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Old November 8, 2012, 09:51 AM
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No Nazmul, No Enamul Haque Jr. otherwise an ok squad, can't say I am happy with this squad.

1) Tamim
2) Nazim
3) Naeem Islam
4) Shakib al Hasan
5) Mahmudullah Riyad
6) Mushfiqur Rahim
7) Nasir Hossain
8) Shohag Gazi
9) Elias Sunny
10) Rubel Hossain
11) Shahadat Hossain*

*Wish Nazmul Hossain/Enamul Haque Jr. was there*

pitch Recommendation: not a batting paradise nor a minefield, opt for something in between that offers something for the spinners, something for the batsmen. a Dry Turning wicket will do!
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Old November 8, 2012, 10:01 AM
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2/3 days ago in Prothom Alo Akram Khan said that we are planning to play with 8 batsman.I do agree with him. I will also go with 8 batsman. So I want to go with this team:
1. Tamim
2. Nazimuddin
3. SN
4. Naeem
5.Mushy
6. Shakib
7. Nasir
8. Riyad
9. Sunny/Shohag if too many left handed batsman
10. Shahadat
11. Rubel
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Old November 8, 2012, 10:04 AM
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No Nazmul, No Enamul Haque Jr. otherwise an ok squad, can't say I am happy with this squad.

1) Tamim
2) Nazim
3) Naeem Islam
4) Shakib al Hasan
5) Mahmudullah Riyad
6) Mushfiqur Rahim
7) Nasir Hossain
8) Shohag Gazi
9) Elias Sunny
10) Rubel Hossain
11) Shahadat Hossain*

*Wish Nazmul Hossain/Enamul Haque Jr. was there*

pitch Recommendation: not a batting paradise nor a minefield, opt for something in between that offers something for the spinners, something for the batsmen. a Dry Turning wicket will do!

an alternative:

1) Tamim
2) Nazim
3) Zunaid Siddique(has a decent test record by our standards....)
4) Naeem Islam
5) Shakib al Hasan
6) Nasir Hossain
7) Mushfiqur Rahim(wk) (c)
8) Mahmudullah Riyad
9) Shohag Gazi
10) Elias Sunny
11) Rubel Hossain

we do not have that many pace options anyways.....
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Old November 8, 2012, 10:31 AM
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Abul er kono connection ase naki??
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Old November 8, 2012, 11:01 AM
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My team:

1. Tamim
2. Nazimuddin
3. Shahriar
4. Naeem
5. Nasir
6. Shakib
7. Mushy
8. Mahmudullah
9. Elias
10. Shahadat
11. Rubel
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Old November 8, 2012, 11:03 AM
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I am gonna boycott this Test match if both Nazim & Abul get selected in XI !!

Enough is enough. Akram's love for Nazim & Abul is beyond Layla+Maznu love story !
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Old November 8, 2012, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by boka
দল-টা ভালোই হইছে
খালি জুনায়েদের জায়গায় শাহরিয়ার হইলে ভালো হয়
তয় এক পেসারের দলই হওয়া দরকার
Thank you. Shomosha hoilo Nafees out of form ar Junaid er form valo ei muhurte.
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Old November 8, 2012, 11:56 AM
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thank you. Shomosha hoilo nafees out of form ar junaid er form valo ei muhurte.
এই-টাই সমস্যা একটা ঝরেবগে ইনিংস খেল্লো তো আমরা কান্নাকাইট্টা শেষ
আরি ৩০ এর নীচে যার ৫৫+ এফসি খেলার পর গড় সে আবার ব্যটার কিসের

বুঝি না এই খেলোয়াড় কিসের জোরে এত্তোগুলি টেস্ট খেইলা ফেল্লো....
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Old November 8, 2012, 12:03 PM
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Nazim, Junaid Siddique, Shahriar Nafees are all khocakhoci players with minimal footwork and will definitely edge to keeper/slips.
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Old November 8, 2012, 12:21 PM
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Wow. This is probably the worst and weakest squad ever announced in this era.

Such a weak bowling line up followed by bunch of out of touch batsmen
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Old November 8, 2012, 12:58 PM
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Those fretting why Sohag Gazi over Enam, here's the equation:

Windies Batting order: 1) Gayle 2) Powell 3) Kirk/Fudadin 4) Samuel 5) Shiv 6) Bravo/Deonarine 7) Ramdin 8) Sammy 9) Narine 10) Ravi 11) Fidel

That's 6-7 left handed batsman. If you have an attacking offie who's in good nick, why wouldn't you pick him since Riyadh's darts have worked against these guys?

It was prolly a straight-forward shoot out between Enam and Sunny for the 2nd SLA and Sunny as the Test-SLA in residence hasn't really done anything to lose it has he?

Pity we aren't taking a punt on Anamul.
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Old November 8, 2012, 12:59 PM
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In fact if they play the squad that played against NZ, all but Samuels in their top 6 is a lefty!
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:01 PM
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Allah save us. I sense a few records to set against us. Shahadat and Abul bowling together would be a treat to watch.

Shane je crap ta age thekei bujhtam. Ekhon ta prove holo.

I would be more than happy to eat my own words if Abul, Shane and Akram co can prove me wrong. But I don't see how. Someone who is not able to take wickets in less competitive NCL wont be able to take international wickets.
Wonder why that doesn't apply in Rubel's case...
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:03 PM
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Yup the bdnews quotes Akram about the glut of left-handed batters in Windies line up as one reason for Shohag. I say we play him and drop Sunny. Rubel, Rajib, Shakib, Shohag backed by Riyadh, Nasir or Naeem - that's not too bad.
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:30 PM
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wow horrible selection. abul? plus nazim, SN and junaid?
Well, selectors played it safe as usual. I am not happy but so upset either.

Though, all three deserves another chance according to their last test performances. If they fail, Anamul and Mominul should be given a chance.

And Enam should be in the 2nd test if Sunny or Gazi fails to perform.
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:37 PM
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Those fretting why Sohag Gazi over Enam, here's the equation:

Windies Batting order: 1) Gayle 2) Powell 3) Kirk/Fudadin 4) Samuel 5) Shiv 6) Bravo/Deonarine 7) Ramdin 8) Sammy 9) Narine 10) Ravi 11) Fidel

That's 6-7 left handed batsman. If you have an attacking offie who's in good nick, why wouldn't you pick him since Riyadh's darts have worked against these guys?

It was prolly a straight-forward shoot out between Enam and Sunny for the 2nd SLA and Sunny as the Test-SLA in residence hasn't really done anything to lose it has he?

Pity we aren't taking a punt on Anamul.
Agree with you Razab bhai. Only if the selectors could include Anam/Momin in place of Nafees/Nazim.

Then again, Nafees and Nazim deserves another chance IMHO.

Well, not my team, but I will take it as it is for the first test. Lets wish for the best
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:48 PM
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Those fretting why Sohag Gazi over Enam, here's the equation:

Windies Batting order: 1) Gayle 2) Powell 3) Kirk/Fudadin 4) Samuel 5) Shiv 6) Bravo/Deonarine 7) Ramdin 8) Sammy 9) Narine 10) Ravi 11) Fidel

That's 6-7 left handed batsman. If you have an attacking offie who's in good nick, why wouldn't you pick him since Riyadh's darts have worked against these guys?

It was prolly a straight-forward shoot out between Enam and Sunny for the 2nd SLA and Sunny as the Test-SLA in residence hasn't really done anything to lose it has he?

Pity we aren't taking a punt on Anamul.
Excellent observation, sir! Now it all make sense. Thanks.
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:50 PM
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First criteria to become a selector for the national team should be to have common sense. I know Haba doesn't have it, but looks like Nannu is also there just to draw salary and Akram calls all the shots.

The game is being played in BD. So the batsmen who cant even hold the bat here (Nafees/Nazim), how can they survive against the likes of WI pacers. These 2 wont even reach double digits.

And what a theory about picking pacers who can bowl fast! This is not Aussie or NZ pitch where pacers will do wonders by bowling fast! They will infact be hammerd all over. Thats why in the NCL, Abul and Rubel remained very ordinary. Key in Test cricket is all about taking wickets, these pacers will bowl 5-6 overs, will get hammered and then they will be done, worst of all they wont contribute with bat either.

Mominul, Anamul, Soumya might be young but they are match winners unlike Nafees/Nazim.
Enam was critically needed as the third spinner, since Shakib is off form.

Shane is no head coach material and to back him we some common sense lacking selectors. And Mushy? I will be happy if he can hold on to come catches. The less we talk about his captaincy is better.

Was really looking forward to this series, but Akram, Shane just ruined it.
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Old November 8, 2012, 01:59 PM
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Thats why I was all excited to have McInnes for the head coaching position. We would be so much better off. With Shane being the coach, Akram can call all his stupid shots. He is such a useless selector, says they could not select new comers due to missed practice game! Are you serious? You need to wait till 2 days before to select players? What have you done all year long? Why did not you play all the players in the radar against West Indies High performance Team? It clearly shows, these selectors dont do anything...and they have no clue whom to pick and why to pick. When you pick someone based on one year old performance and someone who is totally out of form, instead of someone who are in peak form and bursting with confidence like Enamul, Mominul, you know these selectors simply lack common sense.
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Ok my prediction

1.Tamim might just get a 50 or get out at the 1st over
2. Nazim might surprise us by playing a 200 ball 50
3. SN will be his usual self and gift his wicket away
4. Naeem might hang in there for long and score a 100
5. I doubt Shakib will cross 20 and might only get 2 wickets by giving away too many runs
6. Mushy to start a very good innings only to give it away at the wrong time
7. Nasir will blast with a 50
8. Sunny getting yet another 5 wicket haul
9. Gazi is the surprise package here so he might surprise us by either playing too good or too bad
10. SRK might injure Gayle with his extraordinary bouncer (oh God save Gayle)
11. Abul will just be an Abul
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I don't get why people hate on Nazim so much here. I mean, sure he's a very limited player and sure he'll likely fail 8 times out of 10, but at least on his comeback Test, he lasted 250+ balls and made 100+ runs at a 50+ average. At least hate on him when he does fail (which will very likely happen), but why before? There are plenty of other players you can go hate on in the meantime.
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Old November 8, 2012, 03:35 PM
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I don't get why people hate on Nazim so much here. I mean, sure he's a very limited player and sure he'll likely fail 8 times out of 10, but at least on his comeback Test, he lasted 250+ balls and made 100+ runs at a 50+ average. At least hate on him when he does fail (which will very likely happen), but why before? There are plenty of other players you can go hate on in the meantime.
I don't hate Nazim. As a matter of fact, I like all our players. Sure I might be against their inclusion in to the national team but once they're on the field, they'll have my full 100% support.

That being said, I just have a lot of doubts that he won't cut it at the international level. Yes he did well against Pakistan in Chittagong but look at how much he was exposed in the 2008 and 2012 Asia Cups. That's my main worry of him. With the minimal footwork he has, he could've only got away with it if he had great hand-eye coordination which I believe he doesn't. To be successful in international cricket, you need to make up your shortcomings and limitations with something else but I don't see how Nazim can do that. Shakib and Tamim get away with minimal footwork but look at their hand-eye coordination compared to Nazim. Of course Tamim and Shakib are great talents but you know what I'm trying to say.

I really hope I'm wrong because I do want him to be successful.
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Old November 8, 2012, 03:40 PM
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Oh I'm sure he'll have an ordinary end to his career, but at least let him get there first before criticizing him. The 2012 Asia Cup is a bad example, as he shouldn't have been picked based on his Test/FC performances.
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Old November 8, 2012, 03:44 PM
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But yes, at the end of the day, each member of the team, coaches and staff included, as well as everyone in the BCB, should have his actions scrutinized to death and bashed left and right, criticized to no end until we win the World Cup. That I can agree with you on. So back to Nazza! bashing.
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Ok my prediction
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