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Old July 10, 2020, 07:57 AM
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Default Cricket After Lockdown- West Indies v England

Good test match shaping up here
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Old July 10, 2020, 07:58 AM
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Trailing England by 37 runs
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Old July 10, 2020, 08:00 AM
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Brooks is solid in defense and not shy to play his strokes
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Old July 10, 2020, 04:32 PM
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A good day of test cricket.

Windies still with the upper hand
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Old July 12, 2020, 12:06 PM
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Good Win for the West Indies, nice to be able to watch something this Sunday morning.

Dowrich reminds me of Mushy, with both the Glove and the Bat.

Jofra Archer is gonna break down if Stokes overworks him the way the way he was today.


Pretty much need 4 pace bowlers now to compete now a days in Test cricket. Bangladesh might have 2.5 pacers tops.
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Old July 13, 2020, 08:13 PM
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Good Win for the West Indies, nice to be able to watch something this Sunday morning.

Dowrich reminds me of Mushy, with both the Glove and the Bat.

Jofra Archer is gonna break down if Stokes overworks him the way the way he was today.


Pretty much need 4 pace bowlers now to compete now a days in Test cricket. Bangladesh might have 2.5 pacers tops.
All the wickets were taken by Gabriel and Holder.

BD should go with Rahi, Ebadat, Shoriful, and Saifuddin (seam allrounder) for overseas Tests. If we ever play again that is.
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Old July 14, 2020, 12:47 PM
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All the wickets were taken by Gabriel and Holder.

BD should go with Rahi, Ebadat, Shoriful, and Saifuddin (seam allrounder) for overseas Tests. If we ever play again that is.
Roach and Joseph kept it economical and then Chase chipped in the 3rd innings with some off spin.

I bet one of them delivers a 4-5 wicket haul in the final two tests.

We play an overseas test and we'll have 75 overs of Taijul, Shakib and Mehidy putting in a combined 3-250
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There seems to be more people in the crowd then there was before COVID-19.
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Old July 28, 2020, 04:53 PM
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Turns out West Indies could not sustain their play from the first match. Middling teams (e.g. current West Indian team) tend to be over-reliant on momentum, and have a difficult time generating it mid-series.

My observations:

1. Roach and Holder aside, most bowlers put their head down too easily. When the batting side is dominating, the bowlers' job is to keep their backbones straight and keep bowling hard. Ironically, Woakes and Archer also appeared vulnerable of the same - but never were put under that much pressure. Even Holder puts his head down too often to my liking. "Keep your chin up lad. Believe in the hard work you put in to get here."

2. The West Indian batsmen showed more of this. Chase's run out in the second inning is one example. Roston Chase is already their most important middle-order batsman (although he isn't treated as such in favor of more 'talented and younger' ones). So it bothered me to see him indecisive, ball watching, not committing hard to either direction. That's a man affected by a lack of confidence around him.
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