the fact that he cant bowl couldnt have been in his favor....fot said:Can anyone tell me what Nathan Bracken did wrong to not get selected for the Bangladesh tour? Is he injured or has he falled out of favour?
I doubt Bangladesh will play him particularly smartly, though.Nnanden said:If picked, I reckon Gillespie will struggle big-time. If the Bangladeshis play him smartly, they`ll leave most outside off, where he is most dangerous IMO. Especially without the new-ball, Dizzy doesn`t have much. Good bowler, but won`t ever be like his old self.
so what has he done since then? he had one successful performance in conditions where the ball was swinging and it was expected that he would succeed in those conditions especially when you consider the quality of the opposition batting lineup. in his other 3 innings hes taken 2 wickets.Nnanden said:Once more TEC, back it up. Please, go ahead. On recent form, what has he done wrong? He`s a different bowler from the one in the Tests vs India and you know it.
which has relation to being part of the test side how?Nnanden said:With his limited domestic matches, he`s performed excellently in all of them. He`s up there with the best One-Day bowlers on recent form. He contained the batsmen in unhelpful conditions in Perth. And then he was brilliant against the Windies. What more do you want?
He's definitely out of favour - a lack of a central contract coupled with a test record the wrong side of comical might be two sides of the same coin.fot said:Can anyone tell me what Nathan Bracken did wrong to not get selected for the Bangladesh tour? Is he injured or has he falled out of favour?