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  1. #321
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    Wasim be like:

    "Good weather. Good pitch, something for everyone. Bowlers will get wickets if they hit right areas, and batsman will score runs if they settle in. Good job by groundsman. Reading score of the scorecard. Mandatory praise for Pakistan batsman. Mandatory other obvious details until next over"

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    Wood troubled Shafiq in his previous over

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    Good partnership

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90MPH View Post
    I like Wasim a lot as a cricketer and and as an individual off the field.

    But God his commentary is very cringeworthy.

    Ramiz as annoying as is is comfortably better, even Waqar is a level up.
    Naseer and Athers are brilliant. When Wasim is with them, they make him talk about bowling and strategies. Which makes him worth listening. On his own, "the sky is blue, the grass is green, and this is a Test Match".

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    Would have though Bess would be in for a long spell till the new ball so need to play him carefully and not be too reckless.


    Frank Skinner: Pakistan looked better than this when they were trying to lose.

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    50 up for asad... Great batting

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFM View Post
    Naseer and Athers are brilliant. When Wasim is with them, they make him talk about bowling and strategies. Which makes him worth listening. On his own, "the sky is blue, the grass is green, and this is a Test Match".
    Lol, true story.

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    50 👏🏽👏🏽 Make it count!

  9. #329
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    Well played Papa.... shutting up haters


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    Azhar Ali apparantly has the highest average for an opener since 2000 after Matthew Hayden (minumum 20 innings). Averages higher than Hayden as opener away from home. And here on PP we have posters crying about his style of play and asking for him to be dropped lulz.

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    Asad Shafiq 20th Test 50 in 60 tests and 11 hundreds.

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    Phew Papa gets to a well made 50

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    Come on Asad! Get your name on that board. Missed out by 25 runs last time around.

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    "Great innings when Pakistan was under pressure."- Wasim

    Lol? really? Pak has never been under pressue so far.

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    Bazid Khan is the best Pakistani commentator in terms of critical analysis, knowledge and domestic know how

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    my apologies shafiq

    now make that 100 and get a lead
    hopefully babar bats and doesn't get out cheaply

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    Love a bit of Bumble too.

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    Bobby having plays and misses


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    Quote Originally Posted by AFM View Post
    Naseer and Athers are brilliant. When Wasim is with them, they make him talk about bowling and strategies. Which makes him worth listening. On his own, "the sky is blue, the grass is green, and this is a Test Match".
    He has very decent knowledge obviously but a commentary box is definitely a no.

    He’s done it for a few years and he’s not got better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NauV View Post
    Bazid Khan is the best Pakistani commentator in terms of critical analysis, knowledge and domestic know how
    Waqar is still better. I have heard him commenting on Pakistan vs Australia/NZ series. And he was top notch!

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    Well Played Asad, got runs at lords last time but a big 100 is needed here.

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    Next tour of the UK, can we have 3 tests against Ireland and 1 against Eng please?


    Frank Skinner: Pakistan looked better than this when they were trying to lose.

  23. #343
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    Quote Originally Posted by NauV View Post
    Bazid Khan is the best Pakistani commentator in terms of critical analysis, knowledge and domestic know how
    He is also the most boring


    #Hum apko container deingaye dharnay ke liyay

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    Quote Originally Posted by punter17 View Post
    Waqar is still better. I have heard him commenting on Pakistan vs Australia/NZ series. And he was top notch!
    He is top notch if you can look past the lack of regard for tenses


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    Quote Originally Posted by punter17 View Post
    "Great innings when Pakistan was under pressure."- Wasim

    Lol? really? Pak has never been under pressue so far.
    not the greatest batting line up
    collapsed against Ireland
    playing against Broad & Anderson in England

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boi View Post
    Azhar Ali apparantly has the highest average for an opener since 2000 after Matthew Hayden (minumum 20 innings). Averages higher than Hayden as opener away from home. And here on PP we have posters crying about his style of play and asking for him to be dropped lulz.
    Pakistanis would never be happy with anyone or anything.

    The only issue Azhar has is that he takes awfully long to get himself in and when you expect him to get a big one he gets out.

    50 off 150+ balls is not sufficient enough, you have to make it big with a 100+ score at least.

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    6 more runs and then we are in positive territory.


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    Most re tar de d-commentary phase in the history of Skysports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NauV View Post
    Just watched this over from Bess. How is this guy a test spinner? he's like a right handed imad wasim . . a darter! Obviously, I haven't seen him before but just going by that last over
    he's never played at Lords..ever..thats how new he is..

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    I really like some of the Aussie commentators. Dean Jones and Slater are great. Lawry was GOAT


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    I know Wood got the wicket but England missing Chris Woakes here

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    Good going by Shafiq, now he needs to maintain concentration.

    As I said earlier, at least one batsman has to go big with some supporting knocks.

    At Edgbaston we had a lead of 103 and it got wiped out in no time so a lead of 150 should be the aim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deewana Mastana View Post
    Pakistanis would never be happy with anyone or anything.

    The only issue Azhar has is that he takes awfully long to get himself in and when you expect him to get a big one he gets out.

    50 off 150+ balls is not sufficient enough, you have to make it big with a 100+ score at least.
    Ive been one of his biggest supporters on PP and of shafiq..ignore the haters..they have no idea about cricket and should simply watch gully cricket..

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    Anybody else miss Tony Grieg?

    Robin Jackman and Mike Haysman are two Saffer commies that I like

    Maybe its my nostalgia speaking. These days we have Mel Jones
    Last edited by DeadBall; 25th May 2018 at 14:41.


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    Nice shot from Babar, Confidence beginning to build and flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markhor View Post
    Good going by Shafiq, now he needs to maintain concentration.

    As I said earlier, at least one batsman has to go big with some supporting knocks.

    At Edgbaston we had a lead of 103 and it got wiped out in no time so a lead of 150 should be the aim.
    we really have to go big..any lead of less than 150 is not good enough inmho..we need to try and bat all today and most of tomorrow to just put immense pressure on England..tired of seeing us get paltry leads that get wiped out and we hear botha etc lauding their team as if their world class..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Nice shot from Babar, Confidence beginning to build and flow.
    Hey AJ what do you think of this england attack? looks very straight up and down..nothing special?

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    Drinks time... the post-drinks overs are the most trickiest for batsman as they might suffer from a lapse in concentration


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    Quote Originally Posted by the Great Khan View Post
    we really have to go big..any lead of less than 150 is not good enough inmho..we need to try and bat all today and most of tomorrow to just put immense pressure on England..tired of seeing us get paltry leads that get wiped out and we hear botha etc lauding their team as if their world class..
    Yes. Psychologically teams approach a lead under 100 differently than one which is 150+

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    15 overs to new ball. Need to be at 230 atleast


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    Good 1st hour of 2nd session, aim to get to tea now with these two in tact.

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    Good to see Babar coming out of his shell.

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    Lead ........... Yes


    The debt we owe to play of imagination is incalculable - Carl Gustav Jung

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    Leads? Lol. Just look to cat big and bat once. Grind these bowlers to dust. They should target something like 500 and flatten England completely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    15 overs to new ball. Need to be at 230 atleast
    I have seen asad shafiq play with intent between 68 to 74 usually.. today he is already playing with some.. we just want him at the crease for things to happen

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    Ladies and gentleman, we are in the lead


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    Really enjoying this test match so far

    This is the time for Babar

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    Lead is 4 runs.. another 146 on top of that would be nice.

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    Excellent from Asad. Clearly the best batsman in this team.

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    If a wicket falls now (God forbid) I wouldn't mind pushing Fahim or Hasan up the order and asked to go hell to leather before the second new ball hits. Might be a bit out of the box but if it comes off then it would really set England back. Also if England panic against the onslaught they might bring back Broad and/or Anderson who won't be fresh enough when the new ball is taken.


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    England trying to save runs instead of trying to get us out. Negative round the wicket bowling at the body of these batsman, taking lbw & other modes to get out, out of equation.

    These negative tactics by England reminds me of time when Srilanka played against us in UAE, where we had to score 300+ runs in limited overs in last session of the test match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikhil_cric View Post
    Leads? Lol. Just look to cat big and bat once. Grind these bowlers to dust. They should target something like 500 and flatten England completely.
    Why stop there? Bat until lunch 3rd day and aim for 800/9d!! Ask Hasan Ali to hit nothing but sixes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFM View Post
    Naseer and Athers are brilliant. When Wasim is with them, they make him talk about bowling and strategies. Which makes him worth listening. On his own, "the sky is blue, the grass is green, and this is a Test Match".
    Wasim is great when he's talking technical, or reminiscing old stories... so as the colour guy

    He's terrible as the play-by-play guy "Shafig has 11 fifties, 6 centures, in 60 matches, and today SR of 60 off 87 balls, average of 40, 48 more runs to century, and its 170 for 3"

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    Pakistan batting sensibly and according to the match situation, who would have thunk? Is it due to Misbah's legacy? Or is a the Mickey Arthur effect? Maybe a bit of both but really loving this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asch Ali View Post
    Why stop there? Bat until lunch 3rd day and aim for 800/9d!! Ask Hasan Ali to hit nothing but sixes!
    sounds like a good plan to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asch Ali View Post
    Why stop there? Bat until lunch 3rd day and aim for 800/9d!! Ask Hasan Ali to hit nothing but sixes!
    If your lineup has the ability to do that then they should bat all day today and tomorrow. This test is only in its fifth session and the batters aren't exactly under any pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayyman View Post
    Excellent from Asad. Clearly the best batsman in this team.
    when he's batting confidently (like today) - he really does look like the best Pakistani batsmen

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    Asad scoring 4 runs off pacer at one end. Babar blocking a maiden off a spinner at one end.

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    The only reason I want Bobs to score runs is that we can bury that garbage comparison thread with that unknown Indian bat..... right now the only reasoning the Indians have is that guy has a better average than Babar in tests. Bobby wipes the floor with him in the other two formats.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    The only reason I want Bobs to score runs is that we can bury that garbage comparison thread with that unknown Indian bat..... right now the only reasoning the Indians have is that guy has a better average than Babar in tests. Bobby wipes the floor with him in the other two formats.
    The only reason

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    Good to finally see the RR creep just over 3 in the last 10 overs.

    Even still the RR is just 2.82.

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    Hopefully these two can play till tea and then after that with the new ball can cash in.

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    Can start to see confidence really build in Babar, he needs to cash in and make this an arrival inns interms of test cricket and get something big.

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    Asad's always been technically sound, more so than Azhar. But he needed to be played up the order for him to step up to responsibility. Keeping him around at 6 he was never going to do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deewana Mastana View Post
    Hopefully these two can play till tea and then after that with the new ball can cash in.
    These two would be ideal two against new ball, dont want lower middle order having to fend it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Can start to see confidence really build in Babar, he needs to cash in and make this an arrival inns interms of test cricket and get something big.
    He has a 90* in worse conditions in NZ when everybody else was falling around him. His arrival was never in question, but his consistency in the format.


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    I am however quite surprised by Babar. Is doing really well.

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    Love this from Babar

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    That "unknown" has a ton in Australia.

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    More runs for Babar

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    This is where I would have liked someone like Fakhar coming in next. Could have really buried England in the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ads101 View Post
    Asad's always been technically sound, more so than Azhar. But he needed to be played up the order for him to step up to responsibility. Keeping him around at 6 he was never going to do that.
    Don't think his defensive technique is good as Azhar's.

    But yea he plays the attacking shots much better.

    Today was a perfect situation for him to come in. 87/2 in 37th over. Not a lot of wickets and old ball.

    Now imagine Azhar comes in in that situation. He would have half the runs that Asad has scored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    These two would be ideal two against new ball, dont want lower middle order having to fend it off.
    That is it what I said without mentioning otherwise.

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    10 overs to new ball. Ideally want 30-40 more runs with no loss of wicket. Ya Allah please


    #Hum apko container deingaye dharnay ke liyay

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    Root will have to make a change soon.

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    Still Babar defintely should change his technique. He doesn’t have the Kohli flair in him. He needs to bat MUCH faster.

    Maybe Babar should learn from his cousins...

    Kamran Akmal has a Test SR of 63
    Umar Akmal has a Test SR of 67

    And both of them played like 10 years ago. Babar is really behind them with his 45.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Rose View Post
    Root will have to make a change soon.
    He did it


    #Hum apko container deingaye dharnay ke liyay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayyman View Post
    Don't think his defensive technique is good as Azhar's.

    But yea he plays the attacking shots much better.

    Today was a perfect situation for him to come in. 87/2 in 37th over. Not a lot of wickets and old ball.

    Now imagine Azhar comes in in that situation. He would have half the runs that Asad has scored.
    He doesn't play the new ball as well as Azhar. However Asad's better against spin, decent against pace, with a wider array of shots.

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    People still crying about Babar. Hilarious Both these guys are batting brilliantly. Let’s hope this continues


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