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Postby Bhumin » Mon Sep 25, 2017 8:43 pm

Bangladesh Squads/Players
Mushfiqur Rahim, Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mominul Haque, Mehidy Hasan, Liton Das, Mustafizur Rahman, Taijul Islam, Shafiul Islam, Taskin Ahmed, Rubel Hossain, Subashis Roy,


South Africa Squads/Players
Faf du Plessis, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Theunis de Bruyn, Quinton de Kock, Dean Elgar, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, Morne Morkel, Duanne Olivier, Wayne Parnell, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada,

First test : Southafrica vs Bangladesh -Sep 28-Oct.2-,2017 at Potchefstroom
2nd. test : Southafrica vs Bangladesh :Oct 6- Oct 10-2017 at Bloemfontein
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Re: Bagladesh's 2 Tests Tour Of SAfrica: Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Katto » Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:14 am

Banglas aim would be to avoid innings defeats in both tests

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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Bhumin » Wed Sep 27, 2017 3:46 pm

South Africa, Bangladesh seek fresh beginning in student town

September 27 2017


Without Vernon Philander and Chris Morris, South Africa will be left in a combination conundrum


Potchefstroom in September is not the sort of Test match that sides build towards. The sleepy student town is about as low key a venue for a South African Test as you get, and the country's cricket fans are barely emerging from hibernation at this time of year. News of a Test against Bangladesh in 'Potch' in September would normally drive them back into their lairs.

This time is a little different, with both teams seeking some new beginnings. While South Africa are hoping to consign a tough tour of England to the back of their minds and embrace a sense of renewal under new coach Ottis Gibson, Bangladesh have a rare opportunity to convert their fast-improving home form into away performances.

By the end of the fourth Test at Old Trafford last month, South Africa were looking ragged. Injuries and illness had not allowed them to settle into a rhythm in the final two Tests, with the batsmen enduring a torrid series in which only one batsman scored a hundred. The batting order was shuffled constantly, a well-balanced side remained elusive and the bowlers often flattered to deceive. Russell Domingo was a dead coach walking, his plight worsening when the identity of his successor was leaked midway through the match.

The past seven weeks have afforded some distance and clarity. The Manchester drizzle has given way to bright Potch sunshine and the world does not feel quite so bad after all. Some problems still remain, but there is time to work on them before the tougher assignments of India and Australia next year. South Africans love nothing more than a young prodigy, and Aiden Markram's selection to open alongside Dean Elgar has permitted a sense that the future could be bright.

The sudden dearth of fit fast bowlers aside, the main concern is the ever-present issue of balancing the team. For the vast majority of Tests since Jacques Kallis' retirement nearly four years ago, South Africa opted to play seven batsmen and four frontline bowlers. In England they changed things up, playing Vernon Philander and Chris Morris in the same team, and it worked when both were fully fit in Nottingham.

Now neither are available, and the dilemma has returned. Will they go back to seven batsmen, or will the uncapped Andile Phehlukwayo be given an opportunity to be the allrounder the team needs? Ahead of the first Test, captain Faf du Plessis suggested that South Africa would like to trial both options during the series if conditions allow.

Du Plessis confirmed that he had asked for a pitch with "pace and bounce" at Senwes Park, and the surface remained under cover on Wednesday (September 27) as the groundsman looked to preserve its moisture in a dry climate. It may generally be one of the flatter pitches in the country, but it will still offer Bangladesh the test that they must be relishing.

While previous Bangladesh sides may have been cowed by the prospect of trips to South Africa - they have lost all four Tests here by an innings - the current crop have progressed to the point where this trip can be embraced. Given their rising stature, such chances to prove themselves further have been all too rare for Bangladesh. They have not played Tests in South Africa, Australia or England since 2010.

In January, they played Tests in New Zealand for the first time in seven years and showed how far they have come, scoring 595 for eight declared after being stuck in to bat in the first Test. A second-innings collapse allowed New Zealand to win the match, and confirm that Bangladesh still have work to do. How they go against a Proteas seam attack that has lacked its usual bite, and which will be missing Dale Steyn and Philander, will be one of the sub-plots of the series.

When: September 28 - October 2, 08:00 GMT; 13:30 IST

Where: Senwes Park, Potchefstroom

What to expect: If the first round of Sunfoil Series fixtures are anything to go by, South Africa's pitches are still dormant from the winter. All three games produced high-scoring draws, and it would be no surprise to see a relatively flat deck at Senwes Park, which is not traditionally one of South Africa's quicker surfaces. The weather forecast looks patchy, with rain predicted for Sunday and Monday.

South Africa

Although Wayne Parnell passed his fitness test, Faf du Plessis said he was unlikely to play. Instead there is a toss-up between Theunis de Bruyn and Andile Phehlukwayo for the last place. If there is a tinge of green on the pitch, South Africa will opt for the extra batsman. If it looks flat, Phehlukwayo will make his Test debut.

Likely XI: Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Faf du Plessis (c), Theunis de Bruyn, Quinton de Kock (wk), Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Morne Morkel, Duanne Olivier.

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Tamim Iqbal has overcome the thigh injury he had picked up in the tour match last week and is expected to open, but Soumya Sarkar is a doubt due to his shoulder problem. If Soumya fails his fitness test then Imrul Kayes will open alongside Tamim, with Liton Das coming into the side to bat three.

Likely XI: Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Liton Das, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim (c/wk), Mahmudullah, Mehedi Hasan, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Shafiul Islam, Taskin Ahmed.

Did you know?

- Potchefstroom has only hosted one Test before - on Bangladesh's first tour of South Africa in 2002. The game lasted just three days, with South Africa winning by an innings and 160 runs.

- Bangladesh most recent Test in South Africa, back in 2008, also lasted three days as they were thrashed by an innings at Centurion.

What they said:

"It feels like a new beginning with the same people. We will be settling in and this match will help immensely." - Kagiso Rabada.

"We will miss Shakib (al Hasan), but there are some guys who have come in and have an opportunity, and who are capable of doing well in these conditions. As a group we are confident." - Mushfiqur Rahim.
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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Boycs » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:07 pm

Why isn't Shakib playing?

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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Going South » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:12 pm

Bangladesh left-handed opener Soumya Sarkar is doubtful for the first Test against South Africa in Potchefstroom on Thursday and does not appear to have fully recovered from a shoulder injury.

"Shakib has submitted a letter to the BCB asking for a six-month break from Test cricket," Jalal Yunus, BCB's media committee chairman, confirmed.

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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Bhumin » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:38 pm

Boycs wrote:Why isn't Shakib playing?

He requested rest for 6 mos from test but he will returns for Limited over matches in Southafrica later on.
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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Boycs » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:41 pm

That's a shame. But to be fair he is their best player across all formats and has been for ears he can't not be tired

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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Bhumin » Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:55 pm

Rest is good, you feel good for new seasons.India will be too tired in Southafrica by dec.30th.
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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Boycs » Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:18 pm

Yeah but it's a shame for a neutral fan

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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Bhumin » Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:22 pm

I think its more shame you can not watch live games when your MRS at home? You are the men.boss of the house
I was watching Evin Lewis innings,i told my WIFE,'' honey, sorry not today but only at night''

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:22 pm

298 for 1
Markram run out 97 on début
SOA batting vs BD at Potchefstroom

Looks like Potchefstroom test heading towards 2002 'S BD's debut test rght here,What a match that was ? I bet SAfrica scores more run tomorrow than 2002 they scored.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:38 am

Amla 7 shorts Away from his 27th test century, Elgar 144 not out, SAfrica 341 for 1.Cong.AMLA who now Equal G.Smith in 27 centuries
Dean Elgar Now Leading run scorer in 2017 beating Pujara (ind)

Pujara 851 (8 innings)
Elgar 922 (10 innings)

SArica 362 for 1 after BD won toss, if they keep pile up, they might beat Srilankas world record of 952 for 6.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Katto » Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:59 am

ugly for BD

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:49 am

Amla gone.
Blunder by Bangladesh to choose to field after winning the toss.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:30 am

raja wrote:Amla gone.
Blunder by Bangladesh to choose to field after winning the toss.


Last test here (Potchefstroom-2002)BD bats first beaten vs kallis power with ball & bat but hey, second tier team not escape either way.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:40 am

Fizz removes Elgar for 199
At tea 445 for 3

The form of Test cricket is generally considered as the most prestigious form of the game and scoring good amount of runs for the team is every batsman’s dream. Here are some unlucky players who have been dismissed for a 199 mark in their careers.

1. Mudassar Nazar
Mudassar Nazar was the first man to get dismissed on an individual score of 199 against India at Faisalabad in the year 1984. Nazar eventually played 76 tests for Pakistan scoring 4114 runs for his country.

2. M Azharuddin
M. Azharuddin was the first Indian player to get to the pavilion on a score of 199. He faced this “unlucky experience” against Sri Lanka in the year 1986 in Kanpur. Azhar completed 99 tests scoring 6215 runs for the Indian cap.

3. Matthew Elliott
The left-handed Australian batsman was dismissed for 199 against England in 1997 at Leeds. He played 21 matches for Australia and scored a good 1172 runs for the team.

4. Sanath Jayasuriya
The ace Sri Lankan batsman too achieved this score of 199 against India at Colombo in the year 1997. The all-rounder played 110 tests for Sri Lanka in which he scored 6973 runs.

5. SR Waugh
The talented Australian created these figures in the year 1999 against West Indies in Bridgetown, Barbados. He scored heaps of runs for his Australian side. His statistics read a massive 10927 runs in 168 matches.

6. Younis Khan
Younis Khan went on to make a 199 in a match against India at Lahore in 2006. The talented batsman produced 8547 runs with the willow from 98 matches.

7. Ian Bell
The English batsman showed his class against South Africa at Lord’s in the year 2008. He is still a part of the England side and has made 7345 runs from 110 tests.

8. Steven Smith
The most talented unorthodox batsman of the modern era too got dismissed on a well played 199 runs against West Indies at Kingston, Jamaica during the last series played vs wI. Before this match he scored 2334 runs in 27 matches in his career for the Australian side.



9. K Rahul
199 vs England 2017


10.Dean Elgar
199 vs Bangladesh at Potchefstroom's test 2017




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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Fri Sep 29, 2017 1:25 pm

KL Rahul too.
Dismissed for 199 against England on England's last tour to India.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Fri Sep 29, 2017 3:58 pm

raja wrote:KL Rahul too.
Dismissed for 199 against England on England's last tour to India.


Yes how can Every member forget but raja remember .?
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Fri Sep 29, 2017 10:53 pm

raja wrote:KL Rahul too.
Dismissed for 199 against England on England's last tour to India.



Thanks raja bhai for K Rahul update
I even missed on Tweeter but no one smart like you there.Big list showing names but 3 sites missing K Rahul, That is why update very important
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Verity » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:16 pm

whys Iqbal in the middle order?
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Mick180461 » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:07 am

Verity wrote:whys Iqbal in the middle order?

He was off the field for 49 mins before the declaration so could not bat till 49 mins after the Bangladesh innings started. Same thing happened in the D/N test in Adelaide last year, Warner went of the field for a while and Du Plessis(same captain) noticed and declared the innings and Khawaja had to open.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:52 am

I see.thanks Mic.he played his part (39) put on good stand with Evergreen Shorty (68 not out)
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:21 am

Bhumin wrote:
raja wrote:KL Rahul too.
Dismissed for 199 against England on England's last tour to India.



Thanks raja bhai for K Rahul update
I even missed on Tweeter but no one smart like you there.Big list showing names but 3 sites missing K Rahul, That is why update very important


I watched it on TV as it happened, so it's a bit hard to forget. :grin:

Was a nothing delivery from Rashid, and Rahul played a terrible shot.
Had batted so well till then, I was stunned.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Sat Sep 30, 2017 10:22 am

Bangladesh doing better than I expected, considering they're playing in South Africa.
Still a long way to go - and we know how things can change with Bangladesh batting - but so far so good.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:51 pm

320 all out
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Going South » Sat Sep 30, 2017 6:52 pm

230 lead by day 3. can declare after another 70?

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Postby Bhumin » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:13 pm

BD were 291 for 5 so FaF must be careful on when to Declare,otherwise Tourist might give Good Fight to Keshav Ji.Rains forecast also not rules out during next 180 overs.

SOA Fast bowlers are too good with new ball for first 6/9 overs otherwise,They all are Toothless.History says BD surrender 91% easily in the 4th innings

England's G.Biycott believe in Test matches,day 4 wickets more suites to Batsman,I think he talking About his time, but now its depends where you playing? Most tests completed in 4 days now.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:15 pm

Test Début with 90's : In cricket.

Raja,

I starts this topic

MarkRam run out 97 on debut
R.Dravid out 95 on debut
R.Ponting out 96 on Debut
Asim Kamal bowled by A.Nel 99 on debut

( Last person scored 8 scores of 50 in his 12 test but he can not play Hoggard,
so his test career over) ( I think his 87 @ Sydney and 91 @ Mohali were his finest effort)

Let me know if you know anyone else because Wikipedia not say much.
Australian captain Jack Ryder was only player RUN OUT both innings in his début test.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sat Sep 30, 2017 8:22 pm

Going South wrote:230 lead by day 3. can declare after another 70?

Normally you need 3 wickets before close so, FaF will set 396.

When to declares?

One hour before tea or SOA will bowls 34 overs on day 4 because SOA has to bowls vs Tamim this time.

I think Viewers can see only couple of hours game from Abu Dhabi than live game from Nagpur so no chance in USA to watch live from
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Boycs » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:36 pm

Mick180461 wrote:
Verity wrote:whys Iqbal in the middle order?

He was off the field for 49 mins before the declaration so could not bat till 49 mins after the Bangladesh innings started. Same thing happened in the D/N test in Adelaide last year, Warner went of the field for a while and Du Plessis(same captain) noticed and declared the innings and Khawaja had to open.


For some BD innings this could have meant coming in a number nine

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Boycs » Sat Sep 30, 2017 9:38 pm

Bhumin wrote:Test Début with 90's : In cricket.

Raja,

I starts this topic

MarkRam run out 97 on debut
R.Dravid out 95 on debut
R.Ponting out 96 on Debut
Asim Kamal bowled by A.Nel 99 on debut

( Last person scored 8 scores of 50 in his 12 test but he can not play Hoggard,
so his test career over) ( I think his 87 @ Sydney and 91 @ Mohali were his finest effort)

Let me know if you know anyone else because Wikipedia not say much.
Australian captain Jack Ryder was only player RUN OUT both innings in his début test.


Didn't agar get to 98 or something

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 5:42 am

Yes, right.he matter of fact batted at number 11 who scored 98.Thanks buddy.eng beat Aus.so 5 player now.I see.How about Tino best but not sure if it is his début test.

T.Best and Ramdin put on 143 for the last wicket at Birmingham test, Best scored 95 by number 11 batsman but not on debut.

Dilruwan Perera 95 vs Pakistan on début at Sharjah , currently he is playing in,on going Test ( 81 wickets in 20 test)
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Sun Oct 01, 2017 8:34 am

There are many others.

I'm just too lazy to think now but I recall Gordon Greenidge getting run out for 93 on Test debut. This was the first Test ever hosted by Bangalore.
Got 107 in the second innings, so still ended up a centurion on debut, but could have been century in each innings.

Other names that come to mind - Frank Worrell and Arthur Chipperfield.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Boycs » Sun Oct 01, 2017 9:33 am

raja wrote:There are many others.

I'm just too lazy to think now but I recall Gordon Greenidge getting run out for 93 on Test debut. This was the first Test ever hosted by Bangalore.
Got 107 in the second innings, so still ended up a centurion on debut, but could have been century in each innings.

Other names that come to mind - Frank Worrell and Arthur Chipperfield.


Like Strauss but I think Strauss was run out for 86 rather than in the 90s

There's no way you just pulled chipperfield out of your hat there raja you must have looked him up :D

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 12:01 pm

You guys doing greater than Steven but not easy to finds this particular record,must be store somewhere in total list.


So G Greenidge run out,I see.Chipperfield must be from England thanks raja shree

I think it's rains stops play at Potchefstroom lead 388.Bavuma (69*) and FaF (81) put on 142 for the 4 th wicket..
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:23 pm

Mominul' in his career took one wicket ( BJW) so far took 6/0/27/3 today as SOA declared
248 for 6 .BD need 419 or so to win

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I think Trueman creates panic in his debut test vs India,as India lost 4 wickets for 0 still world record ( Trueman took 8 plus 8 in his first two tests )

Here Morkal not far behind removed both Tamim (0) and Mominul (0) as BD now zero for 2

At tea BD 49 for 3 : Keshav Removed Kayes for 32 still BD need 375 more
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Boycs » Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:48 pm

Chipperfield was Australian apparently

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:12 pm

Is that right? I have to add later on in full list thanks


I wonder why I Kaye's in BD test team as opener, whose batting average is 26.he was dropped by FaF off Rabada on 8 he was 3 rd out I think bad weather coming up after tea,
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:18 pm

Boycs wrote:Chipperfield was Australian apparently


Yes Arthur Chipperfield was removed by Farnes ( 10 wickets in the match) in both innings, he was caught by Lesly Ames on 99 bats at number 7, Australia won that game.

Frank Worrel 51 test 3800 runs : 97 and 28 not out on debut just missed Draft selection
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:25 pm

Is that John Hempshire completes 100 on debut or out in 89

I think still no news after tea at Potchefstroom but M Morkal may be out of this test ,with SIDE STRAIN
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:36 pm

Boycs wrote:
raja wrote:There are many others.

I'm just too lazy to think now but I recall Gordon Greenidge getting run out for 93 on Test debut. This was the first Test ever hosted by Bangalore.
Got 107 in the second innings, so still ended up a centurion on debut, but could have been century in each innings.

Other names that come to mind - Frank Worrell and Arthur Chipperfield.


Like Strauss but I think Strauss was run out for 86 rather than in the 90s

There's no way you just pulled chipperfield out of your hat there raja you must have looked him up :D


Haha.

No, I didn't need to look him up. He is famous for being dismissed for 99 on debut.

I think I've mentioned before that David Frith book on 100 years of the Ashes. Thanks to that book, my knowledge of the Ashes (and Ashes players) is reasonably good. Pre-war, post-war, doesn't matter. :-)

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby raja » Sun Oct 01, 2017 2:39 pm

Bhumin wrote:Is that John Hempshire completes 100 on debut or out in 89

I think still no news after tea at Potchefstroom but M Morkal may be out of this test ,with SIDE STRAIN

John Hampshire did get a hundred on debut. Didn't get too many chances to play for England though.
Frank Hayes of Lancs also got a hundred on debut, but had an astonishingly poor run thereafter. His must be one of the strangest Test records of them all.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:59 pm

raja wrote:
Bhumin wrote:Is that John Hempshire completes 100 on debut or out in 89

I think still no news after tea at Potchefstroom but M Morkal may be out of this test ,with SIDE STRAIN

John Hampshire did get a hundred on debut. Didn't get too many chances to play for England though.
Frank Hayes of Lancs also got a hundred on debut, but had an astonishingly poor run thereafter. His must be one of the strangest Test records of them all.


Yes my friend, you have good memory on Frank Hayes.i really enjoyed your every post.
Kripal Singh of India about same as F Hayes but Hayes 138 runs in 16 innings very poor I think after 100 on debut

Frank Hayes reminded me J Hayes of NZ,who took 26 wickets in eng.season but returned back with injury.John Read Rates him Fastest in English seasons of 1949

Kripal helped Madras win a Ranji trophy win in 1954 ,next year his debut test, he hits 100 vs NZ ( J Hayes was fearful fast bowler who accounted MANKAD/Manjrekar) but KRIPAL did little in next few tests, he died in Tamil Nadu before his 54 th birthday, I think he and V Raman both hits triple century in 3 day game in the same innings at PANJI.
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Sun Oct 01, 2017 4:51 pm

I think RE Foster was great 287 ( all his 7 brother played for Worcestershire plus R.Foster was only England captain in both Football and Cricket) on debut but I wonder how many player hits century in their first two test.i think Alvin Kallicharan, Rohit Sharma and Azheruddin plus more but Azheruddin only one with 3 in 3 test vs. England

Day 4 ends with no play after tea, SOA need 7 more wickets to go 1/0
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:11 am

raja wrote:There are many others.

I'm just too lazy to think now but I recall Gordon Greenidge getting run out for 93 on Test debut. This was the first Test ever hosted by Bangalore.
Got 107 in the second innings, so still ended up a centurion on debut, but could have been century in each innings.

Other names that come to mind - Frank Worrell and Arthur Chipperfield.


One more!!

Robert Christiani's 99 on debut for Westindies vs England in Bridgetown 1948 test
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Mon Oct 02, 2017 10:42 am

BD overnight 49 for 3, Lost last 7 for 41 more.Keshav took 4 and 3 by Rabada.I think BD managed 96 in the 4 th innings here vs Kallis some 15 years ago.so Kayes scored 32 out of 90.cong.SAafrica for 1/0 for 333 runs win
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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Boycs » Mon Oct 02, 2017 11:32 am

That's some collapse. Watched it live this morning. Bangladesh still flattering to deceive with their first innings score but they have to work on these collapses.

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Going South » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:43 pm

not surprised one bit. it would be a surprise if they win against a good test team. Bangladesh collapsing in a test match is business as usual. no surprises!

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Re: Bangladesh's 2 Tests Tour of Southafrica:Sep 28-Oct 10,2017

Postby Bhumin » Mon Oct 02, 2017 1:49 pm

Morne Morkal out of next test (final of the series) as his side strain prevent him to play for next 6 weeks.
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Re: SAfrica vs Bangladesh 1st.Test: Sep 28-Oct-2,2017 at Potchefstroom

Postby Bhumin » Mon Oct 02, 2017 1:54 pm

Boycs wrote:Why isn't Shakib playing?

He will returns in BD team for all limited over matches but No to test for 180
days.
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