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Old January 9, 2013, 07:07 PM
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I think i have posted this like 3 times but ill repeat it again. Ayub ws predominantly batting at #3 when he scored the double century. He was at #4 but the #3 batsmen Rakibul got out for a duck so he was pretty much facing the new ball. Ayub should look to bat at #3 for Bangladesh because the other spots are filled. I wouldnt want him in the middle order because it might upset the balance for the rest of the batsmen.
other option is to drop naeem and have marshall at #4 with mominul at #3.
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Old January 9, 2013, 07:30 PM
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Dont think Naeem deserves to be dropped at this stage.
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Old January 9, 2013, 09:06 PM
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Dont think Naeem deserves to be dropped at this stage.
probably not since he got that ton in the last series. that means the #3 spot should go to marshall or mominul. marshall is scoring tons of domestic runs but mominul hasn't been given a proper run in the national team yet, so who do you pick?
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Old January 9, 2013, 09:32 PM
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probably not since he got that ton in the last series. that means the #3 spot should go to marshall or mominul. marshall is scoring tons of domestic runs but mominul hasn't been given a proper run in the national team yet, so who do you pick?
Thats a good question. I think since Ayub has been setting the NCL and BCL on fire so he deserves the #3 position ahead of Mominul. If Ayub does fail then next in line should definitely be Mominul.

Best #3 Options
1. Marshall Ayub
2. Mominul Haque
3. Jahurul Islam
4. Shahriar Nafees

We should persist with the first 3 names and see who settles into the #3 position the best. Plan Z should be Shahriar.
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Old January 9, 2013, 09:37 PM
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also i don't like the idea of selecting an opener for the #3 slot because there aren't any openers pushing for national selection and besides, if any opener should be batting at #3 it should be anamul since that's his preferred position and it's where he scored most of his runs in domestic cricket. also those saying middle order batsmen shouldn't be considered, well plenty of middle order batsmen face the new ball when it gets changed so those batting around 5-7 are options at #3, and #4's are also good options for #3 because often they'll basically be playing as #3 when the #3 gets out early.

kallis isn't and wasn't an opener, he was a middle order batsman but he's batted plenty at #3 and done a good job there.
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Old January 9, 2013, 09:39 PM
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Thats a good question. I think since Ayub has been setting the NCL and BCL on fire so he deserves the #3 position ahead of Mominul. If Ayub does fail then next in line should definitely be Mominul.

Best #3 Options
1. Marshall Ayub
2. Mominul Haque
3. Jahurul Islam
4. Shahriar Nafees

We should persist with the first 3 names and see who settles into the #3 position the best. Plan Z should be Shahriar.
i'd still put shuvagata as a #3 option ahead of jahurul and SN (especially SN), i'd even be consisdering mehrab given his current season.

something to think about with the comparison of marshall, to mominul is that mominul has international experience, he knows the quality he'll be facing whereas marshall doesn't. in saying that it's not like mominul undoubtedly secured his position as his numbers weren't there even if he did look good.
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Old January 9, 2013, 10:01 PM
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In the longer version, Anamul is #3. So, yes, we still have not found a decent batting partner for Tamim.

There is no decent opening batsman in the domestic circuits to consider either. IMO, we have middle order batsmen in the national team who are prolly much better against pacers than so called top order batsmen in domestic teams. Considering that now we have a good number of middle order batsmen competing for places in the national team, I think logical solution is to push one of them to open with Tamim. My vote goes to Nasir for a trial. He seems to have good enough techniques and reflex to be given a go.
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Old January 10, 2013, 02:20 AM
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Most of the member here are suggesting Anamul as an opener. Anamul hardly opens in FC level. In that case we will have to think him at #3.To me the most potential candidates for opening at Srilanka are:
1. Jahurul Islam
2. Imrul Kayes
3. Mysikur Rahman
Cause only this 3 has done something noticeable so far.
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Old January 10, 2013, 03:53 AM
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Suddenly we have a new option to consider- senior Iqbal (well, kinda old option), to partner with his younger brother.
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:09 AM
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As SN reaching his 50 comfortably, is he going to be re-selected for #2 in Lanka?


off-topic: Holy cow! I became a sage, did not have that in mind while posting for SN.
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:26 AM
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As SN reaching his 50 comfortably, is he going to be re-selected for #2 in Lanka?


off-topic: Holy cow! I became a sage, did not have that in mind while posting for SN.
Spoke too early, such a waste of 15kth post.
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:38 AM
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As SN reaching his 50 comfortably, is he going to be re-selected for #2 in Lanka?


off-topic: Holy cow! I became a sage, did not have that in mind while posting for SN.
And you jinxed him

u shud be banned j/k
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Old January 10, 2013, 11:49 AM
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Suddenly we have a new option to consider- senior Iqbal (well, kinda old option), to partner with his younger brother.
You kidding me? Just because he's been scoring 50s in the domestic circuit, after god knows how many years, all of a sudden he's international material? He may not even have international fitness for all we know.
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Old January 10, 2013, 01:35 PM
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Suddenly we have a new option to consider- senior Iqbal (well, kinda old option), to partner with his younger brother.
This guy was a good option in his time. I dont know what happen to him, he is almost a lost case. Showing some form this year no doubt. But last time when he played for A team was just horrible . . . . . check out his scores.http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/engin...es/425111.html
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About 2 years ago there was a tv interview of both Iqbal's together. Tamim repeatedly mentioned about some injury what was causing Nafis's prolonged bad patch. It seemed he would have been glad if they could become an opening pair at least in one series.
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Old January 10, 2013, 01:46 PM
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Ahh... shunteo koto aram...."Too many promising players ... too little opening to fill"
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:27 PM
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Mysikur Rahman
shamsur
soumya
asi ahmed (maybe)

these are the main opening options (in no order) if anamul isn't to open.
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:36 PM
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Mysikur Rahman
shamsur
soumya
asi ahmed (maybe)

these are the main opening options (in no order) if anamul isn't to open.
I would put Jahurul's name up there. He hasnt had too many chances to prove anything imo.

Also Mominul is batting at #3 atm so lets see how he goes.
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Old January 10, 2013, 04:41 PM
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I think we could quite possibly gamble on Naeem to open the batting. In the test format he is selective about his shots and i think those are the qualities of an opener. He leaves bowls outside off and looks to hang in the middle. I wouldnt want this to happen considering the success Naeem has had at #4 but since we dont have good enough options for the opener slot id say we could possibly gamble on it. I would only do this for tests though because i consider Naeem to be a test specialist.
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Old January 10, 2013, 05:34 PM
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I think we could quite possibly gamble on Naeem to open the batting. In the test format he is selective about his shots and i think those are the qualities of an opener. He leaves bowls outside off and looks to hang in the middle. I wouldnt want this to happen considering the success Naeem has had at #4 but since we dont have good enough options for the opener slot id say we could possibly gamble on it. I would only do this for tests though because i consider Naeem to be a test specialist.
if any of the middle order bats were to be pushed into the opener slot then i agree naeem would be the one to do it with.
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Ahh... shunteo koto aram...."Too many promising players ... too little opening to fill"
I only wished the discussion was about all the tall, lanky fearsome fast bowlers that we (don't) have!!!
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Old January 10, 2013, 05:40 PM
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I would put Jahurul's name up there. He hasnt had too many chances to prove anything imo.

Also Mominul is batting at #3 atm so lets see how he goes.
fair enough to put jahurul's name in there, he's the last opener in domestics who's had a lot of success but hasn't had a truly extended run in the national team. he's played a few ODIs and a couple of tests but his inclusion in the XI has always been intermittent. the reason i don't place him there is because from what i've seen i don't believe he is a long term option.
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vaijanera ami ki bangla cricket forum-ai asi? No. 3 position er 10 jon candidate!!!
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