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  1. http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/20667865/arjun-tendulkar-selected-mumbai-u-19-squad
  2. 13288 runs at avg of 52 in 164 matches 12400 runs at avg of 57 in 134 matches.
  3. ODI list by Wisden 1 IVA Richards 189* WI v Eng, Old Trafford, 1984 257.6 2 RT Ponting 140* Aust v India, Jo'burg, 2002-03 252.5 3 IVA Richards 138* WI v Eng, Lord's, 1979 245.8 4 ST Jayasuriya 189 SL v India, Sharjah, 2000-01 245.3 5 Kapil Dev 175* India v Zim, Tunbridge Wells, 1983 241.9 6 Saeed Anwar 194 Pak v India, Chennai, 1996-97 225.6 7 DI Gower 158 Eng v NZ, Brisbane, 1982-83 219.8 8 BC Lara 169 WI v SL, Sharjah, 1995-96 215.2 9 PA de Silva 107* SL v Aust, Lahore, 1995-96 212.9 10 CH Lloyd 102 WI v Aust, Lord's, 1975 209.8 11 BC Lara 153 WI v Pak, Sharjah, 1993-94 204.5 12 IVA Richards 181 WI v SL, Karachi, 1987-88 203.1 13 BC Lara 146* WI v NZ, Port-of-Spain, 1995-96 202.9 14 SP Fleming 146* NZ v SA, Johannesburg, 2002-03 202.3 15 ST Jayasuriya 151* SL v India, Mumbai, 1996-97 201.1 16 PA de Silva 134 SL v Pak, Sharjah, 1996-97 201.0 17 A Symonds 143* Aust v Pak, Johannesburg, 2002-03 200.6 18 ME Waugh 173 Aust v WI, Melbourne, 2000-01 200.1 19 RL Powell 124 WI v India, Singapore, 1999-2000 199.5 20 SR Waugh 120* Aust v SA, Headingley, 1999 199.2
  4. http://www.rediff.com/cricket/2001/jul/30bat10.htm Wisden rated Bradman's 270 at top and Laxman's innings at no 6. 1. Don Bradman270 for Australia v England at Melbourne in 1936-37. 2. Brian Lara153* for West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown in 1998-99 3. Graham Gooch154* for England v West Indies at Headingley in 1991. 4. Ian Botham149* for England v Australia at Headingley in 1981 5. Don Bradman299* for Australia v South Africa at Adelaide in 1931-32. 6. VVS Laxman281 for India v Australia at Calcutta in 2000-01
  5. Dravid v Sanga - who was better test batsman?

    On what basis? Sanga has much better record, proved to do well in all types of conditions.
  6. Virat Kohli v AB de Villiers - who is better ODI batsman?

    Both have similar records. Kohli has 8700 runs in 199 matches at avg of 55 and AB has ~9500 runs in 224 ODIs at avg of 54. AB is more explosive with his SR 10 points higher than Kohli's and recently he hit 100 ball 176 to reach top of ICC ODI rankings. For years, AB dV and other SA batsmen have been regarded as chokers who can't handle pressure. This is one argument given in favor of Kohli. Another argument has been giving more weight to chases and regarding runs scored in first inning as less values when both innings matter equally for the team. Kohli is probably best chaser in history of game. AB although is not close to Kohli, has been good too with avg of 58 in chases and 84 in successful. In first inning, Kohli averages 43 and is not better than many other peers of his generation. AB has been very good in this and has hit 18 hundreds at avg of 51. When it comes to so called meaningful matches, it's now clear that Kohli is very different from Saffers. He is yet to score a 50 in any of finals he has played so far. On the other hand AB did score a quick half century against Aussies in only final he played. Surely Kohli can't be better just on the basis of successful chases in "meanlingless bilaterals"?
  7. https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/495373
  8. Dravid v Sanga - who was better test batsman?

    On which minefield Dravid scored runs? On contrary, Sanga did score 144 when our team was bowled out in 250s http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/13961/scorecard/343731/Sri-Lanka-vs-India-3rd-Test-india-in-sri-lanka-test-series/ I don't recall many half-centuries from Dravid in conditions when spinners were wrecking havoc. Max he would do is to survive for 100 balls, score 25 runs and get out. Dravid was massive success in England where Sanga couldn't do much. However, Dravid failed regularly in SA. In fact apart from scoring in 1 match (229 runs), Dravid did nothing in any other match, his batting was pretty match like a lower order batsman managing 1 fifity in 10 matches. His overall avg of 29 in SA shows that. Sanga wasn't very successful in SA, but he averaged 39 in first 2 tours and scored a century in last tour to return with overall avg of 35. http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/14488/scorecard/251486/New-Zealand-vs-Sri-Lanka-2nd-Test-sri-lanka-in-new-zealand-test-series/ This counter attack by Sanga scoring 150 at SR of 80 is probably one of the best inning played by batsmen on swinging track in last 10 years. SL managed to score 260 and NZ were bowled out for 130. Doubt there are many innings like this. http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/14488/scorecard/251485/New-Zealand-vs-Sri-Lanka-1st-Test-sri-lanka-in-new-zealand-test-series/ Or his 100 against Bond and co, when both team struggled to score runs. SL were bowled out for 154, 170, NZ 206 and 119/5. http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/11497/scorecard/749779/New-Zealand-vs-Sri-Lanka-2nd-Test-sri-lanka-in-new-zealand-test-series/ His double hundred.
  9. Dravid v Sanga - who was better test batsman?

    Like I mentioned earlier, Dravid was somewhat similar player. He has 1 hundred against ATG bowlers in 29 away matches. In total 59 matches against those bowlers (home/away) he has 5 hundreds. One can say that all batsmen struggle against great bowlers, but they do manage to play multiple century knocks. SRT has 19 hundreds against them out of his 51. Dravid failed to do anything in SL against Murali, went missing against SA in multiple tours against Steyn, Pollock and Donald. Suddenly whenever he was facing lesser bowlers, he was back in form. Dravid did well in difficult conditions and in pressure conditions, but same goes Sangakara. He has played many knocks for SL like that. http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/28114.html?class=1;filter=advanced;player_involve=1765;player_involve=1775;player_involve=1884;player_involve=1935;player_involve=2000;player_involve=2011;player_involve=2041;player_involve=2101;player_involve=2228;player_involve=47154;template=results;type=batting Records type batting analysis [change type] View career summary [change view] Involving any of the players CEL Ambrose (WI) or AA Donald (SA) or GD McGrath (AUS) or M Muralitharan (ICC/SL) or SM Pollock (SA) or DW Steyn (SA) or CA Walsh (WI) or Waqar Younis (PAK) or SK Warne (AUS) or Wasim Akram (PAK) Ordered by default (ascending) Return to query menu Cleared query menu Career averages Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s unfiltered 1996-2012 164 286 32 13288 270 52.31 31258 42.51 36 63 8 1654 21 Profile filtered 1996-2011 59 104 7 3785 180 39.02 10137 37.33 5 21 3 445 8 Career summary Grouping Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s ICC World XI 2005-2005 1 2 0 23 23 11.50 74 31.08 0 0 1 3 0 India 1996-2011 58 102 7 3762 180 39.60 10063 37.38 5 21 2 442 8 v Australia 1996-2005 15 27 1 884 180 34.00 2506 35.27 1 5 3 104 2 v Pakistan 1999-1999 3 6 0 162 53 27.00 467 34.68 0 1 0 15 1 v South Africa 1996-2011 20 38 3 1189 148 33.97 3406 34.90 2 4 0 156 0 v Sri Lanka 1997-2010 16 26 1 1190 177 47.60 2621 45.40 2 7 0 137 4 v West Indies 1997-1997 5 7 2 360 92 72.00 1137 31.66 0 4 0 33 1 and in away matches Records type batting analysis [change type] View career summary [change view] Home or away away (home of opposition) Involving any of the players CEL Ambrose (WI) or AA Donald (SA) or GD McGrath (AUS) or M Muralitharan (ICC/SL) or SM Pollock (SA) or DW Steyn (SA) or CA Walsh (WI) or Waqar Younis (PAK) or SK Warne (AUS) or Wasim Akram (PAK) Ordered by default (ascending) Return to query menu Cleared query menu Career averages Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s unfiltered 1996-2012 164 286 32 13288 270 52.31 31258 42.51 36 63 8 1654 21 Profile filtered 1996-2011 29 54 4 1622 148 32.44 4583 35.39 1 10 2 179 1 Career summary Grouping Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s ICC World XI 2005-2005 1 2 0 23 23 11.50 74 31.08 0 0 1 3 0 India 1996-2011 28 52 4 1599 148 33.31 4509 35.46 1 10 1 176 1 v Australia 1999-2005 4 8 0 116 35 14.50 442 26.24 0 0 2 6 0 v South Africa 1996-2011 11 22 1 624 148 29.71 1658 37.63 1 2 0 83 0 v Sri Lanka 1997-2010 9 17 1 522 75 32.62 1346 38.78 0 4 0 57 0 v West Indies 1997-1997 5 7 2 360 92 72.00 1137 31.66 0 4 0 33 1 in Australia 1999-2005 4 8 0 116 35 14.50 442 26.24 0 0 2 6 0 in South Africa 1996-2011 11 22 1 624 148 29.71 1658 37.63 1 2 0 83 0 in Sri Lanka 1997-2010 9 17 1 522 75 32.62 1346 38.78 0 4 0 57 0 in West Indies 1997-1997 5 7 2 360 92 72.00 1137 31.66 0 4 0 33 1 So, both scored against medium to good opposition only and Sanga was probably better bully of such bowlers than Dravid whereas both were not proven success against ATGs. Sanga has advantage of being more prolific scorer over Dravid, while it can be argued that even though both had similar level of success against mid-range bowlers, Dravid had to face ATGs more than what Sanga did in his career. Sanga was good against these medium to good bowlers in home matches, Dravid mostly in away matches. But their weakness are quite similar.
  10. Dravid v Sanga - who was better test batsman?

    Sanga has played great knocks. http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/11497/scorecard/749779/New-Zealand-vs-Sri-Lanka-2nd-Test-sri-lanka-in-new-zealand-test-series/ His 203 in NZ at SR of 66 when everyone struggled in first inning. NZ were bowled out for 221, and SL batsmen scored 153 except Sanga. 192 at Hobart http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/14187/scorecard/291339/Australia-vs-Sri-Lanka-2nd-Test-warne-muralitharan-trophy/ Not as good as that 180, but he has scored multiple double big 100s when no one else was scoring in his team.
  11. Dravid v Sanga - who was better test batsman?

    How? Sanga was way too prolific scorer. Both had similar weaknesses. Dravid failed to score in SA and SL. While Sanga didn't face many ATG bowlers, Dravid has one 1 away hundred against all ATG bowlers - his 100 in SA.
  12. Who gets paid what in cricket

    Read more: http://www.thecricketmonthly.com/story/1123792/who-gets-paid-what-in-cricket
  13. Who gets paid what in cricket

    Strange that Ravi Shastri makes more than players from BCCI.
  14. Happy Diwali to all !!!

    Happy Diwali everyone! Share your diwali pics. @Stuge @sscomp32 @velu @Malcolm Merlyn @G_B_ @Cricketics @SLICKR392 @beetle @rkt.india @express bowling @sourab10forever @New guy @BeautifulGame
  15. Suggest sites for a new capital

    Nagpur can be good option.
  16. Thread title is self explanatory
  17. Combined Indo Pak All Time ODI Team

    Gambhir was averaging 33 with bat in last 30 matches. That too when he was doing well against SL only. He was averaging below 30 since 2011. Reverse cumulative Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 0 4s 6s Opposition Start Date 1 1 0 24 24 24.00 42 57.14 0 0 0 5 0 v England 27 Jan 2013 ODI # 3329 2 2 0 34 24 17.00 58 58.62 0 0 0 7 0 v England 23 Jan 2013 ODI # 3327 3 3 0 67 33 22.33 111 60.36 0 0 0 11 0 v England 19 Jan 2013 ODI # 3322 4 4 0 75 33 18.75 124 60.48 0 0 0 12 0 v England 15 Jan 2013 ODI # 3320 5 5 0 127 52 25.40 176 72.15 0 1 0 19 0 v England 11 Jan 2013 ODI # 3318 6 6 0 142 52 23.66 203 69.95 0 1 0 20 0 v Pakistan 6 Jan 2013 ODI # 3316 7 7 0 153 52 21.85 228 67.10 0 1 0 21 0 v Pakistan 3 Jan 2013 ODI # 3315 8 8 0 161 52 20.12 245 65.71 0 1 0 22 0 v Pakistan 30 Dec 2012 ODI # 3314 9 9 0 161 52 17.88 247 65.18 0 1 1 22 0 v Pakistan 18 Mar 2012 ODI # 3263 10 10 0 172 52 17.20 263 65.39 0 1 1 23 0 v Bangladesh 16 Mar 2012 ODI # 3261 11 11 0 195 52 17.72 311 62.70 0 1 1 26 0 v Australia 26 Feb 2012 ODI # 3250 12 12 0 200 52 16.66 316 63.29 0 1 1 27 0 v Australia 19 Feb 2012 ODI # 3244 13 13 0 292 92 22.46 427 68.38 0 2 1 34 0 v Australia 12 Feb 2012 ODI # 3237 14 14 0 297 92 21.21 435 68.27 0 2 1 34 0 v Australia 5 Feb 2012 ODI # 3231 15 15 0 328 92 21.86 476 68.90 0 2 1 36 0 v West Indies 11 Dec 2011 ODI # 3224 16 16 0 395 92 24.68 543 72.74 0 3 1 47 0 v West Indies 8 Dec 2011 ODI # 3223 17 17 0 395 92 23.23 544 72.61 0 3 2 47 0 v West Indies 5 Dec 2011 ODI # 3221 18 18 0 407 92 22.61 562 72.41 0 3 2 49 0 v West Indies 2 Dec 2011 ODI # 3219 19 19 0 411 92 21.63 565 72.74 0 3 2 50 0 v West Indies 29 Nov 2011 ODI # 3217 20 20 0 449 92 22.45 611 73.48 0 3 2 54 0 v England 25 Oct 2011 ODI # 3210 21 21 0 450 92 21.42 617 72.93 0 3 2 54 0 v England 23 Oct 2011 ODI # 3207 22 22 0 508 92 23.09 677 75.03 0 4 2 57 1 v England 20 Oct 2011 ODI # 3205 23 23 1 592 92 26.90 767 77.18 0 5 2 67 1 v England 17 Oct 2011 ODI # 3201 24 24 1 624 92 27.13 800 78.00 0 5 2 71 1 v England 14 Oct 2011 ODI # 3199 25 25 1 651 92 27.12 832 78.24 0 5 2 73 1 v Pakistan 30 Mar 2011 ODI # 3147 26 26 1 701 92 28.04 896 78.23 0 6 2 75 1 v Australia 24 Mar 2011 ODI # 3143 27 27 1 723 92 27.80 922 78.41 0 6 2 79 1 v West Indies 20 Mar 2011 ODI # 3141 28 28 1 792 92 29.33 997 79.43 0 7 2 86 1 v South Africa 12 Mar 2011 ODI # 3128 29 29 1 820 92 29.28 1025 80.00 0 7 2 89 1 v Netherlands 9 Mar 2011 ODI # 3124 30 30 1 830 92 28.62 1040 79.80 0 7 2 91 1 v Ireland 6 Mar 2011 ODI # 3121 31 31 1 881 92 29.36 1101 80.01 0 8 2 96 1 v England 27 Feb 2011 ODI # 3110 32 32 1 920 92 29.67 1140 80.70 0 8 2 99 1 v Bangladesh 19 Feb 2011 ODI # 3100 33 33 1 920 92 28.75 1143 80.48 0 8 3 99 1 v New Zealand 10 Dec 2010 ODI # 3077 34 34 1 947 92 28.69 1167 81.14 0 8 3 103 1 v New Zealand 7 Dec 2010 ODI # 3076 35 35 2 1073 126* 32.51 1284 83.56 1 8 3 119 1 v New Zealand 4 Dec 2010 ODI # 3074 36 36 3 1211 138* 36.69 1400 86.50 2 8 3 137 1 v New Zealand 1 Dec 2010 ODI # 3072 37 37 3 1249 138* 36.73 1438 86.85 2 8 3 143 1 v New Zealand 28 Nov 2010 ODI # 3070 38 38 3 1332 138* 38.05 1535 86.77 2 9 3 149 2 v Pakistan 19 Jun 2010 ODI # 2996 39 39 3 1414 138* 39.27 1636 86.43 2 10 3 155 2 v Bangladesh 16 Jun 2010 ODI # 2993 40 40 3 1455 138* 39.32 1682 86.50 2 10 3 160 2 v Bangladesh 11 Jan 2010 ODI # 2942 41 41 3 1473 138* 38.76 1706 86.34 2 10 3 162 2 v Bangladesh 7 Jan 2010 ODI # 2939
  18. Thommo - how quick was he?'

    This doesn't exactly prove it, but baseball has always recorded bit faster than cricket and the barrier of 102 mph is rarely crossed. I guess it has happened like 5-10 times max.
  19. Combined Indo Pak All Time ODI Team

    Surprised to see so many people voting for Kumble in ODI team. Akhtar, Zak, Srinath were better ODI bowlers. Even Agarkar to some extent.
  20. http://www.bcci.tv/news/2017/press-releases/16483/schedule-of-home-series-against-new-zealand-a-declared The complete fixtures are as follows: New Zealand 'A' tour of India, 2017 S.No. Date Match Venue 1 23-Sep 1st Four-day Match Vijayawada 24-Sep 25-Sep 26-Sep 2 30-Sep 2nd Four-day Match Vijayawada 1-Oct 2-Oct 3-Oct 3 6-Oct 1st One-day Vizag 4 8-Oct 2nd One-day Vizag 5 10-Oct 3rd One-day Vizag 6 13-Oct 4th One-day Vizag 7 15-Oct 5th One-day Vizag Karun Nair has been named captain of India A
  21. Where are quality lefties in the world?

    This is lowest point for left handed batsman in world. Apart from Cook, there aren't many top lefties in test cricket. Most popular are Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali, best is Bravo but that's it. Cricket is over for LHB.
  22. Thommo - how quick was he?'

    If batsmen were shown speeds after each delivery, then they will definitely tell better than viewers which bowlers are bowling 90mph and which one 95 mph

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