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  1. Confused
    Wapas got a reaction from beetle in What pisses you off?   
    I pissed off when ICF female present themself, in Male Avatar.
  2. Confused
    Wapas got a reaction from tweaker in What pisses you off?   
    I pissed off when ICF members not pay attention, on other than Indian Cricket news 
  3. Haha
    Wapas got a reaction from JaFanatic in The Never Ending Thread   
    Umar Akmal should give more chance in test matches.129 and 75 on debut test away from Asia in NZ at the age of 19
    now 1000 plus runs in 16 test 
  4. Great Post
    Wapas got a reaction from tweaker in Yasir Shah Fastest 150 Test Wicket // Sydney Barnes in 24 tests   
    PAKISTAN'S YASIR SHAH  Equal  150 test wicket with Waqar  of Pakistan in 27 test which are Asian fastest record, England's Sydney Barnes took 150 test wickets in only 24 test @WR over all.
     
    SL recover from 35 for 2 at Abu Dhabi
    Karunaratne 51 not out
    100 / 3
     
     
  5. Confused
    Wapas got a reaction from beetle in INDIA vs AUSTRALIA | 4th ODI | Bengaluru | Sep 28 2017   
    Umesh Accha
    Shammi Baccha
  6. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from velu in Evin Lewis !!!   
    July 9 thread 
    he hits 2 T20I century vs India 
    30 ball 97 in CPL 
    now 176 
  7. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from wanted_desi in Duleep Trophy 2017-18 India Red won by 163 runs   
    He will
  8. Haha
    Wapas got a reaction from The Realist in Eng vs WI : Sep 19-29,2017 : 5 ODI in England   
    239 all out poor score after winning toss and invite opposition to bats on road 
    217 for 6 eng.
    369 for 9 with mo and Wo killed them with century stand
  9. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from Rasgulla in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    MSD remains not out more time than anyone in LIMITED OVER CRICKET
  10. Haha
    Wapas got a reaction from Rasgulla in Eng vs WI : Sep 19-29,2017 : 5 ODI in England   
    50 Fours and 28 sixes in less than 100 overs game.i would love to see that game again because in USA, you can see ball by ball game again at anytime.( yu do not need to record MANUALLY IN YOUR BOX)
     
    Rasgulla
    The way Universal boss running in between wicket it's looks to me 
    he has 3 balls between his legs
    94 run out, missed his 23rd century
     
     
  11. Great Post
    Wapas got a reaction from tweaker in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    I seen Pandyas innings at motibaag, Baroda, when he was 16.
    He hits 9 sixes in 17 balls what a player
  12. Confused
    Wapas got a reaction from OpeningBatsman in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    His body Language can tell. he missed RITHIKA.he spends some 17 minutes between 62/69
    He must be tired, I bet he hits 140/160 if India bats first.
  13. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from Mosher in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    Yes
    Very very good innings, which give him so confidence in the future
    Fine shots for 4
  14. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from RAZPOR in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    83*
    20
    63*
     good vs better bowling by HARDIK
    51 partnership off 45
  15. Great Post
    Wapas got a reaction from tweaker in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    I seen Pandyas innings at motibaag, Baroda, when he was 16.
    He hits 9 sixes in 17 balls what a player
  16. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from Pollack in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    what an indignity for Wade to lose his spot to a part time keeper
    I think this move reeks of desperation and shows just how much CA are in disarray
    as for Finch, fine but why even pick Cartwright ahead of Khawaja as replacement opener?   It makes no sense at all
  17. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from G_B_ in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    2005 ODI here both Opener from either sides were run out 
    bell
    Utthapa 
  18. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from G_B_ in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    5/0/47/0 or worst 
  19. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from Pollack in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    WOHi jo AAP ko pasand  hai 
    if ozzie score 315 we will reaches target in 47 overs with 8 wickets win 
    understand POLLACK.
  20. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from Stuge in BCCI nominates Dhoni for PADMA BHUSHAN   
    http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/97215/india-cricket-news-bcci-nominates-dhoni-for-padma-bhushan
     
    congratulation Mahendra Singh Dhoni 
  21. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from velu in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    Which could makes Us,'' Officially number one'' Right now, before the game,ICC website says both SAfrica and India same 119.
  22. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from beetle in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    Ind vs Aus, Indore
    Starts at 01:30 PM IST (08:00 GMT), Sep 24
     
    Will the real Australia please stand up? David Warner, why so mellow? Two games in and the visitors resemble a team that would much rather have cooled its collective heels in preparation for the Ashes, if there was an option to send 15 doppelgangers to play this ODI series. Who knows? Maybe that's what they did. For, in two indifferent performances at Chennai and Kolkata, whenever the tourists have been under a modicum of pressure, the batsmen have caved and let India run all over them. Hardly an Australian thing to do.
     
    There'll have to be a considerable reversal at the Holkar Stadium on Sunday if the series is not to be decided after just three games. And that'll need to come from the top of the batting order. Training in Indore, the visitors can already see a few more chinks of light, literally and metaphorically. The sight of Aaron Finch hustling between the wickets in the nets for a quick three should come as a soothing balm for a troubled middle-order that has lacked both depth and confidence to face Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal from a 100 for 3 situation.
    There are other positives. Marcus Stoinis has laid out a template in the calm art of playing spin that others would do well to follow. Also, Steven Smith was left truly miffed by the end of the Kolkata game, which can hardly be a good sign for opposition.
     
    India have been dominant without always purring along like a high-spec engine of a super car they desire to be. Runs have come at the top and the lower middle-order, but they will once again begin casting an introspective eye on their No. 4 - Manish Pandey, the bridge between the two. For all the coming together of idealogies the IPL's brought about, an Australia tour of India still remains something of a culture shock. All talk in the Indian camp has been about the desire to inject oomph to their spin strength. 'We're fine with fast bowlers, thank you very much' Australia have said, before gloriously jettisoning Adam Zampa to the bench in a classic act of nonconformist behavior.
     
    The visitors are simply playing by their strenghts, which is never a bad thing to do. To bring the series back to life, the batsmen will also need to play and not just turn up to the game.
     
    When: India vs Australia, 3rd ODI, September 24, 13:30 IST; 08:00 GMT
    Where: Holkar Stadium, Indore
     
    What to expect: Seasonal rains lashed Indore earlier in the week but the forecast for Sunday is all clear, with just a 10% chance of showers on the morning before the match. In a (un) welcome departure from Kolkata and Chennai, the curator has promised 'lots of runs' and slightly less purchase for spinners. The last ODI in Indore may have seen a low-scorer but the curators of Madhya Pradesh know a thing or two about feeding the double-hundred hungry.
     
    Team News:
     
    India
    With a series win at stake, India will steer clear of making changes unless enforced by injury. Manish Pandey has had two unconvincing games in the series at a time when he could have put the hammer down and sealed his spot for good. So KL Rahul remains in contention, although India will offer Pandey at least another game. The bowling combination - a slinger, a swinger, two wrist spinners and an all-rounder - will continue to keep Ravindra Jadeja out although India will begin to consider the cushion of a sixth bowling option (Kedar Jadhav) on a good batting day.
    Probable XI: Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal
     
    Australia
    "He brings a lot of aggression at the top of the batting order," said Warner without definitely confirming the return of Finch. If the burly opener shakes off his calf niggle to get into the playing XI, that would resign Hilton Cartwright to the bench. Since his maiden ODI hundred against Pakistan in January, Matthew Wade has been dismissed for single-figure scores in five of the six innings, with his scores reading 35, 5, 8, 2, 9 and 2. Peter Handscomb practiced with the 'keeping gloves under the watchful eyes of Brad Haddin and could be a possible inclusion.
    Probable XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade/Peter Handscomb (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson
     
    Did you know?
    - Virat Kohli is 41 runs away from scoring 2000 runs as skipper. He has 1959 runs from 34 innings and has six innings in hand to break AB de Villiers's record of fastest to 2000 runs as skipper.
     
    - India have won all their four ODIs at the Holkar Stadium - two against England and one each against West Indies and South Africa.
     
    - A win in the third ODI would equal India's longest winning streak - nine ODIs between 14 Nov 2008 and 05 Feb 2009. Kohli now has had three separate streaks of eight wins each.
     
    What they said:
    "When we became world champions, we were playing with a different team. There was a different dynamic. The team has undergone some chopping and changing. We have to find a stable team and one which works out best for the 2019 World Cup."
     
    - David Warner reckoned that the current Australian ODI team was still a work in progress.
     
    "They [Kuldeep and Chahal] are getting better day by day. But they are not taking things for granted, not taking things lightly, so that's a good thing."
     
    - Ajinkya Rahane jumps in on the wrist spinner bandwagon.

    Teams:

    India (From): Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni(w), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja, Lokesh Rahul, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav

    Australia (From): Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steven Smith(c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade(w), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb, Adam Zampa, Hilton Cartwright
     
    http://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-commentary/18858/ind-vs-aus-3rd-odi-australia-tour-of-india-2017
  23. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from beetle in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    Ind vs Aus, Indore
    Starts at 01:30 PM IST (08:00 GMT), Sep 24
     
    Will the real Australia please stand up? David Warner, why so mellow? Two games in and the visitors resemble a team that would much rather have cooled its collective heels in preparation for the Ashes, if there was an option to send 15 doppelgangers to play this ODI series. Who knows? Maybe that's what they did. For, in two indifferent performances at Chennai and Kolkata, whenever the tourists have been under a modicum of pressure, the batsmen have caved and let India run all over them. Hardly an Australian thing to do.
     
    There'll have to be a considerable reversal at the Holkar Stadium on Sunday if the series is not to be decided after just three games. And that'll need to come from the top of the batting order. Training in Indore, the visitors can already see a few more chinks of light, literally and metaphorically. The sight of Aaron Finch hustling between the wickets in the nets for a quick three should come as a soothing balm for a troubled middle-order that has lacked both depth and confidence to face Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal from a 100 for 3 situation.
    There are other positives. Marcus Stoinis has laid out a template in the calm art of playing spin that others would do well to follow. Also, Steven Smith was left truly miffed by the end of the Kolkata game, which can hardly be a good sign for opposition.
     
    India have been dominant without always purring along like a high-spec engine of a super car they desire to be. Runs have come at the top and the lower middle-order, but they will once again begin casting an introspective eye on their No. 4 - Manish Pandey, the bridge between the two. For all the coming together of idealogies the IPL's brought about, an Australia tour of India still remains something of a culture shock. All talk in the Indian camp has been about the desire to inject oomph to their spin strength. 'We're fine with fast bowlers, thank you very much' Australia have said, before gloriously jettisoning Adam Zampa to the bench in a classic act of nonconformist behavior.
     
    The visitors are simply playing by their strenghts, which is never a bad thing to do. To bring the series back to life, the batsmen will also need to play and not just turn up to the game.
     
    When: India vs Australia, 3rd ODI, September 24, 13:30 IST; 08:00 GMT
    Where: Holkar Stadium, Indore
     
    What to expect: Seasonal rains lashed Indore earlier in the week but the forecast for Sunday is all clear, with just a 10% chance of showers on the morning before the match. In a (un) welcome departure from Kolkata and Chennai, the curator has promised 'lots of runs' and slightly less purchase for spinners. The last ODI in Indore may have seen a low-scorer but the curators of Madhya Pradesh know a thing or two about feeding the double-hundred hungry.
     
    Team News:
     
    India
    With a series win at stake, India will steer clear of making changes unless enforced by injury. Manish Pandey has had two unconvincing games in the series at a time when he could have put the hammer down and sealed his spot for good. So KL Rahul remains in contention, although India will offer Pandey at least another game. The bowling combination - a slinger, a swinger, two wrist spinners and an all-rounder - will continue to keep Ravindra Jadeja out although India will begin to consider the cushion of a sixth bowling option (Kedar Jadhav) on a good batting day.
    Probable XI: Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal
     
    Australia
    "He brings a lot of aggression at the top of the batting order," said Warner without definitely confirming the return of Finch. If the burly opener shakes off his calf niggle to get into the playing XI, that would resign Hilton Cartwright to the bench. Since his maiden ODI hundred against Pakistan in January, Matthew Wade has been dismissed for single-figure scores in five of the six innings, with his scores reading 35, 5, 8, 2, 9 and 2. Peter Handscomb practiced with the 'keeping gloves under the watchful eyes of Brad Haddin and could be a possible inclusion.
    Probable XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade/Peter Handscomb (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson
     
    Did you know?
    - Virat Kohli is 41 runs away from scoring 2000 runs as skipper. He has 1959 runs from 34 innings and has six innings in hand to break AB de Villiers's record of fastest to 2000 runs as skipper.
     
    - India have won all their four ODIs at the Holkar Stadium - two against England and one each against West Indies and South Africa.
     
    - A win in the third ODI would equal India's longest winning streak - nine ODIs between 14 Nov 2008 and 05 Feb 2009. Kohli now has had three separate streaks of eight wins each.
     
    What they said:
    "When we became world champions, we were playing with a different team. There was a different dynamic. The team has undergone some chopping and changing. We have to find a stable team and one which works out best for the 2019 World Cup."
     
    - David Warner reckoned that the current Australian ODI team was still a work in progress.
     
    "They [Kuldeep and Chahal] are getting better day by day. But they are not taking things for granted, not taking things lightly, so that's a good thing."
     
    - Ajinkya Rahane jumps in on the wrist spinner bandwagon.

    Teams:

    India (From): Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni(w), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja, Lokesh Rahul, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav

    Australia (From): Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steven Smith(c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade(w), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb, Adam Zampa, Hilton Cartwright
     
    http://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-commentary/18858/ind-vs-aus-3rd-odi-australia-tour-of-india-2017
  24. Upvote
    Wapas got a reaction from beetle in 3rd ODI : IND vs AUS | Holkar Stadium, Indore I Sept 24th 1:30 PM IST   
    Ind vs Aus, Indore
    Starts at 01:30 PM IST (08:00 GMT), Sep 24
     
    Will the real Australia please stand up? David Warner, why so mellow? Two games in and the visitors resemble a team that would much rather have cooled its collective heels in preparation for the Ashes, if there was an option to send 15 doppelgangers to play this ODI series. Who knows? Maybe that's what they did. For, in two indifferent performances at Chennai and Kolkata, whenever the tourists have been under a modicum of pressure, the batsmen have caved and let India run all over them. Hardly an Australian thing to do.
     
    There'll have to be a considerable reversal at the Holkar Stadium on Sunday if the series is not to be decided after just three games. And that'll need to come from the top of the batting order. Training in Indore, the visitors can already see a few more chinks of light, literally and metaphorically. The sight of Aaron Finch hustling between the wickets in the nets for a quick three should come as a soothing balm for a troubled middle-order that has lacked both depth and confidence to face Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal from a 100 for 3 situation.
    There are other positives. Marcus Stoinis has laid out a template in the calm art of playing spin that others would do well to follow. Also, Steven Smith was left truly miffed by the end of the Kolkata game, which can hardly be a good sign for opposition.
     
    India have been dominant without always purring along like a high-spec engine of a super car they desire to be. Runs have come at the top and the lower middle-order, but they will once again begin casting an introspective eye on their No. 4 - Manish Pandey, the bridge between the two. For all the coming together of idealogies the IPL's brought about, an Australia tour of India still remains something of a culture shock. All talk in the Indian camp has been about the desire to inject oomph to their spin strength. 'We're fine with fast bowlers, thank you very much' Australia have said, before gloriously jettisoning Adam Zampa to the bench in a classic act of nonconformist behavior.
     
    The visitors are simply playing by their strenghts, which is never a bad thing to do. To bring the series back to life, the batsmen will also need to play and not just turn up to the game.
     
    When: India vs Australia, 3rd ODI, September 24, 13:30 IST; 08:00 GMT
    Where: Holkar Stadium, Indore
     
    What to expect: Seasonal rains lashed Indore earlier in the week but the forecast for Sunday is all clear, with just a 10% chance of showers on the morning before the match. In a (un) welcome departure from Kolkata and Chennai, the curator has promised 'lots of runs' and slightly less purchase for spinners. The last ODI in Indore may have seen a low-scorer but the curators of Madhya Pradesh know a thing or two about feeding the double-hundred hungry.
     
    Team News:
     
    India
    With a series win at stake, India will steer clear of making changes unless enforced by injury. Manish Pandey has had two unconvincing games in the series at a time when he could have put the hammer down and sealed his spot for good. So KL Rahul remains in contention, although India will offer Pandey at least another game. The bowling combination - a slinger, a swinger, two wrist spinners and an all-rounder - will continue to keep Ravindra Jadeja out although India will begin to consider the cushion of a sixth bowling option (Kedar Jadhav) on a good batting day.
    Probable XI: Ajinkya Rahane, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli (c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal
     
    Australia
    "He brings a lot of aggression at the top of the batting order," said Warner without definitely confirming the return of Finch. If the burly opener shakes off his calf niggle to get into the playing XI, that would resign Hilton Cartwright to the bench. Since his maiden ODI hundred against Pakistan in January, Matthew Wade has been dismissed for single-figure scores in five of the six innings, with his scores reading 35, 5, 8, 2, 9 and 2. Peter Handscomb practiced with the 'keeping gloves under the watchful eyes of Brad Haddin and could be a possible inclusion.
    Probable XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade/Peter Handscomb (wk), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson
     
    Did you know?
    - Virat Kohli is 41 runs away from scoring 2000 runs as skipper. He has 1959 runs from 34 innings and has six innings in hand to break AB de Villiers's record of fastest to 2000 runs as skipper.
     
    - India have won all their four ODIs at the Holkar Stadium - two against England and one each against West Indies and South Africa.
     
    - A win in the third ODI would equal India's longest winning streak - nine ODIs between 14 Nov 2008 and 05 Feb 2009. Kohli now has had three separate streaks of eight wins each.
     
    What they said:
    "When we became world champions, we were playing with a different team. There was a different dynamic. The team has undergone some chopping and changing. We have to find a stable team and one which works out best for the 2019 World Cup."
     
    - David Warner reckoned that the current Australian ODI team was still a work in progress.
     
    "They [Kuldeep and Chahal] are getting better day by day. But they are not taking things for granted, not taking things lightly, so that's a good thing."
     
    - Ajinkya Rahane jumps in on the wrist spinner bandwagon.

    Teams:

    India (From): Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli(c), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, MS Dhoni(w), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuzvendra Chahal, Ravindra Jadeja, Lokesh Rahul, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav

    Australia (From): Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steven Smith(c), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade(w), Ashton Agar, Pat Cummins, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Kane Richardson, James Faulkner, Peter Handscomb, Adam Zampa, Hilton Cartwright
     
    http://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-commentary/18858/ind-vs-aus-3rd-odi-australia-tour-of-india-2017
  25. Like
    Wapas got a reaction from speedheat in India A vs New Zealand A, 1st unofficial Test Sep 23-26, 2017 at Vijyawada   
    As many as 9 Newzeland cricketer playing top level cricket from NZ included in above team.

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