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View Poll Results: Who Will Score First Double Century in Test Cricket for Bangladesh
Tamim Iqbal 52 38.24%
Shahriar Nafees 17 12.50%
Imrul Kayes 9 6.62%
Mohammad Ashraful 32 23.53%
Shakib Al Hasan 13 9.56%
Mushfiqur Rahim 13 9.56%
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Old July 22, 2011, 05:51 AM
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bro u serious about this thread , bcz u open the thread without mahmudullah riad who is the only bangladrsh player look like can hit the double century against any team ,

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coming at no 8..it is really impossible
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Old July 22, 2011, 06:39 AM
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Bulbul is the only one with a 200 in Tests.
I know this is an old post but seriously?

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Old July 22, 2011, 11:40 AM
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Tamim is our best batsman but making a double century, off course, he isn't enough patience for it. So for double the man is Shahriar Nafis.
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Old July 22, 2011, 11:43 AM
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I think Shahriar Nafees.
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Old July 22, 2011, 11:45 AM
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SN's highest FC score is 138 and he is going to score a DOUBLE? Yah right!!!

94 innings khele century korlo matro 4ta.
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Old July 22, 2011, 12:03 PM
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SN's highest FC score is 138 and he is going to score a DOUBLE? Yah right!!!

94 innings khele century korlo matro 4ta.
Shane Warn & Sakline Mustaq made Test century without having FC century.
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Old July 22, 2011, 12:26 PM
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There should be a poster of Jason Gillespie in Bangladesh's dressing room:



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Old July 22, 2011, 01:12 PM
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Nothing is impossible!
Thanks MB vai. He is the best example for double.
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Old July 22, 2011, 01:13 PM
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matro KP 200 marlo,
kobe je amago damal chelera duisho hakaibo,shedin Jafarullah ki korbe Allah i jaaney.
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Old July 22, 2011, 01:40 PM
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Nothing is impossible!
Well said.

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frankly none of the batsmen seem capable enough to stay at the wicket for that long to pile up that amount of runs but I would put my money on Tamim since he can get through the initial 100 blazing fast making sure the latter is not too difficult. Riyad also catches my eye but its unlikely if they bat him lower down the order.
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100 korte giye ma bole go bolte pare na ar ei chagol ra korbe double ...boro hassokor bepar
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Zimbabwe te 200 korar somvabona temon ekta dekhina.
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Nowadays most big centuries are scored by batsmen who play quick and aggressive. That's the way its been trending. Now, who among us has that quality ? I think, right now, we have one and only candidate for a double. Its Tamim. I am prepared to be pleasantly surprised though. Ability wise, it should be Ash, but guy can't even last thirty balls. A test fifty will be a good starter for him.
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Nowadays most big centuries are scored by batsmen who play quick and aggressive. That's the way its been trending. Now, who among us has that quality ? I think, right now, we have one and only candidate for a double. Its Tamim. I am prepared to be pleasantly surprised though. Ability wise, it should be Ash, but guy can't even last thirty balls. A test fifty will be a good starter for him.
You would be surprised to know that Kevin Pietersen scored a double today at only a strike rate of 61.
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Yes, he did. I should have probably said 'openers' or no.3. Gayle, Sehwag etc to name a few. Middle order batsman, such as Kevin Pietersen, more often need to slow down at some point of a given innings to start re-building due to sudden wkt losses. Its inevitable. But, openers, aggressive ones, if they get a head start, they can bat away more worry free. Anyway, just was an observation. Obviously, there is no right formula, but something I have noticed recently.
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Old July 22, 2011, 03:16 PM
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Yeah, your right that openers who are getting big scored are aggressive, like Sewhag and Watson. I think Tamim is in that league, so Inshallah, a double this year some time.
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^^ Amen to that..
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Zimbabwe make batting pitch because they try to stop our win.
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Old July 23, 2011, 09:47 AM
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You would be surprised to know that Kevin Pietersen scored a double today at only a strike rate of 61.
61 is fast!

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Well, it's not really, it's just not pedestrian either.
Also, the strike rate lifted about 10 in the last 20 balls, as he hit fours and sixes then.
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Only player that I can see has ability to score double hundred is Tamim Iqbal, if he plays sensibly.SN has really good records against Zimbo,lets see if he can make a double 100 and surprised us.
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Well, it's not really, it's just not pedestrian either.
Also, the strike rate lifted about 10 in the last 20 balls, as he hit fours and sixes then.
43 in the last 17 balls...
Neverthless it was a great knock from kp

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43 in the last 17 balls...
Neverthless it was a great knock from kp

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I remember the old pre 2007 KP. He was probably the best batsmen to ever grace England in terms of abundance of natural ability.
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