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  1. 500 & 1000 rs notes stopped from tonight

    Hoping for that.
  2. Highest SR for India in T20Is since 2016

    He has got enough chances. Most of the time he has batted after 12-14 overs. How much chance does a no 5-6 batsman needs in T20Is - 20 overs?
  3. Highest SR for India in T20Is since 2016

    He is spent force in ODIs.
  4. Except Maxwell and Finch, all aussies batsmen have either similar or lesser SR than Dhoni.
  5. Highest SR for India in T20Is since 2016

    Pandya averages 11 in T20Is in 29 games.
  6. Pandya? Kohli? Overall figures Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s KL Rahul 2016-2017 12 11 2 458 110* 50.88 310 147.74 1 3 1 41 20 MS Dhoni 2016-2018 36 30 18 558 56 46.50 380 146.84 0 2 0 41 21 RG Sharma 2016-2018 29 29 1 801 118 28.60 553 144.84 1 5 3 77 37 V Kohli 2016-2018 27 25 9 967 90* 60.43 678 142.62 0 9 1 104 18 MK Pandey 2016-2018 15 12 5 328 79* 46.85 244 134.42 0 2 1 19 12 HH Pandya 2016-2018 29 17 2 167 31 11.13 126 132.53 0 0 2 10 8 SK Raina 2016-2018 21 17 2 370 63 24.66 283 130.74 0 1 1 34 12 S Dhawan 2016-2018 22 22 3 524 80 27.57 401 130.67 0 4 0 67 16 KM Jadhav 2016-2017 7 4 0 108 58 27.00 86 125.58 0 1 0 11 3 Yuvraj Singh 2016-2017 18 14 3 209 35 19.00 194 107.73 0 0 1 16 11 AM Rahane 2016-2016 7 7 2 102 40 20.40 96 106.25 0 0 1 8 0 First one is not in the team, 2nd one - everyone wants him to be dropped.
  7. Which soap do you use ?

    Months I can say, not the date.
  8. Which soap do you use ?

    2011-14 - mostly pears 2015-16 - Khadi 2016-18 - Pears and Dettol
  9. Bumrah no. 1 in odi ranking

    Pos Player Rating 1 Jasprit Bumrah IND 787 2 Rashid Khan AFG 787 3 Trent Boult NZ 729 4 Josh Hazlewood AUS 714 5 Hasan Ali PAK 711 6 Imran Tahir SA 683 7 Kagiso Rabada SA 679 8 Yuzvendra Chahal IND 667 9 Mitchell Santner NZ 662 10 Mitchell Starc AUS 658 11 Mohammad Nabi AFG 646 12 Sunil Narine WI 636 13 Adil Rashid ENG 632 14 Chris Woakes ENG 630 15 Kuldeep Yadav IND 628 16 Akshar Patel IND 624 Chahal at 8 and Kuldeep at 15.
  10. 500 & 1000 rs notes stopped from tonight

    Yeah, all this along with our cook and maids asking for cash for days and we had to tell them just to wait. DeMo was biggest blunder by Modi Govt.
  11. Bumrah no. 1 in odi ranking

    True. India has won chasing 340+ 3 times only, but somehow we think that we had a chance that too final.
  12. Rohit and Dhawan ....test career future??

    This is quite common in cricket. Almost all openers are failing overseas. Except Cook, there are not many batsmen with good all round record. Hell, most openers are struggling to cement their place because of failures even at home. That's why he isn't the worst option and should always remain in 15. Playing XI can vary according to captain's preferences.
  13. Rohit and Dhawan ....test career future??

    Of all those players who opened in test cricket? Those are some random unrelated examples. All openers of 2010s. Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s DA Warner (AUS) 2011-2018 71 128 5 6107 253 49.65 8128 75.13 21 27 6 731 54 AN Cook (ENG) 2010-2018 102 184 10 8302 294 47.71 17655 47.02 22 35 5 945 8 GC Smith (SA) 2010-2014 38 66 4 2814 234 45.38 4878 57.68 9 12 1 329 6 D Elgar (SA) 2014-2018 37 63 4 2635 199 44.66 5703 46.20 9 10 3 312 17 CJL Rogers (AUS) 2013-2015 24 46 1 1996 173 44.35 3955 50.46 5 14 1 264 1 KL Rahul (INDIA) 2015-2018 22 34 1 1438 199 43.57 2527 56.90 4 10 3 165 11 S Dhawan (INDIA) 2013-2018 29 49 1 2046 190 42.62 3070 66.64 6 5 4 274 9 V Sehwag (INDIA) 2010-2013 32 57 2 2338 173 42.50 2674 87.43 6 13 6 348 16 Tamim Iqbal (BDESH) 2010-2018 42 81 1 3338 206 41.72 5796 57.59 7 23 5 393 31 Mohammad Hafeez (PAK) 2010-2016 37 71 6 2662 224 40.95 4421 60.21 7 8 7 323 25 M Vijay (INDIA) 2010-2018 50 88 1 3539 167 40.67 7721 45.83 11 14 5 414 31 TWM Latham (NZ) 2014-2017 33 60 2 2266 177 39.06 4865 46.57 6 13 4 267 7 TM Dilshan (SL) 2010-2013 24 44 1 1645 193 38.25 2403 68.45 5 9 4 208 7 KC Brathwaite (WI) 2011-2017 44 82 5 2899 212 37.64 6817 42.52 6 16 10 283 9 FDM Karunaratne (SL) 2012-2018 48 92 3 3175 196 35.67 6667 47.62 7 14 9 316 6 AN Petersen (SA) 2010-2015 36 63 3 2077 182 34.61 4023 51.62 5 8 3 253 12 SR Watson (AUS) 2010-2013 22 40 1 1333 126 34.17 2518 52.93 1 9 2 182 12 NT Paranavitana (SL) 2010-2012 21 42 5 1262 111 34.10 3239 38.96 2 7 7 138 5 AJ Strauss (ENG) 2010-2012 31 51 1 1648 141 32.96 3556 46.34 3 9 6 195 2 G Gambhir (INDIA) 2010-2016 30 53 2 1566 116 30.70 3115 50.27 1 12 6 200 4 Imrul Kayes (BDESH) 2010-2018 23 44 2 1289 150 30.69 2512 51.31 2 4 1 172 10 JK Silva (SL) 2013-2017 34 63 0 1859 139 29.50 4627 40.17 2 12 4 220 2 MJ Guptill (NZ) 2010-2016 33 62 0 1746 156 28.16 3700 47.18 2 12 7 231 13 KOA Powell (WI) 2011-2017 29 53 1 1445 134 27.78 2976 48.55 3 3 4 201 8
  14. Rohit and Dhawan ....test career future??

    Yes average of 42 for opener is not much to show.
  15. Rohit and Dhawan ....test career future??

    Unfair to compare them with Dhawan who is an opener. Even Sehwag had similar averages and played 100+ tests. Dhawan especially can score outside. Maybe 1 or 2 fluke centuries, but he can. Rohit on the other hand is hopeless.

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