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Old June 10, 2017, 02:03 PM
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Default Let's get serious. Deficiencies and preparation for whomever we may meet.

Okay enough fun guys. We really need to prepare hard.
  • I think we should be more wary of new ball. Before edging to slip was a major issue, now it always seems to be inability to defend the ones where they bowl straight at stumps keeping tight line and length hoping for lbw or caught behind in the opening overs.
  • Start slow first.
  • Keep up with the same pressure at death.
  • Fizz issue. A stat showed how his economy increases (decreases) by nearly a run against right handers. At any rate, what should Walsh work with him?
  • I know it depends on who we play, but four pacers again? Thoughts?
  • Possible squad?
  • Any stats on how we have improve on rotation of strike and if we improved our dot ball percentage?
  • Be prepared to either score or chase 320-350 plus any time soon.
  • Carry on guys...

On a separate note I like what Cricket Australia is doing to practice yorkers. Bowling under a bar...
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Old June 10, 2017, 02:07 PM
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I think against SA we should play Miraz.

They have de Kock Duminy and Miller. Parnell is a lefty.

Need a quality offie if we face SA

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Old June 10, 2017, 02:15 PM
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Some stats for perspective and reconnaissance:

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Player	             Mat	Inns	NO	Runs	HS	Ave	 BF	SR	100	50	0	4s	6s
KS Williamson (NZ)	3	3	0	244	100	81.33	264	92.42	1	2	0	21	3
Tamim Iqbal (BD)	3	3	0	223	128	74.33	258	86.43	1	1	1	18	6
JE Root (ENG)	        3	3	1	212	133*	106.00	208	101.92	1	1	0	17	3
S Dhawan (INDIA)	2	2	0	193	125	96.50	193	100.00	1	1	0	21	2
EJG Morgan (ENG)	3	3	1	175	87	87.50	154	113.63	0	2	0	18	7
RG Sharma (INDIA)	2	2	0	169	91	84.50	198	85.35	0	2	0	13	5
Shakib Al Hasan (BD)	3	3	0	153	114	51.00	171	89.47	1	0	0	15	1
AD Hales (ENG)	        3	3	0	151	95	50.33	152	99.34	0	2	1	14	4
BA Stokes (ENG)	        3	2	1	150	102*	150.00	162	92.59	1	0	0	17	4
LRPL Taylor (NZ)	3	3	0	148	63	49.33	199	74.37	0	1	0	15	0
HM Amla (SA)	        2	2	0	119	103	59.50	135	88.14	1	0	0	7	2
Mahmudullah (BD)	3	3	2	116	102*	116.00	124	93.54	1	0	0	8	3
Mushfiqur Rahim(BD)	3	3	0	102	79	34.00	126	80.95	0	1	0	10	0
F du Plessis (SA)	2	2	0	101	75	50.50	114	88.59	0	1	0	7	0
BKG Mendis (SL)	        2	2	0	100	89	50.00	103	97.08	0	1	0	13	1
AJ Finch (AUS)	        3	3	0	95	68	31.66	109	87.15	0	1	0	11	0
DA Miller (SA)	        2	2	1	93	75*	93.00	126	73.80	0	1	0	2	4
MDKJ Perera (SL)	2	2	2	91	47*	-	        110	82.72	0	0	0	10	0
JC Buttler (ENG)	3	2	2	90	61*	-	          80	112.50	0	1	0	5	3
MJ Guptill (NZ)	        3	3	0	86	33	28.66	90	95.55	0	0	0	13	1
SPD Smith (AUS)	        3	3	2	86	56	86.00	108	79.62	0	1	0	8	0
V Kohli (INDIA)	        2	2	1	81	81*	81.00	73	110.95	0	1	1	6	3
L Ronchi (NZ)	        3	3	0	81	65	27.00	62	130.64	0	1	1	11	3
DA Warner (AUS)	        3	3	1	79	40*	39.50	85	92.94	0	0	0	7	1
MD Gunathilaka (SL)	1	1	0	76	76	76.00	72	105.55	0	1	0	7	2
TM Head (AUS)	        3	1	1	71	71*	-	        64	110.93	0	1	0	5	2
MS Dhoni (INDIA)	2	1	0	63	63	63.00	52	121.15	0	1	0	7	2
NT Broom (NZ)	        3	3	0	61	36	20.33	80	76.25	0	0	0	4	0
Yuvraj Singh (INDIA)	2	2	0	60	53	30.00	50	120.00	0	1	0	8	1
Azhar Ali (PAK)	        2	2	0	59	50	29.50	87	67.81	0	1	0	7	0
MD Hafeez (PK)	        2	2	0	59	33	29.50	96	61.45	0	0	0	3	1
WU Tharanga (SL)	1	1	0	57	57	57.00	69	82.60	0	1	0	6	0
Q de Kock (SA)	        2	2	0	56	33	28.00	91	61.53	0	0	0	4	0
AD Mathews (SL)	        1	1	1	52	52*	-	        45	115.55	0	1	0	6	0
N Dickwella (SL)	2	2	0	48	41	24.00	51	94.11	0	0	0	5	1
CH Morris (SA)	        2	2	0	48	28	24.00	64	75.00	0	0	0	4	0
JDS Neesham (NZ)	3	3	0	47	23	15.66	48	97.91	0	0	0	4	1
JP Duminy (SA)	        2	2	1	46	38*	46.00	34	135.29	0	0	0	5	1
Sabbir Rahman (BD)	3	3	0	40	24	13.33	38	105.26	0	0	0	5	0
Babar Azam (PAK)	2	2	1	39	31*	39.00	63	61.90	0	0	0	5	0
DAS Gunaratne (SL)	2	2	1	38	34*	38.00	34	111.76	0	0	0	2	2
MC Henriques (AUS)	3	2	0	35	18	17.50	33	106.06	0	0	0	7	0
Soumya Sarkar (BD)	3	3	0	34	28	11.33	58	58.62	0	0	0	4	1
Fakhar Zaman (PAK)	1	1	0	31	31	31.00	23	134.78	0	0	0	6	0
Shoaib Malik (PAK)	2	2	1	31	16*	31.00	23	134.78	0	0	0	5	1
HH Pandya (INDIA)	2	2	1	29	20*	29.00	11	263.63	0	0	0	0	4
AF Milne (NZ)	        3	3	0	28	11	9.33	        26	107.69	0	0	0	3	0
K Rabada (SA)	        2	1	0	26	26	26.00	23	113.04	0	0	0	2	0
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Player	              Mat	Inns	Overs	Mdns	Runs	Wkts	BBI	Ave	Econ	SR	4	5
JR Hazlewood (AUS)	3	3	28.0	0	142	9	6/52	15.77	5.07	18.6	0	1
LE Plunkett (ENG)	3	3	27.3	0	163	8	4/55	20.37	5.92	20.6	2	0
AU Rashid (ENG)	        2	2	20.0	1	88	6	4/41	14.66	4.40	20.0	1	0
AF Milne (NZ)	        3	3	21.2	0	146	6	3/79	24.33	6.84	21.3	0	0
TG Southee (NZ)	        3	3	21.3	1	104	5	3/45	20.80	4.83	25.8	0	0
MA Wood (ENG)	        3	3	29.0	2	123	5	4/33	24.60	4.24	34.8	1	0
MA Starc (AUS)	        3	3	27.3	2	133	5	4/29	26.60	4.83	33.0	1	0
Imran Tahir (SA)	2	2	12.3	0	43	4	4/27	10.75	3.44	18.7	1	0
M Morkel (SA)	        2	2	13.0	1	49	4	3/18	12.25	3.76	19.5	0	0
Hasan Ali (PAK)	        2	2	18.0	1	94	4	3/24	23.50	5.22	27.0	0	0
Mosaddek Hossain(B)     2	2	10.2	0	60	3	3/13	20.00	5.80	20.6	0	0
CJ Anderson (NZ)	3	2	12.0	0	74	3	3/55	24.66	6.16	24.0	0	0
UT Yadav (INDIA)	2	2	17.2	1	97	3	3/30	32.33	5.59	34.6	0	0
N Pradeep (SL)	        2	2	20.0	0	127	3	2/54	42.33	6.35	40.0	0	0
TA Boult (NZ)	        3	3	24.0	0	132	3	1/28	44.00	5.50	48.0	0	0
BA Stokes (ENG)	        3	3	23.0	0	149	3	1/42	49.66	6.47	46.0	0	0
JT Ball (ENG)	        3	3	27.0	4	174	3	2/31	58.00	6.44	54.0	0	0
Taskin Ahmed (BD)	1	1	8.0	0	43	2	2/43	21.50	5.37	24.0	0	0
Junaid Khan (PAK)	1	1	9.0	0	53	2	2/53	26.50	5.88	27.0	0	0
CH Morris (SA)	        2	2	12.0	1	54	2	2/32	27.00	4.50	36.0	0	0
A Zampa (AUS)	        2	2	12.2	1	65	2	2/13	32.50	5.27	37.0	0	0
JW Hastings (AUS)	1	1	9.0	0	69	2	2/69	34.50	7.66	27.0	0	0
B Kumar (INDIA)	        2	2	15.0	1	77	2	1/23	38.50	5.13	45.0	0	0
Imad Wasim (PAK)	2	2	17.1	0	86	2	2/20	43.00	5.00	51.5	0	0
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Best bowling figures in an innings

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Player	      Overs	Mdns	Runs	Wkts	Econ		Team	Opposition	Ground	Match Date	Scorecard
JR Hazlewood	9.0	0	52	6	5.77		Australia	v New Zealand	Birmingham	2 Jun 2017	ODI # 3876
Imran Tahir	8.3	0	27	4	3.17		South Africa	v Sri Lanka	The Oval	3 Jun 2017	ODI # 3877
MA Starc           8.3	2	29	4	3.41		Australia	v Bangladesh	The Oval	5 Jun 2017	ODI # 3879
MA Wood	        10.0	1	33	4	3.30		England	v Australia	Birmingham	10 Jun 2017	ODI # 3885
AU Rashid	        10.0	1	41	4	4.10		England	v Australia	Birmingham	10 Jun 2017	ODI # 3885
LE Plunkett	 9.3	0	55	4	5.78		England	v New Zealand	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
LE Plunkett	10.0	0	59	4	5.90		England	v Bangladesh	The Oval	1 Jun 2017	ODI # 3875
Mosaddek Ho	 3.0	0	13	3	4.33		Bangladesh	v New Zealand	Cardiff	9 Jun 2017	ODI # 3883
M Morkel	         7.0	1	18	3	2.57		South Africa	v Pakistan	Birmingham	7 Jun 2017	ODI # 3881
Hasan Ali	         8.0	1	24	3	3.00		Pakistan	v South Africa	Birmingham	7 Jun 2017	ODI # 3881
UT Yadav	         7.4	1	30	3	3.91		India	v Pakistan	Birmingham	4 Jun 2017	ODI # 3878
TG Southee	 9.0	1	45	3	5.00		New Zealand	v Bangladesh	Cardiff	9 Jun 2017	ODI # 3883
CJ Anderson	 9.0	0	55	3	6.11		New Zealand	v England	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
AF Milne	       10.0	0	79	3	7.90		New Zealand	v England	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
AF Milne	        2.0	0	9	2	4.50		New Zealand	v Australia	Birmingham	2 Jun 2017	ODI # 3876
A Zampa	        4.0	1	13	2	3.25		Australia	v Bangladesh	The Oval	5 Jun 2017	ODI # 3879
Imad Wasim	8.0	0	20	2	2.50		Pakistan	v South Africa	Birmingham	7 Jun 2017	ODI # 3881
JT Ball	        8.0	2	31	2	3.87		England	v New Zealand	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
CH Morris	        7.0	0	32	2	4.57		South Africa	v Sri Lanka	The Oval	3 Jun 2017	ODI # 3877
HH Pandya	8.0	0	43	2	5.37		India	v Pakistan	Birmingham	4 Jun 2017	ODI # 3878
RA Jadeja	        8.0	0	43	2	5.37		India	v Pakistan	Birmingham	4 Jun 2017	ODI # 3878
Taskin Ahmed	8.0	0	43	2	5.37		Bangladesh	v New Zealand	Cardiff	9 Jun 2017	ODI # 3883
TG Southee	9.3	0	44	2	4.63		New Zealand	v England	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
AU Rashid	      10.0	0	47	2	4.70		England	v New Zealand	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
JR Hazlewood	9.0	0	50	2	5.55		Australia	v England	Birmingham	10 Jun 2017	ODI # 3885
Junaid Khan	9.0	0	53	2	5.88		Pakistan	v South Africa	Birmingham	7 Jun 2017	ODI # 3881
N Pradeep	      10.0	0	54	2	5.40		Sri Lanka	v South Africa	The Oval	3 Jun 2017	ODI # 3877
JW Hastings	9.0	0	69	2	7.66		Australia	v New Zealand	Birmingham	2 Jun 2017	ODI # 3876
SL Malinga	10.0	0	70	2	7.00		Sri Lanka	v India	The Oval	8 Jun 2017	ODI # 3882
http://stats.espncricinfo.com/icc-ch...ype=tournament
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Old June 10, 2017, 02:16 PM
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Best economy rates
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Player	              Mat	Overs	Mdns	Runs	Wkts	BBI	Ave	Econ	SR	4	5
CR Woakes (ENG)	        1	2.0	1	4	0	-	-	2.00	-	0	0
Imran Tahir (SA)	2	12.3	0	43	4	4/27	10.75	3.44	18.7	1	0
JP Duminy (SA)	        2	2.0	0	7	0	-	-	3.50	-	0	0
M Morkel (SA)	        2	13.0	1	49	4	3/18	12.25	3.76	19.5	0	0
Mehedi Hasan(B)	        1	1.0	0	4	0	-	-	4.00	-	0	0
MA Wood (ENG)	        3	29.0	2	123	5	4/33	24.60	4.24	34.8	1	0
AU Rashid (ENG)	        2	20.0	1	88	6	4/41	14.66	4.40	20.0	1	0
CH Morris (SA)	        2	12.0	1	54	2	2/32	27.00	4.50	36.0	0	0
MD Amir (PK)	        2	18.1	1	82	0	-	-	4.51	-	0	0
TM Head (AUS)	        3	14.0	0	64	1	1/33	64.00	4.57	84.0	0	0
Shadab Khan (PAK)	2	15.0	0	72	1	1/52	72.00	4.80	90.0	0	0
MA Starc (AUS)	        3	27.3	2	133	5	4/29	26.60	4.83	33.0	1	0
TG Southee (NZ)	        3	21.3	1	104	5	3/45	20.80	4.83	25.8	0	0
MM Ali (ENG)	        3	13.0	1	64	0	-	-	4.92	-	0	0
JJ Bumrah (INDIA)	2	15.0	0	75	0	-	-	5.00	-	0	0
Shoaib Malik (PAK)	2	2.0	0	10	0	-	-	5.00	-	0	0
Imad Wasim (PAK)	2	17.1	0	86	2	2/20	43.00	5.00	51.5	0	0
Mashrafe Mortaza(BD)    3	26.0	1	131	1	1/56	131.00	5.03	156.0	0	0
JR Hazlewood (AUS)	3	28.0	0	142	9	6/52	15.77	5.07	18.6	0	1
MD Hafeez (PAK)	        2	10.0	0	51	1	1/51	51.00	5.10	60.0	0	0
MD Gunathilaka (SL)	1	8.0	0	41	0	-	-	5.12	-	0	0
B Kumar (INDIA)	        2	15.0	1	77	2	1/23	38.50	5.13	45.0	0	0
Hasan Ali (PAK)	        2	18.0	1	94	4	3/24	23.50	5.22	27.0	0	0
A Zampa (AUS)	        2	12.2	1	65	2	2/13	32.50	5.27	37.0	0	0
Taskin Ahmed (BD)	1	8.0	0	43	2	2/43	21.50	5.37	24.0	0	0
DAS Gunaratne (SL)	2	13.0	0	71	1	1/7	71.00	5.46	78.0	0	0
K Rabada (SA)	        2	15.0	2	82	1	1/46	82.00	5.46	90.0	0	
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Player	               Mat	Overs	Mdns	Runs	Wkts	BBI	Ave	Econ	SR	4	5
Imran Tahir (SA)	2	12.3	0	43	4	4/27	10.75	3.44	18.7	1	0
M Morkel (SA)	        2	13.0	1	49	4	3/18	12.25	3.76	19.5	0	0
Sabbir Rahman (BD)	3	1.0	0	13	1	1/13	13.00	13.00	6.0	0	0
AU Rashid (ENG)	        2	20.0	1	88	6	4/41	14.66	4.40	20.0	1	0
JR Hazlewood (AUS)	3	28.0	0	142	9	6/52	15.77	5.07	18.6	0	1
Mosaddek Hossain(BD)2	10.2	0	60	3	3/13	20.00	5.80	20.6	0	0
LE Plunkett (ENG)	3	27.3	0	163	8	4/55	20.37	5.92	20.6	2	0
TG Southee (NZ)	        3	21.3	1	104	5	3/45	20.80	4.83	25.8	0	0
Taskin Ahmed (BD)	1	8.0	0	43	2	2/43	21.50	5.37	24.0	0	0
Hasan Ali (PAK)	        2	18.0	1	94	4	3/24	23.50	5.22	27.0	0	0
AF Milne (NZ)	        3	21.2	0	146	6	3/79	24.33	6.84	21.3	0	0
MA Wood (ENG)	        3	29.0	2	123	5	4/33	24.60	4.24	34.8	1	0
CJ Anderson (NZ)	3	12.0	0	74	3	3/55	24.66	6.16	24.0	0	0
Junaid Khan (PAK)	1	9.0	0	53	2	2/53	26.50	5.88	27.0	0	0
MA Starc (AUS)	        3	27.3	2	133	5	4/29	26.60	4.83	33.0	1	0
CH Morris (SA)	        2	12.0	1	54	2	2/32	27.00	4.50	36.0	0	0
UT Yadav (INDIA)	2	17.2	1	97	3	3/30	32.33	5.59	34.6	0	0
A Zampa (AUS)	        2	12.2	1	65	2	2/13	32.50	5.27	37.0	0	0
JW Hastings (AUS)	1	9.0	0	69	2	2/69	34.50	7.66	27.0	0	0
B Kumar (INDIA)	        2	15.0	1	77	2	1/23	38.50	5.13	45.0	0	0
N Pradeep (SL)	        2	20.0	0	127	3	2/54	42.33	6.35	40.0	0	0
Imad Wasim (PAK)	2	17.1	0	86	2	2/20	43.00	5.00	51.5	0	0
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Highest partnerships by wicket

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Wkt	Runs		Partners	Team	Opposition	Ground	Match Date	Scorecard
1st	138		RG Sharma, S Dhawan	India	v Sri Lanka	The Oval	8 Jun 2017	ODI # 3882
2nd	159		AD Hales, JE Root	England	v Bangladesh	The Oval	1 Jun 2017	ODI # 3875
2nd	159		MD Gunathilaka, BKG Mendis	Sri Lanka	v India	The Oval	8 Jun 2017	ODI # 3882
3rd	166		Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim	Bangladesh	v England	The Oval	1 Jun 2017	ODI # 3875
4th	159		EJG Morgan, BA Stokes	England	v Australia	Birmingham	10 Jun 2017	ODI # 3885
5th	224		Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah	Bangladesh	v New Zealand	Cardiff	9 Jun 2017	ODI # 3883
6th	45		JP Duminy, CH Morris	South Africa	v Sri Lanka	The Oval	3 Jun 2017	ODI # 3877
7th	47		DA Miller, CH Morris	South Africa	v Pakistan	Birmingham	7 Jun 2017	ODI # 3881
8th	49		JC Buttler, LE Plunkett	England	v New Zealand	Cardiff	6 Jun 2017	ODI # 3880
9th	13*		MJ Santner, TG Southee	New Zealand	v Bangladesh	Cardiff	9 Jun 2017	ODI # 3883
10th	23*		TM Head, JR Hazlewood	Australia	v England	Birmingham	10 Jun 2017	ODI # 3885
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Different strategy depending upon whether India or SA. Against SA we need Miraz. Against India, four pacers probably
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Different strategy depending upon whether India or SA. Against SA we need Miraz. Against India, four pacers probably
Yeah. But some things are constant. I know we have a strong squad and probably we will tweak little, but Soumya was woeful this tournament. This remains a concern.
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In the scoring dept we can count on at least any two of our experienced campaigners clicking- Tamim, Mushy, Shak, Mahmudullah. We need at least one of the new guys (Soumya, Sabbir, Mosa) to also contribute.
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Bd vs South Africa semi
Bd vs England final
Bd taking the trophy.

Tamim
Sarkar
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Miraz
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Bangladesh got their balance right,they have no option but back Sabbir at 3,the spinners and 4 pacemen is right balance and horses for courses.
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We need properly assess and understand how to handle swing bowling and seam movement. Just need to survive and see of the early threat(if any)
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Bd vs South Africa semi
Bd vs England final
Bd taking the trophy.

Tamim
Sarkar
Sabbir
Riad
Musfiq
Sakib
Mosaddek
Miraz
Taskin
Rubel
Mustafiz

That's my team to win World Cup champions trophy
Where is the captain? Bringing drinks?
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I think against SA we should play Miraz.

They have de Kock Duminy and Miller. Parnell is a lefty.

Need a quality offie if we face SA

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Serious... we need to get serious now??

With four pace/seamers, batting is too shallow. No way around it. Sabbir and Soumya are big weaknesses but I doubt they they will change anything. Any of you really want Kayes back?
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Tamim
Sarkar
Mossadek - lost cause position
Mushfiq
Shakib
Mahmadullah
Sabbir
Mash
Taskin
Rubel
Mustafizur
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We need four pacers

Mash with the new ball

Taskin is a must, as without him we are toothless

Rubel needed at the death

Fizz needed in the middle and death
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I'm more than 75% sure it will be India that will be progressing. Sabbir at #3 is a huge mistake. He has failed. He's better at #6. I would be tempted to move Mushfiqur at #3 and Riyad at #4. I say that because Sarker loses his wicket early, and Shabbir can't rectify it, so it's best to have your best batsman at #3. Shakib, Shabbir, Mosaddek, Mashrafe is enough fire-power should we need it. This will be my XI should we face India (most likely).

Tamim, Sarker, Mushfiqur, Mahmudullah, Shakib, Shabbir, Mosaddek, Mashrafe, Rubel, Taskin and Mustafizur. 7 batsman is enough for Bangladesh. Plenty of bowling options. Mosaddek can do the job as a off-spinner.

We wouldn't have won the game against New Zealand hadn't we included Taskin. What Taskin brings is pace & bounce: something Mashrafe, Rubel and Mustafizur don't offer. Taskin may not be as quick as Rubel, but is quick enough with his height.

The newer players need to fire with the bat.
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Serious... we need to get serious now??

With four pace/seamers, batting is too shallow. No way around it. Sabbir and Soumya are big weaknesses but I doubt they they will change anything. Any of you really want Kayes back?
Lol, it was more of 'let's focus'... not as in 'stern-pony-tailed-teacher-in-glasses-shaking-plastic-ruler' type of 'let's get serious kids'.
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I don't want players to have their heads in the clouds.

I think we have a good team. Only Shabbir shouldn't be batting at 3/4.
You can't really change much in a few days in terms of other things really.

Areas which have been poor:
- inside ring fielding has been poor. Can't stop singles
- top order doesn't rotate strike as often
- Fizz and Shakib not getting length in first part of their bowling
- body language is poor and the guys not pumped up
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In subcontinental pitches, Shabbir at 3 could be a viable option. But in English conditions against quality bowling, we shouldn't take a chance.

Even though it is South Africa or Srilanka we face in the semi finals, I still think Saikat is a better option than Miraz.
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I don't want players to have their heads in the clouds.

I think we have a good team. Only Shabbir shouldn't be batting at 3/4.
You can't really change much in a few days in terms of other things really.

Areas which have been poor:
- inside ring fielding has been poor. Can't stop singles
- top order doesn't rotate strike as often
- Fizz and Shakib not getting length in first part of their bowling
- body language is poor and the guys not pumped up
Yes. We cannot tank after one helluva performance. Many times before we bombed after some phenomenal wins. Let's hope our boys will cash in on the momentum.

Then again these players are no mug themselves. They can take care of themselves. Just a fun thread for us arm chair fans to kill some time with our moshas.
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I think it's time to focus on the game coming up, having a proper plan. We won't get a chance to play semi final every day and this time it seems the luck is in our side so better be prepared and play to win this and break into final.

I don't think miraz would be very effective in this condition and when we have mosaddek and Riyad who can bowl off spin we should go with four pacers who have done more than a decent job in the last game.
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- Need to use Masri as a Middle Over Pinch Hitter vs the spinners. He's useless against pace in the death.
- Utilize Fizz as an Opening Bowler, Masri and Fizz can both open the bowling.
- Taskin and Rubel can be 1st change
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I would have fly Nasir if it is SA we are playing in the Semi...!
Nasir bowls too flat. Against SA you want some one who gives it air so I will go with Miraz.

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All the senior guys have stepped up. Now it is time for Soumya and Shabbir to show what they are made of. They must score in the biggest game of their lives. If these two fire we can chase down any score
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