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    Bangladesh A in England 2008

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    Squad: Zunaed Siddiqui, Tamim Iqbal, Nazimuddin, Rokibul Hasan, Nayeem Islam, Mushfiqur Rahim, Alok Kapali, Rajin Saleh, Musharraf Hossain, Sajidul Islam, Dollar Mahmud, Nazmul Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Syed Rasel, Shakib Al Hasan.
    
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    Bangladesh A tour of England, 2008
    
    July 2008
    Sun 6 - Tue 8
    11:00 local, 10:00 GMT 	England Under-19s v Bangladesh A
    Hazelgrave Ground, Loughborough
    
    Fri 11 - Sun 13
    11:00 local, 10:00 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Warwickshire
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    
    Wed 16 - Fri 18
    11:00 local, 10:00 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Leicestershire
    Grace Road, Leicester
    
    Mon 21 - Wed 23
    11:00 local, 10:00 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Derbyshire
    County Ground, Derby
    
    Fri 25 - Sun 27
    11:00 local, 10:00 GMT 	Bangladesh A v South Africans
    County Ground, New Road, Worcester
    
    Wed 30
    10:45 local, 09:45 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Lancashire
    Moss Lane, Alderley Edge
    
    August 2008
    Fri 1
    10:45 local, 09:45 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Marylebone Cricket Club
    The Racecourse, Durham University Grounds, Durham
    
    Sun 3
    10:45 local, 09:45 GMT 	Bangladesh A v Durham
    Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
    Rasel to prove his worth to the idiot selectors, Should have sent in all the morons Ashraful, Aftab, Bashar, Kapali

    Sakib done with exams hopefully forever, Tamim, Raqibul and Rahim to fly in the 11th ... good warm ups for the Canadian 20/20's and Australia,

    I wonder why the ECB fed us to the wolves and arranged a match with South Africa

    http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/engl...ch/320238.html - 115/4 vs Eng U-19

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricman View Post
    I wonder why the ECB fed us to the wolves and arranged a match with South Africa
    Sri Lanka A played India last year, West Indies A played Pakistan the year before guess its just an easy fixture to schedule

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    England Under-19s v Bangladesh A

    Thats the only fixture i really care about. I always look forward to the u19 games each year. The rest will be vs sub-standard 2nd string county sides which is just pointless really. Its also a shame theres no matches scheduled vs England Lions

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    Well its the last day of that one today, they've only had 38 overs on the first 2 days


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    What was the need of including Tamim Iqbal & Shakib.........
    They have been regular in the national side.......
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    I was really disappointed with how Bangladesh A fared in the games against Ireland, expect much better from these boys, even if they are away from home. I'm hoping that the South Africa game has FC status, as it'd be virtually meaningless without. Nice to see Imrul Kayes making runs though, one of few players in Bangladesh with an impressive limited overs record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave View Post
    Well its the last day of that one today, they've only had 38 overs on the first 2 days
    Here's hoping that Ghosh and Islam can show their worth, both are fairly good players and could push for national honours in the near future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    I'm hoping that the South Africa game has FC status, as it'd be virtually meaningless without.
    It does. All games are FC/List A excepted the U19 clash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonty Lathwal View Post
    What was the need of including Tamim Iqbal & Shakib.........
    They have been regular in the national side.......
    Shakib hasn't played matches in a while for exams and no domestic cricket at this time, so best off for him to get his rhythm back, It would be nice to send the Ashraful and the rest to England to face the Saffers and than fly to Canada, for the 20/20 series, BCB about to scrap the 4 day warm up in the Aussie series

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    Not Quite a Convincing 50 from Ghosh, Disappointed in Juniad and Raqibul they should have carried on, Caught most of the commentary on BBC Radio, The Bowlers deserved better than the figures say, still 144/4 is not bad, So hopefully can dismiss them under 300 and than get good batting practice, Dull Draw in the End on the cards thanks to Rain

    I didn't know that in this entire tour the batting side in their 1st innings can only bat a Maximum of 100 overs

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    Where's this available on radio? The big name batsmen should have got a few more there, a total of 300 should have been on the cards. As it is, we could do with a few early wickets tomorrow.

    I might go to see the game on 30 July at Alderley Edge, it's only 30 mins drive for me. I'll also be interested to see what sort of side the MCC produce.

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    Last edited by cricman; 12-07-2008 at 02:44 PM.

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    Thanks.

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    Much better batting, Tamim or Nazim should have carried on ... very nice batting from Mushifiq batting with the tail. Healthy comptetion going on for the WK position.

    Bowling has much left to be desired

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