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Old July 11, 2015, 09:30 PM
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Yes it is still 20s.

At the same time our other top orders facing the same bowling attacks, under the same conditions have the following averages.

Kayes: 56.33 - 2 hundreds, 2 50s.
Tamim: 52.4 - 3 hundreds, 3 50s.
Shakib: 51.44 - 1 hundred, 3 50s.
Mominul: 46.78 - 1 Hundred, 6 50s.
Riyad: 36.35 - 5 50s.

Mushfiq: 29.53 - 1 hundred, 1 50. And he has 3 ducks to go along with that. Most among the top order.

Why are you guys so insecure to give him rest?

My comment was to reply to Nadim's post which doesn't speak the recent form. 50+ average huh?
was simply pointing out that his average was closer to 30 as opposed to the 20 you mentioned, you didn't say in the 20s, you said 20.

He's been out of form recently but for the last 5 years has been the teams best batsman it's not like he's looked out of form, just had some poor shot selection earlier in his innings than he's done so over the last few years.
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Old July 12, 2015, 01:43 AM
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Most likely Anamul/Litton will play, and most likely he will still keep gloves
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Old July 13, 2015, 05:41 AM
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It doesn't get any more ridiculous than someone trying to give Mushfiq a "rest". Personal dislike has a limit, too. Sorry, I had to get it off my chest, Tiger's Eye.
Easy there Tiger. When you can't argue on merit you always bring personal preferences. Bring some substance next time. And if can't then stay off my lawn.

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So, according to your twist on stats KaEdge, Tamim, Shakib, Momin or Mullah a better bat than Mushy?
When did I say that?
Don't put words on someone's mouth that he/she didn't say. Very poor tactics to shift the topic. Un-Islamic as well.

You (Yes you BanCricFan) can be the best batsman in WORLD/UNIVERSE. What good that does when you can't perform to your potential? If the best batman is hurting the team by not performing the LOGIC says give him some rest. Bring him back when he is ready.
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Old July 15, 2015, 05:16 AM
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2 great catches today off the spinners, key was keeping low and not moving up too quickly which he used to do before, hope he keeps up the good work
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Old July 15, 2015, 06:27 AM
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Three different types of catches so far
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Old July 15, 2015, 06:43 AM
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Easy there Tiger. When you can't argue on merit you always bring personal preferences. Bring some substance next time. And if can't then stay off my lawn.

Personal love shouldn't make you blind.

When did I say that?
Don't put words on someone's mouth that he/she didn't say. Very poor tactics to shift the topic. Un-Islamic as well.

You (Yes you BanCricFan) can be the best batsman in WORLD/UNIVERSE. What good that does when you can't perform to your potential? If the best batman is hurting the team by not performing the LOGIC says give him some rest. Bring him back when he is ready.
Oh My! What loads of tripe you write some time!
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Old July 15, 2015, 07:49 AM
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So far Mushy has been great with gloves today!
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He fumbles the odd one here and there. But generally his keeping is more suited for spin bowling I think
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He fumbles the odd one here and there. But generally his keeping is more suited for spin bowling I think
He is not a natural keeper. I want to get rid of his keeping as soon as possible.
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Old Yesterday, 11:42 AM
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According to Channel 24 BD report , Nazmul Papon is also against Mushfiq's keeping.
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Old Yesterday, 11:44 AM
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He fumbles the odd one here and there. But generally his keeping is more suited for spin bowling I think
He drops more catches in spin comparatively.
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Old Yesterday, 12:01 PM
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According to Channel 24 BD report , Nazmul Papon is also against Mushfiq's keeping.
I saw the interview. Papon straight forward said he don't want Mushy keeping. He wants mushy to concentrate on batting.
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Old Yesterday, 12:21 PM
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Everyone knows he shouldn't be keeping, in ANY format, except Musfiquq himself.

Ego is good. Ego is when people tell you aren't good at something, it drives you until you get good. But it's a problem when you can't realize the greater good because of your ego. So Mush, put your ego aside and just bat.
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According to Channel 24 BD report , Nazmul Papon is also against Mushfiq's keeping.
Good to know that.

I kind of like how Papon handles sensitive and difficult situations.

he is not kind of on your face hard nose kind of guy showing power in the media, but slowly he goes with his business that has some plan, common sense and discipline behind it.
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Old Yesterday, 01:28 PM
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^^ Actually, I don't like that he's butting his nose into on-field issues and that too via media. He's no Mark Cuban. It's fine now, since we all want Mush to stop keeping. But there will be a time when something is much more complicated than this. And we'd rather have the experts like coaches and captains decide and not have Papon use his power to get his way.

He should avoid giving his opinion about the team to the media. I haven't seen the report, but I hope it wasn't too critical of Mush.
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Old Yesterday, 02:29 PM
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Is his finger injury also effecting his batting?
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He batted fine Fazal. Read his interviews and he is saying what I've been saying. He is middling the ball fine, he's getting starts, it's just that he's trying too hard to assert himself at times or over correcting (and staying back) and getting out to either catches or LBWs.

As for his keeping, I can see how keeping sets his batting up because he gets a close look at the pitch and plus he's not that good an outfielder (weak arm, moderate lateral movement). But that same moderate lateral movement and lack of soft hands make him an average keeper. In fact that he's been able to keep at a Test level so far is a reflection of his amazing hard work. He's an overachiever as far as keeping is concerned.
Liton on the other hand is genuinely gifted in his glovework. Anticipates, moves, has soft hands (ball doesn't make noise when he collects). I think Mushy should focus on batting.
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Old Yesterday, 03:33 PM
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Weldone Mushi for a fine 65. We needed that inning for the draw.
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