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    Vijay debuted in 2008 against the Aussies, ftr.

    He's had 3 comebacks against the same team now and done decently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongHopCassidy View Post
    Love the way every time Dhawan hits a four, the camera moves progressively closer in to Clarke's face.
    HIs expressions are priceless The last after the 4 byes

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    Great batting and some horrible bowling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cevno View Post
    Vijay debuted in 2008 against the Aussies, ftr.

    He's had 3 comebacks against the same team now and done decently.
    yeah but he scored that century when he debuted in 2010 and then another debut ton in hyderabad


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    I'm surprised most things have been on the ground. (Saying that, watch him get out to a lofted shot)
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    Wow 80 runs in 10 overs...that's good going in a T20....

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    His FC record overall isn't that great - but this is the first time I've seen him bat - looks great here but I can easily see him suffering. We'll find out in SA - just based on this innings, he has probably booked a ticket there (how many Tests between now and then?)
    He will do good on flat pitches and reasonably well on turners. Pace will be his problem I guess. If he can be consistent on Indian pitches, it pays to persist with him, but if he is going to be terrible overseas and hit and miss in India, then no point.
    Get well soon Yuvi!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ilovecric View Post
    HIs expressions are priceless The last after the 4 byes
    Feel sorry for him TBF. Reminds me of Dravid in England a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ganeshran View Post
    He will do good on flat pitches and reasonably well on turners. Pace will be his problem I guess. If he can be consistent on Indian pitches, it pays to persist with him, but if he is going to be terrible overseas and hit and miss in India, then no point.
    Footwork is pretty non-existent against pace but when you're hitting as well as he is, who cares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    I'm surprised most things have been on the ground. (Saying that, watch him get out to a lofted shot)
    That's some gambhiring worthy of the innovator himself.

    Which he may do, given he's about to lose his job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ganeshran View Post
    He will do good on flat pitches and reasonably well on turners. Pace will be his problem I guess. If he can be consistent on Indian pitches, it pays to persist with him, but if he is going to be terrible overseas and hit and miss in India, then no point.
    If you just want players to do well at home, bring back Jaffer or something. I think India can be fairly confident (English series notwithstanding) of finding dominating batsmen at home, at least for now....I'd actually be OK with having two completely different lineups for home vs. away if we can find some players do well overseas.

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    goddamnit rain. i always tend to lose austar when someone's near a ton

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajdude View Post
    yeah but he scored that century when he debuted in 2010 and then another debut ton in hyderabad

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    If you just want players to do well at home, bring back Jaffer or something. I think India can be fairly confident (English series notwithstanding) of finding dominating batsmen at home, at least for now....I'd actually be OK with having two completely different lineups for home vs. away if we can find some players do well overseas.
    That doesn't build a team unfortunately, only results in insecurity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    If you just want players to do well at home, bring back Jaffer or something. I think India can be fairly confident (English series notwithstanding) of finding dominating batsmen at home, at least for now....I'd actually be OK with having two completely different lineups for home vs. away if we can find some players do well overseas.
    Jaffer is actually better now then he was back when he was last dropped.



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