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India vs Australia | Under-19 World Cup Final | Mount Maunganui | Feb 3, 2018 |

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1 minute ago, Cricketics said:

Mavi is the sweeper watch standing on the back saving boundary.

 

I would ask batsman to go and try to hit the boundary by bringinf Mavi in to stop the single.

Aussie batsmen might throw wicket then.

 

 

 

 

Can you send some captaincy tips to your icon next time :giggle: 

 

Kiddies have a bigger learning curve anyways  

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Can you send some captaincy tips to your icon next time :giggle: 
 
Kiddies have a bigger learning curve anyways  

Not blaming Shaw... He’s only getting defensive tips from Dravid even during breaks... so no visible change in field even after breaks...

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2 minutes ago, Ellipsism said:

Im still in high school. Have zero contact with lad. No idea what model is registered under his name.

fair enough. I realised after I wrote that commie mentioned his dad got him the Merc when he was announce in the U19 WC squad so he would've left school by then.

But he probably deserves it.

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Trouble with us chasing a big score is that only Shaw and Gill have looked good. Manjot is bit of a hack, might score, might not. Sharma can bat lower down, and by the looks of it Roy can also swing the bat. But that's it.

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Just now, Dada's Army said:

Trouble with us chasing a big score is that only Shaw and Gill have looked good. Manjot is bit of a hack, might score, might not. Sharma can bat lower down, and by the looks of it Roy can also swing the bat. But that's it.

True....Manjot is a super hack...,Shaw,Gill and Sharma that’s about it actually even bowling has been only 3 players...but these guys are soooo good that they carried the rest

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11 minutes ago, maniac said:

25+ years of watching cricket and there is always a stereotypical looking Desi guy abroad with a placard about spicy or hot  Indian Curry....never gets old :laugh:

 

Yeah it's much better than those ' Today's menu: Kangaroo curry ' placards. They're embarrassing and borderline offensive.

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