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Bangladesh tour of West Indies - 2018

Discussion in 'International Tours and Events' started by Bhumi, Jul 4, 2018.

  1. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    1st Test: Antigua Jul 4-8 2018
    2nd Test: Jamaica, Jul 12-16 2018


    Bangladesh Squad:
    Shakib Al Hasan (c), Abu Jayed, Imrul Kayes, Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Liton Das (WK), Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim (WK), Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Nurul Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Taijul Islam, Tamim Iqbal

    Westindies Squad:
    Jason Holder (c), Devendra Bishoo, Kraigg Brathwaite, Roston Chase, Miguel Cummins, Shane Dowrich (wk), Shannon Gabriel, Shimron Hetmyer, Shai Hope, Keemo Paul, Kieran Powell, Kemar Roach, Devon Smith
     
  2. Ahmad94 Staff Member

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    Damn, 22/5 for Bangladesh and a five-for for Roach within 9 overs.

    Could be a great chance for West Indies to continue imposing on the lower level sides.
     
  3. Ashutosh. International Cricketer

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    Bangladesh scored 43. Is it the lowest innings total in Test Cricket?
     
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  4. Sinister One County Cricketer

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    Yep.
     
  6. Iodide International Cricketer

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    Bangladesh after Mustafizur, it seems they aren't producing quality fast bowlers. They have a wealth of spinners, but they are producing very poor fast bowlers. This Kamrul Islam Rabbi guy doesn't have any pace and his first class stats are not very good. Same goes for the other guys, including Taskin Ahmed the guy who beheaded Dhoni :lol and Abu Jayed. They are unable to do good on pitches that would ideally suit them. Bangladesh cricket needs to invest in bringing quality fast bowlers and stop making the pitches so spin friendly. Bangladesh are too dependent on their spinners, which proves why they get trashed overseas.
     
  7. Ahmad94 Staff Member

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    Bangladesh losing by an innings is a very worrying sign for them. None of the batsmen seem to hold up in either innings yet the WI batsmen seemed composed on the same 22 yards.

    Some major rejiggles needed for them. A lot of emphases will come down to the failure of the likes of Tamim, Mushi and Shakib.
     
  8. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    Something fishy because only 72 hours ago
    Bangladesh hits 403 in a day in 90 overs at Antigua in warm up vs wbpxl.

    Is it Westindies doctored the track or test match played at different track?
     
  9. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    Second test will be starts today after 10 hours at Indian standard time 8.30 pm (Jamaica)

    Good luck both teams
    --- Double Post Merged, Jul 12, 2018 ---
    They are great in their own back yard but only once,they smashed 595/8 declared but surrender in second innings
    At Hamilton test.(beaten)
     
  10. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    Barthwaite hits his second successive century vs BD.Hetmyer 84*

    WI 295 for 4 day 1

    BD waste opportunity to bats first because Roach not playing as he has hamstring injury.BD won toss, now they have to bats last at Sabina park vs Chase not easy for them.
     
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  11. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    Day #2 belongs to all bowlers as 17 wickets fall.WI lost 5 wickets for 22 in first hour but Holder's 33 odd not out increase their score from 319/9 to 354 all out.

    History repeats for bangers as 4 top player fails to open account but Tamim batted well for his 47.


    Holder took 5 fer.BD 149 all out.WI lost centurion Barthwaite before close.

    WI lead by some 220 runs with 9 second innings wickets in hand
     
  12. zimrahil Administrator

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    My missus is Bangladeshi so always have a soft spot for them but they really seem to have gone backwards the longer they play international cricket

    Anyone who follows them closely agree/disagree and advise why they have struggled for so many years now?
     
  13. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    Their domestic cricket lacks tracks which supports fast or swing bowlers, basically their weapon
    Spin since decades.they loves to stay within their back yard they suffered fear to face fast bowlers on boouncy tracks

    Over all most asians lacks Skills to . Negotiate fast and swing bowling.,their Lack of confidence is the prime reason for their down fall session after session
     
  14. Bhumi Associate Cricket Guru

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    I see the struggle of Australian/England and proteas in Asian sub -continent vs classy spinner from the 3rd over on day one

    All those 3 country I mention above, prepare the trackf for their adventage, nothing wrong about it but after many decades of facing spin in Asia, over seas player loosing series everywhere in Asia because of their poor judgement vs spin.
     
  15. zimrahil Administrator

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    Yes I guess this has generally always been true, but I don’t see how Bangladesh hope to ever evolve as a cricketing nation just sticking to their back yard in spin friendly conditions,
    Guess they need to change how they prepare their domestic tracks, but then again same could be said of English wickets, but other than this year we don’t normally get the weather ?
     

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