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Old October 16, 2016, 09:12 PM
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Ligar- lion + tigar
Liger-male lion+female tiger

Tigon-male tiger+female lion
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Old October 16, 2016, 10:08 PM
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Liger-male lion+female tiger

Tigon-male tiger+female lion
Thanks for this Night_wolf...I went on to do some research from a layman's perspective.
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The liger is often believed to represent the largest known cat in the world.[1] Males reach a total length of 3 to 3.6 m,[7][8] meaning they are larger than large Siberian tiger males.[9] Imprinted genes may be a factor contributing to huge liger size.[10] These are genes that may or may not be expressed on the parent they are inherited from, and that occasionally play a role in issues of hybrid growth. For example, in some dog breed crosses, genes that are expressed only when maternally-inherited cause the young to grow larger than is typical for either parent breed. This growth is not seen in the paternal breeds, as such genes are normally "counteracted" by genes inherited from the female of the appropriate breed.[11]

Other big cat hybrids can reach similar sizes; the litigon, a rare hybrid of a male lion and a female tigon, is roughly the same size as the liger, with a male named Cubanacan (at the Alipore Zoo in India) reaching 363 kg (800 lb).[12] The extreme rarity of these second-generation hybrids may make it difficult to ascertain whether they are larger or smaller, on average than the liger.
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Old October 16, 2016, 11:29 PM
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Old October 16, 2016, 11:37 PM
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Can't wait to see the deadly Shafiul and Hom bowling in tandem.. Lethal pace and turn like Wasim and Murali. Not to mention Mushy's captaincy. England has no chance.

I am eagerly waiting to see them in action..
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Old October 16, 2016, 11:38 PM
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Guys have a check what Davendra Bishoo just did to pakistan and also what Uasir shah and adil rashid has been doing. Ish sodi from NZ cam be counted as decent too. Just notice what they can do to an oppoaition! Just wished we had a leggie quite as good is this.
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Old October 16, 2016, 11:48 PM
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Thanks for this Night_wolf...I went on to do some research from a layman's perspective.
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Read more:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liger
I once opened a thread about hercules the liger, the biggest living cat right now, cant find the link from my mobile
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Old October 17, 2016, 07:54 AM
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yes, can we win this test ???
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Old October 17, 2016, 07:57 AM
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We need a leg spinner. Full stop.

Just wonder how we ll sacrifice our wkt against A Rashid.
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Old October 17, 2016, 01:34 PM
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Sabbir's inclusion makes no sense, mainly because he hasn't played a single long inning in ODI. His ODI record is below average. He's a solid batsman who doesn't have the temperament at all. Back in the day when players were brought in to play test, the worries used to be technique related. Tamim, Shakib etc, didn't have the knowledge to hold a test bat. Most of these new guys are more technically sound.

I'm hoping Sabbir playing test cricket improves his temperament and he learns to graft long innings in all versions of the game. He's very fortunate to be getting the baggy green so easily. He's lucky to be playing for Bangladesh. Anywhere else...

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Nasir Hossain is a much better overall player in all format than Sabbir! His stats speaks for itself! I don't get why the ignorance towards Nasir. I assume because he isn't flashy and as "cool" as Sabbir. Sabbir just riding on his swag and vibe.

Nasir > Sabbir, Hom, SS.
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Old October 17, 2016, 01:39 PM
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I'm all for saving our main bowlers for the white ball. But I don't understand why aren't we picking discarded guys like and giving them a chance? Also, where's Shahid and Robiul?
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Old October 17, 2016, 01:53 PM
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my team:
Tamin
Kayes
Soumya
Mimi
Riyad
Mushi
Shakib
Sabbir
Miraz
Hom
Taijul

This team will secure us draw
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Old October 17, 2016, 02:05 PM
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Miraz been told not to play the practice match on last moment, ie they are keeping him as a surprise. So, looks very likely that he will play.
Good thinking from BCB. Miraz would be much better option that Hom at the moment IMHO


Here is my squad:

Tamim
Imu
Mushy
Mimin
Mullah
Shakib
Shabbir
Miraz
Rabbi
Nurul
Taijul
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Old October 17, 2016, 04:08 PM
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Sabbir's inclusion makes no sense, mainly because he hasn't played a single long inning in ODI. His ODI record is below average. He's a solid batsman who doesn't have the temperament at all. Back in the day when players were brought in to play test, the worries used to be technique related. Tamim, Shakib etc, didn't have the knowledge to hold a test bat. Most of these new guys are more technically sound.

I'm hoping Sabbir playing test cricket improves his temperament and he learns to graft long innings in all versions of the game. He's very fortunate to be getting the baggy green so easily. He's lucky to be playing for Bangladesh. Anywhere else...

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Nasir Hossain is a much better overall player in all format than Sabbir! His stats speaks for itself! I don't get why the ignorance towards Nasir. I assume because he isn't flashy and as "cool" as Sabbir. Sabbir just riding on his swag and vibe.

Nasir > Sabbir, Hom, SS.
More worried about Shafiul and Hom's inclusion than Shabbir. Shabbir can at least score 30-40 runs or get 1-2 wickets along with sharp fielding. But Shafiul will go for 100+ with no wickets and don't even want to talk about Hom
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Old October 17, 2016, 04:33 PM
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More worried about Shafiul and Hom's inclusion than Shabbir. Shabbir can at least score 30-40 runs or get 1-2 wickets along with sharp fielding. But Shafiul will go for 100+ with no wickets and don't even want to talk about Hom
Shabbir is fine not other one's
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:09 PM
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Shafiul is fine. I'd rather have him over Rubel. And I'd rather they not use Taskin, Al-Amin in tests.
Rubel and Al-Amin should focus on returning for NZ ODI series.

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Shabbir* can at least score 30-40 runs or get 1-2 wickets along with sharp fielding.




Nasir*
he can do all of that too and proven it. I don't know how Hom keeps finding his way back in the team!
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:18 PM
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Sometime after the first test:

Hom feeling at home in the test squad after his man of the Match performance.
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:24 PM
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I just dont get how in the world did Hom get picked over Nasir? I mean how or who thought he is going to be better than nasir? Please give me an explanation. How many times nasir has to prove that he belongs in this team in all formats?? Wtf man who makes this dumbass decisions?
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:28 PM
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Shafiul is fine. I'd rather have him over Rubel. And I'd rather they not use Taskin, Al-Amin in tests.
Rubel and Al-Amin should focus on returning for NZ ODI series.

Nasir*
he can do all of that too and proven it. I don't know how Hom keeps finding his way back in the team!
Al-amin has performed better than Shafiul in the last few years, and can at least contain the batsmen if not take wickets as seen in the practice match. This will allow a spinner like Shakib at the other end to take wickets. But Shafiul with his standard medium pace bowling with no variety will offer easy scoring opportunity and reduce the pressure, he is also not a wicket taking bowler.

As for Nasir, he should have been there instead of Hom, Shabbir has been in decent form with both ball and bat, so giving him a try is not a bad idea considering future benefits..

Also, outside of player selection, I am really worried about Mushy's captaincy. He will set ultra defensive field, bring in the wrong bowler at the wrong time and loose the match mentally as soon as there is one long English partnership or we loose few wickets.
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:35 PM
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I just dont get how in the world did Hom get picked over Nasir? I mean how or who thought he is going to be better than nasir? Please give me an explanation. How many times nasir has to prove that he belongs in this team in all formats?? Wtf man who makes this dumbass decisions?
Nasir is not a test material but may be better than Hom.
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Old October 17, 2016, 05:39 PM
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my team:
Tamin
Kayes
Soumya
Mimi
Riyad
Mushi
Shakib
Sabbir
Miraz
Hom
Taijul

This team will secure us draw
Don't think the result will be a draw. Win or loss
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Old October 17, 2016, 08:09 PM
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I am very very afraid Adil Rashid + Chris Woakes + Stuart Broad will wreck havoc in the lineup(these three in top form in the test format in the last year or so)...

Moeen Ali and Ben Stokes more than handy with the ball.
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Old October 17, 2016, 09:05 PM
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I really hope they make a slow, turner.. similar to the one between Bangladesh Vs Zimbabwe first test last year. I know they have Adil Rashid but we also have Tamim, Imrul, Mominul, Shakib that are lefties in the squad. They should be ok with playing him even with his variations. They only have Moen and Rashid where we have Shakib-Taijul-Miraz-Riyad and maybe Shabbir. Our spin attack will be stronger and better variety then theirs.

In these kind of low scoring tracks, you only need 1-2 steady innings to get a dependable score and the English batsmen are less likely to succeed then ours due to the unfamiliar conditions. But make a batting track, our batsmen at best can match theirs. No chance of beating them with the likes of Root, Cook, Bairstow...

We shouldnt be aiming for a draw at home anymore. Even with a depleted bowling attack, we have a better shot at winning then they do. Teams like England are terrible in sub continent conditions. Dont let them get away with it by making a highway.
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Old October 17, 2016, 09:56 PM
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1. Tamim
2. Kayes
3. Mominul
4. Riyad
5. Mushy
6. Shabbir
7. Shakib
8. Miraz
9. Taizul
10. Shafiul
11. Rabbi

This is the XI coming...
I know little about Maraz. I hope he is better bowler than Home. In that case this is the possible and best 11.
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Old October 17, 2016, 10:08 PM
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About time that Bangladesh have more double centurions...

Only 2 thus far...
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Old October 17, 2016, 10:31 PM
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Shakib's batting in the last 3 years:

Shakib Al Hasan (BDESH) 2013-2015 11 19 4 770 137 51.33 1210 63.63 1 5 0 97 6

Averaging over 50
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