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  1. Slowcoach International Coach

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    India v England - One Day International - at Bombay - Indian Tri Series 1991/2 - Score update

    Lead by a half century from allrounder Shastri, India made steady progress reaching the 2nd drinks break in a solid position.
    Tufnell removed Sidhu for 25 but the England bowlers looked unthreatening with Lewis in particular expensive.

    India 132/3 (34 overs)
    (N.S.Sidhu 25(36), R.J.Shastri 65*(83), M.Azharuddin 14*(34), P.A.J.DeFreitas 2-24, P.C.Tufnell 1-30)
     
  2. Slowcoach International Coach

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    India v England - One Day International - at Bombay - Indian Tri Series 1991/2 - Score update

    England perserved to bowl India out for 230 off 49.5 overs but India would be happy with their total on a pitch which offered the bowlers something.
    Shastri top scored with a 102 while DeFreitas and Lewis picked up 3 wickets apiece, Lewis recovering in the later overs after a poor start.

    India 230 all out (49.5 overs)
    (N.S.Sidhu 25, R.J.Shastri 102, M.Azharuddin 21; P.A.J.DeFreitas 3-45, I.T.Botham 2-43, C.C.Lewis 3-42)
     
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    India v England - One Day International - at Bombay - Indian Tri Series 1991/2 - Score update

    England shrugged off the early loss of captain Stewart for 2 to be well placed at the first drinks break of their innings.
    Atherton and Hussain were both well set and scoring freely against an attack that has so far lacked penetration.

    England 77/1 (17 overs)
    (M.A.Atherton 47*(54), N.Hussain 30* (41); J.Srinath 1-18)
     
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    India v England - One Day International - at Mumbai

    Toss: India

    India won the toss and posted an above par total on a pitch which offered the bowlers some assistance.
    England persevered to bowl the home side out but were faced with a difficult chase at the halfway point of the match.
    Indian allrounder Ravi Shastri top scored with 102 off 123 balls, an excellent innings given most of his team mates struggles.
    DeFreitas and Lewis finished with 3 wickets each for England but they would have been disappointed to let the scoring get away from them in the later overs.

    Code:
    India 1st Innings 230/10 All Out (Overs 49.5)
        Batsman                    Fieldsman                                         Bowler                         Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
        SR Tendulkar               lbw                                               b PAJ DeFreitas                  14  29  23  3  0
        SC Ganguly                 lbw                                               b PAJ DeFreitas                  14  40  29  2  0
        NS Sidhu                                                                     b PCR Tufnell                    25  57  36  2  0
        RJ Shastri                                                                   b CC Lewis                      102 154 123 13  1
        M Azharuddin*                                                                b PAJ DeFreitas                  21  52  39  1  0
        A Jadeja                   c MA Atherton                                     b IT Botham                      18  23  19  2  1
        Kapil Dev                  c MA Atherton                                     b ARC Fraser                      4   5   6  1  0
        KS More+                   c PAJ DeFreitas                                   b IT Botham                       0   4   2  0  0
        Chetan Sharma              c MA Atherton                                     b CC Lewis                       19  15  10  1  2
        A Kumble                   not out                                                                            11  10   8  2  0
        J Srinath                  lbw                                               b CC Lewis                        0   8   6  0  0
          extras                                                                     (b0 lb0 w0 nb2)                   2
        TOTAL                                                                        10 wickets for                  230
    
        FOW
        1-23(SR Tendulkar) 2-28(SC Ganguly) 3-83(NS Sidhu) 4-147(M Azharuddin)
        5-181(A Jadeja) 6-189(Kapil Dev) 7-190(KS More) 8-219(Chetan Sharma)
        9-222(RJ Shastri) 10-230(J Srinath)
    
        Bowler                   Overs Maid Runs Wkts
        ARC Fraser               9     1    44   1 
        PAJ DeFreitas            10    1    45   3 
        IT Botham                10    0    43   2 
        CC Lewis                 7.5   0    42   3 
        PCR Tufnell              10    0    44   1 
        GA Hick                  3     0    12   0 
     
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    India v England - One Day International - at Mumbai

    Atherton and Hussain put England on track before the loss of 3 quick wickets derailed their chase.
    Fairbrother and Ramprakash took time to be rebuild before some late hitting by Lewis cut the margin but India won with something to spare.
    The Indian seamers all bowled well making up for the lack of success of their spinners with Chetan Sharma the pick with 2-37.
    Ravi Shastri was named man of the match for his hundred despite his lack of success with the ball, his innings ensuring India always had enough runs.

    India won by 11 runs
    Man of the match: R.J.Shastri

    Code:
    England 1st Innings 219/6 Closed (Overs 50)
        Batsman                    Fieldsman                                         Bowler                         Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
        MA Atherton                                                                  b Chetan Sharma                  47  65  55  4  0
        AJ Stewart*+               c KS More                                         b J Srinath                       2  14   9  0  0
        N Hussain                  run out M Azharuddin/KS More                                                       41  78  49  4  0
        GA Hick                    lbw                                               b Kapil Dev                       2  22  24  0  0
        NH Fairbrother             not out                                                                            47 103  75  6  1
        MR Ramprakash              c KS More                                         b Kapil Dev                      24  51  46  4  0
        IT Botham                  c KS More                                         b Chetan Sharma                   5  13  11  0  0
        CC Lewis                   not out                                                                            48  29  34  8  0
        PAJ DeFreitas              dnb                                                                                 
        ARC Fraser                 dnb                                                                                 
        PCR Tufnell                dnb                                                                                 
          extras                                                                     (b0 lb0 w2 nb1)                   3
        TOTAL                                                                        6 wickets for                   219
    
        FOW
        1-9(AJ Stewart) 2-81(MA Atherton) 3-94(GA Hick) 4-95(N Hussain)
        5-144(MR Ramprakash) 6-151(IT Botham)
    
        Bowler                   Overs Maid Runs Wkts
        Kapil Dev                10    1    44   2 
        J Srinath                10    2    37   1 
        Chetan Sharma            10    2    37   2 
        A Kumble                 10    1    45   0 
        RJ Shastri               10    0    56   0 
    
     
  6. Dale88 Ed Smith

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    Standard England collapse there. Ideal...
     
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    Ashutosh has gone missing for now so let's turn this into a 5 match ODI series leading into a Test series while we wait for other managers to become active.

    Please name your XIs for the following match bearing in mind you both have a player injured for this match.

    India v England - 2nd ODI - at Delhi

    Pitch: 4 - Normal wicket
    Weather: 3 - Hot and sunny

    Injuries:
    S.C.Ganguly - 1 match
    A.J.Stewart - 1 match

    You may both add 3 players to your squads to cover for injuries given the extended nature of the series.
     
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    Please add 3 players from the following list to your squad for the 50 over series with England.
    Then name an XI for the 2nd ODI bearing in mind the injury to Ganguly.

    Indian reserve ODI players:

    K.Srikkanth
    W.V.Raman

    P.K.Amre
    V.G.Kambli

    A.K.Sharma

    S.L.V.Raju
    Maninder Singh

    S.T.Banerjee
    S.A.Ankola
     
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    Please add 3 players from the following list to your squad for the 50 over series with India.
    Then name an XI for the above match bearing in mind the injury to Stewart.

    England reserve ODI players:

    G.A.Gooch

    M.W.Gatting
    A.J.Lamb

    R.C.Russell (wk)
    S.J.Rhodes (wk)

    J.E.Emburey

    P.W.Jarvis
    M.P.Bicknell
    D.R.Pringle
    D.V.Lawrence
    G.C.Small
     
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    Please name an 18 man squad to tour Zimbabwe for a 3 Test series from the following players:

    Pakistan available Test players 1991/2:

    Saeed Anwar
    Shoaib Mohammad
    Rameez Raja
    Aamer Malik
    Zahid Fazal

    Ijaz Ahmed
    Saleem Malik
    Javed Miandad
    Asif Mujtaba

    Shahid Saeed
    Imran Khan

    Moin Khan (wk)

    Wasim Akram
    Waqar Younus
    Aaqib Javed
    Mohsin Kamal
    Saleem Jaffer
    Manzoor Elahi
    Naved Anjum

    Abdul Qadir
    Mushtaq Ahmed
    Tauseef Ahmed
    Akram Raza
     
  11. Dale88 Ed Smith

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    Adding;

    G.A.Gooch
    R.C.Russell (wk)
    J.E.Emburey

    XI for 2nd ODI

    :eng::bat:M. Atherton
    :eng::ar:I. Botham
    :eng::bat:N. Hussain:c:
    :eng::bat:G. Hick
    :eng::bat:M. Ramprakash
    :eng::bat:N. Fairbrother
    :eng::wkb:R.C.Russell (wk)
    :eng::ar:C. Lewis
    :eng::bwl:A.R.C.Fraser
    :eng::bwl:P. Tufnell
    :eng::bwl:P. DeFreitas
     
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    :ind: :bat: S.R.Tendulkar
    :ind: :bat: K.Srikkanth
    :ind: :ar: S.L.V.Raju
    :ind: :ar: R.J.Shastri
    :ind: :bat: M.Azharuddin :c:
    :ind: :ar: Kapil Dev
    :ind: :wkb: K.S.More
    :ind: :ar: A.Jadeja
    :ind: :bwl: A.Kumble
    :ind: :bwl: J.Srinath
    :ind: :bwl: Chetan Sharma
     
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  13. ahmedleo414 Associate Captain

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    18 man squad for Zimbabwe tests

    Saeed Anwar
    Shoaib Mohammad
    Rameez Raja
    Aamer Malik
    Zahid Fazal
    Ijaz Ahmed
    Saleem Malik
    Javed Miandad
    Imran Khan (c)
    Moin Khan (wk)
    Wasim Akram
    Waqar Younus
    Aaqib Javed
    Saleem Jaffer
    Manzoor Elahi
    Naved Anjum
    Abdul Qadir
    Mushtaq Ahmed
     
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  14. Slowcoach International Coach

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    India v England - 2nd One Day International - at Delhi - 1991/2

    Pitch: 4 - Normal wicket
    Weather: 5 - Hot and sunny
    Toss: India

    India won the toss and made a good fist of batting first, posting a total of 260 all out off 49.3 overs.
    England again had the satisfaction of bowling their opponents out, but the amount of runs conceded would bother them.
    Indian captain Mohammad Azharuddin top scored with a stroke filled 80, adding 78 for the 5th wicket with Kapil Dev who made 43.
    Angus Fraser took 4 wickets for England, bowling well at the death after Chris Lewis had done the early damage.
    Ian Botham had an off day with the ball in conceding 40 off 5 overs without a wicket.

    Code:
    India 1st Innings 260/10 All Out (Overs 49.3)
        Batsman                    Fieldsman                                         Bowler                         Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
        SR Tendulkar               lbw                                               b CC Lewis                       24  21  18  5  0
        K Srikkanth                                                                  b CC Lewis                       22  34  23  4  0
        RJ Shastri                 c RC Russell                                      b PCR Tufnell                    15  31  27  3  0
        M Azharuddin*              c MA Atherton                                     b ARC Fraser                     80 129  92 11  1
        A Jadeja                   c CC Lewis                                        b PAJ DeFreitas                  16  45  40  0  0
        Kapil Dev                  c IT Botham                                       b ARC Fraser                     43  61  52  6  0
        KS More+                   not out                                                                            28  37  22  7  0
        Chetan Sharma                                                                b PCR Tufnell                    18  18  11  2  1
        A Kumble                                                                     c&b CC Lewis                      7   7   9  1  0
        J Srinath                                                                    b ARC Fraser                      4   6   4  0  0
        SLV Raju                   lbw                                               b ARC Fraser                      0   2   1  0  0
          extras                                                                     (b1 lb0 w1 nb1)                   3
        TOTAL                                                                        10 wickets for                  260
    
        FOW
        1-35(SR Tendulkar) 2-54(K Srikkanth) 3-63(RJ Shastri) 4-125(A Jadeja)
        5-203(Kapil Dev) 6-203(M Azharuddin) 7-241(Chetan Sharma) 8-252(A Kumble)
        9-260(J Srinath) 10-260(SLV Raju)
    
        Bowler                   Overs Maid Runs Wkts
        ARC Fraser               9.3   1    52   4
        PAJ DeFreitas            9     1    50   1
        IT Botham                5     0    40   0
        CC Lewis                 10    1    43   3
        PCR Tufnell              10    1    54   2
        GA Hick                  5     0    17   0
        MR Ramprakash            1     0    3    0 
     
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    India v England - 2nd One Day International - at Delhi 1991/2

    England had promoted Botham to opener for this game and the gamble paid off, the veteran allrounder dominating an opening stand 132 with Atherton.
    Botham was eventually out for 71, but Atherton batted superbly to carry his bat for 132* and see his side to an 8 wicket victory.
    Though victory came in the last over, England had won with something to spare with all their batsmen looking in good touch.
    For the second match in a row the Indian spinners had struggled placing undue pressure on the seam attack to take wickets and this time it proved fatal.
    Victory to England sees the 5 match series fascinatingly poisted at 1-1 heading into the 3rd match in Bangalore.

    England won by 8 wickets
    Man of the Match: M.A.Atherton

    Code:
    England 1st Innings 262/2 Closed (Overs 49.1)
        Batsman                    Fieldsman                                         Bowler                         Runs Min Bls 4s 6s
        MA Atherton                not out                                                                           132 178 143 18  0
        IT Botham                  c A Jadeja                                        b Chetan Sharma                  71  97  89  9  2
        N Hussain*                 c M Azharuddin                                    b RJ Shastri                     27  41  34  4  0
        GA Hick                    not out                                                                            26  38  32  3  0
        MR Ramprakash              dnb                                                                                 
        NH Fairbrother             dnb                                                                                 
        RC Russell+                dnb                                                                                 
        CC Lewis                   dnb                                                                                 
        PAJ DeFreitas              dnb                                                                                 
        ARC Fraser                 dnb                                                                                 
        PCR Tufnell                dnb                                                                                 
          extras                                                                     (b3 lb0 w3 nb0)                   6
        TOTAL                                                                        2 wickets for                   262
    
        FOW
        1-132(IT Botham) 2-199(N Hussain)
    
        Bowler                   Overs Maid Runs Wkts
        Kapil Dev                7.1   0    44   0 
        J Srinath                10    0    38   0 
        Chetan Sharma            10    0    48   1 
        A Kumble                 4     0    36   0 
        SLV Raju                 7     0    37   0 
        RJ Shastri               10    1    48   1 
        SR Tendulkar             1     0    8    0 
    
    
     
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