung across the line to be trapped lbw. Bangladesh declared on 195 for 7 allowing their bowlers three overs before lunch. Sanderson, with 4 for 52, was the best of the bowlers overall.

This was enough to show England they had a fight on their hands, even if an outright result was out of the question. The seamer, Mahbubul Alam, beat the bat several teams even in his first over, and with his third ball had Chris Allinson adjudged lbw, despite stretching far down the pitch with his front leg. No runs were scored until the third over, and England went in on 3 for 1.

After lunch, there were fewer misses but more edges to the slips, at least one of which could have been caught, and a good number of runs also gathered. England struggled as they rarely do in 'warm-up' matches, but they always kept a positive approach. There were useful innings from James Taylor (26), Tom Westley (14) and Alex Hales (24), but no more than useful - as with Bangladesh, batsmen were really needed who dug in for the long haul.

There was speculation at tea, when England were 94 for 5, as to whether Bangladesh might be able to bowl them out in the final session and claim a moral advantage. But the one England specialist batsman with his eye on the long haul, Dan Redfern, was still there, and he found an able partner in the wicket-keeper, Ben Brown. They appeared quite comfortable as they shared a sensible stand of 55, which took them to within 15 minutes of the earliest permissible cut-off time of five o'clock, before Brown fell to a catch at midwicket for 32. Redfern finished unbeaten on 43, an innings that brought him much credit.

Mahbubul was the most successful bowler, with 2 for 56, but he deserved better. Also worthy of note was the left-arm spinner Suhrawadi Shuvo, who tied up one end very skilfully, taking 1 for 19 in his 10 overs.

© Cricinfo

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/engl...ry/360414.html

mod brothers, if this is not the right place for posting this, kindly please transfer it to the correct thread, thanks.
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Old July 10, 2008, 09:46 PM
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Bangladesh test for Warwickshire players
By George Dobell, Chief Cricket Writer

When the fixture list was published at the start of the year, it is unlikely that many players or spectators looked at the match against Bangladesh A and thought to themselves ‘that’s the big one.’

Yet, for several members of the Warwickshire side, the three-day fixture, which starts on Friday at Edgbaston could prove to be an important game.

Five of them are out of contract in September, one more is a non-contract player, and a couple more have an awful lot to prove in the second half of the season.

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Does anybody know if Bangladesh A will play any game in around London? I live in London and i would love to go and see them play. I know that there are only two clubs in London and they are Surrey and Middlesex. Unfortunately, BD A has got no fuxture to play either of them.
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Old July 11, 2008, 04:06 AM
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Does anybody know if Bangladesh A will play any game in around London? I live in London and i would love to go and see them play. I know that there are only two clubs in London and they are Surrey and Middlesex. Unfortunately, BD A has got no fuxture to play either of them.
BD's A team are not scheduled to play any matches in or around London. Check out this thread : http://www.banglacricket.com/alochon...ad.php?t=26351.

The closest you'll get is the 3-day match against the South africans at New Road Worcester. Or the match against Lancs at Alderley Edge (which is not even Lancs' 1st choice ground)...
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Old July 11, 2008, 04:43 AM
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BD's A team are not scheduled to play any matches in or around London. Check out this thread : http://www.banglacricket.com/alochon...ad.php?t=26351.

The closest you'll get is the 3-day match against the South africans at New Road Worcester. Or the match against Lancs at Alderley Edge (which is not even Lancs' 1st choice ground)...
The closest to London is Warwickshire game which played at Birmingham and mid week game at Leicester.

If anyone going by public transport they should try and watch BD tomorrow or sunday at edgbaston.
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Its raining since 1030 according to radio commentary
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If anyone going by public transport they should try and watch BD tomorrow or sunday at edgbaston.
Can you suggest a good public transport to go Edgbaston from London on Saturday? Is it possible to come back after the day's play?
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Can you suggest a good public transport to go Edgbaston from London on Saturday? Is it possible to come back after the day's play?
Just checked transportdirect.co.uk looks like there is no direct train to Birmingham new st on saturday or sunday
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