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55 minutes ago, Texan said:

Are there any videos of Avesh bowling in Ranji Trophy? I am wondering if he can sustain his pace in long form cricket. He generally grunts during his delivery stride so comes across as someone putting in extra effort in short form cricket. If he can bowl some of those unplayable deliveries in FC that we saw in the IPL, then he should be a serious Test contender. Getting awkward bounce from just short of a length on Indian pitches requires great talent. 

Don't think Avesh has bowled under speed guns this Ranji season so can't say what pace he has been bowling. There are a few clips he has uploaded on his Insta account.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Mosher said:

Don't think Avesh has bowled under speed guns this Ranji season so can't say what pace he has been bowling. There are a few clips he has uploaded on his Insta account.

 

 

 

 

Avesh looks rather sharp in these videos  ...  and the lines and lengths are awesome.   He seems to have found the perfect wicket taking lines and lengths targeting the top of off stump to the top of 5th stump.

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12 hours ago, Mosher said:

Don't think Avesh has bowled under speed guns this Ranji season so can't say what pace he has been bowling. There are a few clips he has uploaded on his Insta account.

 

 

Looks pretty good and sharp. Hope he gets into the A team right away and sent for away tours. 

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17 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

143, 144K on the Ranji speed guns? That will mean Saini bowling 150 kmph on accurate speed guns!

 

Speed guns have been working correctly for the last 3 matches.  These are more or less correct speeds.

 

There was a lot of criticism and I guess they took note and rectified.

 

Similar thing happened in the later part of last season too.

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9 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

Speed guns have been working correctly for the last 3 matches.  These are more or less correct speeds.

 

There was a lot of criticism and I guess they took note and rectified.

 

Similar thing happened in the later part of last season too.

Awesome. Even 143-144 from Saini in FC cricket is great to see. Needs to start picking some wickets now which for some reason he hasn't done successfully.

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1 hour ago, express bowling said:

Vijay Shankar was playing rising short balls from Saini, at 143 k, 144 k,  very clumsily.

we have seen that Vijay plays short ball effortlessly in NZ...

So, if he is being troubled, the Saini is good

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37 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

Would have liked MP advance further,Avesh was looking good,he could have strengthened his case

 

Exactly.

 

If there was one team which I wanted to advance, it was MP this year for the sake of Avesh's career.

 

And why was he not played in such an important match  !    I hope he is not injured.

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11 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

Exactly.

 

If there was one team which I wanted to advance, it was MP this year for the sake of Avesh's career.

 

And why was he not played in such an important match  !    I hope he is not injured.

I think he is with the A team who are going to face visiting Eng Lions

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Can somebody explain how the knock out places are chosen?

 

There 3 groups in Elite, 1 group in Plate. It looks like Group A  gets 3 positions. How is it decided? Top 3 in each group? It is all very confusing now.

 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25719987/madhya-pradesh-lose-6-0-knocked-out

 

For starters, Karnataka are through despite losing inside two days to Baroda. Vidarbha, who are nine down and still 76 adrift of a first-innings lead against Saurashtra, are already into the knockouts. If they do get the lead, Saurashtra will join Vidarbha on 29 points, but have a slightly inferior quotient to the defending champions. Wiki says..

 

The tournament has four groups, with nine teams each in Groups A and B, and ten teams in Group C. All the new teams were placed in the Plate Group.[5][6] The teams in the Plate Group were allowed to have up to three professional players in their squads.[7] The top two teams from Group C and the top team in the Plate Group will progress to the quarter-finals of the tournament, along with five teams from Groups A and B.[5][6]

 

How did they decide top 5 from Group A nd B?

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Group A and B = 5 spots

Group C = 2 spots

Plate = 1 spot

 

Top team from Plate group is promoted to Group C.  Top 2 teams from Group C and bottom team from groups A and B swap places.

 

Btw, consider  Group A and B as  the old 'elite' groups where as Group C is the old 'plate' group.  Group C is the lowest ranked teams from last season.  Don't know why they have named Group C as Elite.  Should named it Division 1 for Groups A,B Division 2 for Group C and Division 3.  

 

As for how the 5 spots of Groups A and B are distributed, I think it's whoever has the most points across both groups.    You'd think that atleast the top team from both groups A and B advances automatically but they've basically treated both groups as one when tallying up the points which doesn't make sense IMO.   Should've had top two teams from each group advance respectively and the 5th spot i.e the "wild card" spot should've gone to the team with the highest points across both groups.

 

 

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2 hours ago, PBN said:

Easawarn 100* and Tiwary 90* playing spoilsport in providing resistance and denying Punjab a spot in the knockouts. 

:(( man ! I so badly wanted to see Shubhman and Mandeep’s batting in next round. Let’s hope they still do something special and win :icflove:

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5 hours ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

A 200 for Easwaran now, his 3rd 100 in 4 FC matches since the NZ A tour. Has scofred a 50 in each of the Ranji matches he's played this season. 

 

Easwaran can bat well in the 2nd innings too.   In fact, most of his top innings are 2nd innings efforts.  (  183 not out chasing 322 and winning ...  and this  200+ now  )

 

We are so bad while chasing a score in tests or even in the 3rd innings at times.

 

Easwaran looks interesting from this aspect.

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1 hour ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

Wow. Bold declaration from Bengal. Have set 175 runs in 22 overs for PUnjab to win. Punjab have knocked off 122 runs in 13 overs!  Need 51 runs in the remaining 10 overs. Gony doing the job for them

Think it was from 18 overs.  Gony scored 58 off 28 coming in at #3 lol.  Two runouts of Yuvi and Mandeep.. In the end 132 from 15 overs and looks like they went for the draw.  I was following and it said 42 to win and minimum overs remaining 3. Another close chance missed by Punjab.. First was that chase against Andhra.  Unable to close it.  Both teams bow out of knockouts.

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So in the end, great chase by Kerala so 4 teams qualify from group A and only one from group B?  Sounds idiotic to rank teams from different groups by points.  Like mentioned before, should've had 2 from each and one wildcard spot ( 5th team with most points )..

 

Could be wrong but looks like Vidharbha, Saurashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, Gujarat  make it out of Groups A,B ( 4 from group A)

Rajasthan and UP from group C, and Uttarkhand from plate

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Most runs
Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s
Milind Kumar 8 14 3 1331 261 121.00 1452 91.66 6 4 1 189 17
(Sikkim)
P Bisht 8 12 2 892 343 89.20 1048 85.11 2 4 0 132 2
(Meghalaya)
PK Panchal 8 15 2 887 141 68.23 1248 71.07 4 5 1 103 11
(Gujarat)
Y Nagar 8 12 2 865 166 86.50 1199 72.14 4 3 0 112 7
(Meghalaya)
AR Easwaran 6 11 2 861 201* 95.66 1451 59.33 3 3 0 92 4
(Bengal)
Yashpal Singh 8 15 4 860 156* 78.18 1399 61.47 4 3 1 109 7
(Manipur)
T Kohli 8 16 4 826 156 68.83 1581 52.24 2 5 1 110 0
(Mizoram)
AA Kazi 8 14 3 814 200* 74.00 1150 70.78 3 3 1 99 9
(Nagaland)
R Jonathan 8 14 0 809 131 57.78 1027 78.77 3 6 1 87 22
(Nagaland)
RK Singh 9 11 4 803 163* 114.71 1127 71.25 3 3 0 82 8
(Uttar Pradesh)
PA Reddy 8 12 2 797 250 79.70 1465 54.40 2 4 0 91 12
(Hyderabad (India))
RK Bhui 8 13 0 775 187 59.61 1471 52.68 4 1 0 85 10
(Andhra)
W Jaffer 8 11 0 763 178 69.36 1291 59.10 3 2 1 86 7
(Vidarbha)
PK Garg 9 13 3 740 206 74.00 1250 59.20 2 4 0 93 1
(Uttar Pradesh)
P Dogra 8 11 3 729 253 91.12 976 74.69 4 1 0 92 13
(Puducherry)
Shubman Gill 5 9 2 728 268 104.00 926 78.61 2 4 0 86 8
(Punjab)
RM Patidar 8 14 1 713 196 54.84 1475 48.33 1 5 1 87 1
(Madhya Pradesh)
AD Nath 9 11 0 709 194 64.45 1268 55.91 3 2 0 85 6
(Uttar Pradesh)
R Bhatia 8 7 3 700 212* 175.00 878 79.72 3 2 0 85 8
(Uttarakhand)
R Bist 9 14 2 684 169* 57.00 1376 49.70 2 1 1 68 7
(Rajasthan)
Parvez Rasool 9 17 1 684 158 42.75 1018 67.19 3 2 2 80 5
(Jammu & Kashmir)
SD Lad 7 14 0 652 130 46.57 1166 55.91 2 4 0 82 5
(Mumbai)
RS Paliwal 9 17 3 652 180 46.57 1338 48.72 1 3 2 78 3
(Services)
KV Siddharth 8 16 3 651 161 50.07 1291 50.42 2 4 0 64 14
(Karnataka)
B Indrajith 8 12 1 641 106 58.27 1415 45.30 2 4 2 69 1
(Tamil Nadu)
S Dube 8 14 2 632 114 52.66 988 63.96 2 3 0 56 25
(Mumbai)
K Deobrat 7 12 1 631 150 57.36 1183 53.33 1 3 1 88 10
(Jharkhand)
Harpreet Singh 8 14 1 627 120 48.23 1056 59.37 2 4 0 90 2
(Chhattisgarh)
FY Fazal 8 12 1 622 151 56.54 1400 44.42 3 1 0 84 6
(Vidarbha)
A Mukund 8 12 0 622 178 51.83 1346 46.21 3 1 2 82 0
(Tamil Nadu)
SP Senapati 9 17 3 617 157* 44.07 1217 50.69 1 3 2 73 8
(Odisha)
MK Lomror 9 14 0 616 133 44.00 1068 57.67 2 2 0 89 6
(Rajasthan)
MK Tiwary 8 14 2 616 201* 51.33 1052 58.55 2 3 0 75 5
(Bengal)
SP Jackson 8 15 2 613 147 47.15 1051 58.32 1 6 1 68 12
(Saurashtra)
D Nischal 8 16 1 613 113 40.86 1757 34.88 3 3 1 47 1
(Karnataka)
Mandeep Singh 8 12 1 602 90 54.72 1294 46.52 0 6 1 47 8
(Punjab)
VP Solanki 8 13 1 595 175 49.58 1065 55.86 3 1 2 70 9
(Baroda)
HJ Rana 9 17 0 594 164 34.94 1134 52.38 1 4 2 76 2
(Haryana)
AV Gautam 9 15 1 583 159 41.64 1377 42.33 1 4 2 71 10
(Rajasthan)
AV Wadkar 8 12 4 582 144* 72.75 1176 49.48 3 1 1 77 0
(Vidarbha)
MC Juneja 8 13 1 581 107 48.41 1148 50.60 1 4 0 62 5
(Gujarat)
G Sharma 8 15 2 570 100* 43.84 1185 48.10 1 4 0 82 0
(Assam)
Amit Verma 9 17 1 549 154 34.31 949 57.85 2 2 4 76 4
(Goa)
RR Biswa 8 13 1 546 175 45.50 1010 54.05 2 2 1 73 4
(Meghalaya)
TD Agarwal 8 13 1 538 120 44.83 1166 46.14 1 3 1 51 8
(Hyderabad (India))
HM Desai 8 15 0 538 82 35.86 1146 46.94 0 5 1 88 1
(Saurashtra)
SS Tiwary 9 16 3 536 134 41.23 985 54.41 2 0 1 46 12
(Jharkhand)
KH Devdhar 8 14 2 526 224 43.83 836 62.91 2 1 3 70 5
(Baroda)
AA Waghmode 8 14 1 523 114 40.23 1312 39.86 3 0 1 62 8
(Baroda)
HP Agarwal 8 11 3 520 79 65.00 1101 47.22 0 6 1 52 10

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Most wickets
Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 5 10
Ashutosh Aman 8 14 231.3 76 441 68 8/51 14/68 6.48 1.90 20.4 9 5
(Bihar)
Gurinder Singh 8 14 354.1 88 897 53 6/41 11/56 16.92 2.53 40.0 5 1
(Meghalaya)
IH Chaudhary 8 13 268.2 46 1050 51 7/51 11/168 20.58 3.91 31.5 5 2
(Sikkim)
Saurabh Kumar 9 17 321.3 100 777 50 7/32 14/65 15.54 2.41 38.5 5 2
(Uttar Pradesh)
A Choudhary 8 16 248.3 61 652 47 5/11 10/74 13.87 2.62 31.7 7 2
(Rajasthan)
TM Ul-Haq 9 18 311.5 89 849 47 6/42 8/53 18.06 2.72 39.8 2 0
(Rajasthan)
Pankaj Singh 8 11 172.5 56 412 45 7/21 11/36 9.15 2.38 23.0 3 1
(Puducherry)
B Mohanty 8 15 281.2 100 515 44 6/20 11/49 11.70 1.83 38.3 4 1
(Odisha)
D Dhapola 7 13 229.2 52 588 44 7/50 12/96 13.36 2.56 31.2 6 2
(Uttarakhand)
Avinash Yadav 8 16 377.1 71 1095 41 5/71 9/109 26.70 2.90 55.1 3 0
(Railways)
Rajesh Mohanty 8 14 240.5 44 777 40 6/55 11/86 19.42 3.22 36.1 3 1
(Odisha)
DG Pathania 9 17 348.5 83 866 40 5/56 8/90 21.65 2.48 52.3 2 0
(Services)
Mukhtar Hussain 9 16 300.5 49 966 40 5/39 9/116 24.15 3.21 45.1 3 0
(Assam)
AS Rajpoot 7 14 241.2 61 729 38 6/25 8/67 19.18 3.02 38.1 3 0
(Uttar Pradesh)
AA Sarwate 8 15 311.5 67 818 38 6/43 9/109 21.52 2.62 49.2 3 0
(Vidarbha)
DA Jadeja 8 13 330.4 47 1103 38 7/55 11/147 29.02 3.33 52.2 3 1
(Saurashtra)
LA Garg 8 14 321.2 51 1100 37 5/73 8/162 29.72 3.42 52.1 2 0
(Goa)
AK Das 8 14 256.2 60 765 36 6/67 9/89 21.25 2.98 42.7 3 0
(Assam)
RD Chahar 9 17 245.3 40 865 36 5/59 9/148 24.02 3.52 40.9 4 0
(Rajasthan)
SS Quadri 8 13 182.3 33 544 35 6/19 10/69 15.54 2.98 31.2 3 1
(Bihar)
Avesh Khan 7 12 181.2 37 573 35 7/24 12/54 16.37 3.15 31.0 3 1
(Madhya Pradesh)
Parvez Rasool 9 15 293.2 71 747 35 8/85 10/103 21.34 2.54 50.2 2 1
(Jammu & Kashmir)
AA Kazi 8 11 233.5 67 512 34 6/22 9/29 15.05 2.18 41.2 3 0
(Nagaland)
Vikas Mishra 7 13 302.3 62 695 33 6/30 12/71 21.06 2.29 55.0 3 1
(Delhi)
MB Murasingh 8 14 243.4 63 672 32 7/53 9/88 21.00 2.75 45.6 1 0
(Tripura)
RL Mali 8 14 270.5 77 727 32 6/80 6/90 22.71 2.68 50.7 2 0
(Assam)
S Sandeep Warrier 8 15 262.5 73 643 31 5/33 7/75 20.74 2.44 50.8 3 0
(Kerala)
Harsh Tyagi 7 14 242.0 73 646 31 7/41 9/113 20.83 2.66 46.8 1 0
(Railways)
BA Bhatt 8 14 275.0 49 920 31 5/43 8/76 29.67 3.34 53.2 2 0
(Baroda)
AA Bamal 6 12 248.0 62 548 30 7/42 8/96 18.26 2.20 49.6 2 0
(Services)
BS Konthoujam 8 14 188.2 26 663 30 5/74 8/107 22.10 3.52 37.6 1 0
(Manipur)
AS Roy 9 17 230.1 60 681 30 4/51 6/69 22.70 2.95 46.0 0 0
(Jharkhand)
P Suyal 7 13 225.2 58 693 30 7/108 8/141 23.10 3.07 45.0 2 0
(Nagaland)
RG More 6 12 166.0 37 482 29 5/45 9/83 16.62 2.90 34.3 3 0
(Karnataka)
M Markande 6 11 242.5 39 677 29 6/84 7/178 23.34 2.78 50.2 2 0
(Punjab)
Pankaj Rao 8 15 278.2 59 803 29 7/82 11/149 27.68 2.88 57.5 2 1
(Chhattisgarh)
TK Singh 7 14 160.2 35 507 28 5/16 7/53 18.10 3.16 34.3 1 0
(Manipur)
Jalaj S Saxena 7 12 246.3 48 589 28 8/45 9/88 21.03 2.38 52.8 2 0
(Kerala)
AB Dinda 8 14 251.1 56 751 28 5/88 9/150 26.82 2.99 53.8 1 0
(Bengal)
SS Bachhav 7 13 258.4 65 762 28 8/108 8/108 27.21 2.94 55.4 1 0
(Maharashtra)
S Pandey 9 16 296.3 58 861 28 5/58 6/117 30.75 2.90 63.5 2 0
(Services)
Sunny Rana 8 15 178.0 29 558 27 5/46 6/67 20.66 3.13 39.5 1 0
(Uttarakhand)
S Gopal 8 16 192.0 27 584 26 4/44 6/59 22.46 3.04 44.3 0 0
(Karnataka)
K Das 7 12 236.5 68 607 26 6/75 11/116 23.34 2.56 54.6 2 1
(Goa)
Umar Nazir 9 16 226.4 44 724 26 5/55 8/84 27.84 3.19 52.3 1 0
(Jammu & Kashmir)
Bipul Sharma 8 13 343.5 75 949 26 4/55 7/72 36.50 2.76 79.3 0 0

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Rinku Singh's stats are interesting to look at - he has played across multiple seasons and has an avg of 70+ with a SR of nearly 70 in the middle and lower-middle order. I have not seen him bat enough to arrive at an opinion, but I wonder if he may prove to be a useful player (especially short formats). Having a counter-punching No.5 or No.6 could be a real asset.

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