BanglaDesh vs Australia live match,

BanglaDesh vs Australia live match,

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BanglaDesh vs Australia live match,

Australia will take on Bangladesh in the Super 12 match of Group 1 of the ICC T20 World Cup in Dubai on Thursday.

He will have to beat Bangladesh on November 6 and then the West Indies to keep his qualification hopes alive. And yet, its fate depends on tournament favorites England, who beat South Africa on Saturday.

South Africa’s dominant win over Bangladesh has made it a serious contender for a place in the semi-finals from Group 1, while Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are now out of the race.

Bangladesh are at the bottom of the points table with four defeats on bounce. Shakib Al Hasan’s hamstring injury – which knocked him out of the tournament – made matters worse. In the last match against the fast attack of South Africa, Bangladesh’s batting was short. The bowlers took early wickets and tried to make it a fist but the target of 85 was never met.

Australia, meanwhile, has its own problems. Its poor net run rate (-0.627) is a barrier. And against England, Glenn Maxwell batted at No. 4 after two quick wickets. In doing so, Australia exposed their best hitter to a furious British attack. Marcus Stones or Matthew Wade – who has previously ruled out swing in the top order – could be promoted to bowl out. Mitchell Marsh, who was dropped to include Ashton Eger in the clash with England, could return against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh can replace Naseem Ahmed with Mustafizur Rehman. Taskin Ahmed bowled brilliantly against South Africa for 18 runs and took 2 wickets.

Rangana Herath, Bangladesh’s spin bowling coach, is optimistic despite his team’s poor run. “As a professional, we need to come back strong. We have to play another game. We need to maintain a winning mindset and build confidence to win. We need a bungalow,” he said on Wednesday. We have to think about the way forward for national cricket, “he said on Wednesday.

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