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Old October 1, 2012, 06:16 PM
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What i am thinking is that if Dhiman had the same time and opportunity as mushfiq, who knows we could have had a better wicket keeper batsman right now. Mushfiq is a hardworker but his development as a batsman over the years has been really slow.
dhiman should be test keeper i've no doubt. play mushy as a specialist batsman in the middle order, anamul can bat at #2 or #3. for one-dayers they could do it differently but i really think they should give that combination a go in tests. at least have dhiman as keeper and mushy as a batsmen even if anamul isn't in the team.
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Old October 1, 2012, 07:06 PM
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What i am thinking is that if Dhiman had the same time and opportunity as mushfiq, who knows we could have had a better wicket keeper batsman right now. Mushfiq is a hardworker but his development as a batsman over the years has been really slow.
I agree that Mushy's development has been disappointing. He came in around the same time as Shakib and Tamim but look at those 2 compared to Mushy now. So it's definitely disappointing. He should've been much better by now. Obviously hard work and determination are not the problem. It must be a mental block that he has when it comes to international matches.

I'm not sure how good Dhiman would've been by now but he does himself to blame. Back in 2008, him and Mushy were toe to toe with each other but then Dhiman bolted to the ICL. Had he stayed, he might've beaten out Mushy by now who knows.
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Old October 1, 2012, 09:17 PM
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For me dhiman is an easy pick for test keeper and therefore imo it's clear cut that mushy should be played as a pure batsman in tests, don't forget his more recent test stats are quite decent as a batsman.
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Old October 1, 2012, 09:26 PM
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For me dhiman is an easy pick for test keeper and therefore imo it's clear cut that mushy should be played as a pure batsman in tests, don't forget his more recent test stats are quite decent as a batsman.
Agreed. I wish the selectors would do this but I doubt it'll happen.
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Old October 11, 2012, 05:30 AM
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Lets Start the challenge with Number 8 ... Can we??
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