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Old November 1, 2013, 11:08 AM
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Default West Indies U-19 in Bangladesh - 2013

ITINERARY: West Indies Under 19 in Bangladesh 2013

Date
Programme
Venue
02 December 2013
West Indies Under 19 arrive in Dhaka and travel to Chittagong

03 December 2013
Rest/Practice
ZACS
04 December 2013
Warm-up match
ZACS
05 December 2013
Rest/Practice
ZACS
06 December 2013
1st Youth ODI match
ZACS
07 December 2013
Rest/Practice
ZACS
08 December 2013
2nd Youth ODI match
ZACS
09 December 2013
Rest/Travel to Cox’s Bazar (To be confirmed) or remain in Chittagong

10 December 2013
Rest/Practice
SKICS (tbc)/ZACS
11 December 2013
3rd Youth ODI match
SKICS (tbc)/ZACS
12 December 2013
Travel to Dhaka/Rest

13 December 2013
Rest/Practice
Sahara-BCB NCA
14 December 2013
4th Youth ODI match
KSOAS, Fatullah
15 December 2013
Rest/Practice
Sahara-BCB NCA
16 December 2013
Rest/Practice
Sahara-BCB NCA
17 December 2013
5th Youth ODI match
KSOAS, Fatullah
18 December 2013
Rest/Practice
Sahara-BCB NCA
19 December 2013
6th Youth ODI match
SBNCS
20 December 2013
7th Youth ODI match
SBNCS
21 December 2013
West Indies Under 19 depart



NOTE:All day fixtures. Matches start at 9am (Bangladesh time).


VENUES:
ZACS - Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong
SKICS – Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’s Bazar
KSOAS - Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah
SAHARA-BCB NCA – Sahara-BCB National Cricket Academy, Mirpur, Dhaka
SBNCS - Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka


DHAKA, Friday, 01 November 2013

Media Release
Bangladesh Under 19 Primary Squad's preparation camp for Home Series against the West Indies starts 03 Nov.

A three-week preparation camp of the Bangladesh Under 19 team for the home series against the West Indies Under 19 Team starts from Sunday (03 Nov.) at the SAHARA-BCB National Cricket Academy. The following players will report at the SAHARA-BCB NCA, Mirpur tomorrow (Saturday, 02 Nov.) at 5pm:
Opening batsmen:

·Joy Raj
·Sadman Islam
·Munim Shahriar
·Zakir Hasan

Middle-order batsmen:

·Mosaddek Hossain
·Md. Sumon
·Nazmul Hasan
·Abu Sayeed Sharkar
·Yasir Ali
·Md. Saifuddin

Allrounders:

·Mehedi Hasan Miraj
·Rahatul Ferdous

Wicketkeepers:

·Jashim Uddin
·Abu Sayem Chowdhury
·Prosenjit Das

Pace bowlers:

·Mustafizur Rahman
·Mehedi Hasan Rana
·Rifat Prodhan
·Ashiqul Islam
·Nahid Hasan
·Sujat Islam

Spinners:
·Nehad Uz-Zaman
·Zubair Hossain
·Sifat Islam

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Old November 1, 2013, 11:53 AM
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Wow Abu Haider seems to have been dropped. So 7 more ODIs? We will prolly win 5-2 or 6-1.
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Old November 1, 2013, 11:54 AM
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here comes Westindies U 19 C team to tour BD
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Old November 1, 2013, 11:55 AM
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Wow Abu Haider seems to have been dropped. So 7 more ODIs? We will prolly win 5-2 or 6-1.
doesn't matter..its WI U 19 C Team and we are playing in our home conditions, home pitch blah blah blah blah
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Old November 1, 2013, 11:55 AM
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But this is at home, so coach, if you're reading this, we'll win 7-0 this time right?
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Old November 1, 2013, 12:15 PM
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Why is the West Indies U-19 "C" team touring Bangladesh?

Or are you guys being facetious?
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Old November 1, 2013, 12:17 PM
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In any case, I think we should reverse the batting order. Also, drop all spinners; play only the pacers.
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Old November 1, 2013, 10:01 PM
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Why is the West Indies U-19 "C" team touring Bangladesh?

Or are you guys being facetious?
No Nekrey is putting forth excuse for WestIndiesFan. Blahblahblah part.
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Old November 2, 2013, 06:15 AM
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There will be no excuses from me IF the selectors stop messing around and pick the BEST team!!.. .

But we all know what we'll see from the Tigers right? SPIN, SPIN, SPIN!!..OH AND MORE SPIN!! .

Like i said your lot could win this series 7-0!!..you'll still be found wanting at the top level UNLESS you find some pacers.

Out of the side that played in the home series i expect to see...

Solozano
Chanderpaul
Hetmyer
Allen
Pooran
Moti-Kanhai
Lewis
Jones
Jordan
Joseph
Mcsween

To keep their places!!..the rest i don't know, i expect some serious strengthening in the batting department and maybe a few different options in the bowling unit.
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Old November 2, 2013, 06:24 AM
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Old November 2, 2013, 11:34 AM
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Windies have always had decent pacers, but they've been wanting at top level. Truth is we play mostly at home and spin is sufficient to beat sides like WI/NZ 9-2 in recent times. Of course Mashrafe, Nazmul, and Rubel are serviceable ODI pacers.

Even in Tests our batting is strong enough to get draws on our wickets against teams like WI, NZ, SL, IND.
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Coach Richard did say that WI could be tougher on our soil compared to Guyuna due to the conditions. Interesting he said that but he is the coach and knows what he's talking about. Also now they know us much better and will come out hard against us. We'll have to play really well if we want to beat them.

Btw, great to see our U19 playing so many matches. Haven't seen our U19 team play so much since Tamim and Shakibs days of the U19 team
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Old November 3, 2013, 07:27 AM
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Windies have always had decent pacers, but they've been wanting at top level. Truth is we play mostly at home and spin is sufficient to beat sides like WI/NZ 9-2 in recent times. Of course Mashrafe, Nazmul, and Rubel are serviceable ODI pacers.
Really? Gabriel made his debut in England and IMPRESSED!!..then played against Zimbabwe and impressed again. Holder has just broken into the ODI side and gave Australia and Pakistan problems in the two series he's played!!. Now we have Sheldon Cotterrell coming through who looks a very decent prospect indeed. And not to mention Roach who is world class!!..so needless to say i disagree.


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Even in Tests our batting is strong enough to get draws on our wickets against teams like WI, NZ, SL, IND.
You honestly think that? you scored 557 against us in the first test HERE and still lost!!..teams who have good spinners will always be in with a chance on your turf imo.
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Old November 3, 2013, 07:31 AM
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Coach Richard did say that WI could be tougher on our soil compared to Guyuna due to the conditions. Interesting he said that but he is the coach and knows what he's talking about. Also now they know us much better and will come out hard against us. We'll have to play really well if we want to beat them.

Btw, great to see our U19 playing so many matches. Haven't seen our U19 team play so much since Tamim and Shakibs days of the U19 team
Our boys have been embarrassed with that series defeat so from our point of view we expect them to level the score!!..but as they say at u19 level anything can happen so i ain't counting any chickens.
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nobody cares about WI U 19 C team tour right now, we are busy losing to NZ
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Our boys have been embarrassed with that series defeat so from our point of view we expect them to level the score!!..but as they say at u19 level anything can happen so i ain't counting any chickens.
don't worry bro

the tour will be good for your youngsters. By the time they leave they will become fair skinned

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Old November 3, 2013, 07:35 AM
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Our boys have been embarrassed with that series defeat so from our point of view we expect them to level the score!!..but as they say at u19 level anything can happen so i ain't counting any chickens.
don't worry bro

the tour will be good for your youngsters. By the time they leave they will become fair skinned If not they will get fair and lovely that tamim uses on his belly.

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Old November 3, 2013, 07:50 AM
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nobody cares about WI U 19 C team tour right now, we are busy losing to NZ
Well done!!..you beat a team ranked bottom three!!..brilliant!!
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Old November 3, 2013, 07:52 AM
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Well done!!..you beat a team ranked bottom three!!..brilliant!!
the same team that beat SA and England away from home

kiwis are still a quality side.

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Old November 3, 2013, 08:10 AM
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the same team that beat SA and England away from home

kiwis are still a quality side.

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Williamson? Boult? also those conditions in Sa and England are similar to their home conditions so it's no surprise they done well.

The fact is when they came to the caribbean last year we beat them 4-1 in ODI's, 2-0 in t20s and 2-0 in tests!! so........
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Well done!!..you beat a team ranked bottom three!!..brilliant!!
just like we beat you in the ODIs right?, and you beat kiwis right?..get a life troll
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just like we beat you in the ODIs right?, and you beat kiwis right?..get a life troll
Still not ranked above us though!!....
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Still not ranked above us though!!....
yeah like anybody cares about number 7

by your frequent posting i can see you care a lot about number 9
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yeah like anybody cares about number 7
No!!..that's why Sri-lanka, India and Pakistan toured the caribbean THIS year!!


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by your frequent posting i can see you care a lot about number 9
Yeah!!..i love debating with my tiger friends!!
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Windies have always had decent pacers, but they've been wanting at top level. Truth is we play mostly at home and spin is sufficient to beat sides like WI/NZ 9-2 in recent times. Of course Mashrafe, Nazmul, and Rubel are serviceable ODI pacers.

Even in Tests our batting is strong enough to get draws on our wickets against teams like WI, NZ, SL, IND.
Good point. In past decades when ECB and ACB were in their heyday, fielding sides required premier fast bowlers to win, and spin was considered only an afterthought. Like it or not now that BCCI has become the pimp of world cricket, they pretty much call all the shots and name the rules of the game. As a result spin is quickly becoming the in thing. We just saw what they did to the Aussies in the recently concluded ODI series despite lacking a decent pace bowler. (Aussies fielded some very good pace bowlers - good enough to ravage West Indies front and back before completing the 5-0 whitewash earlier in the year). Winning without world class fast bowlers was practically unthinkable in the past decades. Today on the contrary BCCI at times forces other countries to alter their pitches to make them less conducive to pace, and the countries have no option but to comply. So drawing series' and maybe even winning against such teams is no longer a stretch for us.
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