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Old June 17, 2015, 06:20 AM
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BDFlag Bangladesh U19 in SA

While SA Nats team will be in BD, our U19 will be at SA for a 7 match ODI series. Not too long ago, we trashed them 6-1 @ HOME but this will be a real challenge as they will be hardly any assist for the spinners. This series will show if we have improved or we are just a home track bully at this level.

1st U19 ODI is 5th July.
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Old June 17, 2015, 06:57 AM
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While SA Nats team will be in BD, our U19 will be at SA for a 7 match ODI series. Not too long ago, we trashed them 6-1 @ HOME but this will be a real challenge as they will be hardly any assist for the spinners. This series will show if we have improved or we are just a home track bully at this level.

1st U19 ODI is 5th July.
Will be an interesting series.
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Old June 17, 2015, 03:01 PM
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South Africa too worked up with quota politics to be effective in this world cup and series,gives us a look to South Africas' future.
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Old June 17, 2015, 03:16 PM
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Old June 17, 2015, 09:04 PM
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The team lacks a Dekock or Rabada it seems.
Really politics is turning the sport in on itself.I remember when in Zimbabwe you'd have a white player dropped for token black player,it was back when Heath Streak was captain,it the politics irrevocably changed the nature of their side.
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Old June 18, 2015, 04:24 AM
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good exposure for our u-19s ......
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Old June 27, 2015, 03:58 PM
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"The series would mean we would be playing 14 matches against the Under-19 world champions," Miraz said. "It will be very good for our World Cup preparation. Since the start of June we have been practicing very hard for this South Africa tour. We understand the challenges of conditions and weather there and we have been given the best facilities to prepare properly. We have trained in bouncy pitches in BKSP and have even used a piece of stone so that we get used to the bounce there."
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Mehedi Hasan Miraz (capt), Joyraz Sheikh, Saif Hassan, Pinak Ghosh,Zakir Hasan, Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Mohammad Saifuddin, Shahanur Rahman, Abdul Halim, Mehedi Hasan Rana, Rifat Pradhan, Sanjit Saha, Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi, Prosenjit Das, Mosabbek Hossain
http://www.espncricinfo.com/banglade...er/799657.html
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Members of the Bangladesh U-19 team enjoy their time at the home of cricket in Mirpur, prior to their departure for South Africa early today. The youths will play seven one-day matches against their South African counterparts during their 20-day trip. Photo: BCB
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We will see. But I have faith on our boys. Stay calm and hammer saffers.
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While SA Nats team will be in BD, our U19 will be at SA for a 7 match ODI series. Not too long ago, we trashed them 6-1 @ HOME but this will be a real challenge as they will be hardly any assist for the spinners. This series will show if we have improved or we are just a home track bully at this level.

1st U19 ODI is 5th July.
1st ODI on 2nd July.
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Old June 29, 2015, 01:20 AM
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So Saleh ahmed Shawon Gazi has now become SLA? first we heard Leggie, then offie, now this!
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Old June 29, 2015, 11:21 AM
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Nations will spark up if Bangladesh win the World Youth Cup.
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Old June 29, 2015, 11:53 AM
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Nations will spark up if Bangladesh win the World Youth Cup.
The Youth World Cup??
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Old June 30, 2015, 06:22 AM
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Nations will spark up if Bangladesh win the World Youth Cup.
Wont be easy. We are like South Africa in this format. Always start off as favorites but choke when it matters.
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Old June 30, 2015, 06:38 AM
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1st ODI on 2nd July.
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1st OD 5th July!!!
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Old June 30, 2015, 06:39 AM
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Wont be easy. We are like South Africa in this format. Always start off as favorites but choke when it matters.
We are not SA of U19 bro..cut it off a little bit.


And most people only follow own nation's U19 series that too occasionally. So other than Bangladeshis most don't care about U19 of BD..so they don't know about our 'success' here. They label us good but not excellent because of our past U19 WC performances and main national teams performance.
IND, PAK and AUS are among the best in U19s level.
We are maybe top 3/4. Not BEST.
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Old June 30, 2015, 06:45 AM
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1st OD 5th July!!!
I read this somewhere in a newspaper...
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I read this somewhere in a newspaper...
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Old June 30, 2015, 09:21 AM
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While SA Nats team will be in BD, our U19 will be at SA for a 7 match ODI series. Not too long ago, we trashed them 6-1 @ HOME but this will be a real challenge as they will be hardly any assist for the spinners. This series will show if we have improved or we are just a home track bully at this level.

1st U19 ODI is 5th July.
One Interesting aspect of cricket... South Africa, New zealand, England and even Australia can loose 80-90% of series in subcontinent pitches, but nobody calls them home track bullies and the fact that they need to create more low, turning pitches to succeed abroad.

But when subcontinent teams like Bangladesh, India or Srilanka loose abroad, it is always pointed out on how they are unable to perform abroad in seaming condition; that domestic pitches need to be changed etc.

When SA under 19 lost badly to Bangladesh, I didn't see any articles regarding their board thinking of creating turning tracks at home. But of course if Bangladesh looses in foreign condition, there will be question about our standard.
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One Interesting aspect of cricket... South Africa, New zealand, England and even Australia can loose 80-90% of series in subcontinent pitches, but nobody calls them home track bullies and the fact that they need to create more low, turning pitches to succeed abroad.

But when subcontinent teams like Bangladesh, India or Srilanka loose abroad, it is always pointed out on how they are unable to perform abroad in seaming condition; that domestic pitches need to be changed etc.

When SA under 19 lost badly to Bangladesh, I didn't see any articles regarding their board thinking of creating turning tracks at home. But of course if Bangladesh looses in foreign condition, there will be question about our standard.
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One Interesting aspect of cricket... South Africa, New zealand, England and even Australia can loose 80-90% of series in subcontinent pitches, but nobody calls them home track bullies and the fact that they need to create more low, turning pitches to succeed abroad.

But when subcontinent teams like Bangladesh, India or Srilanka loose abroad, it is always pointed out on how they are unable to perform abroad in seaming condition; that domestic pitches need to be changed etc.

When SA under 19 lost badly to Bangladesh, I didn't see any articles regarding their board thinking of creating turning tracks at home. But of course if Bangladesh looses in foreign condition, there will be question about our standard.
Very good point. In fact you'd find this in this forum. Subcontinent fans use this to show each other that they are no better abroad. The way ICC is making batting friendly pitches, I feel it's way more important to do well in subcontinent-like pitches than in faster and pace-friendly pitches.
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Does anyone know the result of KwaZulu-Natal Under-19s v Bangladesh Under-19s which was played today (july 2)?
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Meanwhile SA U19 is 60/3 in 18.5 overs..
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