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    Akalp Mastishk Manthan
  • Birthday 11/03/1984


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  1. He is averaging 47 since May 2011 at home taking 23 wickets in 15 tests. http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/236779.html?class=1;home_or_away=1;spanmin1=25+May+2011;spanval1=span;template=results;type=allround Before that, he averaged 28 in 13 tests taking 46 wickets. http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/player/236779.html?class=1;home_or_away=1;spanmax1=23+Feb+2011;spanval1=span;template=results;type=allround He started doing relatively well overseas but went down hill at home. Cannot believe this is the same bowler who got MOS in 2008 against an Australian side loaded with great batsmen. Despite having all the physical attributes, he still cannot hit that right length like Hazelwood does.
  2. We will win it if target is anywhere around 350. Demons are in the mind, not the pitch.
  3. we will win this game. Pitch actually isnt that bad, just batted poorly.
  4. Renshaw utilizing his height to good effect
  5. Rahane is hopeless against spin. Rahul just played a bad shot. we only played 5 batsmen.
  6. our batsmen didnt get out to spin. Vijay, Pujara, Kohli all 3 were done by pace.
  7. Our top order collapses several times against but there out lower order saved, at times, it was Jayant, at times Jadeja and Ashwin.
  8. At 94/3, we were actually looking good for at least 200.
  9. Ansari was a batsman who could bowl. He opens the batting for his county team, more like a part timer. Didn't have the accuracy.
  10. Two things that Australia have and England lacked, pace like Starc and a left arm spinner.
  11. surface dictates how teams bat. No one bats like this intentionally.