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    *Official* Bangladesh in West Indies

    Not a series that's going to capture the imagination admittedly (first Test starts on the same day as Cardiff's), but there should be a thread really. Bangs playing in some unglamorous venues but at least their warm-up game is on a major Test ground, Kensington Oval.

    First Test July 9-13, St Vincent
    Second Test July 17-21, Grenada

    Followed by three ODIs and a T20 in Dominica and St Kitts.

    First series as captain for Mortaza, it'll be interesting to see if Ashraful gets some form back now. Made a 50 on the first day against the 'A' side, no score updates since Friday though for some reason.

    Bangladesh did OK out here last time, holding WI to a draw in the first Test without help from the weather. Trouble is that none of their three century-makers is here this time. No ICL players in their squad as far as I can see.

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    Bangladeshis: 195
    Windies A: 248
    Bangladeshis: 144/2

    Going to depend alot on Shakib's Bowling in the Test Matches

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    Bangladesh A are 159/3 at tea on the last day.

    Individual performances so far:

    Bangladesh: Ashraful 50, Tamim 70 odd not out

    Windies A: Devon Thomas (19 year old WK batsman) 105, Kemar Roach 5/62, Ryan Austin 5/71 and 3/24 in the 2nd innings.

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    Could Thomas force his way into the squad for the tour of Australia as the second keeper?

    And will Austin pressure Benn for his place in the side?


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    If they take a 2nd keeper than Devon Thomas would be the man.

    As for Austin he has put himself right in the picture to replace Benn who surely can't be far away from being dropped.

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    I'd think Baugh and Thomas would be in the reckoning for a second keeper spot.
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    Bangladesh:
    Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Ashraful, Tamim Iqbal, Junaid Siddique, Imrul Kayes, Raqibul Hasan, Mehrab Hossain jnr, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Shahadat Hossain, Enamul Haque jnr, Mahbubul Alam, Rubel Hossain, Saghir Hossain (wk).

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    The last time the chief selector spoke to the public the two keepers he mentioned were Devon Thomas and Chadwick Walton (who he seemed particularly high on).

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    Match drawn, Bangladesh reached 233/5. Tamim got 72, Roqibul Hassan 49 not out.

    Ryan Austin took 4/65 to finish with match figures of 9/136. He was the leading wicket taker in the 4 day competition this year. If you include this match his FC stats this year are 69 wickets in 13 matches @ 22 runs per wicket.

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    If he does it again next year he should be in with a shot because Benn will most likely be dropped from Tests by then.

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    Thanks for sticky-ing this, guys....

    I'm more inclined to go with Thomas than Baugh. The Jamaican seems like a good batsman now, but I've never been impressed with his keeping skills. I'm told that Thomas is a good gloveman. But I haven't seen him. Is that true?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shivfan View Post
    Thanks for sticky-ing this, guys....

    I'm more inclined to go with Thomas than Baugh. The Jamaican seems like a good batsman now, but I've never been impressed with his keeping skills. I'm told that Thomas is a good gloveman. But I haven't seen him. Is that true?
    What about Patrick Browne, like what i saw of him. Definately looked better than Baugh as a batsman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    What about Patrick Browne, like what i saw of him. Definately looked better than Baugh as a batsman.
    Unfortunately, he's jsut as bad as Baugh with the gloves!

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    Chances of Barath playing in this series?

    Also, will Sky be showing it in the UK?

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    Sky are streaming it on their website but it's not on their regular sports programming.

    Barath better be there, and the Trinidad Guardian is convinced he has been selected (of course they didn't disclose any of the other selectorial decisions)

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