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Old March 1, 2010, 05:05 PM
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Default Nasir Hossain

Prothom Alo reports Nasir Hossain joined as the 6th player from Rajshahi division in the 13 member ODI squad (after Mushfiq, Naeem, Shuvo, Shafiul, and Zunaed). I guess it's not entirely impossible to see him replacing one of the SLAs (Shuvo or Razzak) in the third ODI against England.


Nasir Hossain

His list-A stats:

One-Day Career Batting and Fielding (2008/09)

MINORunsHSAve10050SRateCt
Overall1010230673*38.25 0364.96 7
One-Day Career Bowling (2008/09)

BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve4wI5wISRateEcon
Overall4628243153-1916.20 0030.80 3.15


Stats in last DPL for Abahani:
MatchesInnsNot OutRunsHSAve10050Ct
1615332781 27.25 027

BallsMdnsRunsWktsBBAve4wI5wISRateEcon
66111404164-3825.25 1041.31 3.66
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:13 PM
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Thinking of it again, Aftab may be more likely to get the chop (in the third ODI) to include Nasir. If Naeem or Mahmudullah gets promoted to #4 slot (with the other one filling #6 in place of Mushfiq, who will bat from #3), Nasir and Shuvo may be our #7 and #8 batsmen.
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:38 PM
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wow
i did not see this selection coming. can anyone shed more light on him??
whats his batting style?? is he a raqibul type of tamim type? or someone like riyad?
and how good is his offspin? just saw the scorecard for his last game, he bowled 8 overs for 11 runs and one wicket, whyy didnt he bowl more??
is he just a part time bowler? or an allrounder?
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:40 PM
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:43 PM
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I saw him bat against Pak and SL U-21 in SAF games T20. he can rotate strike and also hit. However, I thought Shabbir was more ready.
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:44 PM
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Seems like selectors wants Rajshahi to lose the game so that Dhaka can play the final.
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:49 PM
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Nasir is another bits and pieces player like Naeem and Mahmudullah. A batting all-rounder who can spin the ball quite well (off-spinner).

I think he is a good prospect, but we probably need to groom a leg spinner for the future.
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Seems like selectors wants Rajshahi to lose the game so that Dhaka can play the final.
hahaa
man our selectors and polictions are all fu***d up in the head.

Shabbir seems like a really good prospect bat and ball
hope he gets a few A-Team matches and debuts before the world cup
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Old March 1, 2010, 05:54 PM
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Nasir is another bits and pieces player like Naeem and Mahmudullah. A batting all-rounder who can spin the ball quite well (off-spinner).
i wouldnt call riyad and naeem bits and pieces players anymore.
they used to be when they first came into the team. everyone here was calling for one of their heads, saying they are both too similar to be in the team.
riyad has progressed into one of bangladesh's better batsman, and naeem has developed into a good ODI player with a good future.
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Old March 1, 2010, 07:25 PM
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I saw him bat against Pak and SL U-21 in SAF games T20. he can rotate strike and also hit. However, I thought Shabbir was more ready.
Totally agree watched all the match from SAG. He is a good batsmen. One of the major contributor with bat and ball during the Pakistan match which took us to the final.

I really enjoyed his partnership with Shabbir that day. That was the match winner.
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Is he gonna play today?
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Is he gonna play today?
No, he will be the 12th man.
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I didn't see this coming. He won't get many chances in the team imo due to the fact we have 3 allrounders in the team (Ice man, Riyad, Chokka man) and 1 who's gonna start playing today (Shuvo)
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Hmmm.... He is Andy Samberg's long lost brother. Samberg of SNL (re Timberlake and the hilarious gift in the box)

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Old March 1, 2010, 08:31 PM
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Hmmm.... He is Andy Samberg's long lost brother. Samberg of SNL (re Timberlake and the hilarious gift in the box)

Whoa! They do look alike. Funniest video ever .
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Old March 1, 2010, 09:08 PM
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he is a good prospect. he was the vice captain of that team. opened the bowling in powerplay, batted in the top order. also he got a good innings batting at eight at a NCL match recently. though he has been pushed up and down the order a lot.

i think he could be 12th or 1th man today with mashrafe out. now we have only 12 man. so we need somebody to do fielding and carry bottles and other things. only one spare man would be too hard for that man.

anyway if he plays in the team that will mean, one of our off-spin all rounders either riyadh or naeem will get a promotion and nasir may take his place in the bottom order. so somebody from top order will be dropped out.

in this case nasir i think will certainly be a better bowler than naeem or riyadh, and batting wise could also be handy.

i think nasir is good enough bowler to be called a specialist bowler. and he is also a good batsman, to play at 3-7.

what gives him the edge over sabbir rahman is nasir has been in the scene for two years whereas sabbir is a new face.
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Most of the time debutants do bad in the international arena becuase of the difference in pace of the fast-bowlers. we wouldnt have to worry about that becauses the wicket is gonna be very slow
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Most of the time debutants do bad in the international arena becuase of the difference in pace of the fast-bowlers. we wouldnt have to worry about that becauses the wicket is gonna be very slow
nasir has very little chance of playing. he will mainly do the 12th man job
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I initially thought this thread was about Nasir Hussain of Englamd.
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I initially thought this thread was about Nasir Hussain of Englamd.
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Old March 1, 2010, 09:53 PM
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nasir hossain is currently playing the match vs DHAKA ( http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshdomesti...ch/440872.html )
so how can he be the 12th man in the second odi!!
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what gives him the edge over sabbir rahman is nasir has been in the scene for two years whereas sabbir is a new face.
Yeah, Nasir is older and more experienced (although he is officially 18, I am pretty sure he is actually 20/21 years old, since he was left out of last U/19 team).
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nasir hossain is currently playing the match vs DHAKA ( http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshdomesti...ch/440872.html )
so how can he be the 12th man in the second odi!!
You can pull out a player from an FC match for the national team.
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nasir hossain is currently playing the match vs DHAKA ( http://www.cricinfo.com/bdeshdomesti...ch/440872.html )
so how can he be the 12th man in the second odi!!
lol. Ash got a zero for batting but got four wickets
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