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Old February 19, 2010, 11:32 AM
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Default Records & Milestones : ENG in BD Feb/Mar 2010

ODI RECORD:

BD ODI record 55-161 (0 ties, 2 NoResults)
BD ODI record against G8: 11-131 (2 NoResults)
BD ODI record against ENG: 0-8 (only team left to beat in ODIs besides AFG)

HIGHEST TOTAL:

overall : 320/8 vs. ZIM
against G8 : 296/6 vs. IND
against ENG : 232/8


Largest Victories by runs:

overall : 146 vs. Scotland
against G8: 67 vs. SA


Largest victories by wickets:

Overall : 9 vs. KEN
against G8 : 7 vs. NZ


RUN MILESTONES (including potential comebacks to team):

- Ash leads with 3298 runs
- Shakib has 2224, Tamim with 2073 can moveup to 3rd with 95 runs over Bashar
- 2K Mark : Aftab (1902)
- 1K Mark : Mahmadullah (793)
- 500 Mark: Junaid 488, Naeem 433, Imrul 314

Batting:

Overall : 154 (Tamim) vs. ZIM
vs. G8 : 115 (Kapali) vs. IND (Shakib 108 vs. PAK, Ash 100 vs. AUS, Imrul 101 vs. NZ)
vs. ENG: 94 (Ash)
Most runs in a series : 300 Tamim vs. ZIM
Centuries : Shakib & Nafees tied at 4 (Ash 3, Tamim 2)
Half Centuries : Ash 20, Aftab/Bashar (14), Shakib/Tamim (13), SN (10)
50+ score : Ash 23, Shakib 17, Tamim (15), Aftab/Bashar/SN (14)...Raqibul(6), Mushy (5)
30+ average : Shakib (34.75), SN (33.76), Riyadh (31.72), Imrul (31.40), Naeem (30.92)
Chance for improving to 30+ avg. : Tamim (28.39), Raqibul (29.94)

Bowling:

Overall : 6/26 (Mash vs. KEN)
vs. G8 : 5/31 (Aftab vs. NZ)
Wickets : 134 (Mash), 133 (Razzak), Shakib (90)
5 fors : Razzak twice
Avg. below 30 : Razzak 27.17, Mash 29.23
Chance to drop below 30 : Shakib 31.32
Best ecomony (completed 10 overs): overall 10-4-11-3 Shakib vs. ZIM, 10-1-14-0 Rafique vs AUS
Most wickets in a series : Razzak 15

Keeping:

Dismissals : Mashud 126 (91/35) in 126 innings, Mushfiq 56 (43/13) in 65 innings

Fielding:

Catches : Mash 32, Ash 32
In a series : 6 Aftab
In a match : 3 (Junaid only one to do it twice)

Partnership:

Overall : 175* (Saleh/Bashar vs. KEN)
vs. g8 : 130 (Bashar/Ash vs. AUS)
vs. ENG : 125 (JO/Ash)
Most century partnerships : Shakib/Ash (8), SN (5)
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Old February 21, 2010, 12:54 PM
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Well I expect our highest score of 232 to get broken if we stand any chance of winning. Also if we reach 240 that would mean we would have scored 240 against every G8 team which would complete the set.
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Old February 26, 2010, 07:29 AM
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Now that the team selection is done (final 13 anyways)

1. Can BD record its first win against ENG
2. How much gap can Shakib close towards Ash as the leading ODI run getter
3. Which ODI will it take Tamim to cross Bashar
4. Can Aftab break the 1K mark
5. Will Riad see enough overs to cross the 1K mark
6. Can Junaed FINALLY cross the 500 mark
7. Maybe Naeem and Imrul can as well
8. We will surely cross 232, right?
9. Can Shakib cross the 100 wicket barrier
10. Who between Mash and Razzak will keep the record of most ODI wickets at the end of the series
11. Can we beat the JO/Ash 125 run partnership vs. ENG
12. Will some score more than 94 in an innings vs. ENG
13. Will we miss Ash or is this the start of a much needed new chapter for BD
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Old February 26, 2010, 07:45 AM
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Now that the team selection is done (final 13 anyways)

1. Can BD record its first win against ENG
2. How much gap can Shakib close towards Ash as the leading ODI run getter
3. Which ODI will it take Tamim to cross Bashar
4. Can Aftab break the 1K mark
5. Will Riad see enough overs to cross the 1K mark
6. Can Junaed FINALLY cross the 500 mark
7. Maybe Naeem and Imrul can as well
8. We will surely cross 232, right?
9. Can Shakib cross the 100 wicket barrier
10. Who between Mash and Razzak will keep the record of most ODI wickets at the end of the series
11. Can we beat the JO/Ash 125 run partnership vs. ENG
12. Will some score more than 94 in an innings vs. ENG
13. Will we miss Ash or is this the start of a much needed new chapter for BD
we will surely cross 232
someone will score a hundred : shakib , tamim or mahmudullah , mushfiq ( if they are promoted at number 3/4 )
i think we will win ateast one odi
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Old February 26, 2010, 08:37 AM
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Now that the team selection is done (final 13 anyways)

1. Can BD record its first win against ENG
2. How much gap can Shakib close towards Ash as the leading ODI run getter
3. Which ODI will it take Tamim to cross Bashar
4. Can Aftab break the 1K mark
5. Will Riad see enough overs to cross the 1K mark
6. Can Junaed FINALLY cross the 500 mark
7. Maybe Naeem and Imrul can as well
8. We will surely cross 232, right?
9. Can Shakib cross the 100 wicket barrier
10. Who between Mash and Razzak will keep the record of most ODI wickets at the end of the series
11. Can we beat the JO/Ash 125 run partnership vs. ENG
12. Will some score more than 94 in an innings vs. ENG
13. Will we miss Ash or is this the start of a much needed new chapter for BD
looking at the current state of things... razzak will probably have the most ODI wkts by the end of the series... and we will probably cross 232...
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Old February 26, 2010, 09:26 AM
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Small mistake Raynman. Isn't our biggest victory against a G8 team the one against SA in WC '07?
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Old February 26, 2010, 09:52 AM
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Small mistake Raynman. Isn't our biggest victory against a G8 team the one against SA in WC '07?
good catch. Corrected.
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Old February 26, 2010, 10:17 AM
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My projected numbers in 3 ODI games:

Player (batting lineup)



Projected total score against EnglandProjected Avg.
Tamim Iqbal10033.33
Imrul Kayes10033.33
Junaid Siddique6020.00
Aftab Ahmed7023.33
Shakib Al Hasan12040.00
Mushfiqur Rahim6020.00
Mahmudullah14046.67
Naeem Islam9030.00


I hope all the boys exceed the projected score. Especially Mushi, Junaed and Aftab.
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Old February 26, 2010, 10:27 AM
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My projected numbers in 3 ODI games:

Player (batting lineup)



Projected total score against EnglandProjected Avg.
Tamim Iqbal10033.33
Imrul Kayes10033.33
Junaid Siddique6020.00
Aftab Ahmed7023.33
Shakib Al Hasan12040.00
Mushfiqur Rahim6020.00
Mahmudullah14046.67
Naeem Islam9030.00


I hope all the boys exceed the projected score. Especially Mushi, Junaed and Aftab.
Thats 245 per match with the bowlers yet to bat if true.

I'm gonna predict at least one 40+ score for each of the above listed.
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Old February 28, 2010, 11:32 AM
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ODI #1 : Tamim century (#3), highest against ENG, highest against a G8. Surpasses Bashar and almost caught up with Shakib (38 behind)

Razzak & Mash both fail to take wickets.

Junaid probably has no desire to break that 500 mark

Mushy continues his more drops/misses than dismissals
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Old February 28, 2010, 11:36 AM
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ODI #1 : Tamim century (#3), highest against ENG, highest against a G8. Surpasses Bashar and almost caught up with Shakib (38 behind)

Razzak & Mash both fail to take wickets.

Junaid probably has no desire to break that 500 mark

Mushy continues his more drops/misses than dismissals
add to that..........5 wicket less match for Razzak.all in 2010
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ODI #1 : Tamim century (#3), highest against ENG, highest against a G8. Surpasses Bashar and almost caught up with Shakib (38 behind)

Razzak & Mash both fail to take wickets.

Junaid probably has no desire to break that 500 mark

Mushy continues his more drops/misses than dismissals
Lol. Yeah that's so true. His been trying to acheive that mark for about 3 series now!
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- England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the 137th occasion of England doing so against all the opposition. England has won 76 games, lost 54 games, tied one game and six games have ended as no result game when it has inserted the opposition.

- England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the third occasion of England doing so against Bangladesh. England has won all the three games.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 311th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred when a team has lost the toss and asked to bat first.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred when Bangladesh lost the toss and asked to bat first. The other four occasions are - 123* by Shahriar Nafees vs Zimbabwe at Jaipur on 13.10.06, 134* by Shakib Al Hasan vs Canada at St John's on 28.02.07, 104 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 11.08.09 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 18th occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. He became the first Bangladesh batsman to score a hundred against England in one day games.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the third occasion of his scoring a hundred in one day games. The other two hundreds are - 129 vs Ireland at Dhaka on 22.03.08 and 154 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 16.08.09.

- Tamim Iqbal with his three one day hundreds earned the distinction of becoming the fourth Bangladesh batsman to score three or more hundreds in one day games. The other three batsmen are - Shahriar Nafees (04), Shakib Al Hasan (04) and Mohammad Ashraful (03).

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman's hundred going in vain. The other four occasions are - 101 by Mehrab Hossain vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 25.03.99, 108 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan at Multan on 16.04.08, 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10.

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game represent the highest individual score by Bangladesh batsman in a losing cause. The previous best was 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08.

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 262nd occasion of a batsman's hundred going in vain in the history of one day games.

- AN Cook registered his fourth one day half century and his fifth one day fifty when he made 68 in this game.

- PD Collingwood registered his 25th one day half century and 30th one day fifty when he scored 75 not out in this game.

- AN Cook scored 64 in this game providing the 84th occasion of a England captain scoring a fifty in one day games.

- AN Cook became the seventh England captain to score a fifty on captaincy debut. The other six are - MH Denness - 66 vs West Indies at Leeds on 05.09.73, AJ Lamb 55* vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 03.04.90, MA Atherton - 86 vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 16.02.04, GP Thorpe - 62* vs Sri Lanka at Dambulla on 23.03.01, ME Trescothick - 52 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 10.10.01 and AJ Strauss - 74* vs India at Jamshedpur on 12.04.06.

- England capped C Kieswetter in this game. He became the 213th England cricketer to appear in one day games. He is the third England cricketer to make one day debut against Bangladesh. The other two are - J Lewis at The Oval on 16.06.05 and CT Tremlett at Nottingham on 21.06.05.

- Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the ninth and tenth occasion of Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out against England.

- Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the second occasion of two Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in an innings against England. The first such occasion was witnessed at Dhaka (Bangabandhu National Stadium) on 12.11.03 when Hannan Sarkar (21) and Khaled Mashud (11) were dismissed run out.

- Bangladesh was dismissed all out for 228 in this game providing the 102nd occasion of Bangaldesh being all out in one day games. It also represents the sixth occasion of Bangladesh being all out against England in one day games. Its total of 228 represents the highest team total when Bangladesh was all out against England. The previous best was 223 at Nottingham on 21.06.05.
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The race for 500 runs is hotting up.

Currently:

Abdur Razzak: 491
Junaid Siddique: 488
Naeem Islam: 458
Imrul Kayes: 329
Shafiul Islam: 25

My money is on Abdur Razzak to get their first, then Naeem Islam, then Imrul Kayes. It's going to be quite tight between Junaid and Shafiul, but I think Junaid might just beat him to it.
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The race for 500 runs is hotting up.

Currently:

Abdur Razzak: 491
Junaid Siddique: 488
Naeem Islam: 458
Imrul Kayes: 329
Shafiul Islam: 25

My money is on Abdur Razzak to get their first, then Naeem Islam, then Imrul Kayes. It's going to be quite tight between Junaid and Shafiul, but I think Junaid might just beat him to it.

Lol, Junaid has been frustrating me with this 500 mark since I started putting these together.

I'm going with Naeem to get there 1st, Kayes next. I'll leave it to an Yet to debut batsman to beat Junaid to it.
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Tamim had an excellent opportunity to carry the bat yesterday.
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Tamim had an excellent opportunity to carry the bat yesterday.
Imrul in NZ and Tamim in this match.

I think thats the final growth stage left in Tamim's game. I was one of his early criticizers but he has impressed with his willingness to learn.

I was surprised that he didn't take the singles in the PP and give strike to Razzak at all, even on ball 4.
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The carrying the bat record; is it a record never acheived by any of our openers? Or just Tamim and Imrul?
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The carrying the bat record; is it a record never acheived by any of our openers? Or just Tamim and Imrul?
Nafees has a 123* where he carried the bat
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ODI #2 had some nice touches:

50's by Mushy (#6), Imrul (#2, 3rd 50+ score)
Mushy moves past Kapali & Rafique
Highest total vs. ENG
Shakib getting closer to 100 wickets (94)
Razzak breaks drought and moves past Mash as all time wicket taker
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Shakib enjoying brilliant form with the ball. I hope he will soon reach the no. 1 ODI ranking

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We've now scored at least 240 against each of the G8, although if you exclude Windies B Team in summer 2009, then Windies are the only team left.
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More stats on Second ODI from Yahoo:

- This game was Tamim Iqbal's 75th one day appearance. He became the tenth Bangladesh cricketer to play 75 plus one day games. Others are - Mohammad Ashraful (157), Khaled Mashud (126), Mohammad Rafique (123), Habibul Bashar (111), Mashrafe Mortaza (102), Abdur Razzak (95), Aftab Ahmed (84), Shakib Al Hasan (84) and Khaled Mashud (77).

- Tamim Iqbal earned the distinction of becoming the first Bangladesh opening batsman to play 75 one day games.

- Imrul Kayes's 63 in this game represent his second one day half century and third one day fifty. Mushfiqur Rahim's 76 in this game represent his sixth one day half century. The other five half centuries are - 98 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 18.08.09, 86 vs New Zealand at Dunedin on 08.02.10, 57 vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 10.02.97 and 56* vs India at Port of Spain on 17.03.07.

- Imrul Kayes's 63 and Mushfiqur Rahim's 76 in this game represent the eight and ninth fifty by Bangladesh batsman against England in one day games.

- Imrul Kayes's 63 and Mushfiqur Rahim's 76 in this game represent the second occasion of two Bangladesh batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against England in one day games. The first occasion was at Nottingham on 21.06.75 when Javed Omar (59) and Mohammad Ashraful (94) had made fifties.

- Mushfiqur Rahim with his 76 in this game earned the distinction of becoming the first Bangaldesh wicket keeper to score a half century against England in one day games.

- Mushfiqur Rahim's 76 in this game provide the 13th occasion of Bangladesh wicket keeper registering a fifty in one day games. Mushfiqur Rahim registered his sixth one day fifty with his 76 in this game. Khaled Mashud is the other wicket keeper batsman to score seven fifties.

- Imrul Kayes's 63 and Mushfiqur Rahim's 76 in this game represent the first occasion of two Bangladesh batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against England in one day games on home soil.

- Imrul Kayes and Mushfiqur Rahim added 90 runs for the third wicket in this game providing Bangladesh's best partnership for the third wicket against England on home soil. The previous best was the 31 runs stand between Habibul Bashar and Rajen Saleh at Dhaka on 12.11.03.

- England capped JC Tredwell for this game. He became the 214th cricketer to represent England in one day games. He is the fourth England cricketer to make his debut against Bangladesh in one day games. The other three are - J Lewis at The Oval on 16.06.05, CT Tremlett at Nottingham on 21.06.05 and C Kieswetter at Dhaka on 28.02.10.

- JC Tredwell was making his one day debut in this game and returned with figures of none for 52. He became England's fifth bowler to concede 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket on debut in one day games. Other four are - NV Radford (none for 61 vs Australia at Melbourne on 04.02.88), DW Headley (none for 52 vs Pakistan at Manchester on 22.08.96), GJ Batty (none for 55 vs Australia at Sydney on 13.12.02) and SI Mahmood (none for 56 vs New Zealand at Bristol on 04.07.04).

- TM Bresnan with his 3 for 51 in this game registered his best one day bowling figures. His previous best was 2 for 10 vs Ireland at Belfast on 27.08.09. His figures of 3 for 51 in this game represents the first occasion of his capturing three wickets in his 20 games one day career.

- KP Pietersen has not scored a half century in his last ten one day games. He had made 111 not out against India at Cuttack on 26.11.08. The scores in ten games after the Cuttack one day game read thus - 17 vs West Indies at Providence on 20.03.09, 12 vs West Indies at Providence on 22.03.09, 3 vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 29.03.09, Did not bat vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 03.04.09, 48 vs West Indies at Groslet on 03.04.09, 4 vs South Africa at Centurion on 22.11.09, 45 vs South Africa at Cape Town on 27.11.09, 3 vs South Africa at Port Elizabeth on 29.11.09, 1 vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 28.02.10 and 18 vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 02.03.10.

- EJG Morgan scored 110 not out in this game which was his second one day hundred and first hundred while appearing for England. He had made 115 for Ireland against Canada at Nairobi (Jaffrey) on 04.02.07.

- EJG Morgan became the first cricketer in the history of one day games to score a hundred representing two countries.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the fourth hundred by an England batsman against Bangladesh in one day games. The other three hundreds are - 100 * by ME Trescothick at The Oval on 16.06.05, 152 by AJ Strauss at Nottingham on 21.06.05 ad 112* by PD Collingwood at Nottingham on 21.06.05.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the first hundred by an England batsman against Bangladesh in Bangladesh in one day games. The previous best was 75* by PD Collingwood at Dhaka on 28.02.10 in the first one day game of this series.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the 29th hundred by an England batsman against various oppositions on away soil.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the 92nd hundred by an England batsman against various oppositions in one day games.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the 55th hundred by a batsman against Bangladesh in one day games.

- EJG Morgan's 110 not out in this game represent the 23rd hundred by a batsman against Bangladesh in Bangladesh in one day games.

- AN Cook with his 60 in this game registered his second consecutive fifty as captain. It was also his one day career's fifth half century and sixth fifty. AN Cook celebrated his 25th one day game by registering a half century.

- PD Collingwood became the 79th cricketer in the history of one day games to appear in 175 plus one day games.

- This game was the 175th one day game for PD Collingwood. He became the first England cricketer to appear in 175 plus one day games. His career record at the end of this game read thus - 175 matches, 4560 runs, 101 wickets and 101 catches.

- PD Collingwood is the 99th bowler in the history of one day game to capture 100 plus wickets. He is the sixth England bowler to achieve the feat. Others are - D Gough - (234), A Flintoff (168), JM Anderson (161), IT Botham (145) and PAJ DeFreitas (115).

- PD Collingwood is the 23rd fieldsman in the history of one day games to pouch 100 plus catches. He earned the distinction of becoming the first England fieldsman to pouch 100 plus catches in one day games. He reached the milestone of 100 catches during the first one day game of this series at Dhaka on 28.02.10 when he caught Mahmudullah of the bowling of GP Swann for zero.

HR Gopala Krishna - Cricket Statistician
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