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7 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

hat is why he gets the outswing.  If he releases from top of the shoulder, he won't get the outswing.  For me, him getting outswing is more important.  because of his short height even if his release point is high, it wont benefit him as much in long term as his outswing.

 

In test matches, yes.  Outswing is more important in the first 20 overs or so.

 

If he comes as first change pacer in ODIs, which is the likely outcome, bounce is more important.

 

 

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5 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

In test matches, yes.  Outswing is more important in the first 20 overs or so.

 

If he comes as first change pacer in ODIs, which is the likely outcome, bounce is more important.

 

 

With his height bounce will never his forte.  It will be pace and outswing.  He could easily become a new ball bowler even in ODIs.  Like Nagarkoti someone who prefers bowling with older ball and sprays new ball and Mavi is am inswing bowler.

 

 

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7 minutes ago, neel roy said:

Any idea how fast Sanvir or Shivam Dubey bowls?

 

Shivam Dubey is medium fast  (  125 k to 135 k / 137 k range ) .  But he is tall, can hit the deck and gets bounce.  Can do the job of a LOI 5th bowler.

 

Never seen Sanvir bowl.

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14 minutes ago, express bowling said:

Pacer allrounder Sanvir Singh of Punjab scores 110  off  195 balls.

 

8 minutes ago, neel roy said:

Any idea how fast Sanvir or Shivam Dubey bowls?

atm sanvir has a  very short run up and no real pace..medium pace at best. hits the pitch hard using the shoulders but not really threatening wrt to pace. action and follow thru is decent but overall bowling looks part time and mainly a batsman. not really tall either

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7 minutes ago, PBN said:

 

atm sanvir has a  very short run up and no real pace..medium pace at best. hits the pitch hard using the shoulders but not really threatening wrt to pace. action and follow thru is decent but overall bowling looks part time and mainly a batsman. not really tall either

Nalkande,Dube,Sanvir all three must be picked by some franchisee in IPL..at least a Thisara Perera coming out of these three would be good..long back I had high hopes from Abhimanyu Mithun,then Rishi Dhawan..:( both disappointed 

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2 hours ago, PBN said:

 

atm sanvir has a  very short run up and no real pace..medium pace at best. hits the pitch hard using the shoulders but not really threatening wrt to pace. action and follow thru is decent but overall bowling looks part time and mainly a batsman. not really tall either

Sanvir was an opening batsman for Punjab U23.

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Saw punjab's game highlights

 

Gill is so pleasing to watch, but he shud make it count now

 

really liked sanvir batting, he looks to have really good control over his game. Will be looking forward to him this season

 

Markhande can bat, yuzi shud be careful now.....soon gopal n markhande will be breathing down his neck

 

Sran's bowling was looking sharp, hope he finds his way back. Always thought of him as good LOI prospect

9 hours ago, express bowling said:

Pacer allrounder Sanvir Singh of Punjab scores 110  off  195 balls.

Saw 1-2 balls of his bowling in highlights........to less to say much 

but he looked like a short heighted trundler .......his speed wud be 120-125......

Though i really really liked his batting

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Rajasthan have a really good attack- Tanvir, aniket, rahul chahar, nathu singh + deepak chahar, khaleel, pankaj singh , nagarkotti is till not their

Kisi state se batsman le lo, or BCCI shud give Them few overseas players 

 

Even Vidarbha has a really good attack- umesh, gurbani, thakare, lalit, nalkande

 

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Rahul chahar bowls a lot of short pitch loose stuff, no wonder he sat on bench in IPL....neways the more he plays he ll get better

 

Nathu singh- just during his follow through the way he falling was lil worrysome......hopefully gets better as he plays

 

Has irfan pathan forgotten how to even hold a bat and his bowling so slow......painful to watch. What a talent he was

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2 minutes ago, express bowling said:

Want a match featuring UP to be shown on SS2.

 

It would be fun watching Mavi and Rajpoot bowl with speedguns in use  (  albeit clocking 5 kph lower readings  )

I think speedguns are slower by 7-10 kph

Lalit was clocking 108-115 ,

But was surprised to see Nalkande clocking 139 on them

Strange

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5 minutes ago, Suhaan said:

I think speedguns are slower by 7-10 kph

Lalit was clocking 108-115 ,

But was surprised to see Nalkande clocking 139 on them

Strange

Lalit quickest was 133. those were not 108 or 115.  at least were 130 if not more.  he was looking visible quicker than BK who bowls 130-135.  Nalkande was looking 140 plus easily.  

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1 hour ago, Suhaan said:

I think speedguns are slower by 7-10 kph

Lalit was clocking 108-115 ,

But was surprised to see Nalkande clocking 139 on them

Strange

 

1 hour ago, rkt.india said:

Lalit quickest was 133. those were not 108 or 115.  at least were 130 if not more.  he was looking visible quicker than BK who bowls 130-135.  Nalkande was looking 140 plus easily.  

 

We keep on thinking that it is a fixed speed difference.

 

But it could well be just a case of inaccurate readings  and high speeds not registering.

 

No proper pacer clocks 108 kph  or 115 kph.  Increasing these by 10 kph would still give low speed readings when we look at Lalit Yadav bowl  ...  but Nalkande was not bowling 150 kph either.  Quickest balls would not be more than 143 k range.

 

So ...  seems like just a case of random and inaccurate speed readings.

 

Poor quality equipment being used in all probability.

 

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5 minutes ago, express bowling said:

 

 

We keep on thinking that it is a fixed speed difference.

 

But it could well be just a case of inaccurate readings  and high speeds not registering.

 

No proper pacer clocks 108 kph  or 115 kph.  Increasing these by 10 kph would still give low speed readings when we look at Lalit Yadav bowl  ...  but Nalkande was not bowling 150 kph either.  Quickest balls would not be more than 143 k range.

 

So ...  seems like just a case of random and inaccurate speed readings.

 

Poor quality equipment being used in all probability.

 

but this was no visible to commentators.  if you heard Razdan about Lalit saying if you bowl at 126kph, you will have to bowl 20-22 overs a day.  :giggle:

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2 hours ago, rkt.india said:

Nalkande last year in u19 challenger series was clocking 130-136KPH and Shivam Mavi was also clocking same speeds on those speed guns and even Nagarkoti was not touching 140 but we saw both Mavi and Nagarkoti cross 145 in U19 WC in NZ.  @express bowling

 

Mavi was bowling  133 k to 143 k.

 

Nagakoti was coming back from injury and not bowling at full speed.

Still clocked 131 k to 141 k.

 

Nalkande bowled 126 k to 136 k.

 

And all these speeds looked slow compared to what we were seeing visually.  Mavi looked really quick to the naked eye in that tournament.

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31 minutes ago, PBN said:

Sanvir bowling last over before tea. you get a better idea from this

https://streamable.com/cv1z4

PBN bhai ...  this is proper seam up bowling.  He is not just floating the ball in but trying to bowl with effort and hitting the deck with quite a few balls.

 

A batting allrounder does not need to be a 140 kph pacer.  A good batsman who can bowl a few good overs and keep things tight. .. and give rest to main bowlers, is good enough for test matches.  And in ODIs he needs to bowl 6 or 7 decent overs.

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