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    Tyagi! Two wickets in three balls. He is a star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    Tyagi! Two wickets in three balls. He is a star.
    Now has 3/9, certainly outperforming Ishant Sharma and looks a good raw talent. He will be liable to poor performances such as the Irani Trophy but certainly one to watch for Tests in the long term and ODIs in the short term.
    The speed at which a fielding team gets through the innings is overrated.

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    Bowling the same speed as Ishant - 128-138 around. So not doing too badly for a young lad at all.

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    6th over on the trot, Tyagi's last two deliveries were 135 and 137 respectively. Nice.

    He has bowled in the right spots mostly and would have taken another wicket had it not been for Jaffer (who has compact defense) and Dhoni batting IMO.


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    Dhoni out. Badri will hold aloft the Challenger Trophy it seems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    Bowling the same speed as Ishant - 128-138 around. So not doing too badly for a young lad at all.
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    6th over on the trot, Tyagi's last two deliveries were 135 and 137 respectively. Nice.

    He has bowled in the right spots mostly and would have taken another wicket had it not been for Jaffer (who has compact defense) and Dhoni batting IMO.
    Tyagi's pace is certainly solid and he extracts good lift and movement from what I saw in the IPL. But it is extremely hard to get your hopes up when you have so many Indian bowlers before him showing similar talent only to fade away, losing pace and accuracy in the process. Even Ishant is not half the bowler he was in Australia in ODI cricket and looking at his speeds slowly decrease toward sub-130kph, it would seem that his Test performances may follow a similar suit. Ishant's speeds have not dropped dramatically, they've dropped around 5kph, but he has lost a lot of the 'zip' he once had in his action and I can only see fatigue of the ridiculous amount of cricket being played as the cause.

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    Yeah, agreed Manee. The dropping of speed of Indian bowlers is some thing which has repeatedly happened and is deeply concerning but I would be surprised if Tyagi is not able to maintain this speed, if not increase it with more muscle. He certainly doesn't seem to be stretching himself too much while bowling - has a pretty smooth action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    Yeah, agreed Manee. The dropping of speed of Indian bowlers is some thing which has repeatedly happened and is deeply concerning but I would be surprised if Tyagi is not able to maintain this speed. He certainly doesn't seem to be stretching himself while bowling - has a pretty smooth action.
    I hope so...

    Munaf has two now, India Blue in suicide mode!

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    Nayar has been crap so far miscuing shots. The more I see him, the more I am convinced that he is not the all rounder India is looking for.

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    Ashwin has bowled well this tourney. He is extracting rip from the surface which is very pleasing to see.

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    Tyagi's fastest was 142 while his slowest was 129.

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    I always like Munaf Patel as a bowling option, specifically in ODIs. He doesn't bowl fast any more but is very accurate. And as I speak, he picks up Nayar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratters View Post
    I always like Munaf Patel as a bowling option, specifically in ODIs. He doesn't bowl fast any more but is very accurate. And as I speak, he picks up Nayar.
    He does have his God-awful days though, which is always a risk.

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    Interesting stuff from Ashwin...

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    Ashwin to Jalaj S Saxena, no run, shout for lbw. Lovely little carrom-ball delivery there! It landed on a length around middle and leg, Saxena shaped to defend but the ball broke back in and hit him on the body. It was delivered like a leg cutter. Did he flick it like the carrom ball?. And yep, it's a carrom ball like release,. It landed on a length on middle and leg and cut in towards middle. It hit the batsman high on the pad

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    His career ODI economy rate is 4.81 which is bloody good. In 2008, it was 4.3 in 12 matches. He has an economy rate of 8.7 in 4 matches in 2009 which have seen him out of the team but I would keep him.

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