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Posted by: TheGuru - 07-11-2018, 11:38 AM - Forum: Football - Replies (3)
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Posted by: hamdan73 - 07-08-2018, 07:55 PM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (4)
  • man i am so stoked after today's innings by Fakhar Zaman. it's a shame that we didn't have any match thread to discuss. Unluckily he didn't get a hundred (which he deserved) but we won the tournament after beating none other than Australia (who have been shit lately)

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    This last month in limited overs cricket has shown that Australia just doesn't have a middle order. The openers, no matter who they seem to be, put up a decent score and then the rest just fall in a heap.

    The rest of the world has figured out that leg spinners are match winners in this format yet they keep on picking bits and pieces all-rounders and containing spinners like Agar.

Posted by: Admin - 07-02-2018, 03:27 PM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (2)
  • Pakistan made 116 playing first. Australia is "dhoing" Pakistan at the moment. Pakistan being Pakistan gonna go from an almost 80 run win to a negative NRR in less than 24 hours.

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Posted by: msalman - 07-02-2018, 11:27 AM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (1)
  • Pakistan, Australia & Zimbabwe playing tri-series with 2 matches between each pair of teams, one final between top 2 teams.

    Also playing are England, 3 match series against India.

    Pakistan have average 130.8 points from 25 matches (rank: 1)

    India (playing 3 matches against England) have 123.5 points from 34 matches (rank: 2)

    Australia have average 122.4 points from 16 matches (rank: 3)

    England (playing 3 matches against India) have average 118.2 points from 18 matches (rank 4)

    NZ 115.5, SA 114.4, WI 113.8, Afghanistan 91.5

    Zimbabwe have average 58.4 points from 14 matches (rank: 12)

    Matches between mismatched teams (i.e. Aus/Pak vs Zimbabwe), if won by the stronger team's, affect the team's average points by 10/(total matches played). So if Pakistan beat Zimbabwe that's around 10/26 = 0.4 points onto their ranking. And if Australia beat them, it's around 0.6 points (since they've played fewer matches).

    OTOH, a match between more evenly matched teams awards (points of the other team +- 50) / (matches played) to the winning/losing team respectively.

    So the different permutations:

    Quote:England 3 - 0 = England 125.8, India 119.2

    England 2 - 1 = India 121.9, England 121.1

    England 1 - 2 = India 124.5, England 116.5

    England 0 - 3 = India 126.9, England 112.0

    And then the tri-series, assuming Zimbabwe lose 4 games:

    Quote:Australia 3 - 0 Pakistan Aus 131.6, Pak 125.9

    Australia 2 - 1 Pakistan Pak 129.3, Aus 126.6

    Australia 1 - 2 Pakistan Pak 132.4, Aus 121.8

    Australia 0 - 3 Pakistan Pak 135.5, Aus 116.9


    Quote:Australia will be between 5th and 1st

    Pakistan will be 3rd to 1st (3rd behind India & Australia if India win 3-0 and Aus 3-0)

    England will be between 7th and 3rd

    India will be 4th, 3rd or 2nd - 2nd if they win 3-0, or if they win 2-1 and Australia beat Pakistan, or if they lose 2-1 and Pakistan beat Australia. 4th if they lose 3-0, unless Australia lose 3-0.

Posted by: riz123 - 07-01-2018, 05:59 PM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (3)
  • It wasn't quite the embarrassment Zimbabwe might have dreaded this would turn into, but it was a drubbing for the hosts all right. A career-best 61 in T20Is for Fakhar Zaman, along with contributions from Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali at the death, powered Pakistan to 182 for 4. Zimbabwe could never come close to mustering a response at the steep asking rate the chase demanded of them, and regular wickets fell along the way without an anchor to hold the innings together. In the end, the only positive Zimbabwe could take from the game was how good the debutant Tarisai Musakanda looked in his innings of 43, but it couldn't prevent the hosts from slumping to a 74-run defeat.

    Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza put Pakistan in at the toss, perhaps hoping to take advantage of the wicket flattening out later in the day. It wasn't the worst start, with Kyle Jarvis, the pick of the bowlers for the hosts, dismissing Mohammad Hafeez early as the Pakistan opener misjudged the length. Pakistan didn't get the explosive start they might have been hoping against the weakened Zimbabwe side, and at the halfway mark, Pakistan were 78 for 3, with the hosts the happier of the two teams.

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    But Zimbabwe needed all the good fortune they could possibly get against an opposition of Pakistan's calibre, but as is the way these things go, lucky isn't the word you'd associate with Zimbabwe since their ultimately doomed campaign to qualify for the World Cup. With their best fast bowler Jarvis having conceded nine off his first two overs, they would have looked to the 29-year old to provide a strong finish. However, midway through the innings, in the 14th over, he dived forward at long-on to try and attempt a catch to dismiss Fakhar. He misjudged it, broke his thumb, and was out of the contest.

    Pakistan, meanwhile, had begun to settle in. Malik was scoring at a strike rate around 150 without fully getting going, while Fakhar at the other end combined with him for a menacing partnership. It seemed like a pivotal juncture in the game when Tendai Chisoro castled Fakhar with a quicker delivery, but Zimbabwe hadn't reckoned for Asif Ali producing the international performance of his career. Outshining senior partner and man-in-form Malik at the other end, Asif smashed four sixes in a whirlwind 21-ball 41, as Pakistan took 61 off the last five overs.

    The only surprising element about the chase from Zimbabwe was there seemed to be no attempt at it. The first six overs were going to be the most crucial passage of play in the chase, but Zimbabwe were tentative and meek in their approach to it. No doubt hampered by the loss of Chamu Chibhabha in the first over to Mohammad Nawaz, the only chance Zimbabwe would have had of coming close to the target was an explosive Powerplay. But at six overs, Zimbabwe were 27 for 2 - partly, of course, due to Pakistan's skill with the ball - but their fans might be a touch disappointed with the lack of intent they showed.

    The last four wickets went for six runs as Zimbabwe folded tamely. Worryingly for them, this 74-run defeat may by no means be the worst they suffer in the coming week.

Posted by: RashidKhan - 06-27-2018, 03:50 PM - Forum: Football - Replies (3)
  • No love for football guys? World cup is underway and a lot is happening but I don't see any discussion on it. Looks like you are obsessed with cricket only.

Posted by: moby - 06-22-2018, 10:46 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (3)
Posted by: aslam.pasha - 06-15-2018, 01:54 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)
  • Success in getting Lost Birth Certificate Pakistan Nadra Karachi Registration & Certificate From Official Union Council . it appears that recent immigration laws changing in US i happen to have my old birth certificate issued by KMC it was not being recognized by the embassy for immigration purpose. since i was not able to travel back to pakistan for this, i had to ask my old friend for a reliable way to get it and she apparently related me to a reliable source which can be connected here . they helped me in obtaining my new computerize birth certificate and registering it with official data base and also got my marriage certificate computerized in the same manners . i requested to further authentic with foreign affairs in pakistan and that was done too and mailed to my mailing address. later on it was gladly accepted by the officials in USA. it is tied to immigrants even living for years must have complete documentation these days either you are traveling or living abroad . peace !

Posted by: Admin - 06-13-2018, 08:09 PM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (5)
  • Happy belated Eid Mubarak....oh I mean....match thread!

    This match thread is a little late like Waqar Younis inswing yorker.

    Pakistan has won the toss and elected to bat. Blitzkrieg has been started!

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Posted by: Admin - 06-12-2018, 10:14 AM - Forum: Cricket - Replies (7)
  • The match starts at 8 pm Pakistan time.

    Just two days ago Scotland beat No.1 ODI team England. Can they beat No.1 T20 team Pakistan today? Only one way to find out!

    Pakistani team doing practice session.

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