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    If David Warner is a home track bully, then what is Cheteshwar Pujara?

    Pujara is the definition of HTB, averages 65 at home, 33 away and bats at a snails pace. Warner averages 35 away and 59 neutral.

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    I think Pujara improves those stats on his next overseas tours tbh.

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    Why cant both be called home track bullies?


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    Idk why so many hate on Warner... he's quality, he scored a chanceless (IIRC) century against us on a green top at Hobart when every other batsmen struggled to make it to double digits...


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    If Warner is a home track bully, then what is Pujara?

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    Pujara is partly the reason India haven't won this match, by the way. Had he batted at a SR of 50, India would have had the time they need to bowl Australia out.

    A good batsman for sure, but yes, his weaknesses against swing, seam and bounce are evident. At least his fans don't call him the next Ponting/Sachin/Lara like another good, Indian batsmen with issues against the moving ball.


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    Both are home track bullies and amazingly suited to their own environments. Warner bats like a beast in Australia and once he gets going he wins you the game. Pujara bats slowly even at his own home HOWEVER, sensibly too. Batting fast on these turners when the rest of your team crumbles wont do him a whole lot good. I would say both are crap.

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    Do people even rate Pujara high enough to start this comparison? He had a promising start to his career, but since then he has been exposed to be another HTB.

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    everyone admits that atm Pujara is a HTB. He will probably get one more chance to rectify his stats outside India if he fails then then he will be classed as a certified HTB.

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    Nobody overhypes Pujara. Does anyone bring Mahela's record to mock him?No because he isn't overhyped.

    Pujara, Mahela and Warner are at same level.

    However, these three are better than Ian Bell anyday.

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    It's better to have a home track bully than a no track bully like Dumminy, trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    Nobody overhypes Pujara. Does anyone bring Mahela's record to mock him?No because he isn't overhyped.

    Pujara, Mahela and Warner are at same level.

    However, these three are better than Ian Bell anyday.
    If you're grouping Mahela and Bell with those two then get Sehwag in there two. His overseas record is pretty terrible as well and he was a bunny against the moving ball.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak_Fan View Post
    Do people even rate Pujara high enough to start this comparison? He had a promising start to his career, but since then he has been exposed to be another HTB.
    Pretty much this. Pujara is underrated so there's no point pointing out his failures. His strengths however like being the true backbone of the indian line up should be appreciated.

    I personally think he can do well abroad in the next overseas cycle but thats all assumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilal7 View Post
    If you're grouping Mahela and Bell with those two then get Sehwag in there two. His overseas record is pretty terrible as well and he was a bunny against the moving ball.
    Bell is inferior. I didn't grouped him among the three. He avgs 41 and was king of soft runs. These guys will make you work hard for winning in their backyard.Bell won't.

    Sehwag had ability to play long innings. Lots of 150+ scores for him already at a very good pace. I put him just slightly behind Hayden.

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    Pujara is a nobody for everyone outside of Indian fans. People don't even know him until India plays them.

    Warner is a proven match winner in all formats and can take away the game once he gets going.

    Pujara is god for drawing Tests and that's about it. You need a player like Pujara when you want to save a Test.

    Even a player like Dhawan can have more impact than Pujara in Test matches.

    OP is still upset about the Ind-SA test series.

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    He is HTB ATM.. but he has scored runs when the team needed him the most. This home season would have turned into horror show if not for him

    And by the way when are they implementing the rule for standard bat size ?

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    Pujara has improved since then, but no one rates him like Warner anyway.

    Warner is more of a FTB, while Pujara does well on turners too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aman View Post
    Idk why so many hate on Warner... he's quality, he scored a chanceless (IIRC) century against us on a green top at Hobart when every other batsmen struggled to make it to double digits...
    Not hard to guess why. Just 1 hundred in 27 Tests in India, England, NZ, Sri Lanka, WI and UAE. Easily the most overrated Test cricketer in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sachin136 View Post
    Pujara has improved since then, but no one rates him like Warner anyway.

    Warner is more of a FTB, while Pujara does well on turners too.
    First sentence sums it up

    Both are flat track bullies but only one is feted all around the world as some potential ATG opener


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    Nobody overhypes Pujara. Does anyone bring Mahela's record to mock him?No because he isn't overhyped.

    Pujara, Mahela and Warner are at same level.

    However, these three are better than Ian Bell anyday.
    I think you are being unfair by grouping Mahela with the other two at this point


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    Pujara is key to India's success overseas. He failed last time and India lost. If he does well next time India has chance to win or draw the series'. Once he get past 30-40 its really difficult for the opposition win the match.


    Sarfi as captain'll lead us to glory.Babar'll be our best odi bat & Haris'll be world class in tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by SarfiBabarHaris View Post
    Pujara is key to India's success overseas. He failed last time and India lost. If he does well next time India has chance to win or draw the series'. Once he get past 30-40 its really difficult for the opposition win the match.
    Yes, because at the pace he bats the match will certainly end in a draw

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amirforpresident View Post
    Yes, because at the pace he bats the match will certainly end i a draw
    haha yesshhh :p atleast not some match losing efforts like some of his teammates :p ..


    Sarfi as captain'll lead us to glory.Babar'll be our best odi bat & Haris'll be world class in tests

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    I think you are being unfair by grouping Mahela with the other two at this point
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    He is a HTB but he's not hyped like Warner do he is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sachin136 View Post
    Pujara has improved since then, but no one rates him like Warner anyway.

    Warner is more of a FTB, while Pujara does well on turners too.
    Warner does well on quick and bouncy wickets where many players fail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slog View Post
    I think you are being unfair by grouping Mahela with the other two at this point
    Unfair to Pujara/Warner?? Mahela was a clutch bat too and avgs 50 over a pretty long career.

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    Pujara is definitely a HTB as well.

    Anyone who disagrees is biased.


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    Pujara had a 150 in SA and am not seeing him failing in current ausis wickets

    He can improve his stats when he again tour overseas again,he's bad but not vulnerable in those conditions

    Warner is the most one dimensional cricketer in history,even in his peak period he looks clueless away from home

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