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Syedur Cricket

Also known as the Endoor Cricket Site

My Cricket Simulator
Be the one of the first people to see my very own, cricket simulator. It is one of the most realistic simulators ever made, includes ball-ball (text) commentary, player stats, scorecards, partnership charts, even over graphs.

Click here for the CRICKET SIMULATOR site  

NEW - The predicted results of the cancelled New Zealand tour of Pakistan
simulated using the Cricket Simulator

The simulated results of matches India would have played,
had they not refused to participate in the Asian Test Championship

 

My Favourite Teams
 

                                       
Bangladesh                                   Australia   

Click here to view all of Bangladesh's win/loss and individual performance records

 

My World XIs
Here's my selection for the test and ODI squads that would represent Earth in the next interplanetary games, where cricket is the only sport where the Earthlings have a chance of winning a medal.

Earth ODI squad
Adam Gilchrist
 (wicketkeeper, the pinchhitter who unlike some hangs around for a while)
Sachin Tendulkar  
(as much as I dislike the Indian squad I couldnt deny this man's brilliance)
Jaques Kallis
 (probably the best all-rounder in world cricket)
Ricky Ponting  
(aggressive, consistent, controversial ...)
Michael Bevan
 (the accumulator, probably the best batsman in the middle overs)
Yusuf Youhana  
(great technique, very dependable, can push the accelerator when required)
Chris Cairns  
(hard hitting allrounder in all respects, as long as he is not hit by injury)
Lance Kluesner  
(anohter hard hitting allrounder, who can finish things off in style)
Wasim Akram
 (captain, the aging left-armer still has got it in him)
Shane Warne  
(my favourite player of all time, that fat, controversial, flamboyant genius)
Glen McGrath  
(the most consistent bowler I have ever seen)

Earth Test Squad
Michael Slater
 (good right-handed openers are rare in today's cricket)
Saeed Anwar
 (so are good left-handed openers)
Jaques Kallis
 (the "best" allrounder)
Sachin Tendulkar
 (the man who somehow finds his way into all world XIs)
Steve Waugh
 (the best captain ever, plus one of the greatest batsmen ever)
Inzamamul Haq
 (great batsman, hopefully will not cause run outs in test cricket)
Andy Flower
 (currently the most consistent batsman and a very reliable keeper)
Shane Warne
  (the master of spin, the human headline)
Mutiah Muralitharan
 (the most devastating off spinner, as long as his action is not questioned)
Allan Donald
 (the white lightning, still can strike more than once at the same game)
Glen McGrath
 (consistent line and length, thats the way to bowl in all forms of cricket)


My Articles
I have written a couple of articles regarding Bangladesh cricket for CricInfo if you dont know who they are, you probably dont know a thing about cricket, or my site is somehow the first one you visited, when you logged on for the first time in your life.
Click here, to access the list from CricInfo's database.
 

World Cup 1999 Statistics

Batting 
 The Most Runs Scored 
 Highest Batting Averages 
 Best Innings Scores 
 Highest Strike Rates 
 

Bowling 
 Most Wickets Taken 
 Best Bowling Averages 
 Best Innings Figures 
 Best Economy Rates 
 

Fielding 
 Most Dismissals 

 

 


 

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