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 1   Welcome / Welcome / Re: Hi To All Members  on: June 05, 2013, 22:16 PM 
Started by Stumper | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
wow this forum is still up but no posts

 2   General Domestic Cricket Chat / General Cricket Chat / ICC Champions trophy  on: June 05, 2013, 22:16 PM 
Started by KING OF PUNJAB | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
tarts tommrow with India vs South Africa from Cardiff.I think India will win the CT are they have strong batting line up and pitches look set to be flat and not the usual English type of pitches which assist bowlers.

Pakistan are look good but batting for them has been inconsistent as of late, Aus ansd SA have been in terrible from.

I think

Group A

Group B
Sri Lanka

Semi Final
India vs Sri Lanka

England vs Pakistan


India vs England

winner India.

 3   Off Topic / Site Suggestions & Site Announcements / Re: New Forum Owner  on: August 07, 2011, 13:01 PM 
Started by Ash | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
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 4   International Cricket / Test Series / Re: Harbhajan singh  on: August 07, 2011, 12:57 PM 
Started by KING OF PUNJAB | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
Harbhajan is out injured for the whole tour  Angry

 5   Off Topic / General Chat / Postal 2  on: July 22, 2009, 14:46 PM 
Started by KING OF PUNJAB | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB

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 6   Off Topic / General Chat / Re: its dead  on: July 22, 2009, 14:44 PM 
Started by wccc | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
has the site admin given up on this site.?

 7   International Cricket / General Chat / Kaneria warned for offensive language  on: July 22, 2009, 14:40 PM 
Started by KING OF PUNJAB | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
Sri Lanka v Pakistan, 3rd Test, SSC, 3rd day

Kaneria warned for offensive language

Cricinfo staff

July 22, 2009
Text size: A | A

Pakistan legspinner Danish Kaneria has been found guilty of breaching the ICC Code of Conduct on day two of the SCC Test. He was reprimanded by match referee Alan Hurst for abusing Sri Lankan allrounder Angelo Mathews in a hearing that took place after the day's play.

Kaneria was found to have breached clause 1.4 of the Code which relates to "using language that is obscene, offensive or insulting". The charge was brought by the on-field umpires Ian Gould and Simon Taufel, who were present at the hearing by along with Kaneria, third umpire Gamini Silva, Pakistan manager Yawar Saeed and captain Younis Khan.

The incident took place in the 45th over of the Sri Lankan first innings when Kaneria was heard to abuse Mathews after dismissing the batsman. Kaneria, who took five wickets on his return to the Test side, pleaded guilty in the hearing.

All Level 1 offences carry a minimum penalty of an official reprimand and a maximum penalty of 50% of a player's match fee. In such cases, the match referee's decision is final and a player does not have a right of appeal

 8   General Domestic Cricket Chat / General Cricket Chat / New Zealand v India, 1st Test, Hamilton  on: March 17, 2009, 15:07 PM 
Started by KING OF PUNJAB | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
Match facts

Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Start time 11.00 local (22.00 GMT)

Rahul Dravid joined the Indian squad for the Tests and will bat at No. 3 AFP


The Big Picture

Galle, Perth, Trent Bridge, Johannesburg, Kingston, Rawalpindi, Multan, Adelaide, Headingley, Port-of-Spain, and Kandy. The venues of India's memorable overseas victories in the 21st century include all but one of the major Test nations. New Zealand remains the only country in which India have not won a Test since they became competitive away from the subcontinent. India's solitary Test-series success in New Zealand was four decades ago, their last Test triumph here was in 1976, and their last tour in 2002-03 ended in a disastrous 2-0 rout. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men created history over the last two weeks by winning their first ever one-day series in New Zealand, and another such opportunity lies ahead of them.

The five one-dayers were largely about batsmen trying to hit the ball over the tiny boundaries at New Zealand's small grounds for 50 overs, while the bowlers strove to limit the damage. The Tests, however, require a more durable approach and India's batting has been bolstered by the inclusion of Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman. Both of them have had match practice by playing State Championship matches - Dravid even scored a century for Canterbury - and will temper a batting line-up whose biggest pitfall could be a hangover from the six-a-minute one-day internationals.

The longer format will be a relief for the New Zealand bowlers who failed to quell India's ultra-aggressive batsmen in the ODIs. It is also an opportunity for the hosts to score a rare series victory over a high-profile team. New Zealand's last victory against opposition other than Zimbabwe, Bangladesh or a struggling West Indies was the 1-0 win at home against Sri Lanka in 2004-05.

The hosts have also added new personnel to their Test squad in James Franklin, Chris Martin, Brent Arnel, Tim McIntosh, and Daniel Flynn. Martin Guptill, their ODI and Twenty20 batsman, is preparing to make the transition to the five-day format. Their squad is filled with novices compared to India's wealth of experience. For instance, Sachin Tendulkar has 4458 Test runs more than the entire New Zealand squad put together. A victory against India will be nothing less than a major coup for the hosts.

Test form guide

(last five matches, most recent first)

New Zealand - DDLLD
The hosts' last Test victory was against Bangladesh in Chittagong in October 2008, a series they won after the second Test was drawn. Since then they've suffered two heavy defeats in Australia and drew the home series against West Indies after both the Tests were spoilt by poor weather.

India - DWWDW
India, on the other hand, have not lost a Test since their tour of Sri Lanka in August 2008. They bounced back from that series defeat by beating Australia 2-0 in a four-Test series at home, and also beat England 1-0 in a two-Test contest.

Watch out for ...

James Franklin is no longer a left-arm swing bowler who can make a handy contribution with the bat in the lower-order. During his recovery from a knee injury, he has improved his batting and developed into an allrounder. He even has a double-century in the State Championship and is set to take Jacob Oram's spot in the batting line-up. "We want Frankie to bat No. 6 tomorrow," Daniel Vettori said. "I think that's his preferred role and he probably won't have as big a role with the ball as he has had in the past. He won't be expected to bowl 20-25 overs an innings. We really want to maximise his batting abilities. He is in fantastic form and he feels comfortable as a batter."

Virender Sehwag was the bane of New Zealand's bowling attack during the one-day series. ""I love it," he said of the short boundaries and the placid pitches after pillaging 125 runs off 74 balls in the fourth ODI in Hamilton. The pitches will not be as placid in the Tests, the boundary rope might be pushed back further, and the ball could do a bit more in the mornings. Sehwag, however, isn't likely to alter his approach too much. He scored 299 runs at a strike-rate of 150 in the ODIs and will continue to take advantage of every scoring opportunity in the Tests. "He [Sehwag] plays the way he wants to play, because that's his natural style," said Dhoni. "We all know if he gets going he can dominate the bowlers and all of a sudden you see the bowling attack rattled. We have seen if he plays for two hours or three hours, he is a batsman who is capable of getting big scores. He is not the kind who gets out in 30s or 40s or 50s or 60s."

Team news

New Zealand will bat Franklin at No. 6 and Guptill will make his debut as an opener, which leaves two spots up for grabs. Who fills one of those places will depend on whether New Zealand play the second spinner in Jeetan Patel. If they do, then it will be at the expense of either Kyle Mills or Iain O'Brien. However, it's unlikely that New Zealand will play a second spinner against the Indian batting line-up.

The other spot will be taken by either Chris Martin or the Northern Districts fast bowler Arnel. There was some controversy over Martin's inclusion in the squad but Vettori said he was "always a big fan of Chris". "I think he has done a fair job for New Zealand for a long time and the selectors know that as well. We just want to make sure he is back to his best. I have been impressed with the way he has trained, with the way he has bowled."

New Zealand (likely): 1 Tim McIntosh, 2 Martin Guptill, 3 Daniell Flynn, 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Jesse Ryder, 6 James Franklin, 7 Brendon McCullum (wk), 8 Daniel Vettori (capt), 9 Kyle Mills, 10 Iain O'Brien, 11 Chris Martin/Brent Arnel.

Ten out of India's XI pick themselves. The only spot that isn't certain is that of the third seamer who will support the new-ball attack of Zaheer Khan and Ishant Sharma. The choice is between L Balaji and Munaf Patel. Balaji has been recovering from injuries and last played a Test for India in March 2005. Munaf played three ODIs on the tour of New Zealand but was in poor form, conceding 93 runs from 9.2 overs.

India (likely): 1 Gautam Gambhir, 2 Virender Sehwag, 3 Rahul Dravid, 4 Sachin Tendulkar, 5 VVS Laxman, 6 Yuvraj Singh, 7 Mahendra Singh Dhoni (capt & wk), 8 Harbhajan Singh, 9 Zaheer Khan, 10 Ishant Sharma, 11 L Balaji/ Munaf Patel.

 9   Off Topic / General Chat / Re: its dead  on: March 17, 2009, 15:06 PM 
Started by wccc | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
bump. well this site has great funcality. the onwe must habe spent some time doing the coding etc sad to see it like this. whyd did the regular posters leave.

 10   Off Topic / General Chat / Re: its dead  on: August 07, 2008, 22:23 PM 
Started by wccc | Last post by KING OF PUNJAB
where is everyone Undecided

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