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    ***Official*** Bangladesh in Kenya

    July 2006

    Wed 19 1st ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh

    Fri 21 2nd ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh

    Sun 23 3rd ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh

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    Quote Originally Posted by James
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    Wed 19 1st ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh

    Fri 21 2nd ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh

    Sun 23 3rd ODI - Kenya v Bangladesh
    Shouldn't the Zimbabwe leg of the tour be included since it's all part of the same safari?

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    Wouldn't mind Kenya winning one, so long as Bangladesh stuck up 250+.

    Wait and see how Saqibul Hasan goes for Bangladesh, he's a real future talent. Farhad Reza, a decent OD utility player, is also in the squad.

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    Bangladesh will sweep the series. They will thrash Kenya like a minnow. BD are a much improved team and Kenya are worse then they were two years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanz
    Bangladesh will sweep the series. They will thrash Kenya like a minnow. BD are a much improved team and Kenya are worse then they were two years ago.
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    I think Kenya will put up a much better fight than they did against Bangladesh away. They will be playing at home, and have much more training under their belts than earlier in the year.
    Winning at least one match should not be considered out of the question.
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    Bangladesh Squad: Habibul Bashar (c), Mohammad Ashraful, Shahriar Nafees, Rajin Saleh, Javed Omar, Aftab Ahmed, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Khaled Mashud (wk), Mohammad Rafique, Mashrafe Mortaza, Syed Rasel, Shahadat Hossain, Farhad Reza, Saqibul Hasan, Alok Kapali.

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    Habibal Bashar to get his first ODI ton.

    Hey if Vusi Sibanba can get one...

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    Bangladesh should dominate this series, hopefully Ashraful and Rajin Saleh have few good knocks there.. It should be a clean sweep..
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    Kenya have announced a 27 man preliminary squad.
    All in all preparations do not seem to be going as smoothly as they should.
    Kennedy Obuya has been left out, and Tikolo is playing professionally in England, though one would expect him back for the matches.

    Preliminary squad (there is some discrepancy on this (I have included all named by various press sources so far):

    Steve Tikolo, Thomas Odoyo, Tony Suji, Hitesh Modi, Collins Obuya, Peter Ongondo, Tanmay Mishra, Jimmy Kamande, Josephat Ababu, Brijal Patel, Nehemiah Odhiambo, Alfred Luseno, Malhar Patel, Rajesh Bhudia, Ashish Karia, Alex Obanda, Jadhavji Laxman, Hiren Varaiya, Timothy Muange, Jadhavji Jeshani, Darhit Shah, Rashmi Gami, Stewart Kayne, Maurice Ouma, Amit Bhudia, Ragheb Aga, Ali Sheikh, Elijah Otieno, David Obuya.

    Players in Bold are those I think will be in the final 15 man squad. Players in Italics are those I think should be in the final squad. There are 14 of the latter, I would include Kennedy Obuya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemosit
    There are 14 of the latter, I would include Kennedy Obuya.
    That's the one who's also known as Kennedy Otieno? I think that's his choice, actually. I read on Cricinfo a couple of months ago that Otieno retired after he wasn't selected for the Intercontinental Cup game v Netherlands.
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    Yep same player.
    Always difficult to really know who the main protagonist is in disputes like this - he made some fairly harsh comments about the selectors back then, so this could be a response to that.
    My view is that he needs to get over the fact he was left out, and the selectors need to get over his response.
    As is stands, Kenya's top order looks very weak without him there, and I'd say we are realistically a good couple of years away from a replacement.

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    Good chance for ashraful to get some big scores up, struggled intensely against the aussies and was actually dropped. There is a lot of expectation on this fella's shoulders, a few 50+s should help him out.... Maybe he could do something with the ball aswell?
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