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  1. #81
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    Let's see how he does in UAE.


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    Keeping my expectations low, he will cement himself as worthy of being considered a future world #1 batsmen if he's able to make a mark this series.


    Quote Originally Posted by Convict View Post
    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

  3. #83
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Keeping my expectations low, he will cement himself as worthy of being considered a future world #1 batsmen if he's able to make a mark this series.
    Do you still think NZ will win 2-1?


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    "This business that it's 'up to Misbah' whether he wants to play or not – that's rubbish - it's up to the selectors," Chappell said.

  4. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by MRSN View Post
    Do you still think NZ will win 2-1?
    When I said that it looked like YK was on the slide, Misbah was on the way out and Ajmal had just been banned.


    Quote Originally Posted by Convict View Post
    Don't worry bro. Your other thread allows for rain. Maybe it will save you?

  5. #85
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    The best fielding side in the world. Easily.
    Always there or thereabouts in world events so expect them to be there in the final four. From then on its anybody's game.
    @Aman et al - is Milne back and fit? I want to see another Bondesque tearaway ripping it up with Southee and Boult. Now that's not too shabby an attack.


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    Jusqu'ici tout va bien. L'important n’est pas la chute, c’est l’atterrissage.

  6. #86
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    Is Kane Williamson the NZ version of Steven Waugh

    Calm and cool
    Excellent player and captain under pressure and a thinking cricketer
    He reminds me a lot of steven Waugh
    His captaincy is brilliant

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    Kane Williamson last 12 ODIs :-

    71
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    15
    103

    825 runs at an average of 75

    What great form he is in.

    I really do like the look of this New Zealand team especially their pace bowling line-up.



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    Best captain , Pretty good batting lineup and destructive bowling attack

    Macca seems to relay more on bit and pieces player imo like selecting elloit , nathan mccullum when you already have an allrounder like corey anderson and then kane williasom then you go for a specialist batsman or bowler

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    Kane Williamson backing up his words with his hot form. A player to watch out for in the World Cup.

  10. #90
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    Kane Williamson has now scored tons against all Test playing nations.


    Eat, Sleep, Back The Team....Repeat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #GreenRoars View Post
    Kane Williamson has now scored tons against all Test playing nations.
    one of he most all rounded crickeers of the era..i hope he gets his due in longer form of game.

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    The Yorkshire County Club is delighted to announce the capture of Kane Williamson as an overseas batsman for 2018, subject to paperwork being finalised.

    Williamson, who currently captains New Zealand and bats at the top of the order across all three formats, will be available to play 11 T20 Blast matches and four Specsavers County Championship fixtures. His first match for the Club will be the Vikings’ trip to the Emirates Riverside to face Durham on Friday July 13. In the Championship, Williamson will play in a Roses fixture against Lancashire (Jul 22), as well as Worcestershire at Scarborough, Somerset at Emerald Headingley Stadium, while his final match will be at Trent Bridge against Nottinghamshire (Sep 4).

    The Tauranga-born 27-year-old, who re-joins the White Rose for a fourth stint, is currently the number three batsman in the world and averages 50.66 in Test cricket. His First-Class average is 48.48, having scored 9600 runs across 125 matches.

    Director of Cricket Martyn Moxon said: “Kane’s abilities are there for all to see and he has consistently performed well at the highest level for a significant period of time. He’s a cool character and a calm, reassuring influence on and off the field. He is a perfect fit for our dressing room at this moment in time.

    “He’s a very experienced and highly skilled individual and, having spent periods of time with us in the past, Kane knows the Club and the players well and will be able to slot straight in to our playing group.

    His career has continued to go from strength to strength and he remains one of the best batsmen in the world. Hopefully he gives us the boost we need ahead of the 2018 campaign.”

    The classy right-hander helped Yorkshire to their first of two successive County Championships by scoring 629 runs at an average of 57 in 2014. Williamson’s most prolific form with the Club has been in the Championship with a haul of 1,074 runs at an average of 46.7.

    Williamson, who is currently leading the Black Caps in the Second Test against West Indies in Hamilton, told yorkshireccc.com: “I’m really excited to be linking up with Yorkshire once again. I thoroughly enjoyed my previous spells with the Club and I’m very much looking forward to contributing to a winning Yorkshire side.

    “I’ve enjoyed some of my happiest cricketing moments with the county and I hope I can help improve the team both on and off the field. There have been a few changes since I was last involved but I still know most of the characters in the dressing room and, with Andrew Gale as coach, I’m sure that the winning culture remains as strong as ever.

    “I’m sure more success is just around the corner and hopefully I can play a part in that.”


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