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  1. #161
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    Legside pad it away And then he wastes a review

    Its unbelievable the number of times our players have got out this series due to their own incompetenece and lack of general cricketing intelligence

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    Looking forward to Imam in this series - expect him to get bucketloads (unless he fails to spinners!)



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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    Typical imam falling over and missing a straight ball. Mediocre player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amjid Javed View Post
    Typical imam falling over and missing a straight ball. Mediocre player.
    Awful test player.

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    Straight ball and he missed it????

    Clearly his faults are still there to see.

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    At the Pindi Cricket Stadium on Day 3 of Round 2 of QeA22, Test opener Imam-ul-Haq was leading Balochistan’s fightback against Central Punjab. The left-hander was batting on 72 as Balochistan ended the day at 137 for one after Central Punjab had declared their first innings at 545 for six to secure a 350-run lead.

    Imam has hit eight fours in a 157-ball innings and provided his side a 132-run first wicket start with Imran Butt (53).


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    Imam brings up his 10th first-class century ��



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    Imam's quotes from a recent interview:

    “Due to the World Test Championship, the series against England and New Zealand is important for us,” he said. “We can stay in the race for the final by winning three or four matches during the upcoming series.”

    “I’m trying to maintain my form by playing domestic cricket,” he said. “Test cricket usually happens after a long gap which is why we have to prepare for it from scratch every time.”

    “I like playing Test matches on home soil as compared to ODIs and T20Is,” he added.

    “I’m happy to see that England and New Zealand are sending their full-strength teams to Pakistan. Top teams visiting Pakistan is good for our cricket,”

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    Imaam has to regular get runs at the opening slot he has decent competition in the top 3.

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    229 runs at an average of 38 in the QeA Trophy so far.

    Not great form to be honest.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    229 runs at an average of 38 in the QeA Trophy so far.

    Not great form to be honest.
    Standard imam performances. He averages in mid 30s in his domestic FC career, so hes just performing at usual mediocre level.

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    He has played enough matches now , to take on the batting seriously and score loads of runs for his country..

    Not want to be like another Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq like kind of player investment, on whom years of investment go wrong with avg to decent performances.

    Azhar ali what a grave investment, after playing 100 tests he still cannot lead the batting lineup not considered pricey wicket, doesnt dictate a test match.. Even in the domestics he bats at 30+ SR with scores of 22(93)

    Hope Imam can prove things wrong and become one of the backbone of Pak batting lineup

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    I wonder if the selectors will look at other options in the coming series.


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