Good for Naeem
He was on 98 for some time
Good one Naeem
Originally Spoken by Brendon McCullum
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Well done Naeem Islam on a first test ton. Bangladesh could get a lead here the way they are going.
I've gone off Tamim - too many shots for my liking.
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So the Bangladesh #8 has a higher batting average than all but two of his team mates?
One way or the other, I have the feeling there will be a result in this match
True. Even if West Indies collapse hilariously tomorrow I'd say Bangladesh are more likely to lose chasing 250 in a day than if they were "chasing" 350 in two sessions, or whatever they'd be set.
Edwards would have been better bet than Tino Best esp against us.
Narine has been pretty dull so far; not really sure if the pitch will deteriorate enough enforcing a result.
Neither of these sides need a deteriorating pitch to chuck it away.
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Originally Posted by Jeffrey Tucker
I wonder if Sammy will be brave enough to declare at some point early on day 5 if he needs to. The Tamim factor could make him a little cautious but yeah it would setup the match awesomely if Bangladesh need say 300 from 80 or so overs.
Hope people are seeing how ridiculous West Indies' declaration was - not that it will stop teams doing it again.
Lets see if Bangladesh can even take the lead tomorrow. They probably should just going by stats and so on - but then again it *is* Bangladesh.
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