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Old November 15, 2014, 03:25 AM
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yes his avg will go down if he goes to play in eng/aus/sa/nz

pujara avged 75+ in india in 13 matches
Pujara who?
Mominul avg 150+ in ctg lol
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Old November 15, 2014, 03:28 AM
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Pujara who?
Mominul avg 150+ in ctg lol
bhalo bolchen nadim bhai
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Old November 15, 2014, 06:10 AM
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Mominul is now known as digital Bradman. .he is 2nd in terms of all time batting average
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Old November 15, 2014, 06:47 AM
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I really hope these scores attract the attention of Australian, New Zealand or English scouts, so that he can get a contract to play first class cricket overseas. Pujara did!

Given that so many of our Test matches are scheduled at home, we should be happy that he has an incredible home record like Jayawardane at the SSC!
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Old November 15, 2014, 06:49 AM
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Momin is a batting nerd like Amla or Chanderpaul, keeps scoring runs keeping his feet on the ground.

love you Momin, great find for BD. congratulations
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Old November 15, 2014, 11:14 AM
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"I have scored three of my four centuries at this ground, but it doesn't mean I have to score a hundred here every time," Mominul said. "It is a matter of luck. If it happens, it happens. I don't think much about it. There was no extra pressure on me.

"But I worked out why I was getting out in the fifties. I tried to do something more to go past it. And when success comes to a player, the responsibility rises. Now there is expectation on me, and it is steadily rising."

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Old November 15, 2014, 01:52 PM
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Pujara who?
Mominul avg 150+ in ctg lol
Lol...well put, Nadim.

But, Little PheNominal has to work really hard and tighten up his batting, footwork and concentration if he is to throw a serious challenge at Sir Don's records. {:}
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Old November 15, 2014, 05:18 PM
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hate this avg battle some of us are going with. Avg shouldnt even come into consideration untill a player at least played 25 test matches. Knowing our players and the selectors... it will take a bad series to set him back. For now, its only safe enough to say that he is fulfilled prospect who is consistent at home. Its also safe to say he is the best possible batsman for our no.3 slot. Lets not take this to Sir Bradman yet.
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Old November 15, 2014, 06:02 PM
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hate this avg battle some of us are going with. Avg shouldnt even come into consideration untill a player at least played 25 test matches. Knowing our players and the selectors... it will take a bad series to set him back. For now, its only safe enough to say that he is fulfilled prospect who is consistent at home. Its also safe to say he is the best possible batsman for our no.3 slot. Lets not take this to Sir Bradman yet.
Imo it's a battle between mushy and mominul for the #3 spot, I know mominul did well there this series but it was against zim at home, he was also very good at 4 and that was against better teams. Either way though it should be mushy and mominul batting in the 3/4 spots, I reckon those two are more likely to create big partnerships more often than any other couple which gives us a better chance to get a bigger score more frequently.
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Old November 15, 2014, 07:21 PM
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I really hope these scores attract the attention of Australian, New Zealand or English scouts, so that he can get a contract to play first class cricket overseas. Pujara did!

Given that so many of our Test matches are scheduled at home, we should be happy that he has an incredible home record like Jayawardane at the SSC!
Well the Kiwis should know all about him after all that battering they received from little Mominul!
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Old November 18, 2014, 12:33 AM
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Mominul currently ranked 19th in the ICC test batsman ranking with 644 point.
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Old November 21, 2014, 02:50 PM
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Usually when if plays in ODI, he looks confident and comfortable most of the time. But then innings usually doesn't end up with enough runs or decent RR. Every time I watch him in ODI I think may be this is he break away innings in ODI.... but then he gets out with either not enough runs or not good enough RR or both. He never looked like outmatched or clueless....but then why he is not getting the success in ODI?
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Old November 21, 2014, 03:24 PM
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I like his approach in ODIs... can definitely score runs faster than others. But I feel like he is not that comfy against spin or maybe overconfident. He usually goes out playing sweeps, scoops, late cuts. If the opening problem stays, I say promote him to open with Tamim. Both have a similar mindset and cant work well with each other.
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Old November 21, 2014, 04:14 PM
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^^Letting him open is definitely an idea worth exploring. He generally scores better during powerplays.

That case Mushfiq should bat at #3, and Nasir back at #6.
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^^Letting him open is definitely an idea worth exploring. He generally scores better during powerplays.

That case Mushfiq should bat at #3, and Nasir back at #6.
Yes this is an option imo, shakib still gets to be at 5 his best spot, nasir comes back at 6, shabbir continues at 7, tamim as the other opener, only open position there is 4 which riyad could get a chance at.
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Shamsur/imrul/anamul #2 and #3.
Mominul #4.
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^^Letting him open is definitely an idea worth exploring. He generally scores better during powerplays.

That case Mushfiq should bat at #3, and Nasir back at #6.
That would be a cracking idea. He is someone who bats well with the field up. His technique is good enough to handle the new ball.

Sri Lanka did this with TM Dilshan (Which was a career changing move for him) and also from time to time with Mahela Jayawardene.
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best thing about Momin is he always gets a good start, unfortunately in ODIs he hasn't quite managed to convert them big, but it's only a matter of time.

Momin as opener sounds good to me but that won't happen, imo Bijoy deserves two more matches, if he fails we will have to accept that he is not in form at all, in that case opening with Momin & Tamim & bringing in Nasir will be a better idea than bringing in Kaedge or Kopa.
But this won't happen.
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That was an inexcusable shot by Mominul and summarizes why he hasn't done as well in ODIs. No need to play a scoop shot when your 3 down already. He was already playing well with his textbook shots. He just needs to stick to what he does best which he does in Tests and hopefully he does soon in ODIs.
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knowing that neither Anamul nor Imrul nor Shamsur will dramatically improve their techniques in the next few months, it might be smart to give Mominul a go for the opening slot. Mominul is a more technically proficient batsman than all 3 of them at the moment. This would allow Mushy to come in at 3 and Shakib at 4. Tamim-Mominul-Mushy-Shak. 4 of our best batsmen should play in top 4. It only makes sense.
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knowing that neither Anamul nor Imrul nor Shamsur will dramatically improve their techniques in the next few months, it might be smart to give Mominul a go for the opening slot. Mominul is a more technically proficient batsman than all 3 of them at the moment. This would allow Mushy to come in at 3 and Shakib at 4. Tamim-Mominul-Mushy-Shak. 4 of our best batsmen should play in top 4. It only makes sense.
I think the lineup there right now can do well if we're willing to be patient. Anamul's a bit vulnerable but I'd give him another match or 2 as he's been a pretty good opener for us so far. If not, Imrul could do the job as well
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I hope this will be the day for him. What he needs is one great innings in odi, after that nothing will hold him back.
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Just needs a bit of confidence in this format imo.
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