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Old March 5, 2015, 04:54 PM
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Mashrafe was also unable to avoid the trail of bad luck, or, to be precise, injury. The Narail Express was struggling to walk at the latter stages of Scotland’s innings and, as a result, did not bowl his remaining two overs.

However, there is nothing to worry about for the veteran fast bowler as he later informed that he only pulled his calf muscle and is expecting to be fit for the important match against England this Monday in Adelaide.

- See more at: http://www.dhakatribune.com/cricket/....2m9jXv1c.dpuf

Yeah its a calf issue...I saw him limping on his own power then stretching his calf. Didn't bowl after that. He should be fine with a 96 hr layover. He is a bagher bachcha.
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Old March 5, 2015, 05:28 PM
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Yeah its a calf issue...I saw him limping on his own power then stretching his calf. Didn't bowl after that. He should be fine with a 96 hr layover. He is a bagher bachcha.
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Old March 5, 2015, 05:31 PM
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The time has come to show the world that BD means business. If we beat ENG, then maybe Boycott will crawl into a hole. (Will his mother make a better commentator?)
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Old March 5, 2015, 05:35 PM
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I'll be a neutral spectator in this one being a fan of both countries. May the best team here win and progress to the QF and beyond
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Old March 5, 2015, 05:52 PM
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I just gave away my Eng v BD tickets ... flight prices are far too expensive, it ridiculous!!! $700 to go for a day and come back the next day... thats almost the same price as going to BD

Australian intercity travel is a joke, specially during a major tournament like the WC. Utterly disappointed.
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Old March 5, 2015, 05:55 PM
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60% chance of rain on Monday.

http://www.weatherzone.com.au/sa/adelaide/adelaide

If the match is abandoned, we still get through to QF, right?
Easy. But 60% would most like curtail the game.
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Old March 5, 2015, 06:11 PM
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first thing first, get Shofi in instead of the Village Gangsta
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Old March 5, 2015, 06:31 PM
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Best case scenario for Bangladesh:

We win the remaining two matches and we end up second from the table in the best case

Worst case scenario: no matter how much Bangladesh screws up, they will end up fifth from the group stages in the worst case.
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I want us to be A3 so we get chokers in QF!

Mega-Chokers vs mini-chokers! Can't wait to see that!
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I just gave away my Eng v BD tickets ... flight prices are far too expensive, it ridiculous!!! $700 to go for a day and come back the next day... thats almost the same price as going to BD

Australian intercity travel is a joke, specially during a major tournament like the WC. Utterly disappointed.
I feel your pain, I live in Perth. I gave away my Ban V Eng tickets for free. I would have gone but right now there is a lot of work load from uni, and obviously the flight prices. But if bd goes to QF- I am definitely flying to Melbourne

If Mash doesn't play we should play Shafiul- he has had huge contribution in both our victories against England. Maybe he will do it again :P

I am going to WACA today to watch India v WI. For the first time I will be cheering for India. If we finish A4 by beating Eng, I would much rather have India as our opponent than SA.
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Old March 5, 2015, 08:00 PM
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I was always going to be neutral for this match, however, as a long term supporter of England would like to see the country not qualify for the quarter finals, and I think it would mean a whole lot more in Bangladesh if a quarter final place could be secured.

Why do I want England to lose? I believe that a loss at this stage would allow for the sacking of Peter Moores the coach, a rethinking of the banality of appointing Paul Downton and James Whitaker in their positions, and the continued retention of Stuart Broad, who is just a bad apple.

Not that it is likely to happen but I would like to see a clearout of the team, with the likes of Broad gone and Petersen to be brought into the England fold as early as possible. Only a humiliating defeat would allow for that to happen. For there to be a strong and attractive England cricket team, Petersen is a must.

I am sorry that the above seems like a moan. So how can Bangladesh win? Well, the fielding really has to improve. The running between the wicket has to improve too. The likes of Tamim needs to dominate from the front, however, there is a better pace attack to deal with for England. It is not a world class ODI attack but it is several notches better than Scotland. If there is nothing on the pitch, Anderson does not swing the white ball down under. His head goes down too quickly. Stuart Broad has to be carefully managed and encouraged to lose his rhythm. This is not difficult. He is badly out of form so the Bangladeshi batsmen need to score off him heavily, without losing their wickets to him. Finn is expensive but gets wickets. Be on your guard against him. Woakes is actually underrated and one bowler who needs to be very carefully managed. On his day, the bearded Ali is rather a useful spinner. Don't try to hit him out of the park as he is better than he looks.

In terms of batting the class players are Root and Bell. Ali will either score heavily or get frustrated and get out. I am not sure if Balance will play, but if he does, cut out the singles. The two pinch hitters in the middle order are actually capable of doing much damage on their day. The captain is woefully out of form and not a very good captain really.

The way to defeat England would be to be inventive. You really have to believe that England is a truly regimental team. They plan for all eventuality, however, there is not enough brainpower there to work things out if these plans do not come to fruition.

England is odds on favourite. Bangladesh would have to play 50% better than yesterday's performance. However, England is the only top test team in this ODI tournament that Bangladesh is truly capable of beating. Believe, believe and believe. Stop every run possible and improve the rate of hitting the wickets when it comes to fielding! The bowlers need to control the innings, pace is not everything but variety and control is.
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Old March 5, 2015, 08:38 PM
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Hey, it's Puck our Telegraph loving bilati fan. How you been man - been a while? Completely agree with your points about the match, though I'm shocked that you are not toting the establishment view and actually championing for a ferriner (South African albeit) to come back and for a salt-of-the-earth Englishman like Broad to be banished. There is hope for you yet
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Old March 5, 2015, 08:41 PM
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I was always going to be neutral for this match, however, as a long term supporter of England would like to see the country not qualify for the quarter finals, and I think it would mean a whole lot more in Bangladesh if a quarter final place could be secured.

Why do I want England to lose? I believe that a loss at this stage would allow for the sacking of Peter Moores the coach, a rethinking of the banality of appointing Paul Downton and James Whitaker in their positions, and the continued retention of Stuart Broad, who is just a bad apple.

Not that it is likely to happen but I would like to see a clearout of the team, with the likes of Broad gone and Petersen to be brought into the England fold as early as possible. Only a humiliating defeat would allow for that to happen. For there to be a strong and attractive England cricket team, Petersen is a must.

I am sorry that the above seems like a moan. So how can Bangladesh win? Well, the fielding really has to improve. The running between the wicket has to improve too. The likes of Tamim needs to dominate from the front, however, there is a better pace attack to deal with for England. It is not a world class ODI attack but it is several notches better than Scotland. If there is nothing on the pitch, Anderson does not swing the white ball down under. His head goes down too quickly. Stuart Broad has to be carefully managed and encouraged to lose his rhythm. This is not difficult. He is badly out of form so the Bangladeshi batsmen need to score off him heavily, without losing their wickets to him. Finn is expensive but gets wickets. Be on your guard against him. Woakes is actually underrated and one bowler who needs to be very carefully managed. On his day, the bearded Ali is rather a useful spinner. Don't try to hit him out of the park as he is better than he looks.

In terms of batting the class players are Root and Bell. Ali will either score heavily or get frustrated and get out. I am not sure if Balance will play, but if he does, cut out the singles. The two pinch hitters in the middle order are actually capable of doing much damage on their day. The captain is woefully out of form and not a very good captain really.

The way to defeat England would be to be inventive. You really have to believe that England is a truly regimental team. They plan for all eventuality, however, there is not enough brainpower there to work things out if these plans do not come to fruition.

England is odds on favourite. Bangladesh would have to play 50% better than yesterday's performance. However, England is the only top test team in this ODI tournament that Bangladesh is truly capable of beating. Believe, believe and believe. Stop every run possible and improve the rate of hitting the wickets when it comes to fielding! The bowlers need to control the innings, pace is not everything but variety and control is.
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I was always going to be neutral for this match, however, as a long term supporter of England would like to see the country not qualify for the quarter finals, and I think it would mean a whole lot more in Bangladesh if a quarter final place could be secured.

Why do I want England to lose? I believe that a loss at this stage would allow for the sacking of Peter Moores the coach, a rethinking of the banality of appointing Paul Downton and James Whitaker in their positions, and the continued retention of Stuart Broad, who is just a bad apple.
Also- if Bangladesh and Ireland can qualify for QF by knocking out England and Pakistan, it will definitely force David Richardson to consider scrapping the 10-Team-WC model for 2019. A 10 team world cup just feel like an extended version of The Champions Trophy, and would be much more boring to watch. And the irony is it was England who wanted a 10 team world cup, their argument was Associate nations don't put up any competition. I would just love to see their reactions and what they have to say after England returns home right after group stages, much like most associate nations.
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Old March 5, 2015, 09:47 PM
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I was always going to be neutral for this match, however, as a long term supporter of England would like to see the country not qualify for the quarter finals, and I think it would mean a whole lot more in Bangladesh if a quarter final place could be secured.

Why do I want England to lose? I believe that a loss at this stage would allow for the sacking of Peter Moores the coach, a rethinking of the banality of appointing Paul Downton and James Whitaker in their positions, and the continued retention of Stuart Broad, who is just a bad apple.

Not that it is likely to happen but I would like to see a clearout of the team, with the likes of Broad gone and Petersen to be brought into the England fold as early as possible. Only a humiliating defeat would allow for that to happen. For there to be a strong and attractive England cricket team, Petersen is a must.

I am sorry that the above seems like a moan. So how can Bangladesh win? Well, the fielding really has to improve. The running between the wicket has to improve too. The likes of Tamim needs to dominate from the front, however, there is a better pace attack to deal with for England. It is not a world class ODI attack but it is several notches better than Scotland. If there is nothing on the pitch, Anderson does not swing the white ball down under. His head goes down too quickly. Stuart Broad has to be carefully managed and encouraged to lose his rhythm. This is not difficult. He is badly out of form so the Bangladeshi batsmen need to score off him heavily, without losing their wickets to him. Finn is expensive but gets wickets. Be on your guard against him. Woakes is actually underrated and one bowler who needs to be very carefully managed. On his day, the bearded Ali is rather a useful spinner. Don't try to hit him out of the park as he is better than he looks.

In terms of batting the class players are Root and Bell. Ali will either score heavily or get frustrated and get out. I am not sure if Balance will play, but if he does, cut out the singles. The two pinch hitters in the middle order are actually capable of doing much damage on their day. The captain is woefully out of form and not a very good captain really.

The way to defeat England would be to be inventive. You really have to believe that England is a truly regimental team. They plan for all eventuality, however, there is not enough brainpower there to work things out if these plans do not come to fruition.

England is odds on favourite. Bangladesh would have to play 50% better than yesterday's performance. However, England is the only top test team in this ODI tournament that Bangladesh is truly capable of beating. Believe, believe and believe. Stop every run possible and improve the rate of hitting the wickets when it comes to fielding! The bowlers need to control the innings, pace is not everything but variety and control is.
We can beat WI, PAK, SL too in this world cup, unless by top team you meant the big 4.
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Old March 5, 2015, 11:36 PM
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finally the time has come!! yaaahhzzz! my most awaited match in this world cup. uuuhhh the thing we will do!!!! ooooo time to get exited!!! im almost jumping up and down.

winning this match would make the 3 little piggys feel a bite and most importantly, get us through. So cmon Bangladesh!!!! wake up!!!
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Old March 6, 2015, 12:37 AM
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I think I have the worst luck when it comes to games! My family and I are driving to Adelaide . All the days are looking bright and sunny, apart from the day the game is going to be. 60% chance of rain in the morning. So much LOL.
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Old March 6, 2015, 12:46 AM
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Bowlers need to get it together. The amount of hit me balls watching these highlights is unbelievable. Bowling length balls at death is suicide. Far too many length balls, short hit me balls. Need yorkers, wide yorkers, slower short ball and if short balls are to be bolwed then as a surprise at the badge. As for spinners to many long hops from riyad. Energy in the field also needed many looked uninterested.
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Old March 6, 2015, 12:58 AM
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I think I have the worst luck when it comes to games! My family and I are driving to Adelaide . All the days are looking bright and sunny, apart from the day the game is going to be. 60% chance of rain in the morning. So much LOL.
Oh no Antora is gonna make it rain again.
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Antora khelate dekhte aslei rain hoy. First Aus and now Eng
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Antora khelate dekhte aslei rain hoy. First Aus and now Eng
Antora = Q-final!
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It has been good to see the new boys sabbir and Soumya score well in recent matches. To beat England the seniors need to take responsibility (they could start by batting higher up the order) and let the youngsters express and enjoy themselves.
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Old March 6, 2015, 02:29 AM
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Antora = Q-final!
But also Losing 2 Points from two game. We could have been the grp champ and play Ireland in the QF
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Old March 6, 2015, 02:54 AM
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Guys, is Mahmudullah fine? He was in pain when he left the ground.
I've the same Q. Should be OK, but someone please confirm.

Game is 3 days after Scotland game, and Mash has a niggle. England has had 4 extra days of rest and preparation, and that's a disadvantage.
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