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Old June 18, 2019, 02:19 AM
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Default Match Thread | Bangladesh vs Mighty Aussies at Trent Bridge | June 20, 2019 | 10:30am local | Go Bangladesh!!



Go Bangladesh.

We never defeated Australia in World Cup or even in ODI since Ashraful. Let's make another thumping mark, stomp and impression on the kangaroos.
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A Cold One – Beer
Accadacca – How Aussies refer to Australian band ACDC
Ankle Biter – Child
Arvo – Afternoon (S’Arvo – this afternoon!)
Aussie Salute – Wave to scare the flies
Avo – Avocado
Bail – To cancel plans. ‘Bruce bailed’ = Bruce isn’t going to turn up.
Barbie – Barbecue
Bathers – Swimsuit
Beauty! – Great! Most often exclaimed as “You Beauty”
Billabong – A pond in a dry riverbed
Billy – Teapot (In the Outback on the fire)
Bloody – Very. Used to extenuate a point
Bloody oath – yes or its true. “You right mate?”… “Bloody Oath”
Bludger – Someone who’s lazy, generally also who relies on others (when it’s someone who relies on the state they’re often called a ‘dole bludger’)
Bogan – This word is used for people who are, well let’s say, rednecks. Or, if you like, just call your friends a bogan when they are acting weird.
Booze Bus – Police vehicle used to catch drunk drivers
Bottle-O – Bottle Shop, basically a place to buy alcohol
Brekky – Breakfast
Brolly – Umbrella
Bruce – An Aussie Bloke
Budgie Smugglers – Speedos
Bush – “Out in the bush” – “he’s gone bush” In the countryside away from civilisation
Cab Sav – Cabernet Sauvignon
Cactus – Dead, Broken
Choc A Bloc – Full
Choccy Biccy – Chocolate Biscuit
Chook – Chicken
Chrissie – Christmas
Ciggy – a Cigarette
Clucky – feeling maternal
Cobber – Very good friend. ‘Alright me ‘ol cobber’.
Coldie – Beer. ‘Come over for a few coldie’s mate.’
Coppers – Policemen
Crack the shits – Getting angry at someone or something
Crikey – an expression of surprise

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Old June 18, 2019, 02:21 AM
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Old June 18, 2019, 02:42 AM
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Mighty Aussies? The current team certainly have some cracks - for the time being primarily covered by Warner, Smith, Finch, and Starc. If we bat first and exploit those cracks, we can win inShaAllah!
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:03 AM
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Game of their lives this should be!

Time to prove to Cricket Australia that our team has better players than in Sheffield Shield !!

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Old June 18, 2019, 03:28 AM
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I thought Brolly is British but anyway I still have 4x tickets for this match if anyone interested - please let me know.
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:39 AM
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The Aussie side is far weaker than India and certainly beatable. Most sides are top heavy in this tournament except us. Aussies are no different and will rely on Warner, Finch and Smith heavily to cover their inconsistent middle order. If we can get the top 3 out, our chances will improve exponentially. At the same time Australia rely on Starc and Cummins for wickets. If we can play Starc out like India did against Amir, we can attack the remaining bowlers during the middle overs. We need to hammer maxwell as soon as he comes on to put pressure back on Australia and force Finch to bowl Starc during the middle overs. Less overs from Starc will make things easier at the death. I would open with Miraz and Saifuddin against Warner.

If we win the toss we need to target 320. If we lose the toss and bowl we must also expect to chase 300+ Now that we scored two innings in excess of 300 in 4 games we won't panic. In Liton we also have the firepower of a Soumya at the death. If openers can post 50, we have the middle order to trouble the aussies
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:43 AM
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Australia barely went past West Indies and Pakistan, there are some chinks in that armour for sure. And furthermore I am having this feeling they think they are already through to semis and will drop in intensity for the BD game. They will try to win yes but it won't be the the match of their lives for them like it will be for us
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:43 AM
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:48 AM
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BD gonna be fired up for this game in particular. Cricket Australia have not treated BCB with any respect whatsoever. This is time for BD to give it to the Aussies.
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Old June 18, 2019, 03:58 AM
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We need forget about who insulted us and play as a professional unit just like we did vs WI and SA. Shakib didnt even celebrate the century. Just keep it cool and keep faith on our skills. We are an emotional bunch in any case so the less hype we bring into the match the better especially for players like Mushfiq and Tamim.
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:02 AM
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We need forget about who insulted us and play as a professional unit just like we did vs WI and SA. Shakib didnt even celebrate the century. Just keep it cool and keep faith on our skills. We are an emotional bunch in any case so the less hype we bring into the match the better especially for players like Mushfiq and Tamim.
Bangladesh also plays well with emotion , remember the 2016 T20 world cup against India after Taskin for reported for bowling action? We were not supposed to get close to beating them in a T20 match at their home .Also the 2015 India tour the players were fired up after that Sharma incident in quarterfinals
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:03 AM
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Bangladesh also plays well with emotion , remember the 2016 T20 world cup against India after Taskin for reported for bowling action? Also the 2015 India tour the players were fired up after that Sharma No Ball
Not sure those are the examples to remember
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:04 AM
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Not sure those are the examples to remember
We were not supposed to stand a chance in a T20 game Vs India at their home ground in 2016 but we came mighty close. And then in 2015 I clearly remember how animated Shakib was and the players were when beating India, we won the series in the end.
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:06 AM
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We were not supposed to stand a chance in a T20 game Vs India at their home ground in 2016 but we came mighty close. And then in 2015 I clearly remember how animated Shakib was and the players were when beating India
We lost because mushfiq could not control his emotion. That loss has to be one of the most painful losses i had to endure
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:08 AM
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We lost because mushfiq could not control his emotion. That loss has to be one of the most painful losses i had to endure
We were not even supposed to go to.the last over , if you remember that was a horrible tournament for us and the India game was our best performance even though we lost ! That is my point , our performance will increase when the players are fired up. We must also look at the context instead of isolating the Mushfiq incident, that was a damn good performance put in before the final over against one of the favourites of the tournament.
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:16 AM
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What i dont like about this "dekhai dimu" attitude is that we have adopted it many times in the past but we have rarely been successful. When you frame it like Aussies did this and that so we will win and get revenge, it doesn't have a fallback option in case we lose. I know some shameless fans will just ignore and say the same thing all over again the next time we play aussies but for me i think letting our game do the talking is much much better than the loud mouth approach. If we can execute our skills we have a good chance but we need to understand the aussies are also here to compete. The fact that they cancelled their tour of bd is not going to help Saifuddin land those yorkers. Practice, preparation and a calm head under pressure will.
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Small ground + batting pitch. Expect 350+ score from the Australians.
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:30 AM
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What i dont like about this "dekhai dimu" attitude is that we have adopted it many times in the past but we have rarely been successful. When you frame it like Aussies did this and that so we will win and get revenge, it doesn't have a fallback option in case we lose. I know some shameless fans will just ignore and say the same thing all over again the next time we play aussies but for me i think letting our game do the talking is much much better than the loud mouth approach. If we can execute our skills we have a good chance but we need to understand the aussies are also here to compete. The fact that they cancelled their tour of bd is not going to help Saifuddin land those yorkers. Practice, preparation and a calm head under pressure will.
Every coach and manager in sporting teams tries to motivate the players, if any external incident can motivate the players to perform there is nothing wrong with that as long as they don't cross the line and insult the opponents. For example Imran Khan went to the field wearing a tiger jersey and also used the hospital funding as motivation to do better. I think you are mistaking fan behaviour and actions with players behaviour actions . Dekhai dimu doesn't mean they will go into the field to sledge or make memes. They will go into the field to give 110%
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Old June 18, 2019, 04:50 AM
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I dont like the 1971 reference to every win against Pakistan or Sehwag insult reference to every win against India. We dont need cheap motivation born out of negative incidents. Just like the great WI side of the 70s and 80s or the Aussie side of the 90s we can give 110% based on pride of representing bangladesh and the desire to compete against the best. This is just my own opinion.
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What is going on gents?

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Good luck Bangladesh Cricket Team. See you in Trent bridge
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I dont like the 1971 reference to every win against Pakistan or Sehwag insult reference to every win against India. We dont need cheap motivation born out of negative incidents. Just like the great WI side of the 70s and 80s or the Aussie side of the 90s we can give 110% based on pride of representing bangladesh and the desire to compete against the best. This is just my own opinion.
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I dont like the 1971 reference to every win against Pakistan or Sehwag insult reference to every win against India. We dont need cheap motivation born out of negative incidents. Just like the great WI side of the 70s and 80s or the Aussie side of the 90s we can give 110% based on pride of representing bangladesh and the desire to compete against the best. This is just my own opinion.
No motivation is bad even if it is cheap, it is cheap only in your eyes. There is problem when there is a lack of motivation among players but you will never
hear extra motivation is bad. As long as they don't break any rules there is no harm in extra motivation.
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