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Old August 30, 2014, 03:55 PM
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Imrul scored 40 odd, enough to keep his place even though I think he's too limited to be a long term solution. Never liked shamsur to begin with.

293-6 now, the 100 run pship is up. Timely timely runs for Nasir.
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Old August 30, 2014, 03:59 PM
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Riyad should play as a specialist spinner who bats a bit and slot in at 8. Nasir can bat at 5. Riyad is our second best spinner behind shakib anyways. My XI:

Tamim
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:08 PM
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quite refreshing to see our big bang boys making some sort of a triumphant comeback against the mighty soft kitties
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:17 PM
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Riyad should play as a specialist spinner who bats a bit and slot in at 8. Nasir can bat at 5. Riyad is our second best spinner behind shakib anyways. My XI:

Tamim
Imrul
Anamul
Mominul
Nasir
Mushy
Hom
Riyad
Robiul
Al Amin
Taijul
This ideally should be the lineup for the 1st Test
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:28 PM
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Riyad should play as a specialist spinner who bats a bit and slot in at 8. Nasir can bat at 5. Riyad is our second best spinner behind shakib anyways. My XI:

Tamim
Imrul
Anamul
Mominul
Nasir
Mushy
Hom
Riyad
Robiul
Al Amin
Taijul
Squad looks good to me. Should give a chance to taijul...& i guess he will.. Absent of sakib & gazi.
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:32 PM
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Nasir & musy finished the innings with unbeaten pair.... After long time bd players understanding how to play & finish shesh bikeler rodh. good work by nas & cap.
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:38 PM
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Stumps: Bangladesh - 330/6 after 90 overs. (Mushy 82*, Nasir 78*, Imrul 44)
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:41 PM
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Excellent last half of the day. Need to carry on and post 400 for sure and look to just bat once.
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Old August 30, 2014, 04:42 PM
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Stumps: Bangladesh - 330/6 after 90 overs. (Mushy 82*, Nasir 78*, Imrul 44)
Good to see these two are getting some "illusive" runs finally!
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Good to see Nasir back among the runs. Hopefully he will continue to do so in the test matches.
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Old August 30, 2014, 06:28 PM
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disappointed in shamsur's continuation of lack of runs, i'm guessing it's due to his usual mental flaws, the kid has so much talent, big waste if he doesn't sort his mind out. i think what imrul has brought upon his test return, at least in the long format, is a greater ability to concentrate and work within his limited talent, at this level the game is mostly mental which is why less talented players can succeed when a talented player might fail.

awesome to see mushy and nasir in the runs but more awesome seeing the partnership they've created.

i agree riyad should definitely bat lower than nasir, actually as said he should bat at 8 and play mainly as a spinner.actually this test series will show us how far riyad has come with the ball, is he good enough to play purely as a test spinner? he can now make the ODI side as a spinner imo, but tests is different so we'll see whether he's ready for that in this series.
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Old August 30, 2014, 08:19 PM
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disappointed in shamsur's continuation of lack of runs, i'm guessing it's due to his usual mental flaws, the kid has so much talent, big waste if he doesn't sort his mind out. i think what imrul has brought upon his test return, at least in the long format, is a greater ability to concentrate and work within his limited talent, at this level the game is mostly mental which is why less talented players can succeed when a talented player might fail.

awesome to see mushy and nasir in the runs but more awesome seeing the partnership they've created.

i agree riyad should definitely bat lower than nasir, actually as said he should bat at 8 and play mainly as a spinner.actually this test series will show us how far riyad has come with the ball, is he good enough to play purely as a test spinner? he can now make the ODI side as a spinner imo, but tests is different so we'll see whether he's ready for that in this series.
Shamsur's problem is that he tries to play too many shots, just like our other batsmen. If he had curbed his aggression and played within himself more often, we'd see a better batsman out of him. It's not only Shamsur though, it's the problem with all our batsmen, some more than others obviously.

If Imrul wants to extend his run in the national team, he desperately needs to curb his temptation to play everything outside his offstump. Of course if a bad delivery comes, put it away but don't chase everything outside your offstump. That's exactly why he's infamously known as Kayedge.

And agreed it'll be interesting to see how if Riyad can take the role as a main spinner in Tests. He did do pretty well in the Test series against SL. Let's see how he does against WI. Last time he was there he did really well but this is a different team.
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Dont know why BCB haven't send a replacwment for Gazi. Taijul is the lone specialist spinner in the squad and if he does bad ( wish not) there wont be any replacement for 2nd test.


They should have taken a gamble with a leggie. Either Nur Hossain or Jubair Hossain (hope one of them gets pick for Zim series)
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Dont know why BCB haven't send a replacwment for Gazi. Taijul is the lone specialist spinner in the squad and if he does bad ( wish not) there wont be any replacement for 2nd test.


They should have taken a gamble with a leggie. Either Nur Hossain or Jubair Hossain (hope one of them gets pick for Zim series)
They have. Elias Sunny is the replacement. I agree though I wish they sent either Nur or Jubair
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Very good fightback. Lets hope we see more of this in the series
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Old August 31, 2014, 02:15 AM
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Shamsur's problem is that he tries to play too many shots, just like our other batsmen. If he had curbed his aggression and played within himself more often, we'd see a better batsman out of him. It's not only Shamsur though, it's the problem with all our batsmen, some more than others obviously.

If Imrul wants to extend his run in the national team, he desperately needs to curb his temptation to play everything outside his offstump. Of course if a bad delivery comes, put it away but don't chase everything outside your offstump. That's exactly why he's infamously known as Kayedge.

And agreed it'll be interesting to see how if Riyad can take the role as a main spinner in Tests. He did do pretty well in the Test series against SL. Let's see how he does against WI. Last time he was there he did really well but this is a different team.
yeah that is shamsur's problem which sucks because he's got a lot of skills. imrul has to do a naeem and play a tough mental game much like steve waugh where you play within your limitations and don't go for shorts you can't handle or go after balls with shots that you're not capable of playing against that ball.

riyad vs. WI in tests previously, well when he did well he was playing their F team or something like that so it will be a much tougher challenge this time around imo but he is a better bowler this time around so interesting for sure.
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They have. Elias Sunny is the replacement. I agree though I wish they sent either Nur or Jubair
yeah bad replacement really, he should be nowhere near the team at this point and if they were going for another SLA it probably should have been saqlain sajib otherwise like said go for a leggy.
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I wouldnt mind if they play riyad as specialist spinner.. Currently our best spinner after shakib. That will also give us the option to play with extra batsman. But i doubt our precious team managment will do that.

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Even if Nasir makes a 100, he is not good enough as he fails in Intl matches
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is there any full scorecard of day 1 just to see who scored how many ?
I saw a bit live when Hom & Ryad were batting & Hom Kaedged for a boundary ,the next ball he gave a regulation catch to the slip who dropped it.

It's hard to appreciate or criticize an innings without watching but glad to see Mushy & NAsir with a big partnership.
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is there any full scorecard of day 1 just to see who scored how many ?
Here, it is.
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Old August 31, 2014, 09:22 AM
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Here, it is.
thanks, forgot abt cricinfo.
What's wrong with Ryad,getting out on 20s.

Game started already, Rahim 88* & NAsir 83*
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WOW, you guys are tearing it up in the warm up match. We should be running scared for the 1st test now.
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End of 1st Innings: Bangladesh - 377/7 dec. in 103.3 overs. (Mushy 106*, Nasir 100)
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