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View Poll Results: Who is our best batsman?
Tamim 10 21.28%
Sakib 37 78.72%
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Old March 23, 2014, 03:00 AM
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Current ave - Total runs
Tests:
Shakib 37.96 - 2278
Tamim 36.59 - 2269
Mushi 32.43 - 2173
ODIs:
Shakib 34.99 - 3779
Tamim 30.09 - 3702
Mushi 28.08 - 2780.
Last two years:

Shakib:
Test: 49.84
ODI: 24.00
T20: 33.30

TI:
Test: 32.56
ODI: 30.36
T20: 32.40

Mushi:
Test: 43.31
ODI: 40.72
T20: 22.66

You have a point Mijan.

In Tests and ODIs, Tamim is an also ran.

Anamul and Mominul havent played enough for their numbers to mean provide much of statistical significance other than promise of hope:

Again, for last 2 years.

Anamul:
Tests (3 only): 10.66
ODIs (16): 35.46
T20 (6): 43.20

Mominul:
Tests: 75.50
ODIs: 26.41
T20s: 22.--

Just to complete, lets look at Nasir and Riyad (again, last 2 years)

Nasir:
Test: 48.33
Odi:b 36
T20: 21.90

Mulllah
Test: 23.10
ODI: 33.69
T20: 18.69

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Old March 23, 2014, 03:04 AM
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Quote:
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Mominul:
Tests: 757.50
ahem!, i wish this was our team's avg in tests!
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Old March 23, 2014, 03:42 AM
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ahem!, i wish this was our team's avg in tests!
Lol. 1 decimal too many. Will edit.
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Old March 23, 2014, 05:14 AM
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Shakib but Mushfiq is likely to take over.
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Old March 23, 2014, 06:44 AM
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t's so good to see new names, new candidates.
Bijoy, Momin or even Kopa ?
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Old March 23, 2014, 07:21 AM
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Tbh Tamim doesnt even make top 4 in my book for shorter version. Biraniyawala losing it day by day
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Old March 23, 2014, 07:49 AM
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Tbh Tamim doesnt even make top 4 in my book for shorter version. Biraniyawala losing it day by day
I regularly see Tamim and biryani being used in the same sentence. I can see he is fond of food judging by his recent development of fat. However how did the association between biryani and tamim being?

However you cannot have a batsman start huffing and puffing after batting only 10 overs
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Old March 23, 2014, 03:40 PM
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Sanga scored a triple ton in the test match and we was willing to reach 400. That's class. Sri Lankan food is similar to what we eat. Yet it doesn't affect any of their players. Something to think about.
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Tbh Tamim doesnt even make top 4 in my book for shorter version. Biraniyawala losing it day by day
I think Tamim already peaked. After it's all said and done that England tour will be the highlight of his career. I really hope I'm wrong. We have seen him like this for almost 2 years, and it seems like he's perfectly happy with where he is. We have never had anyone like Tamim in our line up. But with Anamul already in the national team, and Asif not too far away that will eventually change.
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Old March 23, 2014, 08:41 PM
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Time to let go of Tamim, wish him the best. He's the next Razzak if he continues to keep up his huff n puff 30's.
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Old March 23, 2014, 09:23 PM
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I think Tamim already peaked. After it's all said and done that England tour will be the highlight of his career. I really hope I'm wrong. We have seen him like this for almost 2 years, and it seems like he's perfectly happy with where he is. We have never had anyone like Tamim in our line up. But with Anamul already in the national team, and Asif not too far away that will eventually change.
tamim may not have scored as prolifically in the last couple of years but i see a big difference in his batting between now and say a year ago. he still scored some 50s and looked like a quality batsman, now he's totally struggling to time the ball and looks uncomfortable and out of sorts out there. he needs to work hard to find his timing and get his confidence back, i believe he'll get back to being one of our best bats.
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Old October 28, 2016, 04:18 PM
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How things change .
4 years ago I like many here rated Sakib higher than Tamim.
Since 2015 Tamim scoring tons and Sakib I forgot when he last scored a 100
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Shakib was never half the batsman Tamim is.. Tamim is a proper batsman. We all figured that out since 2010.
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Lol Shakib could be in the form of his life with the bat, but I'm never comfortable watching him at the crease
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Old October 28, 2016, 09:03 PM
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Tamim is the best in tests, he should hopefully improve the average to be about 45-50. Mushy however should be the best, he should certainly be averaging 40+, if he did everything right he could've averaged 50+
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