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India has won 66% of its LOI matches in SENA since 2018

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Is it good or bad..or just ok

 

India won 12 odi s ( 5 SA,2 AUS,1 ENG,4 NZ) but lost 5 ( 1 SA,1AUS,2 ENG,1 NZ) with a win percentage of 71

India won 6 T20s though should have won 7 ( one washed out ) and lost 4 with a win perc of 60. One match left. 

 

So overall 18 won 9 lost ( which is a big figure) with a win perc of 66. In its hey days Australia used to win more than 80 perc of matches though there was no t20s

 

I haven’t considered Nidahas,Asia cup though they were overseas. Its the SENA I am interested in..

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, Vilander said:

hey man you know no one likes a suckup.

 

Rayudu averages 50. also had btter series strikerate than Rohit and Dhawan in NZ ODI.  so yeah stop sucking up.

The assistance available to seamers in NZ was an exception. Openers would obviously face the brunt of it & Rayudu got his preferred mode of tuk tuk available due to early wickets & absence of the top gun.

 

On topic, let's not forget, we also rested Bumrah in recent odis.

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8 hours ago, Clarke said:

Openers would obviously face the brunt of it & Rayudu got his preferred mode of tuk tuk available due to early wickets & absence of the top gun.

that's what openers do open. middle order does middle order. what's your point ? 

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1 hour ago, Vilander said:

that's what openers do open. middle order does middle order. what's your point ? 

NZ series is a very small data set. It's very unlikely Rayudu can keep his SR above our openers. He can keep avg higher by tuk tuk.

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1 minute ago, Clarke said:

NZ series is a very small data set. It's very unlikely Rayudu can keep his SR above our openers. He can keep avg higher by tuk tuk.

One thing certain about Rayudu is he is a team player as we clearly have seen from his 90 the other day. He could have clearly played for a 100 or even in one of the previous games where he got out on 45 odd.

 

He will either get out forcing the pace cheaply or he will play knocks such as the 5th odi.

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14 minutes ago, maniac said:

One thing certain about Rayudu is he is a team player as we clearly have seen from his 90 the other day. He could have clearly played for a 100 or even in one of the previous games where he got out on 45 odd.

 

He will either get out forcing the pace cheaply or he will play knocks such as the 5th odi.

Must be at best a very limited team player. The guy manages 8 fours, 4 sixes & SR < 80 in this successful inning which included a life at 60(96). Not much ability to force the pace which is evident in his overall SR.

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3 minutes ago, Clarke said:

Must be at best a very limited team player. The guy manages 8 fours, 4 sixes & SR < 80 in this successful inning which included a life at 60(96). Not much ability to force the pace which is evident in his overall SR.

He was at a Sr of 30 early on for the first 50-60 balls. Clearly life  on 60(96) proves he was trying to force the pace and he ended up with a much better Sr at the end.

 

It was one of the finest overseas innings played in ODIs on a challenging track by an Indian.

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3 hours ago, Clarke said:

NZ series is a very small data set. It's very unlikely Rayudu can keep his SR above our openers. He can keep avg higher by tuk tuk.

May be but i cant blame him so far.

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11 hours ago, Clarke said:

Must be at best a very limited team player. The guy manages 8 fours, 4 sixes & SR < 80 in this successful inning which included a life at 60(96). Not much ability to force the pace which is evident in his overall SR.

He did win us the game. NZ top and middle order on same track did nothing even when they knew how much they had to score. So Rayudu played than home team on that day. 

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26 minutes ago, jf1gp_1 said:

He did win us the game. NZ top and middle order on same track did nothing even when they knew how much they had to score. So Rayudu played than home team on that day. 

Not denying his contribution, just debating his abilities for big scoring odi games, which many of us here have doubts.

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