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Old August 20, 2017, 01:28 PM
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Thought Mahmuddullah is going to CPL on Monday?
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Old August 20, 2017, 03:35 PM
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Practice match is cancelled as far as I know
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Old August 20, 2017, 03:37 PM
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^^Well, that's just great.

Can't they schedule something else?
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Old August 21, 2017, 08:08 AM
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BCB XI for 2-day practice match against Australians:
Mahmudullah (capt), Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Liton Das, Mominul Haque, Nasir Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Irfan Sukkur, Mohammad Saifuddin, Subashis Roy, Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Tanbir Hayder, Jubair Hossain, Abul Hasan

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If you include Tamim and perhaps Mehedi, that could be our Test Team.
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Old August 21, 2017, 10:22 AM
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It could be a blessing in disguise. I looked at Australia's squad, and I'd be really surprised if they win this series. Both teams will be rusty. I hope the pitches are the same pitches we used for England, but I don't want them to spin to early in the game. Basically, I want to see both these test matches go into the 5th day since any series with Australia is rare these days. Also, the Bangla Cricket channel on YouTube has been inactive for a really long time now, and would like to see more videos return there on a regular bases – I'm still a subscriber.
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Old August 21, 2017, 12:05 PM
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Would've been a great opportunity for guys like shanto and jubair, unfortunate.
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Old August 21, 2017, 05:53 PM
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It could be a blessing in disguise. I looked at Australia's squad, and I'd be really surprised if they win this series. Both teams will be rusty. I hope the pitches are the same pitches we used for England, but I don't want them to spin to early in the game. Basically, I want to see both these test matches go into the 5th day since any series with Australia is rare these days.
The only way to win is to create pitches that spin early. It's the only way we can win, and with the weather, it's the only way we can get a result. It might not be the classy thing to do, but if India can do it then so we can we.
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Old August 22, 2017, 02:50 AM
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Ish.. Abulkey jodi abar dekhtey partam.
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Old August 22, 2017, 03:59 AM
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The only way to win is to create pitches that spin early. It's the only way we can win, and with the weather, it's the only way we can get a result. It might not be the classy thing to do, but if India can do it then so we can we.
This. The only way we can even think of winning a single match against Australia is by dishing out doctored wickets to the aussies where ball will turn square from day 1.

Otherwise, we've absolutely no chance against the mighty Australia.
The only problem with this strategy is N. Lyon. He'll eat our batters for breakfast on these types of wickets.
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Old August 22, 2017, 06:41 AM
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This. The only way we can even think of winning a single match against Australia is by dishing out doctored wickets to the aussies where ball will turn square from day 1.

Otherwise, we've absolutely no chance against the mighty Australia.
The only problem with this strategy is N. Lyon. He'll eat our batters for breakfast on these types of wickets.
We should do the same, just like your beloved India.
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Old August 22, 2017, 06:44 AM
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Yes, Lyon would cause havoc for our shaky LH batsmen (SS, Imrul, Mominul etc.). Tamim can manage him once (if) he is settled. Mushy needs to play calmly. And Sabbir has no hope left...

Aussies normally go offensive playing spinners. Nonetheless they won't have any problem scoring at 4+ RR facing Fizz, Tasking and Shofi. We need a spinny track with Mehedi (offensive) + Taijul (defensive) + Shakib (with hope that he can baffle them with some extra-ordinary deliveries) + Nasir (no idea what he is capable of now).
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Anyone doing fantasy league? Really enjoyed it during SL series.
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This. The only way we can even think of winning a single match against Australia is by dishing out doctored wickets to the aussies where ball will turn square from day 1.

Otherwise, we've absolutely no chance against the mighty Australia.
The only problem with this strategy is N. Lyon. He'll eat our batters for breakfast on these types of wickets.
Not singling you out. There are other fans who also fall into this hyper-critical, hyper-pessimistic category that you exemplify. Old man SS comes to mind For you guys, I wonder why you even bother to follow the team? I mean unless one is a masochist, who would one _choose_ to spend time on something that causes misery and pain? SS at least has grown more optimistic as the team has matured. But if all you see is darkness, why not go away from it?
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Old August 23, 2017, 12:18 AM
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Not singling you out. There are other fans who also fall into this hyper-critical, hyper-pessimistic category that you exemplify. Old man SS comes to mind For you guys, I wonder why you even bother to follow the team? I mean unless one is a masochist, who would one _choose_ to spend time on something that causes misery and pain? SS at least has grown more optimistic as the team has matured. But if all you see is darkness, why not go away from it?
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Old August 23, 2017, 06:52 AM
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Heavy Rain is forecast during all the 5 days in the upcoming test match.
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^^^Arrey Anik bhai saheeb, does it mean Khela ki jomey utheby ana?? E hotey parey naa!

Asoon..Australia-key ebar pakraw korbo!
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Old August 23, 2017, 08:57 AM
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On all 5 days, there is a thunderstorm.
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^^ well thats what you get when you organise a Test match during the monsoon season.
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Old August 23, 2017, 09:19 AM
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^^^Arrey Anik bhai saheeb, does it mean Khela ki jomey utheby ana?? E hotey parey naa!

Asoon..Australia-key ebar pakraw korbo!
Khela jombey naki Jani na, but bristir pani thiki jombey..
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Bangladesh pull rank on Aussie batters
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Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar are in the top 50 batsmen // Getty

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Bangladesh boast the world's best allrounder and a top-order far more potent than the one Australia faced in 2006
For Australia's previous Test tour to Bangladesh in April 2006, the host nation understood that their bowlers might be capable of raising concern among the cricket world's undisputed super power labouring in an unfamiliar environment. But, with just one batter – their stoic captain, Habibul Bashar – rated among the Test game's top 50 they would always struggle to outscore an Australian line-up that featured five names (Ricky Ponting, Matthew Hayden, Damien Martyn, Michael Hussey and Adam Gilchrist) who outranked their skipper on that list

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Whatever the Australians expected of a country most of them had only seen submerged under flood water on the television news, they must have been surprised by what they found on this inaugural tour.

Who knew that Bangladesh would put up a fight in the First Test that threatened an even greater upset than their shock one-day win in Cardiff ten months earlier? Who could have predicted a bloody lunchtime brawl between the media and the police? Or that, despite the tightest precautions the government could muster, Australia's security manager would find himself rushing towards a man training a rifle on the players?

That Australia completed a clean sweep - 2-0 in the Tests and 3-0 in the one-day series - tells only part of the story. It cannot convey the breathtaking boldness of opener Shahriar Nafees in the First Test at Fatullah, where Bangladesh blazed their way to 427 and reduced Australia to 93 for six, or Jason Gillespie's extraordinary composure and pig-headed focus in reaching an astonishing double-hundred as night-watchman in the Second Test at Chittagong. It does not describe how Ricky Ponting, under intense grilling from a 100-strong media throng, admitted he was wrong to question Bangladesh's Test status, or how his team, weary after ten months' non-stop cricket, lashed out at their home board over the decision to allow only four days between their final Test in South Africa and their first in Bangladesh.

The nastiest shock was reserved for security manager Reg Dickason during the First Test. There had been months of planning and checks, guarantees and pledges, assurances and reassurances from the Bangladesh board and government about the players' safety. Then Dickason spotted, on closedcircuit TV, a gunman in a black bandanna in the Fatullah crowd. He rushed towards him, heart in mouth, only to find that the man was a member of the government's Rapid Action Brigade, employed to protect the Australians. A keen cricket lover, he was using the telescopic sight on his rifle to get a better view. Dickason, relieved, persuaded him to desist.
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Read More here: http://www.espncricinfo.com/wisdenal...ry/291089.html
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Old August 23, 2017, 12:27 PM
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^^ well thats what you get when you organise a Test match during the monsoon season.
Bhai u r right. But this year's monsoon was quite unique to be completely honest. I've never experienced this amount of rain in my evtire life.
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Bhai u r right. But this year's monsoon was quite unique to be completely honest. I've never experienced this amount of rain in my evtire life.
Send us some pictures.
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Old August 24, 2017, 09:38 AM
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The most idiotic thing is to schedule games during the rainy season. Makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. This is not the first time Bangladesh has done this.
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