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2 minutes ago, express bowling said:

Fastest that I saw today

 

Khaleel   141 k

Shami     141 k

Umesh    139 k

Saini      138 k

Thampi  136 k

add at least 5k and that probably were their actual speeds. 

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17 minutes ago, Sachinism said:

Man this is embarrassing loll

 

A has all the players that should be stepping up soon, getting spanked by many barely fringe players

Jeez do people need to find such weird angles lol 

 

2 evenly picked teams and all about seeing what players are best plus aiding development of young players . 

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3 hours ago, Jamadagni said:

Watching Vihari bat for the first time since his stint for SRH. Impressed! Has improved his hitting ability to go with his already solid technique. A better version of Baba Aparijith. Should replace Vijay or Pujara in our test team. Shame no team bought him for the IPL. 

Can a IPL team pull him in now?

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2 hours ago, sarchasm said:

Much needed dose of reality for cheerleaders of latest U19 flavors of the season.

u seem to hate these youngsters...both he batsmen threw it away...little bit of experience and they will be showing the talent 

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18 minutes ago, express bowling said:

Vihari was emulating Smith regarding his trigger movement ... a very prominent back and across shuffle to the off stump.

 

It seems to be working for him.

 

We will see more and more youngsters do it now after Smith's super success.

what i liked today with his innings, against Saini, Shami n thampi he looked to have enough time and all of them bowl really quick . 

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21 minutes ago, gakgupta said:

u seem to hate these youngsters...both he batsmen threw it away...little bit of experience and they will be showing the talent 

That’s the point . They not ready to play for india yet . Don’t get tricked by under 19 runs 

 

they need at least one year in fc cricket maybe 8 years ! Who knows . Maybe they never be good enough 

 

point is give kids some time to gain experience . Games like this part of learning curve 

 

ps shaw will be ready sooner then most 

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6 hours ago, express bowling said:

Vihari was emulating Smith regarding his trigger movement ... a very prominent back and across shuffle to the off stump.

 

It seems to be working for him.

 

We will see more and more youngsters do it now after Smith's super success.

Hello 

Which channel game showing live in India ? Or where about online?

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4 hours ago, Suhaan said:

Who is Ricky Bhui? Looks someone with immense talent.Vihari from India B also looks impressive

Former under 19 player 

Edited by Shy9

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India B vs Karnataka 

 

 

http://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-commentary/19865/ind-b-vs-karnataka-2nd-match-deodhar-trophy-2018

 

 

 
 
 

Ind B vs KARNATAKA, Dharamsala

Starts at 01:30 PM IST (08:00 GMT), Mar 05

 
 
Commentary
 
 
 

Teams:

Karnataka (From): Mayank Agarwal, Ravikumar Samarth, Karun Nair(c), Pavan Deshpande, Abhishek Reddy, Sharath BR, CM Gautam(w), Stuart Binny, Shreyas Gopal, Krishnappa Gowtham, Ronit More, Pradeep T, Prasidh Krishna, Abhimanyu Mithun, Jagadeesha Suchith

 

 

India B (From): Abhimanyu Easwaran, Srikar Bharat(w), Shreyas Iyer(c), Manoj Tiwary, G H Vihari, Siddhesh Lad, Jayant Yadav, Umesh Yadav, Dharmendrasinh Jadeja, K Khaleel Ahmed, Siddarth Kaul, Akshdeep Nath, Ruturaj Gaikwad, Harshal Patel, Rajat Patidar

 
Edited by Shy9

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On Mon Mar 05 2018 at 1:44 AM, MCcricket said:

Starc is a bit more slingy n Khalil aint that much, also he has a very sorted runup n action n is similar to Brett lee but is a keft armer version of him.

Brett Lee has entirely different action

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16 minutes ago, Shy9 said:

Check out India B Triumph Over India A on Hotstar! https://www.hotstar.com/2001610012

 

just found on hotstar highlights of 1st  game so I assume it could be 

2nd game LIVE here but so far nothing I found yesterday on tv 

OMG...Vihari absolutely nailed it...

Some of his offside shots (Cover drives and cut shots) are breath taking...

Earlier, he was a different batsmen. He was more orthodox....

Now, he changed his batting style completely (unorthodox) and looks much more confident and relaxed....

Very unlike Andhra batsmen....Usually, Andhra & Telangana players lack confidence at the bigger stage. They get easily over-whelmed. We have seen that in initial stages of VVS laxman, Rayudu (Thru out his career), Siraj......This guy looks different

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5 hours ago, Suhaan said:

Thanks for approving my observation..

On a serious note, right from the run up, to athleticism, the mechanics of Knalil n Brett lee is quite similar, yeah the obvious diff is being mirror images, Khalil is not oike most left handers like Zaheer who have a more or complete side on action but is more balanced n easy on his body, he has quick arm n also good action, plus he is athletic, as soon as he starts moving the ball consistently shoulx be ready for next level.

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20 minutes ago, CoverDrive said:

So Kaul will get ahead in the queue looks like. 

Kaul is already ahead as he was picked one previously but did not play though he is not an India material. This selection committee is looking to give chances creating queues which is not the right way.  They need to identify right players suited to international cricket and give them chances and not let them stand in the queues of journeymen.

Edited by rkt.india

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Watched a bit of Shaw yesterday and it didn't seem like it was the same batsman who scored 150 against Ishant and Co in Duleep Trophy. His trigger movement was taking him towards leg stump when facing Umesh and Kaul. Here's hoping our coach Dravid actually works on the technique of these players instead of cultivating that self-righteous image over a few lakhs of rupees.

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5 minutes ago, sarchasm said:

Watched a bit of Shaw yesterday and it didn't seem like it was the same batsman who scored 150 against Ishant and Co in Duleep Trophy. His trigger movement was taking him towards leg stump when facing Umesh and Kaul. Here's hoping our coach Dravid actually works on the technique of these players instead of cultivating that self-righteous image over a few lakhs of rupees.

This was discussed a lot in u19 WC. There are some flaws in his technique. His back leg stays rooted at leg stump which makes him vulnerable to away swingers.  He has a lot of good shots but is not very solid right now. Gill is more solid in terms of footwork that way. 

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23 minutes ago, sarchasm said:

Watched a bit of Shaw yesterday and it didn't seem like it was the same batsman who scored 150 against Ishant and Co in Duleep Trophy. His trigger movement was taking him towards leg stump when facing Umesh and Kaul. Here's hoping our coach Dravid actually works on the technique of these players instead of cultivating that self-righteous image over a few lakhs of rupees.

he has the same technique from the beginning. check his feet movement here.

 

http://www.hotstar.com/sports/cricket/ranji-trophy-201617/182251/match-clips/shaw-slams-century-on-ranji-debut/2001803522

Edited by rkt.india

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2 hours ago, rkt.india said:

this is the problem with such a short tournament. they have to given everyone a chance.

That is the way Anurag dreams of( BCCI) but he was fired as soon as they get rid of Manohar.

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