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    ***Official*** Indian Domestic Season 2007-08

    October 6: Irani Trophy (Rajkot)
    October 24 - 27: Challenger Trophy (Ahmedabad)
    November 3 - January 20: Ranji Trophy
    January 26 - February 21: Duleep Trophy
    February - March: Ranji Trophy One-Day Tournament
    March - April: Deodhar Trophy
    April: Inter State Twenty-20 Tournament

    Good to see the Duleep Trophy sensibly placed after the Ranji Trophy this season.

    The points system has changed somewhat: 5 points for victory, bonus point for innings victory, 3 points for first innings lead and 1 point for first innings deficit.

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    RP Singh is set to play county cricket in the upcoming months. Munaf Patel and Suresh Raina, both having recovered from injury, are looking for stints in England as well.

    Manoj Tiwary should be recovering as well.
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    Do Orrissa have a chance of winning anything this year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by open365 View Post
    Do Orrissa have a chance of winning anything this year?
    Probably not, since they got promoted last year and don't really have the firepower to make any impression in the Elite League. The bowling last year was very reliant on Mohanty and Satpathy - both medium-pacers.


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    Who will be the foreign side in the duleep trophy this year,bout time they got an aussie side to play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adharcric View Post
    RP Singh is set to play county cricket in the upcoming months. Munaf Patel and Suresh Raina, both having recovered from injury, are looking for stints in England as well.

    Manoj Tiwary should be recovering as well.
    Munaf won't be playing for Worcestershire considering the season is almost over. He was only going to play if he wasn't selected for the England ODIs, but he was. Manoj Tiwary's expected full recovery should have occured this month too.

    If it is not too much trouble can someone tell me the rough setup. Who are the Man U and Chelsea's and who are the Sunderlands and at which teams are all the stars and upcoming youths.
    The speed at which a fielding team gets through the innings is overrated.

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    Bengal is the only side I am concerned about after the ICL exodus. Das, Jhunjhunwala, Dasgupta and Shukla - ouch. Does anyone know if the ICL and Ranji schedules conflict?

    Rayudu and Jhunjhunwala are the only genuine national prospects (IMO) that have signed on with the ICL. On another note, Bengal has several under-19 prospects who should be on the brink of state selection. Let's see how this shapes out.
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    A little off subject I know, but can anybody tell me anything about Yashpal Singh?. He has a fantastic domestic record, while he has been a little inconsistent I've been curious as to why he hasn't really been able to prove himself at a higher level. The few times he has played for North Zone have been fairly successful, I suppose the fact he plays in Group B of the Ranji Trophy has something to do with it?
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    Good question. Yashpal's FC average is probably inflated by Plate League competition but he has certainly shown that he can score in Duleep Trophy matches as well. This is probably another case of coming from a small market and not being noticed (unlike Dhoni, for example). Certainly plausible considering his ICL signing.

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    It's also harder for North Zone players to break into the international setup due to having a selector from each region - there is much more talent in the north than, say, the east.

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    Anyone know much about this Moin-ud-Dowlah Gold Cup going on now? Here is the link:

    http://content-ind.cricinfo.com/indi...plate=schedule

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    Usual corporate event I think, played every year. Interesting to see how some of the younger names are going though.

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    Mohammad Nissar Trophy starts September 8.

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    So who will the overseas side be in the duleep trophy.

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    The under-19 stalwart Ajinkya Rahane put on a mammoth opening partnership with another young prospect, Sahil Kukreja, to take Mumbai to 325 for 3 on the opening day of the Nissar Trophy. Among others, Anwar Ali, Hasan Raza, Asim Kamal, Vinit Indulkar, Omkar Gurav and Avishkar Salvi are playing in this match.

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