Australia, Bangladesh face off in must-win affair

Australia, Bangladesh face off in must-win affair


Australia, Bangladesh face off in must-win affair

Events on and around the London Bridge on Saturday night did not affect the Champions Trophy, despite the fact that the oval is 4 km away. Australia and Bangladesh have formed both Sunday before their Group A meeting Monday 5 June, both teams claiming they are comfortable with the current safety devices. However, the incident should suspend the game.

In fact, it is a need agreement for both teams. While Australia has escaped their encounter with New Zealand with a point after the rain has resisted them, the defeat against Bangladesh leave their country in a precarious situation. And having lost their first game of England, Bangladesh need four points in their two matches. It was only the fifth day of the tournament, but there are no mistakes.

For all the improvements in Bangladesh in the last three years, Australia is the natural favorite for this game. And yet there could be two leveling factors.

First, the game will play in the same field that was used in South Africa’s victory over Sri Lanka on Saturday. It was not the sort of hype paradise in which Bangladesh pitchers fought against England, and after further drying, assistance should be provided to slower players and spinners. Australia is not known for its ability to calm down its instincts by attacking in such situations and was discovered more than once.

Second, rain must occur at night, which could make launching a key factor. If Bangladesh can take advantage of this situation and preferable conditions, they could close the gap between the two teams and create the kind of memorable victory as captain Mashrafe Mortaza was in Cardiff in 2005.

Before they can do it, they will find a better balance on their side – in the opening tournament on Thursday, their fifth-off injured while England left the game.

When: June 5, 2017 at 1:30 pm local time; 18:00 IST

Where: The Oval, London

What to expect: in South Africa’s victory Sri Lanka in the advanced tests Saturday were appeared within the opening 10 of the game and the general consensus was that 280 was probably a perfect score. The same step will be used for this game, so it should be even drier and slower. Both teams would do well to learn from the way South Africa has evaluated conditions and adapted. Meanwhile, time is a big concern – It is expected that afternoon showers and seem to affect the second half of the game.

News of the teams:

Australia: Steven Smith side probably should find a way to follow Adam Zampa on the side, with places John Hastings and Pat Cummins on the under pressure side. Otherwise, it is unlikely that there will be changes, hoping Smith will improve the performance of an opening game in which he admitted that they were “rusty.”

Probably XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith (c), Moises Henriques, Glenn Maxwell, Travis Head, Matthew Wade (without), Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood

Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza has given considerable attention to the composition of his side after the decision to exclude a special player for a hitter against England in the back. It seems likely that they see and present the additional spin-out expenses of Imrul Kayes and Sabbir Rahman Mehedi Hasan.

Probably XI: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes / Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim (without), Mahmudullah, Shakib Al Hasan, Mosaddek Hossain, Mehedi Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

Statistics and facts:

– Australia and Bangladesh did not play in an ODI since April 2011. The World Cup match in 2015 was eliminated without a bullet being launched.

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