Tuesday, October 13, 2015

stumps pakistan vs england 1 test 1st day at abu dhabi 2015

stumps pakistan vs england 1 test 1st day at abu dhabi 2015
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Sunday, October 11, 2015

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England face the worrying prospect of overcoming Pakistan's new-look spin line-up as the Ashes winners attempt to reverse the Test whitewash they suffered last time around toward the dry pitches of the Uae.
At the time they met inside the UAE in 2012, Pakistan annihilated what was then a world number one Test team 3-0, thanks to spinners saeed ajmal (24 wickets) and Abdul Rehman (19 wickets).
As they simply begin a three-match Test series in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Pakistan will rely on precisely the same weapon -- but in the hands of leg-spinners yasir shah and Zulfiqar Babar, who have taken over from Ajmal and Rehman.
England captain cook admits the magnitude of his team's task.
"I think they have played six or seven series and haven't lost a series. That shows what is before us. The great thing in Test cricket is attempting to succeed far from home. It's becoming more difficult and harder," said Cook, one of four survivors considering the 2012 series.
Ajmal, whose controversial bowling action was questioned around the time of 2012, was suspended a year ago. He was cleared after adopting a brand new style but seems to own lost his wicket-taking ability, leaving his career within the balance.
"I don't think (Ajmal's absence) weakens or strengthens them, anyway. It's always whenever you play Pakistan, India or Sri Lanka, spin plays a role," Cook said.
- Outstanding start -
Pakistan skipper misbah is confident Shah will fill the void, having led the nation to series wins over Australia in Abu Dhabi last year and in Sri Lanka three months period ago.
"The way Yasir is bowling he is a threat to any team," said Misbah, who can retire by the end of the series. "But it's not only about our spinners. It's also about our fast bowlers plus the way we bat against their spinners."
Cook admitted Shah poses various challenges.
"He has an excellent begin to his Test career," said Cook. "Sixty wickets in ten games is a great effort and obviously Saeed was a great bowler as well as."
Pakistan's batting will involve Younis Khan, Misbah and sarfraz, who have been in great form over the last twelve months.
Younis amassed 468 runs against Australia and hit a match-winning 171 not out in Pakistan's last Test in Sri Lanka, leaving him just 19 behind to overtake Pakistan's highest tally of 8,832 set by Javed Miandad.
Pakistan will certainly be without key batsman azhar ali who was excluded due to a foot infection, a physical injury which forced him to miss the third and final one-dayer against Zimbabwe last week.
His place is likely to go to malick, who has not played a Test for five years.
Pakistan have been forced to participate with the UAE from security fears back home though have never lost a sequence here, winning four and drawing three.
England's answer to Pakistan's spin challenge would probably be underwhelming. Leg-spinner Adil Rashid is set to make his Test debut, six years after playing his first one-day international.
Moeen Ali is favourite to play as opener in a makeshift arrangement, with additional duties of bowling off-spin, despite never having opened the innings even in a first-class match.
If that happens, Moeen will probably be Cook's seventh partner since strauss retired in 2012.
Joe Root and stokes -- England's leading performers in the bat -- will probably be tested against quality spin.
Dubai will host the second Test (October 22-26), with the final match in Sharjah (November 1-5).

Umpires: Bruce Oxenford (AUS) and Paul Reiffel (AUS)
TV umpire: Sundaram Ravi (IND)
Match referee: Andy Pycroft (ZIM)

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Wednesday, October 7, 2015


KANPUR police restricted the spectators for bringing water bottles and lunch box with them to secure the
cricketing field in green park stadium at kanpur for 1st odi between india n south africa which will be played on 11 October 2015.

this action is taken to not repeat the same drama which happened at cuttack in 2nd t20 international between india and south africa. as game was stopped 2 times as south africa was winning the match comfortably.

as that incident brings the shame to india and its criticized by international cricketing fraternity. indian cricket legend criticized police for not controlling the situation.

"Water bottles, tiffins and any metallic object will not be allowed inside the stadium," Kanpur Police SSP Shalabh Mathur said.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

once again indian cricket spectator misbehaved they remind their history...

CUTTACK, India - The 2nd Twenty20 cricket match between India and South Africa was suspended on Monday after fans, angry about the performance of this very home team, started hurling plastic bottles on to the ground.
India, who also lost the first match of the series, were bundled out for the second lowest T20 total of 92, into the displeasure associated with a full house at the Barabati Stadium.
Supporters threw bottles during the change of innings and again when South Africa were batting, forcing the players off considering the visitors 70 for 3 in 13.2 overs and closing in on a series win.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

duminy overlaps rohit's number

duminy's batting heroics secured South Africa a thrilling seven-wicket victory in the initial Twenty20 International despite Indian opener rohit burnishing his limited overs reputation with a blistering century on Friday.

Needing 10 runs from the last over chasing a 200-run victory target, Duminy's seventh six tied the contest before he took a single to seal victory with two balls available and place 1-0 up in the three-match series.
Duminy remained unbeaten on 68 off 34 balls, frustrating India who rode Sharma's century to post a commanding 199-5 at the most picturesque cricket stadiums on earth.
Like the only batsman with two ODI double centuries to his name, Sharma blasted 106 off 66 balls, highest score by an Indian within a Twenty20 International, as the hosts threatened beyond the 200-mark at one stage.
After opening partner dhawan perished in his half-hearted pursuit of a non-existent second run, Sharma coupled with kohli (43) to put the foundation for a big total.
The duo added 138 runs, an India record, in 12.2 overs and the elegant Sharma belted five sixes and 12 boundaries scintillating knock.
The Mumbai batsman stated his century clobbering Marchant de Lange for a six to get the next Indian, after team mate raina, to register one-hundred in every three formats along the game.
ab de villiers (51) and hashim amle (36) led South Africa's robust reply utilizing a breezy 77-run opening stand before falling in quick succession.
At 95-3, South Africa looked in trouble but Duminy and Farhaan Behardien (32 not out) refused to perform within the towel.
Duminy hit spinner Axar Patel for 3 successive sixes within the 16th over to turn the match on its head and stayed put up to the end to get the visitors house in a man-of-the-match winning performance.
Cuttack hosts the second Twenty20 International on Monday.

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