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    Afghanistan vs Namibia (ICC Intercontinental Cup)

    Top scoring for the Namibians on day one was Pikky Ya France. Excellent.

    Mohammed Nabi also proving what an amazing cricketer he is.

    Afg 126/1 (33.0 ov, Asghar Stanikzai 21*, Mohammad Shahzad 74*, G Snyman 0/21) - Stumps | Live Scorecard | ESPN Cricinfo
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    Imagine how good CW would be if each ICup game actually did generate enough discussion for its own thread. That'd be amazing.
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    I can't find the thread...

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    Are these Namibian players any good?
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    Is this a four day game?

    Wouldn't be long ago that Namibia was vastly superior to Afghanistan in all forms of cricket. Now it seems like Afghanistan is actually better.

    I wonder what the potential ceiling for the Afghanistan team is? Could they become a Test nation soon, or even a decent one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Are these Namibian players any good?
    Namibia definitely missing a couple of their big guns here.
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    Shahzad has tonned up, yew!
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    This match is being telecasted live in India on DD Sports. Watched complete game till now. Shehzad and Nabi two standout performers. Pitch will be very very tough for Namibia in next innings with the spinners AFG has got.
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    Nabi taking them to pieces here.

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    Looks like Afghanistan settled well at Noida. If this is going to be their "home turf" in the coming years, expecting some booming results from them.

    Shahzad's 56 SR ton also indicating that he's not all about slogging.
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    Namibia in rebuilding stage a few losses,including 1 tragic 1,a few of the successful under 19 side coming through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Imagine how good CW would be if each ICup game actually did generate enough discussion for its own thread. That'd be amazing.
    .. to be fair, this is by far the most posts we've ever seen for a non-final ICup game, probably because it has its own thread. Perhaps if I build it, they will come.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    .. to be fair, this is by far the most posts we've ever seen for a non-final ICup game, probably because it has its own thread. Perhaps if I build it, they will come.
    Not a bad idea to have their own threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyZaltzHair View Post
    Looks like Afghanistan settled well at Noida. If this is going to be their "home turf" in the coming years, expecting some booming results from them.

    Shahzad's 56 SR ton also indicating that he's not all about slogging.
    Yeah they're pretty gun in SC conditions but hopefully they retain more of a Pakistan-esque bowling attack rather than a Bangers legion of darters, which would be tempting on these pitches.

    Would like to see Dawlat get some reverse later on.

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