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    ODI Cricket Simulator - Play Me

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    England v India ODI. Pick your side and name the bowling order. You will have to come on every 5 overs of your innings to alter the aggression of your players.
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    Kallis a minnow basher you say?
    FTB you say?

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    Why the hell is this thread named Indians ? can't it be something else ?

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    Why you making irrelevant posts? It's called Indian's because I'm calling out for Indian members to play me in a game.
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    Its not irrelevant, its about the name of the thread.

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    Look mate I've changed the name of the thread. Pick a side.

    Heads or Tails?
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    Not right now, maybe later!

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    Playing left arm spin better than the national side, since the age of 12
    Kallis a minnow basher you say?
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    Play me in triple traid, and I'll play you in this game. Deal?

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    **** simulation! Book a flight and face me in nets bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    **** simulation! Book a flight and face me in nets bro
    I just love that smiley you got there man

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoverDrive View Post
    **** simulation! Book a flight and face me in nets bro
    You said your facilities were crap. You come here.
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    Play me ****s!
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    I would rather

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Play me ****s!
    Is that's how you talk to your mom and dad too?

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    Nah, they're not like you.

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    5.2. P. Kumar to Kieswetter SIX! In the slot, stand and deliver stuff from Kieswetter, and that is one colossal stroke.

    Suck it.

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    8.3. Khan to Kieswetter SIX! Smashed back over the bowler's head for six!
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    He can only hit Indians in a virtual game. How pathetic is that?

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    Lol, Broad gets a hattrick to win the game. India were cruising as well.



    40.1. Broad to Khan OUT! Straight through him! Khan looks to belt this and misses, all over for him.
    Z. Khan b Broad 1/2
    40.2. Broad to P. Kumar OUT! Good ball outside off, the ball is hit long and high and no further than Wright at deep cover. Broad has his third!
    P. Kumar c Wright b Broad 0/1
    40.3. Broad to V. Kumar OUT! Bit of width, V. Kumar tries to slam it over deep extra cover but the pace of the ball forces a mi**** and the sweeper gets under it. Gone. And that's four wickets for Broad!
    V. Kumar c Bresnan b Broad 0/1


    England vs. India


    England Innings:
    4s 6s
    C. Kieswetter 68/67 9 3 c Sehwag b Ashwin
    A. Cook 27/57 2 0 c & b Yuvraj
    J. Trott 17/13 3 0 c Gambhir b Ashwin
    K. Pietersen 71/77 8 1 c Tendulkar b Khan
    E. Morgan 0/1 0 0 c Khan b Ashwin
    I. Bell 5/15 0 0 lbw V. Kumar
    L. Wright 12/13 0 1 run out
    T. Bresnan 36/32 4 0 c Gambhir b P. Kumar
    S. Broad 6/5 1 0 not out
    G. Swann 1/3 0 0 c & b P. Kumar
    J. Anderson 0/1 0 0 c Kohli b P. Kumar
    Extras: 8 (3w, 5lb)
    England: 251/10 (47.2 overs)


    India Bowling:


    V. Kumar 1 for 68 off 10.0
    P. Kumar 3 for 30 off 8.2
    Z. Khan 1 for 39 off 9.0
    R. Ashwin 3 for 57 off 10.0
    S. Raina 0 for 13 off 3.0
    Y. Singh 1 for 39 off 7.0




    India Innings:
    4s 6s
    S. Tendulkar 87/100 7 2 c Kieswetter b Swann
    V. Sehwag 24/26 3 1 c & b Broad
    G. Gambhir 17/21 3 0 c & b Bresnan
    V. Kohli 40/45 5 0 c Kieswetter b Wright
    Y. Singh 30/29 1 1 c Kieswetter b Swann
    S. Raina 1/2 0 0 c Kieswetter b Bresnan
    M. Dhoni 12/15 2 0 not out
    R. Ashwin 0/1 0 0 c Bresnan b Swann
    Z. Khan 1/2 0 0 b Broad
    P. Kumar 0/1 0 0 c Wright b Broad
    V. Kumar 0/1 0 0 c Bresnan b Broad
    Extras: 8 (1w, 7lb)
    India: 220/10 (40.3 overs)


    England Bowling:


    J. Anderson 0 for 31 off 7.0
    G. Swann 3 for 35 off 8.0
    S. Broad 4 for 34 off 5.3
    T. Bresnan 2 for 50 off 10.0
    L. Wright 1 for 63 off 10.0


    England won by 31 runs.
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    I think the game replicates the real world games

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    They were trying to belt it when they needed 3 and a half an over.

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    He can only hit Indians in a virtual game. How pathetic is that?
    3.1 Vinay Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, 79.8 mph, Kieswetter has had enough of defence! He comes down the track to the first ball, a length delivery, and smashes a towering six back over the bowler's head. That's more like it
    5.3 Ashwin to Kieswetter, SIX, 52.7 mph, Kieswetter on the charge! Again he's down the track, but this time doesn't bother to keep it down. Quite the opposite, in fact, and a towering six lands in the crowd beyond wide long on.
    3.6 Vinay Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, 82.7 mph, that's why Kieswetter is selected, he steps outside leg and takes a stride down the pitch then launches a drive over long off
    8.6 Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, there she goes! Kieswetter charges, Praveen drops a bit too short and Kieswetter has the space to swing freely and launch the ball into the sparsely-populated stands beyond deep midwicket
    9.6 Vinay Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, 82.4 mph, that's slashed over the third man boundary! Kieswetter jumped outside leg stump and tried to murder the ball, not sure he was aiming for third man but he swung so hard that the ball carried all the way


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    1.4 Vinay Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, 83.8 mph, that's six and a half. Kieswetter skipped down, slogged, and this time smashed it a mile over cow corner into the stands. Didn't lose his shape on the shot
    4.3 Ashwin to Kieswetter, SIX, 54.0 mph, Ashwin offers a touch of air and Kieswetter cashes in. Backs away and heaves, with all his power, just about over the rope at long-on. Didn't get all of it, but got plenty
    4.4 Ashwin to Kieswetter, SIX, 56.8 mph, even better! That's a top shot. Kieswetter down the wicket, gives himself a touch of room and beautifully drives, powerfully into the same region
    4.6 Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, 78.0 mph, boom! Kieswetter has had enough of nudging and pushing, dancing down the wicket to smite a hapless Praveen high over wide long-on
    6.6 Kumar to Kieswetter, SIX, well, that had been such a good over until this point. Praveen loses his line, floating this one down leg, and Kieswetter bends into an explosive pick-up over fine leg, a spectator beyond the boundary spilling the chance
    9.3 MM Patel to Kieswetter, SIX, 86.0 mph, scooped up and over cover for six! It's that trademark Kieswetter shot, the batsman stepping out and giving himself acres of room in which to free his arms and murder the ball over the off side
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    Can't beat Yuviraj's six sixes.


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    Prefer Kiesy's sixes to be honest. So much more class and elegance.

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    de Villiers and Bell are the only ones that get close to Kieswetter
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    Yuvi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Prefer Kiesy's sixes to be honest. So much more class and elegance.

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    de Villiers and Bell are the only ones that get close to Kieswetter
    YUVI

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    Thanks for you intellectual post. It was very analytical and thoughtful.


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    Thanks for you intellectual post. It was very analytical and thoughtful.

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    Thanks for you intellectual post. It was very analytical and thoughtful.
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    Playing left arm spin better than the national side, since the age of 12
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    Man, those were clean hits... all out of the middle of the bat, of decent balls. Broad got owned in that over.

    And what was that about Misbah and a 111m six!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squashed.bugaboo View Post
    Man, those were clean hits... all out of the middle of the bat, of decent balls. Broad got owned in that over.

    And what was that about Misbah and a 111m six!
    +1

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