2022 U19 World Cup Thread

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Googly wrote:
Fri Jan 14, 2022 5:01 pm
These West Indians have got some sharp bowlers. This Layne lad is real good.
What pace do they bowl at

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Hard to say, I tend to err on the high side, probably around 135? Turns out Layne is related to Jason Holder.

The quickest guy is likely to be the 6ft 8 Pakistani. He was apparently clocked at close to 150.

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As par batting is concerned, Bishop, Nandu and Auguste are the future for West Indies

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19 players total :? , who are the new players in the group
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Marshmallow wrote:
Sat Jan 15, 2022 11:23 am
19 players total :? , who are the new players in the group
Rugg, Zvaita, Chibanda and Mwale.

All four of the reserves flew out in the end for Covid cover.

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Well Mwale and Rugg came from UK I think? Presumably the other 2 came from Zim?

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Googly wrote:
Sat Jan 15, 2022 11:36 am
Well Mwale and Rugg came from UK I think? Presumably the other 2 came from Zim?
Zvaita is at school in the UK as well now according to the ZC release. Wrekin College

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Zimbabwe facing Pakistan in their opening game of the youth WC Campaign. Zim should begin their campaign with positive intent as both Afghanistan & Pakistan can be beatable. Pakistan is more or less the same team that played the youth asia cup, their batting is dependent on certain individuals who were from previous batch they are Muhammad Shehzad at the top, Irfan Khan & Rizwan Mehmood at the lower order, team is fully dependent on bowling fire power and their future in this youth WC will rely totally in their bowling, anything about 200 is going to be tough for Pakistan to chase.

What Zimbabwe needs is to bat first and play carefully against
Zeeshan Zameer in the initial overs, the most talented fast bowler probably in this WC. They can tackle Ahmad Khan & Awais Ali, but Zameer is the one who does the damage. Spinners aren't much threatening unless the track support spinners

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Rajkumar Sharma wrote:
Sat Jan 15, 2022 12:03 pm
Zimbabwe facing Pakistan in their opening game of the youth WC Campaign.
No we aren't.

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Match thread guys

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