WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Kriterion_BD
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WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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First Test at Antigua, where Bangladesh was 43 all out last time.

BD team is riddled with injuries and Mushfiqur Rahim will miss the entire tour as he has gone for the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca.

With only a home series against India remaining, this is Bangladesh's last realistic chance to grab a win in this WTC cycle.
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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Kriterion_BD wrote:
Fri Jun 03, 2022 10:14 pm
First Test at Antigua, where Bangladesh was 43 all out last time.

BD team is riddled with injuries and Mushfiqur Rahim will miss the entire tour as he has gone for the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca.

With only a home series against India remaining, this is Bangladesh's last realistic chance to grab a win in this WTC cycle.
I reckon BD have a better chance at home against India then here. West Indies bowling is pretty scary

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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Toss just minutes away. Last time Bangladesh were at this ground, they were bundled for 43 all out.

Bangladesh top order are under tremendous pressure as they enter this series in the worst form possible.
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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Bangladesh's recent top order woes are unprecedented and unfathomably bad. They have posted a few decent totals, but thats always been due to Mushfiq and Liton recovering the innings. The first 5 wickets have fallen at the following scores over the past year:

43-5
255-5
98-5
46-5
361-5
128-5
27-5
16-5
101-5
38-5
122-5
385-5
24-5
53-5

Take out the 3 outlier scores, and the average is probably 50 runs for the loss of the 5th wicket. Putrid.

And sure enough Windies win and toss and put us in. Bangladesh need to score big up front for once.
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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Same story repeating like a loop.

Joy, Shanto, and Mominul all gone for ducks. Unbelievable.
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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Caught a bit of this earlier - grand total of about 20 spectators in the stadium. Sad how caribbean cricket has fallen.

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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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secretzimbo wrote:
Thu Jun 16, 2022 9:20 pm
Caught a bit of this earlier - grand total of about 20 spectators in the stadium. Sad how caribbean cricket has fallen.
Makes no sense to me. The players are still pretty good

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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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slcricfan1 wrote:
Fri Jun 17, 2022 3:39 am
secretzimbo wrote:
Thu Jun 16, 2022 9:20 pm
Caught a bit of this earlier - grand total of about 20 spectators in the stadium. Sad how caribbean cricket has fallen.
Makes no sense to me. The players are still pretty good
Especially those fast bowlers. Jayden Seales is unbelievable for his age. Dude likes test circket too

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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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Bangladesh, after starting the new year so positively in test cricket, have fallen apart drastically.

I expected better from them and Bangladesh would themselves know that they are better than some of their recent test results.

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Re: WTC: Bangladesh tour of West Indies 2022

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sam_ahm wrote:
Fri Jun 17, 2022 11:46 am
I expected better from them and Bangladesh would themselves know that they are better than some of their recent test results.
Surely. The fast bowlers have done an admirable job this year. Not a whole lot of wickets to show for their efforts, but still way better than what they've produced in previous years.
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