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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    hopefully the behen jee's can get us a gold here.
    Oh yes...Bajeees won it!
    BE AFRIDI!
    Be VERY AFRIDI!!

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    10 wicket win impressive, infact the opener Nida Rashid had a better technique then Imran Farhat.

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    Congrats to the Behenjees of Pakistan.

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    Malaysia & Hong Kong winners on Day 1 of mens tournament.
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    Two Pakistans played International Cricket today. Guess this is a sporting history ;-) Anyways China played way better than I expected against Pakistan inspite of loosing with High margin. Srilanka could score 250+ in 2007 T20 WC against a lot experienced Kenya while China playing its 1st international match that too against a T20 World champions could manage to keep them below 200. Quite an achivement I say. A team like China scoring 55 against the pace attack of Pakistan is also not bad. (I knw this is more like Pak B squad but still) I was expecting Pak to score 200+ n china to fold below 20.

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    The Quarter Final set up is complete
    QF1:- Pak V China (Pak already won it)
    QF2:- BD V Malaysia ( Dream upset would be BD Loosing )
    QF3:- Afg V HK (Afg will win)
    QF4:- SL V Nep (Dream upset 2 would be Nepal winning )

    then SF would be

    Pak V Malaysia (Here I know an upset will never happen)
    Afg V Nep (It will be tough, but most likely Afg will win it)

    Bronze
    Nep Def Malay
    Final
    Afg Def Pak

    Expect the unexpected

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    10 wicket win impressive, infact the opener Nida Rashid had a better technique then Imran Farhat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laksh_01 View Post
    Two Pakistans played International Cricket today. Guess this is a sporting history ;-) Anyways China played way better than I expected against Pakistan inspite of loosing with High margin. Srilanka could score 250+ in 2007 T20 WC against a lot experienced Kenya while China playing its 1st international match that too against a T20 World champions could manage to keep them below 200. Quite an achivement I say. A team like China scoring 55 against the pace attack of Pakistan is also not bad. (I knw this is more like Pak B squad but still) I was expecting Pak to score 200+ n china to fold below 20.
    Actually, only one Pakistan played International cricket today, and even if 2 had played, it wouldn't have been a first.

    I'm not sure how exactly you can give China any credit in this game - 1 of the Pakistan side has played internationally, and that too not successfully, so to call it a World Champion team is ridiculous.
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    I was fearing much worse for China against Pakistan. Regardless of whether it was the Pakistan B team or ZZZ team, given China's very short history in the game, it could have been very ugly!

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    Malaysia are playing quite will here against B.Desh 98/5 in 14 Overs. Hope they bat well too.

    ACC should scrap 50 Overs asia cup & intraduce T20 Asia Cup:


    Group A:
    India
    Bangladesh
    Afghanistan
    Nepal

    Group B:
    Sri Lanka
    Pakistan
    UAE
    Hong Kong

    Day 1:
    India vs Nepal
    Afg vs B,Desh

    Day 2:
    S.Lanka vs Hong Kong
    Pakistan vs UAE

    Day 3:
    India vs Afg
    B.Desh vs Nepal

    Day 4:
    S.Lanka vs UAE
    Pakistan vs Hong Kong

    Day 5:
    India vs B.Desh
    Afg vs Nepal

    Day 6:
    S.Lanka vs Pakistan
    Hong Kong vs UAE

    Day 7:
    Rest

    Day 8:
    SF 1: GA1 vs GB2
    SF 2: GB1 vs GA2

    Day 9:
    Final: SF1W vs SF2W
    3rd Place: SF1L vs SF2L

    All over in 10 days. Fast, competitive and thrilling.
    Expand by 4 teams every 3rd edition:
    2011 & 2013 Asia Cups: 8 teams
    2015 & 2017 Asia Cups: 12 teams
    2019 & 2021 Asia Cups: 16 teams.....

    Got a potential to be like EURO CUP Football. ACC has to capitalize this opportunity to globalize the game.

    Last edited by laksh_01; 22-11-2010 at 08:49 PM.

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    Bangladesh have won their match against Malaysia. The win was handsome although it was a poor batting display from Bangladesh. Lost 7 wickets on their way to 150 and not one batsman could reach the 50 mark. They have to bat better if they want to get into the final. Again bowling seems to be the strength of this side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laksh_01 View Post
    Malaysia are playing quite will here against B.Desh 98/5 in 14 Overs. Hope they bat well too.

    ACC should scrap 50 Overs asia cup & intraduce T20 Asia Cup:


    Group A:
    India
    Bangladesh
    Afghanistan
    Nepal

    Group B:
    Sri Lanka
    Pakistan
    UAE
    Hong Kong

    Day 1:
    India vs Nepal
    Afg vs B,Desh

    Day 2:
    S.Lanka vs Hong Kong
    Pakistan vs UAE

    Day 3:
    India vs Afg
    B.Desh vs Nepal

    Day 4:
    S.Lanka vs UAE
    Pakistan vs Hong Kong

    Day 5:
    India vs B.Desh
    Afg vs Nepal

    Day 6:
    S.Lanka vs Pakistan
    Hong Kong vs UAE

    Day 7:
    Rest

    Day 8:
    SF 1: GA1 vs GB2
    SF 2: GB1 vs GA2

    Day 9:
    Final: SF1W vs SF2W
    3rd Place: SF1L vs SF2L

    All over in 10 days. Fast, competitive and thrilling.
    Expand by 4 teams every 3rd edition:
    2011 & 2013 Asia Cups: 8 teams
    2015 & 2017 Asia Cups: 12 teams
    2019 & 2021 Asia Cups: 16 teams.....


    Got a potential to be like EURO CUP Football. ACC has to capitalize this opportunity to globalize the game.

    Expanding to 12 and then 16 teams would be going too fast. An tournament of 8 will also have many issues as in the pool games there most of the matches will be frowned upon. Rather it should be a 8 team knock out tournament

    Asian Ranking
    1. Sri Lanka
    2. India
    3. Pakistan
    4. Bangladesh
    5. Afghanistan
    6. UAE
    7. Oman
    8. Hong Kong

    So the tournament can go
    QF1:- SL V HK
    QF2:- BD V Afg
    QF3:- Ind V Oman
    QF4:- Pak V UAE

    SF1:-Winner QF1 V Winner QF2
    SF2:-Winner QF3 V Winner QF4

    Final

    or an alternative can be at 9 Team Tournament
    Group A:-SL,UAE,Oman
    Group B:-Ind,Afg,Hong Kong
    Group C:-Pak,BD, Nepal

    Top team from each group reach Group D
    Winner group A, B & C and top 4th team (Based on pts, then Runrate)

    Then the final

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    Quote Originally Posted by jashan83 View Post
    Expanding to 12 and then 16 teams would be going too fast. An tournament of 8 will also have many issues as in the pool games there most of the matches will be frowned upon. Rather it should be a 8 team knock out tournament

    Asian Ranking
    1. Sri Lanka
    2. India
    3. Pakistan
    4. Bangladesh
    5. Afghanistan
    6. UAE
    7. Oman
    8. Hong Kong

    So the tournament can go
    QF1:- SL V HK
    QF2:- BD V Afg
    QF3:- Ind V Oman
    QF4:- Pak V UAE

    SF1:-Winner QF1 V Winner QF2
    SF2:-Winner QF3 V Winner QF4

    Final

    or an alternative can be at 9 Team Tournament
    Group A:-SL,UAE,Oman
    Group B:-Ind,Afg,Hong Kong
    Group C:-Pak,BD, Nepal

    Top team from each group reach Group D
    Winner group A, B & C and top 4th team (Based on pts, then Runrate)

    Then the final
    I think the tournament u mentioned will be too confusing n more over not enough competition between teams. If u see my format. Most matches have a chance of upset. Nepal & Afghanistan are capable of upsetting Bangladesh. While in group B UAE & Hong Kong are capable of upsets too especially being T20 format. Even if the 1st tournament is not competitive it will become more more n more competitive as it progresses.

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    Hey for more updates and information about Asian games visit the below link...

    Asian Games Medal Tally

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    Omg that was soooo close. Srilanka almost lost there. Survived with 2 wickets left chasing 73 & 7 balls left. Cricket is becoming more n more competitive with lots of nations showing challenge with very little resources. Test Nations just should notice this & help them. If they manage to help Cricket will be a global sport in no time.

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