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    poor Aussies. Whatmore is the man! he's doing to Bangladesh what he did to Sri Lanka.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    could this be match-fixing?
    Are you really accusing your belovered homeboys of throwing a match? You'd prefer to think they were rotten cheats with no morals than Bangladesh had favourable conditions and took full advantage of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinu23
    poor Aussies. Whatmore is the man! he's doing to Bangladesh what he did to Sri Lanka.
    I think Richard McInnes deserves a lot of credit for the work he did with the U/19's teaching Enamul Haque Jnr, Shahriah Nafees and Mushfiqur Rahim and developing them for Whatmore to work with.


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    Bangla to win by 40-60 runs.

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    Bangladesh to win by an innings and 12 runs
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    Aussies to win!

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    I still think Aussies will win. However, Bangla have at least proven that they deserve a shot, just a chance, to continue to improve.

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    Dare I say that it would be an intresting series?

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    Go Bangla. Like I said, Aus will still win it in the second innings, but Bangladesh have proven that they deserve the chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
    I still think Aussies will win. However, Bangla have at least proven that they deserve a shot, just a chance, to continue to improve.

    When does WI play BAN?

    Dare I say that it would be an intresting series?
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    That is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker
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    Go Bangla. Like I said, Aus will still win it in the second innings, but Bangladesh have proven that they deserve the chance.
    Australia will need to do something amazing to win this game. They're still almost 300 runs behind. If Gilchrist was to get out early tomorrow, it's quite possible that Australia will trail by 250, and you'd have to think 200 was likely. Even if they were to knock over Bangladesh for 150 or so from there, that's a chase of 350-400 on a pitch which will be quite uneven and probably turning a bit. That's hard work.
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    @ Aussie:

    Learn to respect and enjoy the game of cricket. BD the worst team in the world, where have you been this whole past year m8 ?????

    General: An exciting and wonderful effort by the home side. Gilchrist can get a century and if he does, watch out Tigers !!!!!

    If Lee falls, there might be a collapse just like the BD tema's tail, and considering the way the picth is behaving, good luck to both the Aussies and the Bangars.....Bat Voyage :P!!!!!

    If the Aussies get to follow on, that'd be great. But if they Score a Mammoth score, sucks on Bd's part because as all can see the pitch is really dying out for the Batsmen.

    BD has quality batsmen now, but not as many as does this Aussie side , so it may just be hard for them to socre on maybe the last day on a pitch like this.....unless of course they shoot the Aussies out much quicker, which i reckon they probably can at this moment.

    Note: If the Aussies get out cheaply in this innings, and whether they get to follow on or not, I bet a 100% that they will just go berserk with the bat and show how to REALLY bat in the second innings. Hopefulyl regoruping and monitoring their mistakes in the first innings would help !!!!!

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    yes Gilly is the key for both sides... we have to get him early inshallah! or else he will hold the innings together again like he did today

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    noooooooo, stop the madness
    It's amazing that a team has absolutely dominated the world for several years has a couple of bad days and some people can't come to terms with it at all. As I said before, you certainly could not be a West Indies fan (or New Zealand fan, or England fan, or Pakistan fan, or India fan,............)
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."




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