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    Bangladesh 145-5 after 20 overs.

    Tamim made 27 from 21, Nazimuddin 16 from 13, Aftab 23 from 22, Ashraful 13 from 23 (), Kapali 12 from 14. It took Mashrafe to hit 40 from 20 balls to keep them in the game.

    Hopefully Mashrafe and Razzak will be no match for the Ugandans. Hopefully.

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    Poor showing from Bangladesh with the bat, Mashrafe really restored some pride after some woeful batting from Ashraful.

    EDIT: Farhad doesn't start well with the ball, first delivery gone for 6.
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    Farhad? Cricinfo have Syed Rasel down as opening the bowling, along with Abdur Razzak. Would prefer Razzak trying to keep things bottled up in the middle overs TBH though.

    Uganda 38-3 as I type, Joel Olwenyi is going well but I can't see them making much more than 100 here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    Farhad? Cricinfo have Syed Rasel down as opening the bowling, along with Abdur Razzak. Would prefer Razzak trying to keep things bottled up in the middle overs TBH though.

    Uganda 38-3 as I type, Joel Olwenyi is going well but I can't see them making much more than 100 here.
    Ah, they had Farhad Reza opening the bowling when I checked, but I see they've corrected that. Syed Rasel ends a very economic spell of 2/19 from 4 overs, excellent bowling. Razzak opening the bowling isn't a bad idea actually, most spinners can be milked for plenty of runs during the middle overs, so you may aswell use Razzak where he could be more effective at keeping the runs down.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Ah, they had Farhad Reza opening the bowling when I checked, but I see they've corrected that. Syed Rasel ends a very economic spell of 2/19 from 4 overs, excellent bowling. Razzak opening the bowling isn't a bad idea actually, most spinners can be milked for plenty of runs during the middle overs, so you may aswell use Razzak where he could be more effective at keeping the runs down.
    But in the middle overs Razzak may be able to bowl his four overs at around a run a ball. In the first six, decent batsmen are going to be able to clear the infield fairly easily off him. The seamers however, will get put into the stands wherever they bowl, so Razzak needs to be treated carefully.

    50-3 after 9.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    But in the middle overs Razzak may be able to bowl his four overs at around a run a ball. In the first six, decent batsmen are going to be able to clear the infield fairly easily off him. The seamers however, will get put into the stands wherever they bowl, so Razzak needs to be treated carefully.

    50-3 after 9.1.
    Hmm, I suppose. Agree with you about the seamers, Syed Rasel looks as though he's the only decent prospect that can actual keep it tight.

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    Uganda 108/5 after 18 overs, not a chance of victory. Decent performance though, especially from skipper Joel Olwenyi. Once again it's been an uninspired effort from the Bangladeshi bowlers, Razzak and Rasel aside.

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    Kenya off to a very poor start. Losing a wicket in the first over and then Umar Gul with a maiden. Well bowled mate.
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    Shoaib getting right up the Kenyans.

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    Mishra on fire here.

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    Not for long. LBW to Fawad Alam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by no1_gangsta_786 View Post
    Not for long. LBW to Fawad Alam.
    T'was sarcasm mate. He was striking at 53 when I posted that.

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    Big hitting Odoyo gone aswell now. Stumped off Rehman.

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