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    I wonder why people have such sky-high expectations from Deepak Chahar. He's young, only a season old, and he should finish four more domestic seasons before he is in contention for a national berth. Pankaj Singh is so much better because of that experience.
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    Playing on this Jaipur pitch, will ruin him alright though.

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    And there goes Rahane for 152.

    Rest of India also have such a long tail too with Ojha at 8 and Vinay Kumar at 7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arjun View Post
    Bhatia shouldn't be a Test prospect...
    ...as also Laxmi Ratan Shukla being the best seam-up batting all-rounder for 50-overs.
    Agree on both counts. The experiments with bits-and-pieces cricketers in the longer format hasn't worked well in the past. Still in LOIs, both Shukla and Bhatia ought to be mentioned ahead of under-19 star Jadeja.


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    Looks like they've prepared an absolute road at Jaipur again. The experience of the ROI bowlers should ensure that they fare better than the rookie attack of Chahar and co.
    I see that the guests have piled on the runs mercilessly. Wouldn't mind to see Rajasthan's "planning" backfire on them in this match.
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    Anyone seeing the match live? How does Aniket Choudhary look to your eye?

    I understand that Chahar and himself are bowling on an absolute featherbed, but the left-armer has managed to hold his chin up so far. Thoughts?

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    Chahar tried to get an edge of Vinay Kumar- the first time, dropped short of the keeper, and then the next one was caught by slip, off a no-ball. Harsh. Hopefully Vinay makes the most of this double reprieve.

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    What an entertaining innings by Rahul Sharma

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    Wow. 658/9 at 4.3 rpo..

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    This one innings has resulted in Chahar's SR moving up by 5 and his average by 4

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    It would my first time seeing how Aaron, Rahul Sharma performs in longer format, looking forward to seeing them

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsniks View Post
    It would my first time seeing how Aaron, Rahul Sharma performs in longer format, looking forward to seeing them
    Yeah, looking forward to it.

    Vinay Kumar has bowled well so far, while Umesh Yadav has been pretty ordinary with the new ball.He is definitely among the quickest of the Indian bowlers but doesn't get any extra bounce or any major movement at all.

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    Aaron, by most reports, is quicker than Yadav so will be interesting to see if he can push 145kph.
    The speed at which a fielding team gets through the innings is overrated.

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    And just as i posted it, he gets one ball to Bounce a bit more which gets the edge of Saxena and is taken by the Keeper.

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    It is fascinating to see India pick Aaron (FC average of 38.48) and Rahul Sharma (43.12) in this fixture. Really shows the effects of the promise of pace and the IPL respectively.

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