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30 minutes ago, SK_IH said:

Shaw,Rahul,Mayank, so many options but openers slot is fixed

 

I think all these 3 guys have the game to succeed as middle order batters in ODIs.  All are good against spin and can rotate the strike.

 

Opening in test matches are slots for specialists  ...  not upper-middle order batters in ODIs.

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Shaw is a very exciting ODI prospect ... because he is a very high SR batsman but also a high quality batsman.

 

The best kind one can find for ODIs.

 

Should have played the 5th test match in England ...  but conservative approach blocked his place as usual.

 

The pitch was flattish and he could have succeeded  ... his international career would have started and he would have got confidence.

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33 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

I think all these 3 guys have the game to succeed as middle order batters in ODIs.  All are good against spin and can rotate the strike.

 

Opening in test matches are slots for specialists  ...  not upper-middle order batters in ODIs.

Upper middle order also has it's limits, how many of them can play @ 1-4

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18 minutes ago, SK_IH said:

Upper middle order also has it's limits, how many of them can play @ 1-4

 

True.

 

But all these guys can play at No.4.

 

And as all are quick starters, stroke players and can rotate the strike ... even No.5 is a possible slot.

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8 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

True.

 

But all these guys can play at No.4.

 

And as all are quick starters, stroke players and can rotate the strike ... even No.5 is a possible slot.

I disagree, playing middle order is not that easy as you make it sound.

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44 minutes ago, SK_IH said:

I disagree, playing middle order is not that easy as you make it sound.

 

Not easy ...  but Rahul, Shaw and Mayank have the qualities needed for 4  or  5.

 

None of them can bat at 6 or 7.

 

Modern day ODI  No.4 and No.5  need batters who are quick starters, stroke players, have ability to play spin and pace and can rotate the strike as well.   There guys have these qualities.

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Rayudu the name itself makes you puke,the less said about his batting(ugly),the better....has done nothing barring fake ipl performances so should have been discarded at first sight
He seems to be Rohit ka deewana plus Rohit doesn't discard Batsmen like Kohli.

And I genuinely feel like if Rohit manages to win the Asia Cup , the end is Nigh for Kaaptaan Wrogn

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6 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

Rayudu the name itself makes you puke,the less said about his batting(ugly),the better....has done nothing barring fake ipl performances so should have been discarded at first sight

True.. His name itself iduces nausea and sleep. Such a selfish boring douche he is. I know this is bad on my part but I pray he gets injured for 1-2 years and loses his place to someone. There is no other way this leech could be kept out of our squad

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50 minutes ago, gakgupta said:

Looks like there is no exciting batting talent in the domestics except for Shaw...

 

 

Gill is there too.

 

Scored 115 in his first game of this tournament.

 

Scored 60 odd not out in the final of the A-Team tournament.

 

Scored 50 in his first Unofficial test 2 weeks ago.

 

 

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17 hours ago, gakgupta said:

Looks like there is no exciting batting talent in the domestics except for Shaw...

It is such a sorry state..

Very unlike India

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No dude, just because you're ignorant doesn't mean there's no "exciting" talent.

 

Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill are both on par with Shaw in terms of the X Factor and exciting talents.

 

A tier below them are the likes of Nitish Rana, Anmolpreet Singh and Himmat Singh who are very exciting talent themselves. Pretty sure there are more i'm missing.

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No dude, just because you're ignorant doesn't mean there's no "exciting" talent.

 

Ishan Kishan and Shubman Gill are both on par with Shaw in terms of the X Factor and exciting talents.

 

A tier below them are the likes of Nitish Rana, Anmolpreet Singh and Himmat Singh who are very exciting talent themselves. Pretty sure there are more i'm missing.

But none are ready yet except for Shaw...

 

All the names you have suggested are way too inconsistent...

 

Rana and Ishan looks hack and really doubt their consistency ...

 

Gill isn't making huge runs yet.

 

I was really excited about pant. Let's see how he progresses.

 

Haven't seen Anmol and himmat play, so can't comment

 

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1 hour ago, gakgupta said:

But none are ready yet except for Shaw...

 

All the names you have suggested are way too inconsistent...

 

Rana and Ishan looks hack and really doubt their consistency ...

 

Gill isn't making huge runs yet.

 

I was really excited about pant. Let's see how he progresses.

 

Haven't seen Anmol and himmat play, so can't comment

 

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What the hell is wrong with this place?

They're 20. Ofcourse they're gonna be inconsistent. There's not a single sportperson in the world who's a finished article at this age.

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2 hours ago, gakgupta said:

But none are ready yet except for Shaw...

 

Gill isn't making huge runs yet.

 

 

Saw Gill bat in the final of the Quadrangular series against good Australian bowlers including Billy Stanlake.

 

Looked solid against both pace and spin and remained 66 not out to guide his team to victory in an important final.   This shows responsibility and ability.

 

He is averaging 44 in List-A  with 3 centuries from 27 matches.  Averaging 50 in FC, albeit in a very short career.

 

I think he is a refreshing change from the T20 dazzling dashers that we encounter so regularly there days.   A classical batsmen who is a stroke maker too.

 

He hasn't made huge runs yet but has been fairly consistent.

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Saw Gill bat in the final of the Quadrangular series against good Australian bowlers including Billy Stanlake.
 
Looked solid against both pace and spin and remained 66 not out to guide his team to victory in an important final.   This shows responsibility and ability.
 
He is averaging 44 in List-A  with 3 centuries from 27 matches.  Averaging 50 in FC, albeit in a very short career.
 
I think he is a refreshing change from the T20 dazzling dashers that we encounter so regularly there days.   A classical batsmen who is a stroke maker too.
 
He hasn't made huge runs yet but has been fairly consistent.
How was the crowd in the stands?

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