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    Usman Ghani



    18 years of age (not sure whether this is dubious or not, couldn't care less). Astle-esque through the off side.

    Notably displays CW uphill skier properties of being too good for K Mills and M McCleneghan, but failing spectacularly against Ish Sodhi and M Phelps. Although I'm sure those ridiculous proportions must make for an interesting change in angle of delivery, so perhaps we'll stick with cross-country skier for now (and Sodhi's a pretty useful LO bowler anyway).

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    Mills says he's actually the right type of bowler to expose the alarming defensive weaknesses of Usman Ghani. He and Mitch just need to not be bowling as gently as they were in October, that's all.

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    Is Mills really the type of bowler to expose a defensive weakness?


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    Yeah Ghani would commit very early to an initial line, thrust at any outswing with the hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kippax View Post
    Yeah Ghani would commit very early to an initial line, thrust at any outswing with the hands.
    Got some vault footage?

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    Yeah I did put two of his knocks up in full, for that Reddit guy who avidly follows the team. Stand by...

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    Plays in #87.
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    Yikes, just saw 6:33 in the second video. He's possibly going to hate the fact NZ pitches have quickened up by February.

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    looks fine to me. It was a good short ball.

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    Big swings and hard hands at Manuka Oval or Uni Oval won't necessarily hinder his scores, he should enjoy that.



    Dawlat Zadran with the new ball is the main Afghan thing I'll make a point of tuning in for though. If you see a team 20/3 against Afghanistan, it's probably just Dawlat getting shape and enjoying the pace and carry. You'd place your online bet against Afg after Dawlat has finished his first spell.


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    unlucky length that (good for ODIs though).

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    I forgot McClenaghan and Mills had this chance to get some revenge on Usman, here it is -



    Australian clay in Dubai, the fastest pitch Ghani would've encountered in his career to date.

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    Yeah he's been working overtime on better leaving of a swinging ball, you can tell.

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