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INDIA A vs ENGLAND LION in India { 5 ODI & 2 UN - Official Test } Jan - Feb 2019

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2 hours ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

Day 1 - Side 1 bats 60 overs, other one for 30 overs

Day 2 - Reverse of day 1

 

Nothing wrong for a 2 day unofficial practice match, Each team gets 90 overs to bat and bowl. Other option was 1 day of batting to each side.

Well it is kinda nonsense as you have shorter innings and play extra aggressively, especially if you're preparing for longer format matches.

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5 hours ago, Sachinism said:

Well it is kinda nonsense as you have shorter innings and play extra aggressively, especially if you're preparing for longer format matches.

ditto. also for those overs, India their best bowlers and for them anyone who could roll his arm over bowled.

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36 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

ditto. also for those overs, India their best bowlers and for them anyone who could roll his arm over bowled.

Only 2 of the 10 bowlers used weren't regular full time bowlers.

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Did India A tour SA, England and Australia before India toured those places. These A tours should be organized concurrently to the tours of Indian team to those countries. We will then have ability to send players from one team to other depending on form and performances.

 

How man test players have these tours prodouced and what is point in the playing tests in India right now.

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37 minutes ago, putrevus said:

Did India A tour SA, England and Australia before India toured those places. These A tours should be organized concurrently to the tours of Indian team to those countries. We will then have ability to send players from one team to other depending on form and performances.

 

How man test players have these tours prodouced and what is point in the playing tests in India right now.

India A did tour England and then England came to India.  Aus and SA also came to India last year in September as it was their turn to come after India A toured them previously.  A tours are also going in rotation.

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13 minutes ago, rkt.india said:

India A did tour England and then England came to India.  Aus and SA also came to India last year in September as it was their turn to come after India A toured them previously.  A tours are also going in rotation.

Those types of tours are not helping anyone.Having both tour concurrently helps both visiting and home teams.Since there are no practice games on tours.Players have no way of regaining form during the tours and team results are suffering.If both tours were cuncurrently happening then it benefits touring teams.

 

Don't England Lions tour concurrently to their team when Ashes are played?

 

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4 wkts for Saini. ICF pace brigade who had given up on him will do his ghar waapasi soon.

 

He was bowling well, not getting wickets through the season. Just reward against a top class opposition, should get a 5-er to make it even better.

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What I am interested in knowing about Saini is ...

 

...  In this match, has Saini bowled most of his good length balls with full effort and zip off the deck like the 2017-18 Ranji season

 

... or is he still floating most of the good length balls in like the 2018-19 Ranji season.  (  The biggest reason for his loss of form from June 2018 to December 2018   )

 

... (  His short ball has been good in both seasons )

 

 

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8 hours ago, nsareen said:

why has avesh only bowled 12 overs and the rest of quicks bowled over 20. Hope he is not injured..

 

My question too.

 

Both Shardul and Saini have bowled 24 overs and Avesh only 12, despite being the most economical pacer of the three.

 

Looks like he did not get his 3rd spell yesterday, while the other two did.  And today they started with Shardul and Saini again and England was dismissed by Saini before Avesh's turn came.

 

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11 hours ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

4 wkts for Saini. ICF pace brigade who had given up on him will do his ghar waapasi soon.

 

He was bowling well, not getting wickets through the season. Just reward against a top class opposition, should get a 5-er to make it even better.

Never gave up on him. 

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2 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

Batting for nearly 5 hours, so must have felt good. First such knock after the 100 in Eng. From 88*, can he go onto make a 150-170? Could then be the real turnaround innings for him.

Very impatient in Australia. Played like a T20 hack. What about his weakness against incoming balls? Has he found a way to cope with such balls?

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2 hours ago, express bowling said:

 

My question too.

 

Both Shardul and Saini have bowled 24 overs and Avesh only 12, despite being the most economical pacer of the three.

 

Looks like he did not get his 3rd spell yesterday, while the other two did.  And today they started with Shardul and Saini again and England was dismissed by Saini before Avesh's turn came.

 

Blasted 'pecking order'.  

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26 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

Batting for nearly 5 hours, so must have felt good. First such knock after the 100 in Eng. From 88*, can he go onto make a 150-170? Could then be the real turnaround innings for him.

I hope so.  Batting ability is there. He just mind-phucked himself, and a minor technical issue or so.  He's a legit test opener, those types of batsmen are a rare commodity in cricket, in all countries.  I hope he's able to fight through and come back stronger.  

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10 hours ago, rkt.india said:

Never gave up on him. 

 

More than that,  it is important to set some benchmarks for Team India pacers and those who are near selection.

 

They must have the ability to put a high percentage of deliveries in the right areas while bowling at good pace. They must have the ability to extract life out of the pitch. They should be fit and have the ability to sustain intensity.

 

Pacers who are doing the above should be persisted with and praised.

 

Pacer who are unable to do the above, for a decent length of time, should be made to work on the weaknesses they have developed, rectify them and then come back if they perform at FC / List A level again.

 

We should not have any permanent favourites or dump anyone for ever.  It an issue of adhering to benchmarks. As long as the basic ability is there, it is about attitude, fitness and ability to work on weaknesses.

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9 minutes ago, nitinbwj said:

Rahul scores just 89 when a bunch of unknowns have stroked a 200 and a 100..:phehe:

Hardly unkowns

 

Yes if only thing you follow domestically is IPL then unkown.  But if follow rel domestic cricket in all formats these guys good

 

Panchal is proper.  Personally I think in tests he shoud be in squad as back up opener.  As pure opener in red ball cricket he might better then Raul.  Not a white ball player prospect so lets not confuse matters, although he no blocker and can ping ball in to row x

 

Bharat imo in terms of glove work is much better then Pant and Kishan, one of the better ones on the circuit.  Batting wise not as good as pant.  But maybe good back up in tests, a saha type but younger and better with bat

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14 hours ago, express bowling said:

 

More than that,  it is important to set some benchmarks for Team India pacers and those who are near selection.

 

They must have the ability to put a high percentage of deliveries in the right areas while bowling at good pace. They must have the ability to extract life out of the pitch. They should be fit and have the ability to sustain intensity.

 

Pacers who are doing the above should be persisted with and praised.

 

Pacer who are unable to do the above, for a decent length of time, should be made to work on the weaknesses they have developed, rectify them and then come back if they perform at FC / List A level again.

 

We should not have any permanent favourites or dump anyone for ever.  It an issue of adhering to benchmarks. As long as the basic ability is there, it is about attitude, fitness and ability to work on weaknesses.

Great post as usual express bhai.  Unfortunate that some 'fans' can't appreciate the nuanced discourse from fast bowling aficinafos like you, shame that they resort to juvenile mocking when they have nothing substantial to say

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1 hour ago, vvvslaxman said:

KL Rahul has to score much bigger at this level. 80s in Indian conditions against an England A team? It is a start. But need to go beyond this.

Nevertheless good start....

 

Some runs under his belt, he will get his confidence and then he can score runs against against any opposition. What he is going thru is a mental block.

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Good draw for the lads although not sure what the pitch was like. Hopefully they take a lot from it. The senior side would have shat the bed if asked to bat out the day for a draw.

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23 hours ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

So we rolled out a flat bed, no deterioration on day 3 and 4. Very disappointing given how the pitches at Krishnagiri have played the entire season. These A matches will be a waste if we cannot use them to try out tougher conditions.

 

23 hours ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

So we rolled out a flat bed, no deterioration on day 3 and 4. Very disappointing given how the pitches at Krishnagiri have played the entire season. These A matches will be a waste if we cannot use them to try out tougher conditions.

2nd game at same wayaland ground with Nair playing

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