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Ishant gets Merai LBW with a full inswinging delivery. 5 overs 12 runs and 1 wicket so far for Ishant. Pace is 135 - 140K. 

According to cricinfo, that was a straight delivery, do these Crapinfo guys even watch the match? The ball clearly swung in the air and maybe even some seam after pitching, it was the movement which fooled the batsman.

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Probably due factors  prime reason so Delhi captain put Gujarat in.to bat first

Bumrah and A.Patel in good form but we see here all Delhi bowler except ishant no one impress, even their fielding was club standard.they dropped PP on 67.

148 unbeaten is the best ever partnership by Gujarat in HAZARE cup.

Bhatt gone for 60.

Bhatt 324 plus 60 in the cup?

I may wrong.i think mandeep number 1

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Nothing much for the fast bowlers in this pitch,but it was turning sharply in the end.quality of spinners is so poor in our domestic ,don't think the gujju spinners will use the spinning track to their effect

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Dhawan can't even play an ageing rp singh. Idiot selectors didn't even select a backup opener for Australia. 

His form is a huge concern. Can't have an opener who is in horrible form in a tough tour like Australia.

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Jasprit Bumrah broke the middle-stump of Unmukt Chand in two pieces. He is beating the batsmen with his pace and combined with good accuracy and some seam movement, it is nearly impossible to hit him for runs, most of his balls are at 140k despite bowling a long spell.

Bumrah has bowled really well. 6 overs 11 runs 3 wickets. Pace at 135 - 140K. With the occasional effort ball going over 140K. He should have been selected for Australia. 

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Negi gets to his 50 by smacking Axar for a 6. 50 off 39 balls. I think Negi can be a good option in T20's in subcontinent. Bowling is decent and he can hit some big shots too.

Axar getting hit is a good sign for the Australia series! I am sure he will be picked to play in the ODIs and will be just as bad as he is here.

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Bumrah's Spell

"Bumrah ne Gumrah kr diya" Srsly Hindi commentators r pathetic

http://www.bcci.tv/videos/id/1739/vijay-hazare-trophy-final-delhi-v-gujrat-j-bumrah-5-wkts

The guys has got pace, Diff action, Yorkers , Can hurry the batsman. Doesnt look quick but is that decives a lot of batsman

Most imp He has Wkt taking abilities 

HE shud b in Odi setup .

Shud have been on the plane to aus

Yuvraj also tweets about him

 

yuvraj singh ‏@YUVSTRONG12  58s59 seconds ago

Well done Gujarat @parthiv9 @RpSingh99 for outstanding performances! And specially the young and fast jaspreet bumrah boy to watch ahead

 

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No selector can stop Bumrah from playing in the eleven regularly for india.

This guy is definitely india material.

Good news for him is that 5 guys who are selected ahead of him...none of the 5 is ahead of him at present.

Neither Ishan't nor umesh bhuvi bran shammi (not sure whether he is at his 140 plus speeds or is 130k) not even hardik ..no one is competition to Bumrah as on today.

We are not taking a great pace attack to Australia. .Bumrah Shardul n varun staying back in india.

Bhuvi needs a pitch to help him else he is ineffective..not sure Australian tracks wud help him.

Umesh has got bouncy pitches in Australia so it's cool for him but umesh suceed 33 percent days 67 percent days he is average so we have to pray that umesh is lucky.

Ishan't is still a defensive bowler at best..he shud have taken 4 wickets today but he was happy giving less runs so he under performed.

Shammi can't come into his high performance mode right away.

Bran is too raw and is not too fast too so is not threatening.

Leave aside Axar even jaddu will forget bowling in Australia. 

Big tweaker ashwin  may get some success bcos he is now one of the best in world.

I m sure Bumrah will be called as replacement for someone.

 

 

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No selector can stop Bumrah from playing in the eleven regularly for india.

This guy is definitely india material.

Good news for him is that 5 guys who are selected ahead of him...none of the 5 is ahead of him at present.

Neither Ishan't nor umesh bhuvi bran shammi (not sure whether he is at his 140 plus speeds or is 130k) not even hardik ..no one is competition to Bumrah as on today.

We are not taking a great pace attack to Australia. .Bumrah Shardul n varun staying back in india.

Bhuvi needs a pitch to help him else he is ineffective..not sure Australian tracks wud help him.

Umesh has got bouncy pitches in Australia so it's cool for him but umesh suceed 33 percent days 67 percent days he is average so we have to pray that umesh is lucky.

Ishan't is still a defensive bowler at best..he shud have taken 4 wickets today but he was happy giving less runs so he under performed.

Shammi can't come into his high performance mode right away.

Bran is too raw and is not too fast too so is not threatening.

Leave aside Axar even jaddu will forget bowling in Australia. 

Big tweaker ashwin  may get some success bcos he is now one of the best in world.

I m sure Bumrah will be called as replacement for someone.

 

 

U are just going over-board here....

Bumrah is a good bowler esp in one day matches....his not-so-typical action helps him in one day matches....

He is a product in making.

But having known the quality of our bowlers he should have been on the plane to OZZIEE....but his chance will come...

He has played some A tours earlier which means that he is in the selector radar...... just a freaking injury kept him away............

But he has good potential but he should be wary about his injuries.........one more irfan sort of bowler

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U are just going over-board here....

Bumrah is a good bowler esp in one day matches....his not-so-typical action helps him in one day matches....

He is a product in making.

But having known the quality of our bowlers he should have been on the plane to OZZIEE....but his chance will come...

He has played some A tours earlier which means that he is in the selector radar...... just a freaking injury kept him away............

But he has good potential but he should be wary about his injuries.........one more irfan sort of bowler

we are gking to Australia for odi n t 20 only.

Unorthodox actions help big in odi"s n t20..

Malinga also suceeded big in ipl.

That's why I said he is as good as the one who r selected at least for odi n t 20.

I feel shammi may not be ready to go full throttle and if he is bowling slower than 140 then he is a wrong selection.

I am also worried about bran go the sreenath arvind way..if he is smashed badly.

If he is selected to play in 11 he shud suceed and be bowling at 140+ ..

So many bowlers are marked as failures so hope bran really puts his best n is ready.

I beleive vinay kumar under performed on that fast pitch in Australia. .dinda mithun.

These guys got their chances n were dumped.

Even binny he got enuf opportunities to bowl and he performed big only once.

 

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Getting hit badly is ok till their is promise.

If he bowls 140+ and is hit at 9 runs an over its ok..but if he is hit at 9 runs an over n he bowls at 135 k average..then he is an average bowler.

I m talking about bran.

If he bowls under 140k in Australia then his future could be average.

Zak was 140k average when he started.

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Getting hit badly is ok till their is promise.

If he bowls 140+ and is hit at 9 runs an over its ok..but if he is hit at 9 runs an over n he bowls at 135 k average..then he is an average bowler.

I m talking about bran.

If he bowls under 140k in Australia then his future could be average.

Zak was 140k average when he started.

True,

Well u have to pateint with bowler whom u spot talent with.

We have to understand these bowlers dnt have someone like Imran, srinath zaheer, steyn Mcgrath to guide them on field n not even a bolwing coach like donald , streak n bond. Neither they can go 4 help to many ppl in india . 

N also We have a captain who scares bowler by saying we dnt bowler with pace. I mean even if ur disappointed y wud u say that in public ion post match . 

Our bowlers need time, Speciall their bodies r nt as strong as of Sa aus Pak nz n sl bowlers.

Aaron n Umesh have recieved a lot of criticism .

PPl have forgotten umesh got injured wen he was top of his game after Ind-eng ahemdabad test. N aaron had many stress fractures . To their credit they both havent lost speed.

They dnt play consistently that affects.

Aaron has started putting wrist in his action thats improvemnt, n umesh the way he use that slingy action for reverse was commendable. 

We have to give them time. If they make it big they can inspire a culture of fast bowling in India

N xactly as u said no point backing someone who bowls 130-135 becoz pace cant b taught. control can  

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Bumrah looks good but people are going a little overboard around here. He bowls in between 135-140 and not 140 all the time. 

His action somehow feels odd and I think it may not help him to get faster. 

He needs to work on his wrist position and work on his arm rotation a bit more.

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Bumrah looks good but people are going a little overboard around here. He bowls in between 135-140 and not 140 all the time. 

His action somehow feels odd and I think it may not help him to get faster. 

Don't think anybody is going overboard with Bumrah. With his odd action, pace of 135 - 140 is good enough. He is just 22 years old and he has shown really good control and can bowl good bouncers, yorkers and slower ones which are required to succeed in ODI's. He can be a good bowler for India in ODI's.

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Hats off to all of us...the performance of all these pacers ,the one"s in Australia will be measured and weighed minutely.

I definitely will see the bowling on high density LED and would keep my word to do the analysis and share my views.

Only request all to be positive while analysing.

Statements like a bowler has no brains etc

Only show us in lowlight.

A warner on his ground is going to start hitting. I beleive they l use short balls a lot too. I have enjoyed umesh warner fights initially.umesh has got him out a few times.

I m good if warner hits 6 boundaries and then looses his wicket as if umesh doesn't get him only ashwin can..I doubt if others would get him easily.

I beleive umesh got some lbw decisions against smith wrong last time and smith scored. Time for luck to change.

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Jasprit Bumrah should have gone to Australia.

He has pace and bounce...seam movement and some swing too.....good yorker and bouncer.

He uses his head while bowling....and has wicket taking ability.

His unorthodox action is very difficult to pick and he bowls many lethal and dangerous looking deliveries.

He is young and tall too.

I think he can be test material too.....and very good for ODIs.

 

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I am really liking the fact that we are getting a nice pool of fast and fast-medium pacers in India for the first time in our history. It will increase the probability of finding a few accurate and good bowlers with pace.

Umesh, Aaron, Shami, Ishant, Nathu Singh, Bumrah, Sran, Suyal and maybe even Aniket Chowdhury have sufficient pace and  bounce needed for international cricket. Sandeep Warrier, VP Singh, Manpreet Goni etc. may have decent speeds, not very sure though . Young guys like Avesh Khan, Chama Milind and Monu Kumar have pace too.

Also....the new pacers are not losing pace  ( like many of our pacers e.g  Munaf, RP, Balaji  did between 2004 to 2010 ) ....Aaron, Ishant and Umesh have all bowled at high pace even after major injuries or operations.

The naysayers and pessimists may say what they like..... I think, with a " fast-bowler friendly captain " at the helm  and more talent coming up ....we have exciting times ahead in terms of pace bowlers

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I am really liking the fact that we are getting a nice pool of fast and fast-medium pacers in India for the first time in our history.

Umesh, Aaron, Shami, Ishant, Nathu Singh, Bumrah, Sran, Suyal and maybe even Aniket Chowdhury have sufficient pace and  bounce needed for international cricket. Sandeep Warrier, VP Singh, Manpreet Goni etc. may have decent speeds, not very sure though . Young guys like Avesh Khan, Chama Milind and Monu Kumar have pace too.

Also....the new pacers are not losing pace  ( like many of our pacers e.g  Munaf, RP, Balaji  did between 2004 to 2010 ) ....Aaron, Ishant and Umesh have all bowled at high pace even after major injuries or operations.

The naysayers and pessimists may say what they like..... I think, with a " fast-bowler friendly captain " at the helm  and more talent coming up ....we have exciting times ahead in terms of pace bowlers

I watched today the highlights of the Bangladesh series 3rd ODI which we won. Umesh was bowling over 140 kmph, but he was all over the place with length and line. Now, there is no use of bowling fast if you bowl that way as any batsman can use the pace to score easy runs. So, they do nothing with their pace, instead concede runs and look silly.

And Varun Aaron in the Bangalore Test against SA did the same. He was expensive and got away as the spinners bowled out SA cheaply. These bowlers repeat the same mistakes frequently and hence do not enjoy confidence of even the fans, let alone MSD.

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Source:  ESPNCRICINFO... 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/india/content/player/625383.html

 

Jasprit Bumrah      

India

Full name Jasprit Jasbirsingh Bumrah

Born December 6, 1993, Ahmedabad

Current age 22 years 25 days

Major teams Gujarat, India Under-23s, Mumbai Indians

Batting style Right-hand bat

Bowling style Right-arm medium

Batting and fielding averages
 MatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100504s6sCtSt
First-class1820168916*22.2532427.460010050
List A2095185*4.502475.00001050
Twenty2038652514*25.002696.15001250
Bowling averages
 MatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10
First-class183035211601645/528/10625.012.7255.0330
List A20201086728395/285/2818.664.0227.8210
Twenty2038388351060383/143/1427.897.6121.900

 

 

 

Bumrah has taken 39 wickets from 20 List A matches @ 18.66, ER of 4.02....it is very good.  he has a first class average of 25.01 too.

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I watched today the highlights of the Bangladesh series 3rd ODI which we won. Umesh was bowling over 140 kmph, but he was all over the place with length and line. Now, there is no use of bowling fast if you bowl that way as any batsman can use the pace to score easy runs. So, they do nothing with their pace, instead concede runs and look silly.

And Varun Aaron in the Bangalore Test against SA did the same. He was expensive and got away as the spinners bowled out SA cheaply. These bowlers repeat the same mistakes frequently and hence do not enjoy confidence of even the fans, let alone MSD.

Accuracy has been a problem with some of our faster pacers....that is true. 

My point is....as more and more fast bowlers are available for selection, that is the pool is large,..... the chance of finding 3  decently accurate fast bowlers become much higher. 

Also... we are seeing in the last 2 years  that Ishant has combined pace with accuracy. Umesh always had wicket taking potential and, in the last series, has been far more accurate. Shami can combine pace with accuracy too. Bumrah seems to have that quality also. Even Aaron has tried to be more accurate in the last test series.

I am always on the lookout for accurate fast bowlers and , with the pool expanding and bowlers maturing, along with a motivating captain....we have started to get some.

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Accuracy has been a problem with some of our faster pacers....that is true. 

My point is....as more and more fast bowlers are available for selection, that is the pool is large,..... the chance of finding 3  decently accurate fast bowlers becomes much higher. 

Also... we are seeing in the last 2 years  that Ishant has combined pace with accuracy. Umesh always had wicket taking potential and, in the last series, has been far more accurate. Shami can combine pace with accuracy too. Bumrah seems to have that quality also. Even Aaron has tried to be more accurate in the last test series.

I am always on the lookout for accurate fast bowlers and , with the pool expanding and bowlers maturing, along with a motivating captain....we have started to get some.

Yeah, hopefully Bumrah is good albeit with slower speeds. Even I want to see a pool of fast bowlers bowling consistently over 140+ kmph. Though, I must admit that Vijay Hazare trophy did disappoint me as I saw only trundlers bowling. 

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Yeah, hopefully Bumrah is good albeit with slower speeds. Even I want to see a pool of fast bowlers bowling consistently over 140+ kmph. Though, I must admit that Vijay Hazare trophy did disappoint me as I saw only trundlers bowling. 

Bumrah looks visually quick to me when he is fully fit. He hurries batsmen and often surprises them with pace. 

The speeds that we see on TV are release speeds....it is possible that Bumrah loses less pace after pitching compared to an average 135 k to 142 k pacer.  It could  also be that his unorthodox action makes it difficult for batsmen to read the ball's trajectory and they end up playing late. Whatever the reason...he hurries batsmen and has a good bouncer.

Another interesting aspect with Bumrah is that I have seen him bowl entire spells between 139 k to 142 k in a 5 day domestic match.

It is true that we were disappointed with trundlers galore at VH trophy....BUT most of the quick pacers that I mentioned in an earlier post were not playing in the televised matches. 

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