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secretzimbo wrote:
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Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:09 am
Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
They keep throwing it away with one bad over. Still been bowling pretty well if you been watching.


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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:09 am
Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
I hear your point, and fair enough. Still think they've bowled pretty well actually, so I'm surprised by those figures. They've still looked pretty decent in this round. Lots to work with though. Early season Australian pitches for the next T20 world cup should be quite appetising to them!

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secretzimbo wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 10:11 am
Kriterion_BD wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:09 am
Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
I hear your point, and fair enough. Still think they've bowled pretty well actually, so I'm surprised by those figures. They've still looked pretty decent in this round. Lots to work with though. Early season Australian pitches for the next T20 world cup should be quite appetising to them!
Arent Aussie t20 pitches incredibly flat

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slcricfan1 wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 10:19 am
secretzimbo wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 10:11 am
Kriterion_BD wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:09 am
Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
I hear your point, and fair enough. Still think they've bowled pretty well actually, so I'm surprised by those figures. They've still looked pretty decent in this round. Lots to work with though. Early season Australian pitches for the next T20 world cup should be quite appetising to them!
Arent Aussie t20 pitches incredibly flat
Oh maybe. No idea. Just thought they would be pace bowling-friendly like traditionally over there. Actually they use a lot of drop-ins now don’t they?

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 8:09 am
Lahiru Kumara in the Super 12 stage so far:

4 matches, 1 wicket, 10.51 econ, 156 average

Chameera:s

4 matches, 3 wickets, 9.6 econ, 48 average

I was saying you can't judge their sub 4 economy rates and single digit averages in the prelim round against teams like Namibia, Ireland, and Netherlands. If they can bowl at under 7 an over in the Super 12s, then we can make a statement about quality. At the moment, they are going at 10 an over. :o
Finally Bangladesh and India playing same brand of cricket :lol: . Two countries domestic cricket engaged with lots of spinners are now getting ripped apart by spinners.

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Feel like Namibia V Pakistan has the potential to get very very ugly for our neighbours this evening. Hopefully they can keep it respectable.

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South Africa have been good in this World Cup so far, let's see if they can beat England to qualify for Semis.

The other way of qualifying will be if the Aussies lose to either WI or Bang. I'm thinking it will be near impossible for WI to make up for the NRR even if they win both games. So basically it's RSA or AUS.

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secretzimbo wrote:
Tue Nov 02, 2021 1:09 pm
Feel like Namibia V Pakistan has the potential to get very very ugly for our neighbours this evening. Hopefully they can keep it respectable.
145-5 with the bat isn't that bad against arguably the best team in the competition. Could have been much worse.

Still above India and still a better run rate :D

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