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  1. #321
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    This will be a great chase , Sharma and Pant are dangerous here , both capable of pushing the bowlers to defensive mode.

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    Pant should come at 3 and look to score a quick 70 to 80, they will win the game.

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    328 in 110 overs I think. RRR:- 3.0

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    Has there been an issue with over rate with Indians bowling? Still 24 overs left with 60 mins to be played.

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    Predictions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B_Positive View Post
    Has there been an issue with over rate with Indians bowling? Still 24 overs left with 60 mins to be played.
    Lol, 40 mins rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ab Fan View Post
    Lol, 40 mins rain.
    I see.

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    It has started to drizzle again...

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    Starc to start the proceeding, charging in, can he make the new ball count here?

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    Hopefully not a 36 all -out..

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    Sharma looks aggressive

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    Well done Siraj. This is how you debut in Australia.
    He is good back up seamer for Ishant/Shami/Bumrah and in English conditions he will be a handful with swinging ball.

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    FOUR


    Cover drive by Sharma

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    Its too dark for play , draw is very likely outcome here

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshiarpurexpress View Post
    Well done Siraj. This is how you debut in Australia.
    He is good back up seamer for Ishant/Shami/Bumrah and in English conditions he will be a handful with swinging ball.
    Is Bhuvaneshwar Kumar still injured?

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    Siraj hugging Bumrah after taking the five-wicket haul at Gabba. Moment of this Test.

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    And they have gone off.

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    Rain saving Aussies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
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    Siraj hugging Bumrah after taking the five-wicket haul at Gabba. Moment of this Test.
    Great camaraderie between 2 pacers. Great to see.

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    I guess this is the end of days play.


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    Rain return again so here is end of the day . Australia might feel regret when this test going to be a draw .they have chance to take couple of wicket if they declared at tea .

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    No Bumrah/Bhuvi/Ishant/Shami/Umesh .. wow Quiet a fantastic performance by Siraj leading the attack

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    Australians have played like a team that is scared to lose. Indians had nothing to lose and have played without fear. This was a very defensive declaration . Tim Paine should have been man enough and declared at 275 to give his side enough time to have a bowl today

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    Quote Originally Posted by dildilpak View Post
    Is Bhuvaneshwar Kumar still injured?
    yes and he ain't making a come back to test team. Unless everyone else falls down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savak View Post
    Australians have played like a team that is scared to lose. Indians had nothing to lose and have played without fear. This was a very defensive declaration . Tim Paine should have been man enough and declared at 275 to give his side enough time to have a bowl today
    i gave the exact figure in another thread bro. 275 was a really good score. There are big cracks on the pitch. They would have got 15-20 overs on Sharma and Gill today..

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    Will be end of play for today. 320 to get on day 5 in 2 sessions. Win is out of question now, need to see if Cummins and co can bundle us out in those 2 sessions!


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    Shardul Thakur becomes the first player since Dale Steyn (2008) to take seven-plus wickets and score a half-century in a Test v the Aussies in their own backyard

    Shardul = Steyn

    Eat that haters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savak View Post
    Australians have played like a team that is scared to lose. Indians had nothing to lose and have played without fear. This was a very defensive declaration . Tim Paine should have been man enough and declared at 275 to give his side enough time to have a bowl today
    Not declared. They were all out.

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    It will be difficult for India to save the match. Not many instances of a visiting team playing the whole 5th day to save their skins anywhere in the world, let alone in Australia, especially with a highly weakened team in the very last match of a long gruesome series in the fortress of the strongest cricket team in the world.

    However, stuffing the team with 8 batsmen/all-rounder may help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babbar View Post
    It will be difficult for India to save the match. Not many instances of a visiting team playing the whole 5th day to save their skins anywhere in the world, let alone in Australia, especially with a highly weakened team in the very last match of a long gruesome series in the fortress of the strongest cricket team in the world.

    However, stuffing the team with 8 batsmen/all-rounder may help.
    Rain is predicted to eat 1 session so need to bat out for 2 sessions. If we do not then AUS deserves to win!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dildilpak View Post
    Is Bhuvaneshwar Kumar still injured?
    No, he is bowling in the Syed Mushtaq Ali (domestic T20 tournament) currently.

    He should still be useful when India tour England next.

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    With this mindset,I doubt Aussies will win this series and maybe South African tour because both teams are having the wood on Australians.


    Why is Monday so far from Friday, and Friday so close to Monday?

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    Day 4: stumps

  34. #354
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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    With the victory, England gained 60 points, in the World Test Championship table. They are still fourth on the list and will eagerly await the result of the fourth Australia v India Test.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dildilpak View Post
    Is Bhuvaneshwar Kumar still injured?
    He's been injured forever

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    Quote Originally Posted by WengerOut View Post
    Shardul Thakur becomes the first player since Dale Steyn (2008) to take seven-plus wickets and score a half-century in a Test v the Aussies in their own backyard

    Shardul = Steyn

    Eat that haters.
    The Doolster

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy0204 View Post
    With this mindset,I doubt Aussies will win this series and maybe South African tour because both teams are having the wood on Australians.
    Due to COVID and strict protocols Aussies will most probably have to host SAF in Perth, where SAF have a great record.

    With this batting line up, if Maharaj has a decent series Rabada and Nortje will trouble the Aussies a lot.
    Wade's career is done there will be a new batsmen at his position.

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    Can we borrow Asad Shafique for a day? Promise to return him in good condition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devadwal View Post
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    Siraj hugging Bumrah after taking the five-wicket haul at Gabba. Moment of this Test.
    Jazba, Yaari-Dosti & Pyar-Mohobbat.

    Well done Ravi Shastri for this culture of brotherhood

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    Jazba, Yaari-Dosti & Pyar-Mohobbat.

    Well done Ravi Shastri for this culture of brotherhood
    Nothing bonds men more than a bottle of Rum and sharing your Gum with mates
    Shastri is an expert in that.

  42. #362
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshiarpurexpress View Post
    Nothing bonds men more than a bottle of Rum and sharing your Gum with mates
    Shastri is an expert in that.
    Lol....that's a gem...cheers m8....

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    India need to play day 5 session by session and just see at any point they can have ago at the target with out risk losing the game.

    Two key players will be Rohit Sharma and Ishant Pant as they can both score quickly and in one session do some serious damage into eroding away this target. Also if Aussies set aggresive fields looking for wickets this could allow indian more chance to get runs.

    With some rain expected and how india are battling at moment i can see a draw.

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    Rain forced play to be abandoned early on day four of the fourth Test, with India to resume at 4/0 on Tuesday, chasing 328 on a deteriorating Gabba pitch.

    Australia were bowled out for 294 in their second innings after skipper Tim Paine chose not to declare, with Rohit Sharma (4*) and Shubman Gill (0*) facing just 11 deliveries of the remaining 25 overs to be bowled on day four before rain set in. With India only requiring a draw to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, an engrossing series – tied at 1-1 – is set for a fitting finale as Australia press for the win they need to claim the coveted prize.

    An emotional five-for for Mohammed Siraj (5/73) was the highlight as the sides traded blows on Monday in yet another absorbing contest between the combatants.

    David Warner and Marcus Harris resumed at 21/0 and quickly pushed Australia's lead out to 122 runs after India were bowled out for 336 in reply to the home side's first-innings total of 369.

    But as they have done time and again this series, the undermanned tourists dug deep and hit back. Shardul Thakur (4/61) had Harris caught behind on 38 and the dismissal sparked a collapse that saw Australia lose 34/4 in seven overs approaching the lunch break.

    Warner was next to go, trapped in front by Washington Sundar (1/80) on 48, and when Siraj struck twice in four balls, Australia were forced on the back foot with Marnus Labuschagne (25) and Matthew Wade (0) gone.

    Paine's men were 149/4 at lunch, but Steve Smith was able to lift the tempo after the restart, belting 55 from 74 balls before Siraj removed him with a brute of a delivery that reared off a length and was well caught by Ajinkya Rahane in the slips. Cameron Green never found rhythm on his way to 37 from 90 balls and was on his way when Sharma took his fifth catch of the Test, the most by an Indian player in a Brisbane Test.

    The home side was 243/7, with a lead of 276, when tea was taken early as showers passed over The Gabba.

    As conjecture swirled about a possible declaration, Paine sent Pat Cummins (28*) and Mitchell Starc (1) back out after the break as he searched for a larger buffer.

    An emotional Siraj, whose father passed away in November, gestured to the sky after Thakur caught Josh Hazlewood (9) in the deep to end Australia's second innings and seal the first five-wicket haul of his career.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jnaveen1980 View Post
    No Bumrah/Bhuvi/Ishant/Shami/Umesh .. wow Quiet a fantastic performance by Siraj leading the attack
    Yup, mighty proud of Siraj, tremendous fighting spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoshiarpurexpress View Post
    Nothing bonds men more than a bottle of Rum and sharing your Gum with mates
    Shastri is an expert in that.
    ha ha true.


    Virat, ABD, KP and Sir Viv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrIc_Mystique View Post
    Lol....that's a gem...cheers m8....
    Cheers maaattttttte... Please imagine it in Ravi Shastris voice....

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    Quote Originally Posted by freelance_cricketer View Post
    He's been injured forever
    Bhuvneshwar was playing in National Mushtaq Ahmed T20 trophy for Uttar Pradesh today against strong Karantaka team. Bowled reasonably well giving 22 in 4 overs; no wickets though.

    However, India needs to plan assuming he wonít be around most of the times.
    Last edited by Babbar; 18th January 2021 at 18:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abhilash93 View Post
    No, he is bowling in the Syed Mushtaq Ali (domestic T20 tournament) currently.

    He should still be useful when India tour England next.
    Bet he'll be injured before that

    His test career is over


    The only disability in life is a bad attitude. -Scott Hamilton

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    Weather is good tomorrow so all results are possible

    Will mostly lose,but regardless has been an effort to be proud of


    The only disability in life is a bad attitude. -Scott Hamilton

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    Full day of play, india would lose, but rain is gonna save india today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic_Inzi View Post
    Full day of play, india would lose, but rain is gonna save india today.
    There is no rain forecast anymore.. for the playing session..

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    How quick the forecast changes.

    Gonna be good game, aus will win. 5th day pitch and pressure...

    It was a very good series...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napa View Post
    Can we borrow Asad Shafique for a day? Promise to return him in good condition
    Take Misbah instead and keep him as long as you want.

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    Hope India chase this. They are our arch rivals and all, but from a purely cricketing perspective (my preference is anyway to forget politics when watching sports) this Indian team doesnít deserve to lose this series. While this Australian team does.

    This is probably a 4th string Indian attack, and at least a second string batting line up, and Australia canít put them away. And instead their captain is too busy mouthing off and dropping catches. And their public is still being racist as always.

    This game needs a Rohit Sharma ODI innings of 150.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Third_Umpire View Post
    Hope India chase this. They are our arch rivals and all, but from a purely cricketing perspective (my preference is anyway to forget politics when watching sports) this Indian team doesn’t deserve to lose this series. While this Australian team does.

    This is probably a 4th string Indian attack, and at least a second string batting line up, and Australia can’t put them away. And instead their captain is too busy mouthing off and dropping catches. And their public is still being racist as always.

    This game needs a Rohit Sharma ODI innings of 150.
    120/4 and some fightback and eventually losing is far more likely here.


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