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View Poll Results: Who is your choice to be Tamim's opening partner ?
Shahriar Nafees 18 28.57%
Javed Omar 5 7.94%
Zunaed Siddique 5 7.94%
Mehrab Hossain Jr 1 1.59%
Nazimuddin 0 0%
Aftab Ahmed 19 30.16%
Someone else 15 23.81%
Voters: 63. You may not vote on this poll

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  #51  
Old September 11, 2008, 11:57 PM
scoilaheez scoilaheez is offline
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anyine but JO, Nazimuddin would be interesting
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Old September 12, 2008, 12:39 AM
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I think it is time to bring back Nafis Iqbal. Solid batsman with techniques.
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Old September 12, 2008, 12:54 AM
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I think it is time to bring back Nafis Iqbal. Solid batsman with techniques.
Wow!! Yet he was dropped from the team for decades?! Whats going on with people?
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Old September 12, 2008, 01:17 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gowza
for sure with the current batting problems taking a player like ehsanul who is both experienced and consistent in the FC format couldn't hurt the team much at all, certainly worth a shot.

im hearing alot about him..who is this guy.. can you give us some detail on him?
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Old September 12, 2008, 02:53 AM
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Default Can we bring Javed back?

I voted for Javed Omar because I want to see our team play 50 overs. They will really learn something by playing all the overs. Now days the game ends on 27th and 30th over. For most of the people the game is over when Ashraful is out. I believe one of the reasons why our team went close to scoring 220,230 or 240 earlier has to do with batsmen occupying crease and playing 50 overs. As a result, they ended up scoring runs. But who can occupy beside Tamim now days? If we look at the Natwest series back in 2005 then we will be able to see that Javed and Ash did occupy the crease for long and we eventually crossed two hundred runs every gave.


Javed Omar's Natwest Series: 2005

Career averages Natwest Series against England

Mat
Runs
HS
Bat Av
100
Wkts
BBI
Bowl Av
5
Ct
St

filtered
3
153
81
51.00
0
-
-
-
-
0
0


Innings by innings list
Inns
Score
Overs
Conc
Wkts
Ct
St

Opposition
Ground
Start Date

1
13
-
-
-
-
-

v England
The Oval
16 Jun 2005
ODI # 2249
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v England
The Oval
16 Jun 2005
ODI # 2249
1
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v England
Nottingham
21 Jun 2005
ODI # 2252
2
59
-
-
-
-
-

v England
Nottingham
21 Jun 2005
ODI # 2252
1
81
-
-
-
-
-

v England
Leeds
26 Jun 2005
ODI # 2255
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v England
Leeds
26 Jun 2005
ODI # 2255


For the year 2006, he scored pretty well besides the Zimbabwe series. Here is the stats:



Career averages in 2006

Mat
Runs
HS
Bat Av
100
Wkts
BBI
Bowl Av
5
Ct
St

filtered
9
215
64*
26.87
0
-
-
-
-
1
0


Innings by innings list
Inns
Score
Overs
Conc
Wkts
Ct
St

Opposition
Ground
Start Date

1
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Sri Lanka
Bogra
22 Feb 2006
ODI # 2336
2
40
-
-
-
-
-

v Sri Lanka
Bogra
22 Feb 2006
ODI # 2336
1
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Sri Lanka
Chittagong (CDS)
25 Feb 2006
ODI # 2338
2
24
-
-
-
-
-

v Sri Lanka
Chittagong (CDS)
25 Feb 2006
ODI # 2338
1
28
-
-
-
-
-

v Kenya
Bogra
17 Mar 2006
ODI # 2350
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Kenya
Bogra
17 Mar 2006
ODI # 2350
1
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Kenya
Khulna
20 Mar 2006
ODI # 2353
2
64*
-
-
-
-
-

v Kenya
Khulna
20 Mar 2006
ODI # 2353
1
1
-
-
-
-
-

v Kenya
Fatullah
23 Mar 2006
ODI # 2355
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Kenya
Fatullah
23 Mar 2006
ODI # 2355
1
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Australia
Fatullah
26 Apr 2006
ODI # 2366
2
34
-
-
-
-
-

v Australia
Fatullah
26 Apr 2006
ODI # 2366
1
8
-
-
-
-
-

v Zimbabwe
Harare
29 Jul 2006
ODI # 2392
2
-
DNB
-
-
1
0

v Zimbabwe
Harare
29 Jul 2006
ODI # 2392
1
10
-
-
-
-
-

v Zimbabwe
Harare
30 Jul 2006
ODI # 2393
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Zimbabwe
Harare
30 Jul 2006
ODI # 2393
1
6
-
-
-
-
-

v Zimbabwe
Harare
2 Aug 2006
ODI # 2394
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v Zimbabwe
Harare
2 Aug 2006
ODI # 2394


The Zimbabwe series was disaster for him but he played well most of other series. He still managed to have 26 averages with all those bad performance with Zimbabwe. Its not something you can brag about but it is still better than Ashraful who also plays in the similar strike rate now days.



Year 2007, this is the year he started to make his strike rate little better. We saw him scoring 80 runs against India with 68 striking rate.

Career averages in 2007

Mat
Runs
HS
Bat Averg
100
Wkts
BBI
Bowl Av
5
Ct
St

filtered
4
107
80
26.75
0
-
-
-
-
2
0


Innings by innings list
Inns
Score
Overs
Conc
Wkts
Ct
St

Opposition
Ground
Start Date

1
-
DNB
-
-
1
0

v West Indies
Bridgetown
19 Apr 2007
ODI # 2576
2
16
-
-
-
-
-

v West Indies
Bridgetown
19 Apr 2007
ODI # 2576
1
80
-
-
-
-
-

v India
Dhaka (SBNS)
10 May 2007
ODI # 2582
2
-
DNB
-
-
0
0

v India
Dhaka (SBNS)
10 May 2007
ODI # 2582
1
-
DNB
-
-
1
0

v India
Dhaka (SBNS)
12 May 2007
ODI # 2583
2
11
-
-
-
-
-

v India
Dhaka (SBNS)
12 May 2007
ODI # 2583


I know he is not the “talented” player we have or the technically efficient (the so called technically efficient players are scoring ducks) but he has contributed well enough to be recalled into the squad. If we are going to argue about strike rate then we should look at the strike rate of our “talented” players. They don't have exciting striking rate either. I don’t know if its going to be possible for him to comeback because BCB did not extend his contract earlier this year but if they recall him then it will be good for our team. If we find someone better then Javed then we can try that new player but for the moment I think we should bring him back.


source of stats: cricinfo
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Old September 12, 2008, 03:17 AM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Niceman70
im hearing alot about him..who is this guy.. can you give us some detail on him?
well he's older (28) so he should be pretty mature when it comes to playing an innings, he's played a lot of domestic cricket (at least compared to most who are currently in the national team) and he's got a pretty good FC average (39.00). he's not considered to be one of the "talents" but most of the "talents" aren't performing so imo it doesn't hurt to try a player like ehsnaul haque. but apparently he's retired now, so don't know how likely he is to get a call-up.
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Old September 12, 2008, 06:55 AM
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Nafis iqbal
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Old September 12, 2008, 02:06 PM
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Gowza
well he's older (28) so he should be pretty mature when it comes to playing an innings, he's played a lot of domestic cricket (at least compared to most who are currently in the national team) and he's got a pretty good FC average (39.00). he's not considered to be one of the "talents" but most of the "talents" aren't performing so imo it doesn't hurt to try a player like ehsnaul haque. but apparently he's retired now, so don't know how likely he is to get a call-up.
If he is retired then i don't think BCB will call him because they are too lazy and don't really care. They too would probably want to see Aftab open with Tamim. I know for sure, they are not great fan of players who works hard but lacks "talent". They would prefer a player who score 16 runs from 10 balls but not a player who would score 16 runs from 25-30 balls. What is good for Bangladesh is clear. The high striking rate players don't stay on crease and we have seen too many of them. Its time BCB change their mindset and focus on players who lacks the talent but can get runs. If we were to give all these years that we wasted to those not "talented" players by now they could have become talented.
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