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Old February 8, 2016, 03:37 PM
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Default **Semi-Final Match Thread=>Bangladesh Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s|Thursday, Feb 11th|@ SBNS**



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After a thrilling quarter-final match against Nepal, the Bangladesh youths have made it into the semi-final stage. None of their other teams across the other formats have made it this far. It is new territory.

The West Indies youths, on the other hand, had to scrape to get into the Quarter-finals by way of Mankading. They won against Pakistan comprehensively. Their pacers took advantage of the early morning conditions, and Bangladesh might want to do the same in this match also.

Najmul Hossain Shanto is leading in the batting averages with a healthy 104.00
Alzarri Joseph is tied on 4th spot with Mohammed Saifuddin-9 wickets. But Joseph is going at a miserly economy of 2.89 compared to Saifuddin's 3.40

Hope to see a good game and a good crowd turnout at Mirpur.

I'm ambivalent on whom to back. Supporting both teams...May the best team wins.\

Go West Indies!!

Go Bangladesh
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Old February 8, 2016, 04:53 PM
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Lol in the WI pic the guy(in the middle) who is pointing upwards seems like screaming "togo khaisi"
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Old February 8, 2016, 05:01 PM
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Lol in the WI pic the guy(in the middle) who is pointing upwards seems like screaming "togo khaisi"
I think he is Gidron Pope.
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Old February 8, 2016, 06:28 PM
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Get Pope and the captain out early, this game will be over sooner than you think. Both is their best bat and can hit for fun unlike Saif

Spinners will be the key for us.

Would like Saif to be drop and Joyraz to open with Pinak. Nazmul at 3, Zakir at 4, Mehdy at 5, Hayat at 6 (replacing Saif), Saifuddin at 7, And Saeed at 8. Bat till 8, and some fire power too.

Come in Mehedy and coach, drop Saif...
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Old February 8, 2016, 09:51 PM
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Nice thread aklemalp

All the best to my Tigers

Keep calm and win the match
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Old February 8, 2016, 09:59 PM
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Nice thread aklemalp

All the best to my Tigers

Keep calm and win the match
Thanks KP bhaiya...it's one of those games for me where there's a win-win situation
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Old February 8, 2016, 10:49 PM
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Hey Akelamp, may I know where you are from originally? I can see you stay in Guawana, but are you a Bengali by birth and brought up there? Just curious
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Old February 8, 2016, 11:02 PM
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Hey Akelamp, may I know where you are from originally? I can see you stay in Guawana, but are you a Bengali by birth and brought up there? Just curious
I was born and raised in Guyana. Home for me. Not a Bengali...
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I was born and raised in Guyana. Home for me. Not a Bengali...
Your parents bangali?
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The opposition has pope who plays like modern openers. We have Saif
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Old February 8, 2016, 11:31 PM
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Your parents bangali?
No brother. We're all Guyanese
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No brother. We're all Guyanese
bro I have a qus for you, Guyana is the only carabian nation that is on south america, you guys even share border with Brazil i think, so why isnt football a popular sport in Guyana?
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Old February 8, 2016, 11:55 PM
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bro I have a qus for you, Guyana is the only carabian nation that is on south america, you guys even share border with Brazil i think, so why isnt football a popular sport in Guyana?
Even tho we're on mainland south America, we do have and share a lot in common with the islands of the Caribbean....since the British ruled us before our independence...cricket was and is a staple in the region.

Yes, we do share a border with Brazil..but one of the reasons as to why football is not that big is because of the language barrier that separates us. We speak english and they speak portugese. Furthermore, in the country side where I am from, cricket is #1..while in the city, football is giving cricket a run for its money....

Under-19 captain Shimron Hetmyer is from the same county as me...cricket is strongest there than any other part of the country.

Cricket is primary and football is secondary...as far as I'm concerned.
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Old February 9, 2016, 01:11 AM
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I was born and raised in Guyana. Home for me. Not a Bengali...
Wow, a West Indian Tiger fan, nice to meet ya!!!

How did it all begin? I mean there are other teams around too... Looks like you follow the tigers almost like a tiger fan!
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Old February 9, 2016, 05:12 AM
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Size e to mone hoy amra shoman shoman, so its all in the strength.
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Old February 9, 2016, 06:53 AM
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জয় ছাড়া গতি নাই
ইসস্‌ইরে মাত্র দুইটা খেলায় আর জিতা লাগে কাপটায় হাত দিতে

জব্বর একটা খেইল দিয়া জিত্তা যা ছোট্ট বাঘেরা.............
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Lol in the WI pic the guy(in the middle) who is pointing upwards seems like screaming "togo khaisi"
more like " tui amar deho pabi, kintu mon pabi na "
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more like " tui amar deho pabi, kintu mon pabi na "
Mon diya ki dhoia pani khaibo?
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Old February 9, 2016, 12:55 PM
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Please keep up the spirit of the game WIndies, you are from the land of Greenidge, Haynes, Walsh, Ambrose, Lara, Chanderpaul - do not go Mankading just so you can steal a win.
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Old February 9, 2016, 01:14 PM
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Damn, why the wait is so long!
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Old February 9, 2016, 01:22 PM
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So this is the big one huh Tiger friends?

BD are clearly favourites being at home and with all their experience and so forth. And a lot of people are looking at the three matches the sides played before the world cup started as to how this game might go. Personally though i wouldn't take it too seriously considering those three games were the first time this team had played together and also their first matches for several months.

The first two were wipeouts but i think the third game our boys really should have won in the end. This team has gotten over 220 in all of the games thus far but the problem was Joseph was the only top class performer in the bowling unit. Now Holder has joined him both looked sensational against Pakistan and from our perspective we would hope they could do more damage with the new ball.

It was also very encouraging to see the skipper Hetmyer finally fire!!!..the batting had been carried mainly by Pope and Spinger but Hetty came to the party, Imlach was calm at the top and Paul finished off the game for us...so the batting is coming together nicely but i do wonder if Carty will keep his place or the young 16 year old Stewert might come in!!!..a kid who is very good at playing the anchor role.

Against Nepal BD seemed nervous so it will be interesting to see how they handle this game!!...the pressure will be all of them tbh so i hope our boys play on that by keeping things tight in the field and attacking the bowling early when we bat.
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Old February 9, 2016, 01:50 PM
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Are we going to have, India Bangladesh Finals !! And crush India !!
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Old February 9, 2016, 01:53 PM
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Wow, a West Indian Tiger fan, nice to meet ya!!!

How did it all begin? I mean there are other teams around too... Looks like you follow the tigers almost like a tiger fan!
He does and he's a bigger tiger fan than many Bangladeshis !!
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Our game to lose this. Going by recent records at the U-19 level this should be a non-contest and we should win it easy but this is cricket and stranger things have happened.

Hope we don't let the pressure get to us. Fingers crossed for a victory.
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Where is Austin & other glittered Indian fans ?? LoL
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