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  1. #1
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    How do you rate Peter Handscomb?

    He seems to have good temperament and is scoring runs at every opportunity. A solid middle order bat IMO. What are your thoughts?


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    Have rated him very highly even before his debut.

    Bancroft is another quality prospect I rate. Australia should take him to India.


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    Ashwin is gonna destroy him

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    Rated him for a long time now.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    Rate him highly. Best among all Aussie new comers

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    Can;t judge against an innocent bowling.

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    He will be seriously tested in India.Can't judge him based on his innings against a club level attack.

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    Let him step outside of Oceania

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    India will be quite a challenge for him but his offensive game against spin is not bad at all. Defence yet to be tested. Likes to come down like Pujara and target the wide mid-on region.


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    Showed some really good form to start his career. Two hundreds in your first series is unheard of.


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    He will have trouble against against away swing against righties because he gets cramped for room and doesn't move forward as confidently. The bowlers can pitch it up a foot or two further up than they can to normal batsmen. That's how Abbot trapped him. He will eventually have to come down a foot to alter that length.


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    Looks steady at crease not sure about how he would play odd/low bounce though.


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    He's a good player.

    Not convinced he will succeed anywhere in Asia.

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    Hes the 3rd best player in the team behind Smith and Warner.

    Khawaja is gonna be a sitting duck in asia


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    Decent player will probably average 25 in asia.

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    High quality player.

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    If he's going to sit back that deep in India, Jadeja will be all over him. Defence has hardly been tested right now.

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    He looks to be a balanced guy with good temperament and looks very stylish in his stroke play am very impressed with his ability to judge the depth of the crease so not seeing him falling cheaply against spinners

    He may struggle in swinging conditions against good attacks once he loses his form inevitably

    But as long as his vision,quick hands and tempremant works he will be a strong prospect all over the world

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    Seeing him play for the 1st time during this series, I am a fan of his already.

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    Obviously very early days but a much better prospect than Voges at this point in time that's for certain.

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    Don't rate him.

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    He will go the same way trott on the end

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    People are doing a mistake here judging him against horrible bowling. I ll reserve my judgement till he plays better attacks and I am talking about seam attacks here because I don't think any of the Australian batsmen is going to do anything of note in India barring maybe Smith.

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    Good player but I don't see him succeeding against fully fit Yasir (UAE), and against Ashwin, Yadav, Jadega and Herath in India.

    The reason for that is that he has only Slog sweep and not other 3 types of sweep plus his forward defence against spin isn't that smooth.


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    Let him play first then rating game can be played.
    Let him step outside Australia

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    He's a decent player made to look better than he is,by our bowling attack.

    India will be a true test of his caliber as a batsman.

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    looks like he will be a good HTB and do well on bouncy phatta. Remains to be seen if he can do anything in Asia.

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    Im surprised wahab worked him out yet, bowl a few throat high bouncers and then the full ball

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    Seems like a lack of thought and planning from our bowlers against him.

    Decent player but made to look better than he is by a mediocre bowling attack.



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    Too early to rate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    Seems like a lack of thought and planning from our bowlers against him.

    Decent player but made to look better than he is by a mediocre bowling attack.
    He will be a walking wicket in India


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    Ok at best, will struggle against a decent team like india.

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    Not fair to rate any batsman on This wicket .... dead flat and no variable bounce .... no guess work required by the batsman !!!!

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    54, 1*, 105, 35, 54 - a strong start to a test career, albeit in Australian conditions.

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    Hundreds on Aussie Wickets are not difficult to score. The ball does not do anything to get the batsman in trouble.
    Only mentally weak and lazy batsman will struggle on these pattas. The Aus bowling attack is not that great either. 2 Good pacers and thats all they have.

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    Blitzed a quickfire 40* today.

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    Next big thing for world cricket. Sheer quality.

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    Looks very organized batsman. Good game sense and gifted in timing. Wonderful career ahead.

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    You can never judge a player until he steps outside his comfort zone.
    A lot of Australian/Indian cricketers look like rock stars at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by soso_killer View Post
    You can never judge a player until he steps outside his comfort zone.
    A lot of Australian/Indian cricketers look like rock stars at home
    Do you mean like how Rabada averages 20 at home and 55 in Asia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Do you mean like how Rabada averages 20 at home and 55 in Asia.
    Did run through Australia who have been humiliating all before them at home

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    Quote Originally Posted by soso_killer View Post
    Did run through Australia who have been humiliating all before them at home
    In conditions that suit him. He's no different to Ashwin as far as I'm concerned.

    I copied that out of the Warner thread where you claimed that it meant nothing for Warner to average 90 in SA because the conditions were the same.

    I just find it fun how you use the same reasons to big up your players and pull down others.

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    Aussie posters flying high these days after winning a couple of matches at home.

    Wait till you step out of the warm comforts of the motherland


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    He looks better of the two newcomers. Predominantly a backfoot player. He seems to pick the length early. He would be one of Australia's better player in India. Unfortunately like England, Australia don't have spin attack to challenge India, so whatever their batsmen do would go waste.
    Last edited by Stallion__; 6th January 2017 at 16:07.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Aussie posters flying high these days after winning a couple of matches at home.

    Wait till you step out of the warm comforts of the motherland
    I take it you are speaking from experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    I take it you are speaking from experience.
    What happened the last time you came to the dessert buddy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    What happened the last time you came to the dessert buddy?


    Pak posters flying high after winning a couple of matches at home. what happened when you stepped out of the warm comforts of the motherland -

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    Quote Originally Posted by soso_killer View Post
    Did run through Australia who have been humiliating all before them at home
    I've stopped oohing at any batsman/bowler who performs well away if it's an Australian in South Africa / South African in Australia. Rabada on the current path will be a poor man's James Anderson - a one trick pony who needs favourable conditions to look respectable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    I've stopped oohing at any batsman/bowler who performs well away if it's an Australian in South Africa / South African in Australia. Rabada on the current path will be a poor man's James Anderson - a one trick pony who needs favourable conditions to look respectable.
    what ever makes you feel better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilly View Post
    Pak posters flying high after winning a couple of matches at home. what happened when you stepped out of the warm comforts of the motherland -
    Perhaps attempt to draw a series in England first

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    I've stopped oohing at any batsman/bowler who performs well away if it's an Australian in South Africa / South African in Australia. Rabada on the current path will be a poor man's James Anderson - a one trick pony who needs favourable conditions to look respectable.
    Lmao so performances which don't fit your narrative won't be considered lmao

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    I'm not just a Test specialist: Handscomb

    Handscomb has enjoyed a meteoric rise on the international scene over the past two months.

    The 25-year-old made an instant impact after earning a shock Test call-up in November, compiling 399 runs at an average of 99.75 in his four matches to date in the baggy green.

    And his ODI debut on Thursday was just as memorable, with Handscomb scoring 82 off 84 balls in a seven-wicket win over Pakistan at the WACA Ground.

    Handscomb is still viewed by many as a player better suited to the long form of the game.

    Prior to making his ODI debut, Handscomb's top score in domestic limited overs cricket was just 72, with an average of 31.4.

    But Handscomb is determined to improve his limited-overs cricket, and he hopes his match-winning knock for Australia on Thursday is the start of something special.

    Handscomb said he will learn off players like Steve Smith, David Warner, and Glenn Maxwell in a bid to become a more explosive player in one-day cricket.

    "I understand my one-day record in domestic cricket isn't great," Handscomb said.

    "I guess I just need to be able to find a way to score off more balls.

    "In the longer format, you can let a lot go and wait until the ball is in your zone to hit.

    "Whereas here, you need to start fabricating a few shots and making a few things up, which I'm working on. And trying to score quicker."

    Handscomb was parachuted into the one-day squad following injuries to allrounder Mitch Marsh (shoulder) and Chris Lynn (neck).

    Both players are seen as crucial to Australia's future ODI plans, and Handscomb knows he is in danger of being squeezed out at some point.

    "If they had been fit, I wouldn't be here, and this opportunity wouldn't have occurred," Handscomb said.

    "So in that sense, I've been very lucky as well.

    "If I keep getting an opportunity in the middle order in the ODI team, that would be great."

    Australia lead the series 2-1 heading into Sunday's clash at the SCG.

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    "meteoric rise on the international scene "

    Far too early to say this.. Looks promising enough to be here for a while.

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    He has poor technique and will be found Out in India very very quickly, I am very surprised at what he has achieved so far.

    He looked pedestrian in BBL and that what he is , missing Waqar Younis or ShoaiB Akhtar in swinging Yorker which he would have not survived once with his current technique


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    Handscome, Wade, Marsh, Warner are some of the most mediocre batsmen I've seen in Australian team. Australian batting talent has regressed so much.

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    Handscomb is a good player. Not the prettiest to watch and certainly not a complete batsman but a big fighter. I didn't mind that he scored runs against us

    Renshaw on the other hand. No way he should be scoring 84 in Test cricket let alone 184

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    i find it hilarious he is being taken to India


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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfectionPersonified View Post
    He has poor technique and will be found Out in India very very quickly, I am very surprised at what he has achieved so far.

    He looked pedestrian in BBL and that what he is , missing Waqar Younis or ShoaiB Akhtar in swinging Yorker which he would have not survived once with his current technique
    BBL is irrelevant


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1ddlR View Post
    i find it hilarious he is being taken to India
    In what way is it hilarious?

    He's one of the best players of spin in Australia.

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    Extremely mediocre player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellipsism View Post
    In what way is it hilarious?

    He's one of the best players of spin in Australia.
    And this has been tested on Aussie Decks which are pace friendly, not 90 degree turners against Ashwin.

    I think he's been taking prematurely - as always they will take an talented player to india and ruin his career.

    i like him.


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    Quote Originally Posted by R1ddlR View Post
    And this has been tested on Aussie Decks which are pace friendly, not 90 degree turners against Ashwin.

    I think he's been taking prematurely - as always they will take an talented player to india and ruin his career.

    i like him.
    How is it prematurely?

    Renshaw sure but Handscomb is best XI anyway so why not take him.

    If he fails he sure as hell won't be the first Australian to fail in India


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    Very good. He is here to stay, Australia have found their long-term number 4/5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    Handscomb is a good player. Not the prettiest to watch and certainly not a complete batsman but a big fighter. I didn't mind that he scored runs against us

    Renshaw on the other hand. No way he should be scoring 84 in Test cricket let alone 184
    Renshaw has a bit of Cook in him. He can make it in Test cricket with some improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Renshaw has a bit of Cook in him. He can make it in Test cricket with some improvement.
    Renshaw has a lot of Cook in him. Still raw and he was picked early but hey the experience won't hurt him.


    Quote Originally Posted by Saqs on Steve Smith
    And who taught him to bat? Chris Martin? Is he the Australian equivalent of ....wait, I'm struggling to think of another useless player of his calibre.

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    Quality player of spin.


    A skilled hawk conceals its talons.

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    very highly rated player, future of Australian test team along with Renshaw.

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    Good inning from him.

    Renshaw, Marsh, Handscomb and Maxi all have done something significant this series in comparison to the most destructive opener in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Protea Fan View Post
    He looks to be a balanced guy with good temperament and looks very stylish in his stroke play am very impressed with his ability to judge the depth of the crease so not seeing him falling cheaply against spinners

    He may struggle in swinging conditions against good attacks once he loses his form inevitably

    But as long as his vision,quick hands and tempremant works he will be a strong prospect all over the world
    Said it na,he's a quality player

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Next big thing for world cricket. Sheer quality.
    Madplayer knows his players. This guy is special.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    Handscomb is a good player. Not the prettiest to watch and certainly not a complete batsman but a big fighter. I didn't mind that he scored runs against us

    Renshaw on the other hand. No way he should be scoring 84 in Test cricket let alone 184
    Showed today what a big fighter he is

    Renshaw is gritting it out too but he is trash and will be out of the team within 18 months


    #MPGA

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    Class player. Cricket is a game of character, which he has in abundance.

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    Outstanding player. Will be around for years to come. A big fan of this guy.

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    He should have been picked earlier , he looks very solid player for Aussies.

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