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India tour of England : 3 day Practice Match vs Essex | 3:30 PM 25-07-18 ,Chelmsford

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14 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

Haha Dhawan and his dosti will sink us, actually Im fuming

abe  yaar does not matter who plays. They will all struggle if ball moves like this. Bowlers will have to be up the task and make use of such pitches and not disappoint like they did in Capetown first innings. 

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23 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

Pujara got a peach. Dhawan played a bad shot.

Peach, you're kidding! He could've easily left that on length, or you know put in a stride to cover the swing.

 

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2 minutes ago, R!TTER said:

Peach, you're kidding! He could've easily left that on length, or you know put in a stride to cover the swing.

 

ball pitched in line of the stumps. it pitched on middle and off.  he had to play at it. how could he leave that? it is not Australia where ball could go over the stumps.

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6 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

Pujara commits too much on front foot,it was combination of both

Except he doesn't take a front foot stride, just half a plonk & then plays from the crease. Just check the tweet again, where he is, fully on the crease.

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4 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

ball pitched in line of the stumps. it pitched on middle and off.  he had to play at it. how could he leave that? it is not Australia where ball could go over the stumps.

It pitched outside off, at worst on off from that cam angle, it's clear as daylight.

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Switchblade said:

Will be a pretty tough for them to score 400 in the test series  if they bat like this :thumpdown:

They won't score 400, unless they get a subcontinent style wicket, which is highly unlikely.

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5 minutes ago, R!TTER said:

It pitched outside off, at worst off from that cam angle, it's clear as daylight.

 

 

 

 

it did not. If it had pitched outside off he would easily have left it. it is classic outswingers dismissal, pitching the ball on off stump, forces the batsman to play the line but seams away after pitching.  

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8 minutes ago, Switchblade said:

Will be a pretty tough for them to score 400 in the test series  if they bat like this :thumpdown:

cricket is highly condition dependent sport. even England wont score 400 on pitches like these if our bowlers are up to the task.

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2 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

 

it did not. If it had pitched outside off he would easily have left it. it is classic outswingers dismissal, pitching the ball on off stump, forces the batsman to play the line but seams away after pitching.  

But you have to admit that Che is a failure overseas he has failed miserably.

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2 minutes ago, Switchblade said:

Centurion wicket in South Africa was one where they failed miserably it's a fragile batting line up.

South Africa too failed there. we got them out for 130 in second innings.

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1 minute ago, Switchblade said:

But you have to admit that Che is a failure overseas he has failed miserably.

to be honest, it does not matter. we have two successful overseas batsman in last 30 years SRT  and to some extent Dravid.  Most of others have failed in challenging conditions,

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3 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

 

it did not. If it had pitched outside off he would easily have left it. it is classic outswingers dismissal, pitching the ball on off stump, forces the batsman to play the line but seams away after pitching.  

So you're saying Pujara's front foot was outside leg when he made contact with the ball? The Cam is virtually perfectly aligned behind the umpire, it seems wide angle & Pujara has taken a stort stride towards middle and off. If you still can't see where his bat, pad & then the nick went then I guess there's no point debating this. It was an outswinger, but it doesn't have to be one that pitches miiddle.

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1 minute ago, Switchblade said:

They got 258 in the second innings at Centurion 130 was in Cape Town.

yeah Centurian was a flat pitch, subcontinental pitch, but problem was variable bounce.

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3 minutes ago, R!TTER said:

So you're saying Pujara's front foot was outside leg when he made contact with the ball? The Cam is virtually perfectly aligned behind the umpire, it seems wide angle & Pujara has taken a stort stride towards middle and off. If you still can't see where his bat, pad & then the nick went then I guess there's no point debating this. It was an outswinger, but it doesn't have to be one that pitches miiddle.

Pujara's front foot is in front of middle-leg, ball pitches on off and middle, he plays at it and it moves away taking the thin edge, even his back foot is not outside off. he takes stride on front of the stump and not outside off.  check carefully where is he standing when playing the ball. 

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