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26 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

I remember both Yadav and Aaron debuted in 2011 against WI as well at home. Same series.

Quite true both were outbowling WI pacers in pace,the commentators were even heard saying this is the first time where we see two Indian genuine fast bowler bowling in tandem,one of the matches was a humdinger

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1 hour ago, rkt.india said:

He will once in comes in Indian team setup. Must make his debut against WI. both him and Saini. I would not mind both debuting together.


 

I too would like both Siraj and Saini to be in the playing 11 in the tests vs the West Indies.

 

Not just the squad but actual playing 11.  I hope we don't waste this opportunity to introduce them.

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2 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

No wickets do not mean not bowled well.

I am asking - did he or didn't he? bowl well?

And, yes wickets is one important parameter. If its across 2 innings. Exceptions (unlucky in both inn despite bowling very well) can happen, yes. But if you saw the match, then do update.

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1 hour ago, fineleg said:

I am asking - did he or didn't he? bowl well?

And, yes wickets is one important parameter. If its across 2 innings. Exceptions (unlucky in both inn despite bowling very well) can happen, yes. But if you saw the match, then do update.

its not live so we dont know anything how anyone bowled.

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'They grow up on a diet of spin bowling.'

 

'They can play it with their eyes closed'

 

'There are spinners like this in every gully in India.'

 

'Indian batsmen are great players or spin.'

 

The quicker we stop hearing comments like this from media and fans and the quicker we accept this generation are in general poor players of spin, the quicker there may be a solution to tackling it. 

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Embarrassing stuff  from 105/2 to 163ao. Following on in the proud tradition of the senior team by capitulating in 4th inning chases.
 
So much for the talent coming through.
If you look at test cricket history not many teams chase 250+ in fourth innings and It's even rare in Sc.

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21 hours ago, The Realist said:

Embarrassing stuff  from 105/2 to 163ao. Following on in the proud tradition of the senior team by capitulating in 4th inning chases.

 

So much for the talent coming through.

The thing is this track was spinning quite a bit in fourth innings also some of players are missing 

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Does any one remember this match ? maybe pitch flattened out but chasing 500 runs to win in the 4th inning after losing 2 wkts for 1 run!

 

 

 

Duleep Trophy, 2003/04
England A v South Zone
Teri Oval Ground, Gurgaon
21,22,23,24 February 2004 (4-day match)

Result: South Zone won by 6 wickets
Points: South Zone 4, England A 0

Toss: South Zone
Umpires: MS Mahal and SK Porel
Match Referee: S Gulrez Ali

Close of Play:

  • Day 1: England A 308/7 (Napier 43*, Mahmood 2*; 90 overs)
  • Day 2: England A 377, South Zone 174, England A 88/3 (Pietersen 65*, Prior 0*; 32 overs)
  • Day 3: England A 297/8d, South Zone 171/2 (Sriram 78*, Venugopal Rao 88*; 41 overs)
    England A 1st innings                                           R   M   B  4 6
    SA Newman             run out (Badrinath)                      31  66  49  6 0
    ET Smith                                 b Singh               27 146 109  4 0
    MJ Lumb               c Khaleel          b Joshi                1  22  15  0 0
    KP Pietersen          c Singh            b Joshi              104 176 137 16 0
    +MJ Prior             lbw                b Joshi               66 129 106  8 1
    BM Shafayat           c Khaleel          b Ramkumar             0   3   3  0 0
    GR Napier             c Khaleel          b Ramkumar            76 138  95 11 2
    *JC Tredwell          c Joshi            b Santh               15  72  53  3 0
    SI Mahmood            lbw                b Singh               14  23  25  3 0
    SP Jones              c Khaleel          b Joshi               23  42  24  3 1
    SRG Francis           not out                                   0   5   4  0 0
    Extras                (b 6, lb 7, w 1, nb 6)                   20
    Total                 (all out, 102.2 overs)                  377
    
    FoW: 1-50 (Newman, 16.2 ov), 2-55 (Lumb, 22.3 ov),
         3-98 (Smith, 37.2 ov), 4-241 (Pietersen, 67.6 ov),
         5-242 (Shafayat, 68.4 ov), 6-244 (Prior, 69.2 ov),
         7-306 (Tredwell, 88.1 ov), 8-321 (Mahmood, 93.6 ov),
         9-377 (Napier, 101.2 ov), 10-377 (Jones, 102.2 ov).
    
    Bowling                      O      M      R      W
    Singh                       24      5     93      2 (2nb, 1w)
    Santh                       13      1     58      1 (4nb)
    Joshi                       34.2    7    106      4
    Ramkumar                    22      4     67      2
    Venugopal Rao                5      1     17      0
    Sriram                       4      0     23      0
    
    South Zone 1st innings                                          R   M   B  4 6
    +I Khaleel            lbw                b Francis              1  11   9  0 0
    BM Rowland            c Lumb             b Mahmood              0   5   2  0 0
    S Sriram                                 b Tredwell            44 100  79  7 0
    Y Venugopal Rao       not out                                  58 183 103  8 0
    S Sharath             c Lumb             b Jones                0   5   6  0 0
    S Badrinath           lbw                b Jones                2  10   9  0 0
    SB Joshi              c Francis          b Tredwell             6   8   7  1 0
    R Ramkumar                               b Tredwell            43  50  40  6 1
    NP Singh              c Francis          b Tredwell             4   2   2  1 0
    S Santh               c Prior            b Napier               4   2   3  1 0
    *S Ramesh             absent hurt                               -
    Extras                (b 2, lb 3, w 2, nb 5)                   12
    Total                 (all out, 42.3 overs)                   174
    
    FoW: 1-3 (Rowland, 0.6 ov), 2-3 (Khaleel, 1.5 ov),
         3-77 (Sriram, 23.5 ov), 4-78 (Sharath, 24.6 ov),
         5-86 (Badrinath, 28.1 ov), 6-96 (Joshi, 29.3 ov),
         7-166 (Ramkumar, 41.3 ov), 8-170 (Singh, 41.5 ov),
         9-174 (Santh, 42.3 ov).
    
    Bowling                      O      M      R      W
    Mahmood                     11      1     36      1 (3nb, 1w)
    Francis                      8      1     49      1
    Napier                       4.3    0     19      1 (1nb)
    Jones                        9      0     24      2 (1nb, 1w)
    Tredwell                    10      2     41      4
    
    England A 2nd innings                                           R   M   B  4 6
    SA Newman             c Khaleel          b Santh               10  16  15  2 0
    ET Smith              run out (Badrinath)                      10 118  92  2 0
    MJ Lumb                                  b Santh                0   1   1  0 0
    KP Pietersen                             b Sriram             115 226 164 10 2
    +MJ Prior             lbw                b Santh                0  12   7  0 0
    BM Shafayat           st Khaleel         b Joshi               34  90  73  4 1
    GR Napier             not out                                  64  97  60  5 4
    *JC Tredwell          c Venugopal Rao    b Joshi               36  46  49  5 0
    SI Mahmood            c sub (AA Swapnil) b Joshi                8  11   6  2 0
    SP Jones              not out                                   1  13   9  0 0
    Extras                (b 9, lb 8, nb 2)                        19
    Total                 (8 wickets declared, 79 overs)          297
    
    DNB: SRG Francis.
    
    FoW: 1-10 (Newman, 4.2 ov), 2-10 (Lumb, 4.3 ov),
         3-85 (Smith, 29.5 ov), 4-89 (Prior, 32.5 ov),
         5-168 (Shafayat, 55.5 ov), 6-188 (Pietersen, 60.5 ov),
         7-245 (Tredwell, 73.1 ov), 8-264 (Mahmood, 75.3 ov).
    
    Bowling                      O      M      R      W
    Santh                       19      2     79      3 (1nb)
    Singh                        6      2     11      0 (1nb)
    Joshi                       33      4     91      3
    Ramkumar                    15      0     71      0
    Sriram                       5      0     21      1
    Venugopal Rao                1      0      7      0
    
    South Zone 2nd innings (target: 501 runs)                       R   M   B  4 6
    BM Rowland                               b Francis              1   7   2  0 0
    +I Khaleel            lbw                b Mahmood              0   4   2  0 0
    S Sriram              c Prior            b Mahmood            117 208 136 13 0
    Y Venugopal Rao       not out                                 228 457 394 32 0
    S Sharath             c Pietersen        b Napier              28  56  50  4 0
    S Badrinath           not out                                 100 202 166 13 0
    Extras                (b 17, lb 8, nb 4)                       29
    Total                 (4 wickets, 124.2 overs)                503
    
    DNB: *S Ramesh, SB Joshi, NP Singh, R Ramkumar, S Santh.
    
    FoW: 1-1 (Khaleel, 0.3 ov), 2-1 (Rowland, 1.1 ov),
         3-227 (Sriram, 52.6 ov), 4-291 (Sharath, 68.5 ov).
    
    Bowling                      O      M      R      W
    Mahmood                     20.1    1     85      2 (1nb)
    Francis                     13      3     40      1
    Jones                       13.5    0     89      0
    Tredwell                    36      3    122      0
    Napier                      23      5     63      1
    Pietersen                    9      0     50      0 (1nb)
    Lumb                         1      0      1      0 (1nb)
    Shafayat                     8.2    2     28      0
    

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22 minutes ago, MultiB48 said:

You got 4 bowlers ,none of whom can bat ,gowtams's domestic bat avg is 20 .From whatever i have seen of Srikar bharat and abhimanyu easwaran they seemed  below par .So it was really down to iyer, agarwal ,bawne and samarth.

ashwin n bhuvi can bat 

pandya n pant are experineced so give them time

The problem is top order not taking responsibility , they have to .....they are seniors and they have to cary these young players with them in their phase

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1 hour ago, sarchasm said:

Objectively, this is a more abject performance than our senior team in England. The batsmen are squarely to blame. No drive, no spine.

not really. chasing 262 in Indian in 4th innings is far more difficult that doing that in England.

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15 minutes ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

ashwin n bhuvi can bat 

pandya n pant are experineced so give them time

The problem is top order not taking responsibility , they have to .....they are seniors and they have to cary these young players with them in their phase

eng lower order contributed with the bat and their top order struggled even more than ind's. This is a trend in their cricket, where they are producing  a lot of bowlers who can bat pretty well ,even craig overton  played good knocks in aus,nz.

I would keep this bowling attack togather , hardik won us the 3rd test and had he bowled better on the 1st morning at rosebowl, ind might have won .But i think they will change it and bring in another batsman .

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1 hour ago, rkt.india said:

not really. chasing 262 in Indian in 4th innings is far more difficult that doing that in England.

Bhai, do you just post to increase post count or you haven't got much else to do? I don't say this lightly. I mean my post wasn't about the 4th innings chase, it was about the fact that this A team shouldn't have had to chase that many runs against this Aussie side in the first place.

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On 9/6/2018 at 3:32 PM, sarchasm said:

Bhai, do you just post to increase post count or you haven't got much else to do? I don't say this lightly. I mean my post wasn't about the 4th innings chase, it was about the fact that this A team shouldn't have had to chase that many runs against this Aussie side in the first place.

This Aussie side?  This is almost the Australian batting line.  This will be the same batting line we will be playing against on Aus tour.  This Aussie A side is far more stronger than our A side.

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