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    Champions Trophy 2017 - Bangladesh announce squad

    Bangladesh team for Champions Trophy :

    1. Mashrafee (c)
    2. Shakib al Hasan (vc)
    3. Tamim Iqbal
    4. Somya Sarkar
    5. Mushfiqur Rahim
    6. Imrul kayes
    7. Mahmudullah Riyadh
    8. Shabbir Rahman
    9. Mehedi Hasan Miraz
    10. Mosaddek Hossain shoikat
    11. Mustafizur Rahman
    12. Taskin Ahmed
    13. Sanzamul islam
    14. Rubel Hossain
    15. Safiul islam


    Bangladesh squad for Ireland Tri nations series:

    1. Mashrafee (c)
    2. Shakib al Hasan (vc)
    3. Tamim Iqbal
    4. Somya Sarkar
    5. Mushfiqur Rahim
    6. Imrul kayes
    7. Mahmudullah Riyadh
    8. Shabbir Rahman
    9. Mehedi Hasan Miraz
    10. Mosaddek Hossain shoikat
    11. Mustafizur Rahman
    12. Taskin Ahmed
    13. Sanzamul islam
    14. Rubel Hossain
    15. Safiul islam
    16. Nasir Hossain
    17. Nurul Hasan shohan
    18. Shuvashish Roy

    Bangladesh recalled Shafiul Islam and left out Nurul Hasan, Subashis Roy and Shuvagata Hom for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 that will be held in England in June.

    This will be the first time Bangladesh is participating in the ICC Champions Trophy in more than a decade, having last been a part of it in 2006 under the captaincy of Habibul Bashar.

    Bashar, one of the Champion Ambassadors for this year’s tournament, had told ICC that qualification for the tournament was a big step forward. "It is definitely a big step forward for our country to qualify directly to this year's Champion's Trophy, and it is really important for the team as well," said Bashar. "Now we have the opportunity to demonstrate how good our ODI skills are at the present time."

    The selectors also announced the team for a tri-series that Bangladesh will take part in, featuring Ireland and New Zealand, in Ireland, to prepare for the Champions Trophy. "It is important to plan separately for this tournament, which is why we are going to Ireland for a tri-nation series before the Champions Trophy. That will help us greatly in preparing for English conditions. You will see a different Bangladesh in this year's Champions Trophy," said Bashar.

    Medium-pacer Shafiul last featured for Bangladesh in the home series against England in October 2016 before he injured his hamstring during the Bangladesh Premier League. He was later part of the Bangladesh Test squad for the one-off game against India in Hyderabad, although he didn't feature in the XI.

    Nurul, the wicketkeeper, and Roy, the medium-pacer, were part of Bangladesh's squad for its most recent One-Day International series against Sri Lanka, but didn't get a game. Both of them, however, have been named in Bangladesh's squad for the tri-series in Ireland.

    Hom, who was also in the ODI squad for Bangladesh's series against Sri Lanka has been left out from both squads while Nasir Hossain, the middle-order batsman, bagged a spot for the tri-series.

    The rest of the 15-man squad for the Champions Trophy is on expected lines, with Mashrafe Mortaza leading and Mushfiqur Rahim being his deputy.

    Bangladesh's tri-series in Ireland, also featuring New Zealand, runs from May 12 to May 24. Bangladesh then begins its Champions Trophy campaign against England on June 1 at The Oval in London.

    Squads:
    For ICC Champions Trophy: Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Mushfiqur Rahim (vice-capt, wk), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Sunzamul Islam, Mehedi Hasan, Shafiul Islam.

    For Ireland tri-series: Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Mushfiqur Rahim (vice-capt, wk), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Subashis Roy, Sunzamul Islam, Nurul Hasan, Mehedi Hasan, Nasir Hossain, Shafiul Islam.

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/373813
    Last edited by Abdullah719; 20th April 2017 at 14:51.


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    good team. Best can bd serve.
    Last edited by Nil Dhumrojal; 20th April 2017 at 06:08.


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    Why did we pick Sunzamul when Shakib is there. I think we should have picked Nasir in the champions trophy squad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Executioner View Post
    Why did we pick Sunzamul when Shakib is there. I think we should have picked Nasir in the champions trophy squad.
    Still, a good squad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Executioner View Post
    Why did we pick Sunzamul when Shakib is there. I think we should have picked Nasir in the champions trophy squad.
    In England an extra all rounder ir extra pacer would be better than extra spinner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Belawal2014 View Post
    Still, a good squad.
    Lacking firepower down the order. Given English wicket these days 300 is only par.

    And we are in the tougher group.

    Aus
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nil Dhumrojal View Post
    In England an extra all rounder ir extra pacer would be better than extra spinner.
    Yes. Also we have 8 batsman in the side. That means no replacement in the middle order in case of poor form

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    I really like this bangladesh batting line up. Very good to watch and expressive as well.

    If they mature well ban batting will serve them well for the future

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    This ban batting is far better than our batting which is dependent on one or 2 players.

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    Far better than Pakistan's batting, which is filled with one dimensional players .


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    good squad , best of luck.


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    It is an ok squad. Should have picked an extra pacer in place of Sunzamul for English conditions when Miraz and Shakib are already there. Someone like Roy would have been useful in those conditions.

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    Decent squad.

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    They are in a tough group along with the likes of Australia, New Zealand and England, will have to be on their best if they have to achieve any success.

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    Everything depends on Soumya, if he fires in the group stages then goodbye big 2

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    Almost perfect team within available players - just one miss & may be one change.
    - Mushi should have never been the deputy, it means he is in line for ODI Captaincy after Mash
    - There is no role for Sanjamul in UK. Sakib & Mahmudullah are certain to start, if 2nd spinner plays, it'll be Miraj, therefore it's a redundant selection. I would have picked Liton as back-up WK, if not Nasir as back-up batsman/all-rounder. However, Sanjamul had a fantastic domestic season, therefore it's a selection on merit - he won't start anyway.

    1. Soumya, 2. Tamim
    3. Sabbir, 4. Mushi, 5. Sakib, 6. Mosaddek, 7. Mahmudullah
    8. Miraj/Shafiul, 9. Mash
    10. Taskin, 11. Mustafiz

    Fantastically balanced ODI team, if everyone if fit & in good touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMHS View Post
    Almost perfect team within available players - just one miss & may be one change.
    - Mushi should have never been the deputy, it means he is in line for ODI Captaincy after Mash
    - There is no role for Sanjamul in UK. Sakib & Mahmudullah are certain to start, if 2nd spinner plays, it'll be Miraj, therefore it's a redundant selection. I would have picked Liton as back-up WK, if not Nasir as back-up batsman/all-rounder. However, Sanjamul had a fantastic domestic season, therefore it's a selection on merit - he won't start anyway.

    1. Soumya, 2. Tamim
    3. Sabbir, 4. Mushi, 5. Sakib, 6. Mosaddek, 7. Mahmudullah
    8. Miraj/Shafiul, 9. Mash
    10. Taskin, 11. Mustafiz

    Fantastically balanced ODI team, if everyone if fit & in good touch.
    Shakib is the vc for LOIs and has been since the World Cup at least. He even captained in the World Cup when Mash was injured/suspended. I think he will be captaining the first match of the Ireland tri-series as Mash is currently suspended.

    He will also take over as the T20 captain now that Mash has retired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dios View Post
    Shakib is the vc for LOIs and has been since the World Cup at least. He even captained in the World Cup when Mash was injured/suspended. I think he will be captaining the first match of the Ireland tri-series as Mash is currently suspended.

    He will also take over as the T20 captain now that Mash has retired.
    Now I have noticed - in some other post, I saw Mushi. Sakib should definitely take over from Mash & he is in right age as well, easily can lead till 2023 WC.

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    Very strong team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMHS View Post
    Almost perfect team within available players - just one miss & may be one change.
    - Mushi should have never been the deputy, it means he is in line for ODI Captaincy after Mash
    - There is no role for Sanjamul in UK. Sakib & Mahmudullah are certain to start, if 2nd spinner plays, it'll be Miraj, therefore it's a redundant selection. I would have picked Liton as back-up WK, if not Nasir as back-up batsman/all-rounder. However, Sanjamul had a fantastic domestic season, therefore it's a selection on merit - he won't start anyway.

    1. Soumya, 2. Tamim
    3. Sabbir, 4. Mushi, 5. Sakib, 6. Mosaddek, 7. Mahmudullah
    8. Miraj/Shafiul, 9. Mash
    10. Taskin, 11. Mustafiz

    Fantastically balanced ODI team, if everyone if fit & in good touch.

    Good team but on flat pitches England and Australia will have far too much.

    Bangladesh can give Kiwis a good game but don't see them beating England and Australia.

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    All basis covered but Australia and England are superior imo. Both teams have much power in there line up, although Bangladesh bowling is a match for England's bowlers.

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    Yeah we are in a hellish group. If we were in the other one, we'd have every chance of sneaking into the semis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasan123 View Post
    Good team but on flat pitches England and Australia will have far too much.

    Bangladesh can give Kiwis a good game but don't see them beating England and Australia.
    Can, if we bowl first & knock couple early. On a standard wicket these days, BD can chase around 300 against any team. Obviously, once you are chasing 300+, many days it'll become one sided, once you lose early wickets, but it's possible to chase down 300 methodically. In ENG, 1st hour in morning is always tricky - any team can end up 44/3 in PP, there after, you are always trying to run away from defeat.

    AUS, does look very solid, but their batting isn't that good if they lose couple early, while I just don't have the confidence on ENG's ODI strategy - this bat vs bat strategy can work in softer matches, but don't think it can win you tournaments.

    Not saying, we are through to SF, but if few factors goes in favor, starting from toss, it's not impossible to win 2 out of 3 matches.

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    Bangladesh will lift the trophy this time around. ( after the first round from a trophy selling shop) before going back to Dhakka.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shutdown Corner View Post
    Yeah we are in a hellish group. If we were in the other one, we'd have every chance of sneaking into the semis!
    It's based on ranking - therefore you don't expect 3 of NZ, BD, PAK & SRL in one group. Either way, to make the SF cut one has to win at least one match against ENG, SAF, AUS or IND while not losing against SRL, PAK & NZ. In that regard, it's between PAK or NZ - I think, I'll take NZ now instead of PAK; therefore not really demoralized with the grouping. Also, from ranking stand point, it's always better to be in tougher group (higher ranked group), if you are not among favorites - a loss against NZ will cost less than a loss against SRL or PAK

    Boys have to play out of their skin & all 11 players must have to offer something in every match.

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    I have a feeling they will win at least one match at the Champions Trophy.



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    Quote Originally Posted by MMHS View Post
    It's based on ranking - therefore you don't expect 3 of NZ, BD, PAK & SRL in one group. Either way, to make the SF cut one has to win at least one match against ENG, SAF, AUS or IND while not losing against SRL, PAK & NZ. In that regard, it's between PAK or NZ - I think, I'll take NZ now instead of PAK; therefore not really demoralized with the grouping. Also, from ranking stand point, it's always better to be in tougher group (higher ranked group), if you are not among favorites - a loss against NZ will cost less than a loss against SRL or PAK

    Boys have to play out of their skin & all 11 players must have to offer something in every match.
    Bro, NZ is a far superior team compared to Pak or Srl in English conditions. We have lost basically every game in each format against them in recent times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMHS View Post
    Can, if we bowl first & knock couple early. On a standard wicket these days, BD can chase around 300 against any team. Obviously, once you are chasing 300+, many days it'll become one sided, once you lose early wickets, but it's possible to chase down 300 methodically. In ENG, 1st hour in morning is always tricky - any team can end up 44/3 in PP, there after, you are always trying to run away from defeat.

    AUS, does look very solid, but their batting isn't that good if they lose couple early, while I just don't have the confidence on ENG's ODI strategy - this bat vs bat strategy can work in softer matches, but don't think it can win you tournaments.

    Not saying, we are through to SF, but if few factors goes in favor, starting from toss, it's not impossible to win 2 out of 3 matches.


    Don't see Bangladesh chasing 300 vs Australian seam attack, maybe against England but not against Aussies.

    England batting depth will always keep them in games and in home conditions they will be difficult to beat.

    if England and Australia can survive new ball vs Bangladesh I expect them to get a big score or chase down 300 plus score vs Bangladesh.

    In bowling friendly conditions could be Bangladesh best chance of winning

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    Good luck. Unfortunately for BD their group is very hard. It will be a minor miracle if they make it to the semis.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BDfanforever View Post
    Bro, NZ is a far superior team compared to Pak or Srl in English conditions. We have lost basically every game in each format against them in recent times.
    You missed my

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Good luck. Unfortunately for BD their group is very hard. It will be a minor miracle if they make it to the semis.
    It would be balanced if NZ and SL swapped the groups.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Good luck. Unfortunately for BD their group is very hard. It will be a minor miracle if they make it to the semis.
    Good preparation for the World Cup man, need to win at least one match. Targeting Kiwis or the English. We just need to get rid of Mash, Shafiul and Riyadh, replace them with Nasir and two competent bowlers.

    Inshallah we'll make the Semis somehow, by hook or by crook

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    Good preparation for the World Cup man, need to win at least one match. Targeting Kiwis or the English. We just need to get rid of Mash, Shafiul and Riyadh, replace them with Nasir and two competent bowlers.

    Inshallah we'll make the Semis somehow, by hook or by crook
    First post ;)

    I get Riad and Saiful's name but Mash? Pull up his stats and you will instantly see that even with 2 barely working knees, he is one of the top performers with the ball for Bd for a while now. Not to mention the captain of the team. If he was not performing with the ball, fair enough but what you suggested makes no sense what so ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by light View Post
    First post ;)

    I get Riad and Saiful's name but Mash? Pull up his stats and you will instantly see that even with 2 barely working knees, he is one of the top performers with the ball for Bd for a while now. Not to mention the captain of the team. If he was not performing with the ball, fair enough but what you suggested makes no sense what so ever.
    Bro Mash is emotional, he comes out to the media in defense of any seniors being dropped, he is creating a negative culture. Riyadh wasn't performing hence he was dropped and a youngsta beauty like Mosaddek was given a go. If Riyadh is dropped from ODI's, Mash will start crying again, we need to get rid of this seniority superiority


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    Bro Mash is emotional, he comes out to the media in defense of any seniors being dropped, he is creating a negative culture. Riyadh wasn't performing hence he was dropped and a youngsta beauty like Mosaddek was given a go. If Riyadh is dropped from ODI's, Mash will start crying again, we need to get rid of this seniority superiority
    You mistook mushy as mash. Mash was not crying,it was mushy who was crying over riyadh's exclusion from test team.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    Bro Mash is emotional, he comes out to the media in defense of any seniors being dropped, he is creating a negative culture. Riyadh wasn't performing hence he was dropped and a youngsta beauty like Mosaddek was given a go. If Riyadh is dropped from ODI's, Mash will start crying again, we need to get rid of this seniority superiority
    your primary argument was to replace Mash with a competent bowler but now you are saying that he should be dropped not for his good performance but for him being emotional? that took a u-turn fast. Once again, your logic makes no sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by light View Post
    your primary argument was to replace Mash with a competent bowler but now you are saying that he should be dropped not for his good performance but for him being emotional? that took a u-turn fast. Once again, your logic makes no sense.
    Good performance? He is a slow trundler, bowls at 120 kph, we need Rubel Hossain


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashraful_Rox View Post
    Good performance? He is a slow trundler, bowls at 120 kph, we need Rubel Hossain
    Ah I get it, you are one of those who talks without facts and numbers but only self belief. No point of having a discussion with a blind fan ... Good day now.

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    Good all round side with all bases covered.

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