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SrinjayDutta

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  • Birthday 12/27/1991

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  1. at home conditions we will win this time. ind actually won 14 of 17 matches last 2 times. need a bit of luck. fortune completely favoured eng in 2019, in 2011 ind won a crucial toss against pak. need a bit of luck to win world cups.
  2. not much chance, as one will knock the other out in the next series.
  3. nz is also our bogey team since 2000 mini world cup loss.
  4. I'm mostly worried about anderson broad archer stokes with the pink ball in a new stadium with unknown pitch. Also if we beat eng soundly, they are out. its going to be either aus or nz. Will also keep nz mildly ahead from a pure technical point of view, because of conditions in eng in june (season start, most likely green seaming conditions with rain, overcast sky). they have jamieson southee boult, and also some sound batsmen , and williamson obviously. but would be a nice game, and with this never say die mentality, we should win.
  5. good team but we will miss jadeja. I think he and ashwin are more dangerous as a pair. Also I may be wrong, but sundar's bowling style may not be effective enough for indian pitches. Need a bowler with more variations. would play him at 6/7 though with another spinner, total 3 spinners, siraj and bumrah. top 6 (including pant) i auto select, though I really wish pant improves his keeping. this would be a solid test for him. And I want some doctored pitches, purely for entertainment.
  6. I can see us at least winning 2-1 at home. that leaves aussies to win 3-0 at sa, which is not happening. I am sure we can manage a 3-0/4-0 also (2-1 at worst case).
  7. thats in our hands and we must not let it happen by thrashing them. eng would be tough to beat at home.
  8. he is still the best batsman in the world. I personally want rohit & rahane as captains though in odis,t20s and tests. Kohli has captained a lot and out of fresh ideas.
  9. They are mentioning hamstring in cricinfo. Hard to confirm.
  10. I saw the ranji final where Bengal lost tightly in a dry deck. Unadkat looked threatening, particularly with incoming deliveries.
  11. I agree with above. Pick 3 best Pacers available, have faith in kuldeep..who can contribute small partnerships of 30 at 8. Hope saha grits out some runs.. though play mayank if fit. Playing a fit 11 is important. Aus Pacers and Warner themselves are not 100%. We would have advantage there.
  12. To be fair, conditions were helpful for swing and seam. I was present at the ground during the pink ball test when 15 plus wickets fell. You literally cannot see the ball at pace as a spectator during the twilight part. Very difficult to settle your eyes in. If the new ball does not do much at chennai, rohit can own eng in 1st innings. This does not mean he is going to become a great test opener. We must manipulate everything for a final berth. Exploiting opposition weakness with low and slow turners and using FTBS should be part of that.
  13. Though I would like to see how archer does. Extreme pace at good channel may work.
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