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Old 4th January 2016, 04:06   #1
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Australia vs India 2016 Limited Over Series

http://www.espncricinfo.com/australi...ry/957635.html

I think Joel Paris should be in oz national team long time ago.Anyway vs India series he will show his talent as Left arm fast medium bowler.Boland and ken Richardson also called for the series.

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Old 4th January 2016, 04:39   #2
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Australia vs India 2016 Limited Overs Series

Suresh Raina and Bhuvneshwar Kumar have been dropped from India's ODI squad for the upcoming tour of Australia, following a poor home series against South Africa.






Ins and Outs in the ODI squad

In: Barinder Sran, Rishi Dhawan, Ishant Sharma, bhuvneshwar , Ravindra Jadeja, Manish Pandey

Out: S Aravind, Stuart Binny, Suresh Raina, Harbhajan Singh, Mohit Sharma (injured), Ambati Rayudu, mohd shami, Amit Mishra



A rejigged ODI squad included a maiden call-up for Punjab's 23-year-old left-arm pacer Barinder Sran, as well as a recall for Manish Pandey, who made his international debut against Zimbabwe in July. Sran has played only seven List-A matches and taken 15 wickets at 26.73.

Himachal Pradesh allrounder Rishi Dhawan also found a place in the squad, but there was no room in the ODI team for Harbhajan Singh, Amit Mishra, Ambati Rayudu and Stuart Binny.

Patil also said the changes to the team were necessitated by the predictability of the team composition in India's recent series. "We felt Indian team in batting and bowling was looking very much predictable," he said. "So we wanted to have some variations, and that is why we have picked a player in our batting order [Pandey] and a player in the bowling department [Sran] also."

Raina has managed just one century in his last 26 ODI innings, and scored just 180 runs in eight matches since the 2015 World Cup. He was unable to shake off this poor run even against South Africa last month, as he managed just 68 runs from five matches at an average of 13.60. Bhuvneshwar's series was just as forgettable; he claimed his seven wickets from five matches at an average of 49.57 and an economy rate of 7.13.

To a question on whether selectors had lost faith in Raina's abilities, Patil reiterated that no player was written off. "If he had lost confidence he wouldn't have been in T20 team also," he said. "Selectors have no right to write any player off. We look at the performance, the fitness of the player and we look at the combination. If a player fits in the combination we pick him."

With just five specialist batsmen in the squad, Raina's exclusion could open the door for Rishi Dhawan, Pandey or Gurkeerat Singh. Rishi Dhawan, who has played 53 List-A matches, recently struck a match-winning 117 in the Vijay Hazare Trophy against Madhya Pradesh to fire his team into the quarter-finals, to go with 28 wickets from eight Ranji Trophy matches.

A source privy to the developments in the meeting said the names of Shreyas Iyer and Shardul Thakur were also discussed for selection. "The emphasis was on identifying a larger pool of talent ahead of the Asia Cup T20 and the World T20," the source said. "The idea is to promote youngsters and also reward consistency over the years. Rishi Dhawan, for instance, has been doing very well over the last few years."

The source said there were other players in the selectors' radar as well and that they were keen on watching as many talented cricketers as they could in the lead up to the World T20.

According to him, one of the reasons behind the inclusion of Rishi Dhawan and Sran was the nature of pitches in Australia. "There will obviously be good bounce there and it will suit the faster bowlers," the source said. "The batting ability of someone like Rishi Dhawan will also come in handy. With [Ravichandran] Ashwin and Bhaji [Harbhajan Singh] there already, it becomes a strong No.7, 8 and 9."

ODI squad: MS Dhoni (capt), R Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Manish Pandey, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Gurkeerat Singh, Rishi Dhawan, Barinder Sran

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Old 4th January 2016, 04:45   #3
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Yesterday herby warm up in mustaq Ali cup in 20/20 cup match with
4/0/8/3 wickets playing for Punjab vs Jammu Kashmir.

I hope he will carry his form vs Australia coz he was selected in 20/20 vs Australia in 2016
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Pandya,Nehra and Youvraj in T20i Team.

Ind-Aus-2016

Aussie process is to find that best eleven and then pick a leader among them whereas several teams around the World would pick a captain first and then give him the team he wants. Another pattern that Aussies generally follow is that the captain retires from leadership as well as a player at the same time. You'll rarely find a former Australian captain playing for the national team, more so in past few decades..

Why highlight that Aussie characteristic now? Cause Indians are standing at similar stage these days with MS Dhoni having nothing much left to accomplish as a captain, although he's still the best wicket keeper batsman available in the country. On other hand, Virat Kohli is hungry and has adjusted to test leadership like fish to water.

Shouldn't Dhoni be playing only as wicket keeper to maximize his value as no.4 batsman in ODI & T20 formats with Kohli taking the captainship responsibility? No such change until the World T20 2016, BCCI said in a release today as they announced India squad for ODI & T20 series in Australia this January 2016 (Full schedule).

There are several changes to the squad that represented India in World cup 2015 early last year with Suresh Raina losing his ODI spot to Yuvraj Singh making a return since his ridiculous inning in World T20 2014 final.

Manish Pandey, a right handed middle order batsman who's been a consistent scorer in domestic cricket and IPL, gets another chance to impress the selectors after visiting Zimbabwe in June last year.

Brainder Sran, a 23 year old left arm seamer from Punjab, is one of two new faces in blue team. Brainder took 7 wickets on first class debut back in 2011 and was recruited by Rajasthan Royals but never played. In December 2015, during Vijay Hazare Trophy (India's 50 over tournament), Sran took 13 wickets in 53.3 overs from 6 matches, impressing with his new ball left arm skills and will be under-study on this Australian tour.

Hardik Pandya is relatively known figure for Mumbai Indians fans. A sleek 22 year old from Baroda is an attacking batsman down the order and also bowls useful right arm pace which he's been working on quite extensively in past year or so. Aussie tour will certainly give him the conditions to prove his skills and provide that allrounder Indians have been longing for since long.

Ashish Nehra is another surprise pick, carrying through is IPL performance last year where he demonstrated great control over new white ball. Nehra may be a liability in the field but his four overs may help wreck solid home team top order.

Rishi Dhawan, 25 year old allrounder from Himachal Pradesh, also finds a place in one day squad after a list of performances in domestic cricket and few good shows for India A side but has often failed to even get into Mumbai Indians' eleven. Here's finally a chance for Rishi who made his first class debut 6 years ago.

Gurkeerat Singh Mann, an offspinning allrounder, has been part of national team for past two series but yet to make his debut. Mohammad Shami makes a return to International cricket almost a year after he bowled through injury during World cup 2015.




India T20 squad for Australia tour : January 2016.
MS Dhoni (c & wk) Suresh Raina Harbhajan Singh
Virat Kohli (vc) Yuvraj Singh Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Rohit Sharma Hardik Pandya .
Ajinkya Rahane Ravindra Jadeja Umesh Yadav
Shikhar Dhawan R Ashwin Ashish Nehra

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Old 9th January 2016, 11:23   #5
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bhuvneshwar return in indian team.Sami out of Tour

Bhuvi who was left out for ODI team to Australia, replace as shami is out of the tour
India winning toss and bats in 50/50 game
India 249 all out in 49.1 overs
Jadoo 26,manish 58,rohit 67,Rahane 41
Porter took 5 wits.
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bhuvneshwar return in indian team.Sami out of Tour

WA not yet face spinner last game they scored only 38 vs spinners off 10 overs.
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India 68-1 after 13 overs. Kohli and Rohit Sharma looking quite comfortable out there.
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India 68-1 after 13 overs. Kohli and Rohit Sharma looking quite comfortable out there.
India 309/3 (50.0 ov)
Australia 234/2 (38.4 ov)

Sharma got 171 - unlikely to be enough. Must be a road.
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India 309/3 (50.0 ov)
Australia 234/2 (38.4 ov)

Sharma got 171 - unlikely to be enough. Must be a road.
Low scoring affair compared to the matches a year ago.
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Low scoring affair compared to the matches a year ago.
5 wickets in 100 overs - bowler unfriendly.
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Bailey's let off on 0 could have been decisive. India must regret no DRS.
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Happened again this time India benefiting. With the absence of DRS the umpiring seems to get worse.
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I think theres been some serious match fixing going on from the last two sides to tour here.
Freaking disgraceful stuff from both of them.
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I think theres been some serious match fixing going on from the last two sides to tour here.
Freaking disgraceful stuff from both of them.

What evidence do you have to support such a serious allegation?
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India botching another chase here with what on paper appears to be a bizarre innings from MSD. Can he turn it around?
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India botching another chase here with what on paper appears to be a bizarre innings from MSD. Can he turn it around?
He did. Well, he did just enough with Pandey doing the real work.
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He did. Well, he did just enough with Pandey doing the real work.
If he wasn't the richest cricketer in the world (at a guess), one might start asking questions.
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If he wasn't the richest cricketer in the world (at a guess), one might start asking questions.
The Betfair lot cry fix an awful lot whenever a batsman bats slowly or a bowler bowls some tripe but that is going to happen and can't see why the very well paid players would risk it. Course people often do want more money even when they have loads but still don't think it adds up.
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This looks a good game of 20/20 at Adelaide Oval...massive crowd and some atmos. Oz need 189 and are 92/3 with 55 balls left
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Australia seemed to be going well then Shaun Marsh's soft dismissal it all unravelled.
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