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    Quote Originally Posted by nagraj85 View Post
    fast pitches would have hurt Australia badly than india. Indian batsmen nowadays are one of the worst players of spin bowling. They gifted wickets to part timers like moen ali and ordinary bowler like lyon. Old indian batsmen used to treat ATG spinners like murali and warne as part time spinners.
    A fast bouncy pitch would have been good for indian team as they have bowlers who can use it to their advantage.
    The fastest pitch of the series was won by Australia. So much for your theory.

    If India were so great on fast pitches and so bad on turners, why do you produce turners? And more importantly, why do you continue to win on them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJediBrah View Post
    You just posted the same completely irrelevant garbage again? why?





    I don't mean to go full-hb but I really don't know how else to respond to this one
    you don't have any answer to it because u know it's a fact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    An extra 2 runs makes so much difference.
    smh look at what stats he's actually collected. He's tried to predict Smith's output in a series in Australia by quoting the stats from his career in matches outside Australia.

    Quote Originally Posted by nagraj85 View Post
    you don't have any answer to it because u know it's a fact.
    yep faster pitches would have helped India and hurt Australia, if you say so

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    Let's not forget the fact that Indian pace bowlers have comfortably outbowled AUS fast bowlers on this tour so far .
    CricViz Analysis: India's Fast Bowling Superiority ? CricViz: Cricket Intelligence and Score Predictor

    On more fast bowling friendly wickets AUS batting line up would have struggled to cross 250 even once.


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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    The fastest pitch of the series was won by Australia. So much for your theory.

    If India were so great on fast pitches and so bad on turners, why do you produce turners? And more importantly, why do you continue to win on them?
    We lose quite a bit on rank turners tbh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverratedSanity View Post
    We lose quite a bit on rank turners tbh.
    True. I guess more my point is that I can't remember the last time India produced a genuine greentop/bouncy wicket. Even something like Dharmasala had plenty of spin assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    The fastest pitch of the series was won by Australia. So much for your theory.

    If India were so great on fast pitches and so bad on turners, why do you produce turners? And more importantly, why do you continue to win on them?
    two of the wins of india in australia have came on perth which is considered as the most bouncy and fastest wicket. Go and check how many wickets india gifted to lyon on that fastest pitch of this series. lol
    India produces turners because the opposition teams are even weaker than the current indian team against spin.
    people like rahane can't handle ordinary spin. Even kohli gets out to spin many times. 7 times to lyon and many times to moen ali.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJediBrah View Post
    smh look at what stats he's actually collected. He's tried to predict Smith's output in a series in Australia by quoting the stats from his career in matches outside Australia.



    yep faster pitches would have helped India and hurt Australia, if you say so
    Not historically. I'm talking about this particular team which consists of good bowlers and batsmen who struggle on slower and turning pitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunilz View Post
    Let's not forget the fact that Indian pace bowlers have comfortably outbowled AUS fast bowlers on this tour so far .
    CricViz Analysis: India's Fast Bowling Superiority ? CricViz: Cricket Intelligence and Score Predictor

    On more fast bowling friendly wickets AUS batting line up would have struggled to cross 250 even once.
    Nothing to do with bowling to different batsmen then?

    And did you consider the possibility that faster and bouncier wickets that the Aus batsmen are more used to might have actually made it easier for the Aus batsmen to face India's bowlers?

    Quote Originally Posted by nagraj85 View Post
    Not historically. I'm talking about this particular team which consists of good bowlers and batsmen who struggle on slower and turning pitches.
    still laughable. Faster wickets would have helped Australia's batsmen and their bowlers. India have already struggled at times against the shorter ball this series, faster wickets would have made that a lot worse. Sorry but it's just a really silly claim to make.
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    AUS won at Perth because India gifted 9 wickets to Lyon. If AUS players are such a good player of pace bowling why is their overseas batting average so low ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nagraj85 View Post
    as i said, it's just the case of marketing. With proper marketing kabaddi will get it's due exposure. But still rugby is not anywhere as widespread as popular sports such as hockey, tennis, badminton ,etc. No comparison with football.
    this isn't a reply to my actual post at all lol go fap to the indian flag somewhere else and make sure to gargle before swallowing
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunilz View Post
    Let's not forget the fact that Indian pace bowlers have comfortably outbowled AUS fast bowlers on this tour so far .
    CricViz Analysis: India's Fast Bowling Superiority ? CricViz: Cricket Intelligence and Score Predictor

    On more fast bowling friendly wickets AUS batting line up would have struggled to cross 250 even once.
    This is the same CricViz that predicted Australia would score 240 in the 1st ODI vs SA and completely failed to anticipate the Perth result after Adelaide?

    Garbage in, garbage out. Their analyses are the biggest piles of meaningless numbers I've ever seen. They'd learn more by, you know, watching the matches. I could've said the same thing with 99% less wasted computing power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunilz View Post
    AUS won at Perth because India gifted 9 wickets to Lyon. If AUS players are such a good player of pace bowling why is their overseas batting average so low ?
    You need to watch a lot more cricket I see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    this isn't a reply to my actual post at all lol go fap to the indian flag somewhere else and make sure to gargle before swallowing
    I don't remember Indian posting being this bad. Look forward to this series being over and getting back to Daemon, OS, vcs & co. and less of this sort of horror show

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    Last time AUS produced fast pitch they lost at home to SA . There is a reason why AUS produce flat tracks at home . Their batsmen are even worse than India in playing fast bowling .



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