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India, after tasting their first defeat of World Cup 2019, will take on Bangladesh at Edgbaston in Birmingham on Tuesday and will be eyeing to book a place in semi-finals with a win. Bangladesh, who has impressed everyone by punching above their weight in the World Cup 2019, can’t afford to lose any of their two remaining matches. Bangladesh has seven points from seven matches and is currently seventh in the World Cup points table while India, with 11 points, are placed second. Shakib Al Hasan has performed consistently with both bat and ball for Bangladesh and is third in the leading run-scorers list. Indian opener Rohit Sharma has been in excellent form and has scored three centuries in just six innings.
Both teams would want their star players to deliver once again in the crucial game. India suffered a blow before the match as Vijay Shankar was ruled out of World Cup 2019 due to a toe injury. Mayank Agarwal, who made his Test debut in Australia last year, is likely to replace Shankar in the squad. (LIVE SCORECARD)
World Cup 2019 Match Today, Live Score Updates Between India vs Bangladesh, Straight from Edgbaston, Birmingham.
The match will be telecast on the Star Sports network in both standards as well as HD format, with live streaming on Hotstar. You can also catch the live score and update From Daily Result BD
Bangladesh Team Players: Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mehidy Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Mohammad Mithun, Abu Jayed, Mosaddek Hossain
Cricket World Cup 2019 Bangladesh vs India streaming, live score and updates:
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A double strike from Kuldeep
If Babar Azam was big, this is even bigger, it’s Fakhar Zaman. Excellent from Kuldeep. He beat Zaman in the previous delivery and then slips it further up, Zaman tries to play the sweep shot but the turn does him in. He gets a top edge that lands safely in the hands of Chahal. India are right back on top.
PREVIEW: Outplayed and outclassed by England on an opening day, Faf du Plessis and South Africa can make amends at the Oval on Sunday (June 2) against Bangladesh, who are currently on a high having recently won the tri-series involving West Indies and Ireland.
The Proteas were hoping to slip under the radar with the focus being solely on the favorites at the World Cup, but the meek surrender on Thursday has meant their backs are against the wall.
The lengthy nature of the 10-team group stage, in which each country plays nine matches and the top four make the semi-finals, gives South Africa time to recover, a point du Plessis was keen to emphasize to his players.
“You’re going to come up against quality opposition at the World Cup. For me, it’s about making sure we look at the areas that we got it wrong and just move on,” du Plessis said.
Bangladesh, who in previous World Cups have enjoyed upsetting the apple cart, have made considerable progress since their 2015 quarter-final finish and will look to improve on that.
Keeping in mind the recent collapse, Faf and co will be relieved they don’t have to contend with a Jofra Archer-like situation on Sunday, however Bangladesh with Mustafizur Rahman, Mashrafe Mortaza, Shakib Al Hasan won’t be pushovers in helpful conditions.
Mortaza, who himself is in a race against time after suffering a hamstring strain against India, will not only need some luck but also his batsmen to show grit and ability to adapt against the likes of Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and Imran Tahir, all of whom can do irreparable damage individually.
Tamim Iqbal did not play against India due to a thigh strain got hit on his hand during a nets session but is expected to be fit for the match, while Dale Steyn remains unavailable for the Proteas.
The Oval is likely to aid the bowlers a little with the new ball and both sides will look to make a telling impact early on.
India finish with 336/5
A good last over Mohammad Amir, only 9 runs coming from it. Pakistan did pull things back a little towards the end but India will be mighty pleased with 336 on the board. One would have to say, the rain delay did hurt the momentum of the Indian batsmen.