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    Just read this on cricket scotland web site: "Ryan Watson was out when the ball he was attempting to hook penetrated his helmet visor, causing him to fall on his stumps, and sending him to hospital."

    How is his status now? And who's dellivery was that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crickmate
    Just read this on cricket scotland web site: "Ryan Watson was out when the ball he was attempting to hook penetrated his helmet visor, causing him to fall on his stumps, and sending him to hospital."

    How is his status now? And who's dellivery was that?
    Mashrafe bowled it I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crickmate
    Just read this on cricket scotland web site: "Ryan Watson was out when the ball he was attempting to hook penetrated his helmet visor, causing him to fall on his stumps, and sending him to hospital."

    How is his status now? And who's dellivery was that?
    Mashrafe Mortaza.


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    Scotland wernt completely humiliated, I suppose. They at least now have the experience.
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    Incidentally after yesterday's match Mortaza is the highest wicket taker in 2006 ODIs. The only 3 ODI remaining this year are:

    Bangladesh v Scotland at Dhaka, 2nd ODI, Dec 17
    New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Napier, 1st ODI, Dec 28
    New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Queenstown, 2nd ODI, Dec 31

    So, its a safe bet that he will remain the highest wicket taker in 2006.

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    I found a picture of the incident:



    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    Mashrafe bowled it I believe.

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    Very interesting that Mashrafe Mortaza will almost definately be the leading ODI wicket taker for 2006.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm
    Very interesting that Mashrafe Mortaza will almost definately be the leading ODI wicket taker for 2006.
    Well, if Jerome Taylor takes eight for 21 against Pakistan tomorrow...

    What's really amusing is to look at ODI win-loss records, tho:

    1) Oz: 29 matches, 20-8
    2) NZ: 12 matches, 8-4
    3) Ban: 27 matches, 17-10
    4) RSA: 24 matches, 15-9
    5) WI: 32 matches, 18-13
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    9) Ind 30 matches, 13-15
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    14) Eng 20 matches, 5-14

    Slight difference in strength of opposition, maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm
    Very interesting that Mashrafe Mortaza will almost definately be the leading ODI wicket taker for 2006.
    What do you expect when he's on a team a team that plays most of its matches against Zim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    Well, if Jerome Taylor takes eight for 21 against Pakistan tomorrow...

    What's really amusing is to look at ODI win-loss records, tho:

    1) Oz: 29 matches, 20-8
    2) NZ: 12 matches, 8-4
    3) Ban: 27 matches, 17-10
    4) RSA: 24 matches, 15-9
    5) WI: 32 matches, 18-13
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    9) Ind 30 matches, 13-15
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    14) Eng 20 matches, 5-14

    Slight difference in strength of opposition, maybe?
    Yeah, to be fair the other sides all got their records boosted by having to play England at some point.

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    You can only bowl at the team your playing. He's a good bowler to be honest, and Bangladesh have a couple of younsters with very promising careers.

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    Saqibul Hasan is one I'd pick to go far as a Bangladeshi player. Bowled a very economical 10 over spell in this last match, and is more than useful with the bat as well. Granted, he hasn't had too many challenges outside of Zimbabwe, but there you go.

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    Definately. With Saqibul Hasan, Shahriar Nafees and Mehrab Hossain Jr the basis of the Bangladesh batting lineup for the next few years looks pretty sound, especially with guys like Aftab Ahmed and Mohammad Ashraful being young and quite experienced. Mushfiqur Rahim is a promising Wicket Keeper who will probably replace Khaled Mashud after the World Cup. Abdur Razzaq is the heir apparent to Mohammad Rafique and the pace bowling looks good with Shadhadat Hossain, Mashrafe Mortaza and Syed Rasel all good players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crickmate
    I found a picture of the incident:

    Did anyone else think the Bangladeshis were a bit insensitive? The guy ended up in hospital.
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