Rajin 4 and Aftab 6?Originally Posted by Prince EWS
Rajin 4 and Aftab 6?Originally Posted by Prince EWS
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Exactly.Originally Posted by James90
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
I'd go with your team James90, but with Rajin at 4 and Aftab at 6.
It does seem the best option. It's a little bit ropey seam bowling-wise, with Aftab as the third seamer, but the other option would be Rasel (I have never rated Shahadat), with Ash & Rajin providing spin cover - which isn't likely to be enough spin in Bangladesh, so I'm probably just rambling...
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The main trouble is that the batting order is too weak to play a third seamer as an all-rounder (Mushfiqur Rahman has been tried), and that the bowling appears too weak to play with two seamers and two spinners. Going in with lots of bits and pieces players isn't going to work either.
The other problem is the pitches: spinning wickets would suit the Bangladeshis against the likes of NZ, SA, WI and England, but against the Asian nations and Warne, who have superior spin attacks, it could be a recipe for disaster. Neither can they produce a flattrack, nor a seamers pitch.
However if Muralitharan was to have something slipped into his coffee, then a crumbling wicket wouldn't be such a bad idea against Sri Lanka.
You've been planning, havent you?Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
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The final group games have been played...
DOHS beat City Club by 53 runs
DOHS 284-9 (50) Tikolo 98, Manjural Islam Rana 69; Kamrul Hasan 4-36
City Club 231 all out (48.3) Tushar Imran 41, Mehrab Hossain jnr 55, Farid Ahmed 36; Shafaq al Zabir 3-40, Khaled Mahmud 3-25 incl. hat-trick
Sonorgaon beat Victoria by 7 wickets
Victoria 94 all out (26.2) Saghir Hossain 45; Tapash Baisya 3-27, Mahbubal Alam 5 for 26
Sonorgaon 100-3 (25.4) Mohammad Ashraful 48*; Wascoroni Palash 3-30
Brothers beat Mohammedan by 5 wickets
Mohammedan 142-9 (41) Sandeep Sharma 59, Shuvo 3-20
Brothers 144-5 (37.4) Rashid Hanif 48, Marshall Ayub 41*
Orient beat Abahani by 3 wickets
Abahani 134 all out (39.3) Niamur Rashid 44; Bashar (not Habibul) 3-19
Orient 135-7 (36.4) Masumud Dowla 67*; Faisal Hossain 3-25
Indira beat Agrani by 3 wickets
Agrani 229 all out (46.4) Imtiaz Hossain 50, Raquibul Hasan 72; Murad Khan 4-27
Indira 231-7 (47.5) Rezaul Haque 43*, Nazmul Hossain 66, Sarkar 3-52
Teams M W T L Pts
Old DOHS11 10 0 1 20
Victoria11 8 0 3 16
MSC 11 7 0 4 14
Sonargaon11 7 0 4 14
Brothers11 6 0 5 12
Biman 10 6 0 4 12
City Club 11 6 0 5 12
Kalabagan 10 4 0 6 8
Abahani 11 4 0 7 8
Indira 11 3 0 8 6
Agrani 11 3 0 8 6
Orient 11 1 0 10 2
Play offs between bottom three for relegation
Thanks to cricBD again.
AFAIK the NCL starts up for a bit again now, need to check that though.
Ok real drama tomorrow - I thought something was wrong.
Kalabagan v Biman was postponed because of fog - typical Bangladeshi weather
So they will replay tomorrow
City Club currently have 12pts, as do Biman.
If Biman win or the game is abandoned (there is one reserve day) then Biman go into super six
If Kalabagan win (unlikely) then City Club got through on head to head.
Let the (anti)climax unfold...
Did I read that right??Nazmul Hossain 66, Sarkar 3-52
Probably Nazmul Hossain Milon, a big hitting all-rounder from the under 19s. I don't think there's another Sarkar however.
Checked with TigerCricket.com, the Sarkar is Ripon Sarkar - that's why i didn't use his surname. James is right RE Nazmul.
Biman are through after beating Kalabagan convincingly in a 25 overs match - fog reduced the game again
Biman beat Kalabagan by 7 wickets
Kalabagan 105-8 (25) Mahububal Karim 34; Mosharraf Hossain 3-28
Biman 106-3 (24.1) Nazmus Sadat 41, Shahriar Hossain 47*
Bangladesh announce 34 fast bowlers for Pace Academy:
Anwar Hossain Monir
Nazmul Hossain Milon
Shafaq Al Zabir
Mixture of full internationals, FC players and clubbies.
BCB has somehow organised the first practice for the same day of the first round of the super six of the DPL
Shahadat Hossain ruled out of Sri Lanka series with injury
BCB selection panel will announce 18 man training squad after Under-19 v UAE game on 22nd January
Incredible stuff JJ. Top work.
How good is Nafees!? I really hope he succeeds this season.
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Super Six Round 1
DOHS beat Brothers by 2 wickets
Brothers 279-7 (50) Nafees Iqbal 42, Rashid Hanif 61, MARSHALL AYUB 102; ABDUR RAZZAK 5-68
DOHS 281-8 (46.4) Farhad Reza 34, Steve Tikolo 41, Khaled Mahmud 71; Ziaur Rehman 3-49
Young Marshall smashes first hundred. Abdur (also hit 27 off 24) and Khaled in awesome form.
Mohammedan beat Biman by 13 runs
Mohammedan 246-4 (50) Hannan Sarkar 79, Habibul Bashar 85*, Khaled Mashud 45
Biman 233-6 (50) Nasmus Hossain 48, Shahriar Hossain 67, Javed Omar 62
Good to see Habibul and Javed in the runs. A return to form for Hannan?
Sonorgaon beat Victoria by 7 runs
Sonorgaon 252-9 (50) Al Sahariar 67, Anisur Rahman 63, Mohammad Rafique 44; Wascoroni Palash 3-59, Rizwan Qareshi 3-38
Victoria 245 all out (49.3) Faruque 52, Rizwan Qareshi 57; Mahububul Alam 3-53, Elias Sunny 3-50
The biggest surprise of the round. Elias Sunny has impressed so far this year - young SLA (as if Bangladesh haven't got enough!)
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