First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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MGN
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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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tgk wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 10:07 am
CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 8:53 am
Yvmnaidu wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 8:37 am
zim cricket want to play t20 games..playing t20 matches get how to play in pressure times..and also improves how to bowl in death overs & Improve u r skills..zim cricket has some talented youth to build up the squad for future
1.garethchirawu
2.tashingamuseikwa
3.carlmamba
4.brightonchipangu
5.t.nyagyani(chinaman)
6.malcolmchikuwa
7.bradevans
8.tonymunyonga
9.williammashingwe
10.kudamacheke
11.ashleymafu(eagles)
12.rodneymufudza
13.keithjaure
14.brightphiri
15.brainmudzinyama
these team should play as a A team
Could you please share a few lines of intro about each player listed here? Would be interesting to read up about the specialties of the next generation cricketers from Zimbabwe :).
Here I'll give it a go on his behalf

carlmamba...fast bowler should be in a team...tour agains nambiakenya tyep teams...mudiznyama should also be....good bater
What happened to Carl Mumba , he's nowhere close to selection right now not even in the A team. Looks like Chivanga replaced him. Also where's Tony Munyonga who was once highly regarded as a future prospect.

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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Zimbabwe needs to make some new pool of players to rise :

Graeme Bell, Ryan Butterwick, Ian Nicholman, Walter Huchu, Wesley Snyder, Jack Ives, Kylan Bowie, William Bantaley, Adam Kaafi, Malcolm Lake, William Machinghe, Matigamu, Kevin Hook, Brendam Sly, Taufeel Zaheer, Kyron Geyle
Robo to rule :oops:

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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The Robot wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 11:22 am
Zimbabwe needs to make some new pool of players to rise :

Graeme Bell, Ryan Butterwick, Ian Nicholman, Walter Huchu, Wesley Snyder, Jack Ives, Kylan Bowie, William Bantaley, Adam Kaafi, Malcolm Lake, William Machinghe, Matigamu, Kevin Hook, Brendam Sly, Taufeel Zaheer, Kyron Geyle
You seem to be constantly missing your medication

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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The Robot wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 11:22 am
Zimbabwe needs to make some new pool of players to rise :

Graeme Bell, Ryan Butterwick, Ian Nicholman, Walter Huchu, Wesley Snyder, Jack Ives, Kylan Bowie, William Bantaley, Adam Kaafi, Malcolm Lake, William Machinghe, Matigamu, Kevin Hook, Brendam Sly, Taufeel Zaheer, Kyron Geyle
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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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slcricfan1 wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:52 am

That was before though??? Remember Pakistan actually won the champions trophy during this time too. During this time Sri Lanka managed to whitewash Bangladesh in Bangladesh too.
In ODI cricket, the Big 3 + NZ take up the top 4 spots. There is a gulf between them and whoever is #5. There's

India/Australia/England/New Zealand (top 4)
gap
Pakistan/Bangladesh/South Africa (equal 5th, depending on the day/form)
gap
Sri Lanka/West Indies/Afghanistan (equal 8th depending on the day/form)
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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 5:32 pm
slcricfan1 wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:52 am

That was before though??? Remember Pakistan actually won the champions trophy during this time too. During this time Sri Lanka managed to whitewash Bangladesh in Bangladesh too.
In ODI cricket, the Big 3 + NZ take up the top 4 spots. There is a gulf between them and whoever is #5. There's

India/Australia/England/New Zealand (top 4)
gap
Pakistan/Bangladesh/South Africa (equal 5th, depending on the day/form)
gap
Sri Lanka/West Indies/Afghanistan (equal 8th depending on the day/form)
Then you have ireland zimbabwe and netherlands who are again very close to each other ...but on a good day these three can defeat any of srilanka/westindies/Afghanistan ..

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 5:32 pm
slcricfan1 wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:52 am

That was before though??? Remember Pakistan actually won the champions trophy during this time too. During this time Sri Lanka managed to whitewash Bangladesh in Bangladesh too.
In ODI cricket, the Big 3 + NZ take up the top 4 spots. There is a gulf between them and whoever is #5. There's

India/Australia/England/New Zealand (top 4)
gap
Pakistan/Bangladesh/South Africa (equal 5th, depending on the day/form)
gap
Sri Lanka/West Indies/Afghanistan (equal 8th depending on the day/form)
Bd and Pak are very close but I still feel Pakistan is a better odi side than Bangladesh these days.
tej_27 wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 5:43 pm
Kriterion_BD wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 5:32 pm
slcricfan1 wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:52 am

That was before though??? Remember Pakistan actually won the champions trophy during this time too. During this time Sri Lanka managed to whitewash Bangladesh in Bangladesh too.
In ODI cricket, the Big 3 + NZ take up the top 4 spots. There is a gulf between them and whoever is #5. There's

India/Australia/England/New Zealand (top 4)
gap
Pakistan/Bangladesh/South Africa (equal 5th, depending on the day/form)
gap
Sri Lanka/West Indies/Afghanistan (equal 8th depending on the day/form)
Then you have ireland zimbabwe and netherlands who are again very close to each other ...but on a good day these three can defeat any of srilanka/westindies/Afghanistan ..


On a good day anyone can beat anyone tbh. Still amuses me to think that Sri Lanka managed to beat England in the wc

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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So didn't watch the full match but can see from the result and the highlights that the same problems persist.

1) Unable to capitalise on a good beginning bowling performance and bowl the batting team out for a low score. Almost like after over 25 we sort of go, "ok, we couldn't bowl them out, not sure what to do"

2) Our batting is atrocious. We keep hearing about how much hard work is being put in and done, but only one guy is consistently performing in this area. Yes, BT did not perform to his level in the ODI, and Regis did his job, but the rest need to start coming to the party.

It's the same old story every single match and series without any actual change.

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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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ZIMDOGGY wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 9:47 am
CrimsonAvenger wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 8:53 am
Yvmnaidu wrote:
Sat Jul 17, 2021 8:37 am
zim cricket want to play t20 games..playing t20 matches get how to play in pressure times..and also improves how to bowl in death overs & Improve u r skills..zim cricket has some talented youth to build up the squad for future
1.garethchirawu
2.tashingamuseikwa
3.carlmamba
4.brightonchipangu
5.t.nyagyani(chinaman)
6.malcolmchikuwa
7.bradevans
8.tonymunyonga
9.williammashingwe
10.kudamacheke
11.ashleymafu(eagles)
12.rodneymufudza
13.keithjaure
14.brightphiri
15.brainmudzinyama
these team should play as a A team
Could you please share a few lines of intro about each player listed here? Would be interesting to read up about the specialties of the next generation cricketers from Zimbabwe :).
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Re: First ODI Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh

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secretzimbo wrote:
Fri Jul 16, 2021 3:44 pm
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Fri Jul 16, 2021 2:15 am
Does the management have decided to pick other wicket keepers as bench warmer and drink carriers.?

J Gumbie has performed in domestic cricket and should be in the Playing XI replacing Chakabva
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Fri Jul 16, 2021 3:42 am
13 years experienced once in a blue moon performer Chakabva who scored just 47 runs in last 3 odis gets an edge over others.
Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Fri Jul 16, 2021 5:14 am
Bro, when he will rise ? He is 13yrs experienced in international colours for Zim. Already 33+ now, career has been mixed with full of inconsistency. Peter Moor is in line of making debut for Ireland.Ryan Murray doesnt know what he wants to pursue, Gumbie and others are regarded as less talented. So, who is there to make this wicket keeper batsman position useful ?
Hahahaha. Biggest Clown on this forum.

Did you enjoy his 4 catches, one of the best run-outs you'll ever see from a keeper, and 50+ with the bat?

Musudhu.
Clown, Chakabva back to his normal day :lol:

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