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    Default Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011


    'We're the favourites' - Shakib



    Shakib Al Hasan, the Bangladesh captain, thinks his team is slightly ahead of Zimbabwe as they prepare for their first Test match in more than 14 months. The 15-member squad leaves Dhaka on July 27 to play a one-off Test and five one-dayers in what will be Zimbabwe's return to the game's premier format after six years. While the hosts have played a number of games against the second-string sides of South Africa and Australia, Bangladesh have only gone through a long fitness camp and some two-day games against the Academy side before the tour. Still, Shakib believes that they go into the series as favourites.

    "I think we are, but I won't say that we are too far ahead of them since we're playing in their weather and conditions and playing after a good gap. But still, I think we're the favourites," Shakib said during the pre-tour press conference in Mirpur on Monday. "I am not thinking about it as a problem and as Stuart [Law] said, everyone should be excited and I'm sure they're interested to do well in the Test.

    "They [Zimbabwe] are getting good practice against South Africa A and Australia A. They will be prepared so we'll have to play our best cricket."
    Stuart Law, who was appointed head coach of Bangladesh earlier this month, said that he has set small targets, starting from batting out a good number of overs in the first innings. "It's not a skill problem as I've seen. The players are highly skilled. It's the mental approach that has to change in Test cricket. They have to find a tempo that suits Test cricket with their batting. If we can find the right tempo, we can post scores that the bowlers can bowl at.
    "I've set a challenge for us to bat 120 overs in the first innings. If we can do that, 350-plus should be an achievable target."

    Bangladesh will go into the Test with just one bowler, Shakib, who has more than 50 Test wickets, and the absence of Mashrafe Mortaza and Shahadat Hossain could be the biggest worry for the team. "I think [Shahadat Hossain] Rajib is a huge loss," Shakib said. "He's been our best Test bowler for quite a while. But those who are in the team, they're bowling well. I think they've the ability to take wickets,"

    Of those in the squad, Shakib singled out left-arm spinner Abdur Razzak, saying his record over the last 12 months would have given him the confidence to play Test cricket. "[Abdur Razzak] Raj bhai has been bowling well in the last year or so. I have bowled the most as I was the only chosen spinner in the team but I still think Raj bhai can do well if he's chosen. But the burden falls on the entire bowling unit. Everyone has to work hard as the spinners won't get a lot of help from those wickets,"

    Shakib was involved in a controversy over team selection on his return from Worcestershire, but wants to make amends in Zimbabwe with a fresh outlook. "Opportunities come all the time. It depends on you when you want to change your attitude and the way you go about your work. I think it's a great opportunity to prove myself."






    We're ready for Tests - Campbell



    National selector Alistair Campbell believes Zimbabwe's preparations for their return to Test cricket will stand them in good stead, but admitted that mental strength remained the team's greatest challenge. Zimbabwe are due to return to Tests with a one-off match against Bangladesh, starting on August 4.
    "Obviously there will be nerves flying around on our side because everyone will be watching how we are going to perform," Campbell said. "But the players realise the expectations and they would need to give a good account of themselves. Of course, there is going to be pressure on the boys as they may push too hard to impress.

    "But in any professional sport you need to apply the mental strength and be able to play under pressure. In our case we have to improve on that part. I believe the more we play at the highest level the more we will be able to improve."


    But in any professional sport you need to apply the mental strength and be able to play under pressure. In our case we have to improve on that part. I believe the more we play at the highest level the more we will be able to improve."

    Bangladesh's tour of Zimbabwe is due to start with a three-day warm-up match against a Zimbabwe XI in Harare, starting on Saturday. The match will provide valuable practice in long format cricket for Bangladesh, as they haven't have played a Test since the Old Trafford match almost 14 months ago.

    While a few members of the Test squad - such as offspinner Nasir Hossain, national regular Junaid Siddique and the recalled Mohammad Ashraful - played a couple of unofficial Tests for Bangladesh A against South Africa A in April, Bangladesh's preparations have been limited to a long fitness camp and some two-day games against the Academy side before the tour. Still, captain Shakib Al Hasan believes that they go into the series as favourites.

    The Zimbabweans have sought to test themselves against A sides from South Africa and Australia. While team success has been lacking, there have been good individual performances from both batsmen and bowlers and coach Alan Butcher argued that Zimbabwe would click if both groups performed well during the course of a match.

    "The boys have shown improvement in their performance. Of course in the end people look at results, but we need to appreciate their efforts and see where they went wrong and work on that for future matches," he said. "On a day our batting performs well the bowling will not be very good and when our bowlers do well then our batting line up crumbles hopelessly. So we need to work on having both departments standing up strong."

    Campbell reinforced Butcher's statements, saying Zimbabwe needed more exposure in order to develop as a team. He stressed, however, that there was no question of Zimbabwe's readiness to face Bangladesh.

    "We are really excited that we have more commitments coming up in the next two to three months. Facing opposition that includes players like Peter Siddle and Ben Hilfenhaus should help raise our confidence," said Campbell.

    "We are very ready for it because we have our experienced players like Tatenda Taibu, Vusi Sibanda, Hamilton Masakadza, Brendan Taylor and Elton Chigumbura all showing signs of good form. These are the people who should carry us through and again we have seen younger players like Brian Vitori doing well. I'm sure this young man has a lot to offer and we will consider him for Test cricket in the future.

    "But there are few things that need to be ironed out to be able to play competitively at Test level. We have some of our players like Craig Ervine who has been short on runs and this is a cause for concern.

    "Tino Mawoyo has also showed great promise facing some of the quality bowlers from Australia," he added. "Probably Craig and Tino would need to get more time in the middle of the crease in the warm up game against Bangladesh at the weekend."

    Both players will be in the squad to play the warm-up match against the Bangladeshis. Taibu, who missed the four-day games against Australia and has been out of action for several weeks after injuring his thumb during pre-season training, has also been included, and the match will also give one final chance for a clutch of promising young seamers to push for Test selection.

    "Obviously it's good that Taibu is back to full fitness and he'll be looking forward to getting a run," said Campbell. "We have deliberately rested some of the players as we feel it's an opportunity for some of the guys to make an impression before the final squad is named."




    Fixture

    Sat Jul 30 - Mon Aug 1
    08:00 GMT | 10:00 local
    13:30 IST
    Zimbabwe XI v Bangladeshis
    Harare Sports Club
    7 - 21° C
    Thu Aug 4 - Mon Aug 8
    07:30 GMT | 09:30 local
    13:00 IST
    Only Test - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Harare Sports Club
    N/A
    Fri Aug 12
    07:00 GMT | 09:00 local
    12:30 IST
    1st ODI - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Harare Sports Club
    N/A
    Sun Aug 14
    07:00 GMT | 09:00 local
    12:30 IST
    2nd ODI - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Harare Sports Club
    N/A
    Tue Aug 16
    07:00 GMT | 09:00 local
    12:30 IST
    3rd ODI - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Harare Sports Club
    N/A
    Fri Aug 19
    07:00 GMT | 09:00 local
    12:30 IST
    4th ODI - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
    N/A
    Sun Aug 21
    07:00 GMT | 09:00 local
    12:30 IST
    5th ODI - Zimbabwe v Bangladesh
    Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo
    N/A





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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    Zimbabwe r against e Bangladesh favorite hobe na, abar?

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    Does some one has any idea that in which channel mathces will be shown?

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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Does some one has any idea that in which channel mathces will be shown?
    neo sports or ten sports i guess

    ---------- Post added at 14:53 ---------- Previous post was at 14:51 ----------

    Btw Bangladeshis are tottering at 19/3 agianst Zim XI on the tour opener Practice match

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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    বাংলাদেশ অতি মনোরম খেলছে।

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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    Bangladeshis: 188
    Zim XI: 42/4

    end of day one...Dekha jak aj ki hoy!

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    First test starts tomorrow..dekha jak ki hoy!

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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    lets hope for the best!

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    Default Re: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe 2011

    Preview before the match

    Quote Originally Posted by Espncricinfo

    Hope in the air as familiar foes face off

    Match facts
    August 4 - 8, Harare Sports Club
    Start time 10:00 (08:00GMT)


    Big Picture

    This fixture usually does not jump out as the most eye-catching on the international calendar but this time it does. Both teams are making a comeback to the longest version of the game - Bangladesh haven't played a Test since June last year - but the return will be more special for Zimbabwe.

    Seventy-one months have passed since Zimbabwe last played a Test match, when they lost to India by 10 wickets in September 2005. Their cricket has spluttered, drowned and been revived in the time since then and if most of the stories coming out of the country are to be believed, Zimbabwe is ready to be welcomed back. The first-class game is attracting interest from players and supporters, better coaching structures are in place and the game has grown and developed. The team of young hopefuls that formed out of crisis in 2004 is now a group of mature men, ready to play international cricket in whites.

    There is no ranking at stake here, no places to be gained on the points table but there is pride to uphold and progression to show off. It's just a one-off Test, something Zimbabwe are set to stage more frequently in the coming months, as they make a measured return to Test cricket. They will want to show that they are capable of more and that longer series can be introduced in the future.

    For Bangladesh, winning is still a concern, especially away from home. Their only away wins came against a second-string West Indies side, so victory in Harare would be their first in Zimbabwe.


    Form guide

    Zimbabwe LLLLL
    Bangladesh LLLLL


    In the spotlight

    It's the first time Brendan Taylor will captain Zimbabwe and both, his batting and his leadership tactics will come under scrutiny. His 85 in the tour match against Australia A showed that he is in good form. With a first-class batting average of close to 40, Taylor is expected to be the rock of the middle order as well as the man marshalling a Zimbabwean side that will have to adjust to the unique pressures of Test cricket. He is one of only three survivors from the last time Zimbabwe played a Test match. Back then he was only 20 years old, so this is an opportunity for him to show how much he has matured.

    Mohammad Ashraful returns to the Bangladesh national side after being left out of the ODI series against Australia. Since then, he has captained the A side and scored a century against South Africa A in a four-day game. Despite his inconsistency, he is one of the most talented players in the Bangladesh set-up and has been given another chance to stake a claim for a regular place. Ashraful has faced Zimbabwe many times, being the only man in the current squad to have visited this country in 2004, and the familiarity of the conditions and the opposition should work to his advantage.


    Team news

    Zimbabwe are likely to have four Test debutants in their line-up, opening batsman Tino Mawoyo, middle-order man Craig Ervine and bowlers Kyle Jarvis and Brian Vitori. With conditions unlikely to favour spinners, Ray Price could be used as a containing option.

    Zimbabwe: (probable) 1 Tinotenda Mawoyo, 2 Vusi Sibanda, 3 Hamilton Maskadzaa, 4 Brendan Taylor (capt), 5 Tatenda Taibu (wk), 6 Craig Ervine, 7 Elton Chigumbura, 8 Kyle Jarvis, 9 Ray Price, 10 Chris Mpofu, 11 Brian Vitori Mahmudullah was the only Bangladesh regular who was in doubt for this match after hurting his hand in the tour game, but was given the all-clear on Wednesday. Uncapped Nasir Hossain may have to watch from the sidelines as Bangaldesh are likely field an experienced XI.

    Bangladesh:
    (probable) 1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Imrul Kayes, 3 Junaid Siddique, 4 Shahriar Nafees, 5 Mohammad Ashraful, 6 Shakib Al Hasan (capt), 7 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 8 Mahmudullah, 9 Shafiul Islam, 10 Rubel Hossain, 11 Robiul Islam


    Pitch and conditions

    Winter brings with it dryness and it is understood that the ground staff have been putting effort into making the pitch lively. It has a fair covering of grass on it and is expected to assist the seamers early on. With the weather set to remain sunny and cool, the pitch will flatten and become good for batting.

    Stats and trivia

    • Zimbabwe is the first place Bangladesh played a Test away from home, in Bulawayo, in 2001. They are also the country first team Bangladesh beat in Test cricket, by 226 runs, in Chittagong in 2005
    • Collectively, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh have won 11 Tests and lost 108
    • Tamim Iqbal has scored in a century in each of Bangladesh's last two Test matches, in England last year
    • Only three members in Zimbabwe's current squad played in their last Test, against India in September 2005 - Hamilton Masakadza, Brendan Taylor and Tatenda Taibu
    Quotes
    "Recently people in the country have become inspired by cricket and it's exciting to have Zimbabwe coming back and to be a part of it."

    Craig Ervine, the Zimbabwean batsman, on the country's historic return to Test cricket

    "We expect it to dry up and start spinning from the third day. Obviously we didn't bat well in the practice match and we're going to improve on that."

    Shakib Al Hasan on the conditions in Harare in winter


    Quote Originally Posted by EspnCricinfo

    Winning a must for outspoken Shakib

    Shakib Al Hasan is the outstanding Bangladesh cricketer of his era, but his outspoken ways might not be tolerated if the team fails to win under him

    On January 23, 2009, a Bangladeshi became No. 1 in the world. Now, it might seem strange that climbing to the top of the ICC's one-day all-rounder's chart, asShakib Al Hasan, the Bangladesh captain, did, is big news. But for a team whose significance is regularly questioned and for a country where there aren't many personalities or occasions to cherish, a place at the top of anything is at once remarkable, taken to heart and, more often than not, scrutinized.
    In Shakib's case, it is an even more unlikely climb given that Bangladesh cricketers typically learn to play top-class bowling only after they get to international cricket. They bowl less than their opponents in Test cricket too, and they have yet to develop a culture of winning. But Shakib managed to stay on top for two solid years, and if not for Shane Watson's glorious run, Shakib's No. 1 status would probably have survived his dip in form during the World Cup.

    As a result Shakib is instantly recognised in Bangladesh. Kids want to be like him, sponsors just want him and a growing list of hangers-on follow him around. At 24, he has shown the maturity of a hardened pro, but there have been occasions recently when his age has betrayed him. The casual verbal dismissal of a rival Dhaka club the day before a league game that Shakib's team lost to by 10 wickets, and his behaviour during the World Cup - misplaced jokes, making fun of reporters - have raised the same question: Is Shakib capable of handling his new found fame?

    What has set Shakib apart as a Bangladesh cricketer is his clarity of thought, professionalism and forthright nature. His push for the High Performance programme to be reinstated and his ideas for the first-class structure are a breath of fresh air from a conservative group of sportsmen who mostly mind their own business. It is a rare Bangladesh cricketer who criticises himself for not bowling well after taking four wickets in a match. Nor have many Bangladesh captains told a batsman he must score a hundred when he's made 75, not even in the privacy of their dressing room.

    Yet Increasingly Shakib's off-field actions are drawing more attention than his brilliance on it. His daring century against New Zealand was worthy of adulation, but was marred by his aggressive rush towards a fan who wasn't moving quickly enough from in front of the sightscreen.

    When he was asked to take over as captain "permanently but on a series-to-series basis", he refused and asked for a longer term so that people listened to him and there was a structure in place. His public stance against the Bangladesh Cricket Board wasn't out of place either; the BCB has increasingly become a punch-line and if the best cricketer in the country can't set it right, no one can. But a more level-headed approach would have helped set things right without focusing on any of the unpleasant incidents that have taken place since their 4-0 win over New Zealand last year.

    Even the controversy over team selection that arose just before the tour of Zimbabwe was as much Shakib's fault as the board's fault and echoed his comments from December last year, when he hinted that he was saddled with a XI that he did not completely agree with.

    If each indiscretion is looked at in isolation, it reveals a person frustrated at being misunderstood. He joked with a journalist after Bangladesh beat Ireland in the World Cup, a video whose hits multiplied online after the devastating loss to West Indies. When Mahmudullah Riyad and Shafiul Islam shockedEngland in the next game, Shakib cried; the pressure telling on a man whose critics jumped at the opportunity to castigate him for being too ambitious after beating Ireland.

    The BCB also had to ask the players and those associated with the team not to write columns in newspapers after Shakib wrote a column expressing his displeasure at criticism from former players after his side was bowled out for 58 against West Indies.

    Shakib, though, has tasted the hard labour of county cricket and the glamorous life of the IPL. His experiences in England and, to a lesser extent, in India, have given him a better sense of professionalism, something he can pass on to his Bangladesh teammates. But in order to make the best use of his skills, he needs to understand the responsibility of being important, being No. 1 or No. 2 in the world, and he has to realise what he represents.

    His troubles with the cricket board and media certainly don't make him any less of a cricketer and in an increasingly competitive and fractured society in Bangladesh, it is unfair to put Shakib on a pedestal. It will also take time for people to fully understand this young man or for him to understand what people expect from him.

    One thing that is in his favour is his record in Bangladesh wins. He is the best with both bat and ball and across all formats. But the fickleness of the game, particularly in Bangladesh, is what Shakib has to come to grips with right away. His performances on the field are no longer the only measure of him since he's also the captain. That's why in Zimbabwe, and the upcoming winter at home, Shakib has to win. If he doesn't, he might find there is not as much tolerance for his outspoken views as there are now.



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    Hopefully this time BD will do better .

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    The match started at 2:00 PM BST.

    Zimbabwe asked to bat in Test return

    Toss Bangladesh choose to bowl v Zimbabwe
    Live scorecard and ball-by-ball details

    Zimbabwe will bat first as they play their first Test in almost six years on a sunny, clear but cool day at the Harare Sports Club. On a pitch that is expected to offer the seamers some early assistance but is likely to flatten as the match goes on, Shakib Al Hasan made the expected decision to bowl after winning the toss, something Brendan Taylor admitted he would also have done.

    Four debutants will take the field for Zimbabwe, opening batsman Tinotenda Mawoyo, middle-order batsman Craig Ervine, and bowlers Kyle Jarvis and Brian Vitori, who received their caps shortly after the toss. Tatenda Taibu, who created shockwaves through Zimbabwe cricket with his revelations of administrative problems, was in the starting line-up and will bat at No. 6. Zimbabwe played one spinner in Ray Price, who is likely to play a containing role.
    Bangladesh went into the match with an experienced XI, fielding two spinners in Shakib and Abdur Razzak. They also played three quick bowlers in Rubel Hossain, Robiul Islam and Shafiul Islam, who will look to take advantage of conditions early on. Bangladesh's batting line-up had four left-handers in the top six.

    Zimbabwe have not played a Test in almost six years, when they lost to India by ten wickets at this ground. Bangladesh also had a mini-hiatus from the longest version of the game. They last played a Test 14 months ago, against England. Bangladesh have never won a Test in Zimbabwe and only one member of the current team, Mohammad Ashraful, has played in a Test against them.

    Zimbabwe: 1 Vusi Sibanda, 2 Tinotenda Mawoyo, 3 Brendan Taylor (capt & wk), 4 Hamilton Masakadza, 5 Craig Ervine, 6 Tatenda Taibu, 7 Elton Chigumbura, 8 Ray Price, 9 Kyle Jarvis, 10 Brian Vitori, 11 Christopher Mpofu

    Bangladesh: 1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Imrul Kayes , 3 Shahriar Nafees, 4 Mohammad Ashraful, 5 Shakib Al Hasan (capt), 6 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 7 Mahmudullah, 8 Abdur Razzak, 9 Shafiul Islam, 10 Rubel Hossain, 11 Robiul Islam


    Zimbabwe 23/0 (5.1 ov)

    ---------- Post added at 14:26 ---------- Previous post was at 14:24 ----------

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    finally breakthrough pailo! 102/1!

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    Nazmul thakle valo hoito...Robiul pura hotash korlo..

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    What :O :O.250/2 :S.Just watched the scoreboard.

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    End Of Day: Zimbabwe - 264/2 in 90.0 overs (H Masakadza 88, BRM Taylor 40)

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    What a shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anik_lc View Post
    What a shame.
    Yeah.

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    faizlami purai faizlami!

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