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Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka ICC World Cup 2019 match is going to be played at the County Ground, Bristol. Sri Lanka’s match against Pakistan had to be abandoned in Bristol and the weather forecast for the match against Bangladesh is not very good either.
There is a lot of rain forecast and we just have to hope for a gap long enough to be able to get some play. At best, a rain-affected and shortened match is going to be possible.
Individual Team Winning Percentage: Top Order Analysis:Middle Order Analysis:Top Order and Middle Order Analysis:Top bowlers Analysis:
Some World Cup Schedules are harder than others and there is no doubt that Bangladesh had to face some tough teams in its first three matches at the ICC World Cup 2019. Now, Sri Lanka is the first team against which Bangladesh would go as the favorite to win.
Bangladesh has impressed everyone with their batting in the tournament so far.
There are some holes in the batting performances. As the middle order does not have the power that some of the other teams possess.
Against, Sri Lanka, we expect the Bangladeshi batsmen to do much better.
Sri Lanka does not have any express fast bowlers to trouble the Bangladeshis and there is no world class spinner in their ranks either.
The Bangladeshi bowling has also been pretty good so far. All the bowlers have been disciplined apart.
Top 3 batsman Bangladesh
Top 3 Middle Order Bangladesh
Top 3 Bowler Bangladesh
Mushfiqur Rahim (wk)
Shakib Al Hasan (VC)
Shakib Al Hasan (VC)
Mohammad Mithun (wk)
Considered to be the weakest team in the CWC 2019 by many experts, Sri Lanka has a point to prove in this match.
In contrast to the settled and experienced Bangladesh side, the Sri Lankan side ended up making a lot of changes just ahead of the ICC World Cup 2019.
There is no good spinner in the side and once the new ball is done with, the opposition can score runs against them at will.
The only way for Sri Lanka to win this match is going to be through a superior batting performance.
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Bangladesh have come down to earth with a bump and how sore their confidence is will be exposed in this match. A success over South Africa in their opener gave them hopes of a surprise semi-final surge, one which two games later has fizzled out.
Against New Zealand they battled hard but were ultimately outclassed. A late Kiwi wobble flattered them. And then they ran into England on a belter of a batting wicket and had no answers. Only Shakib-al-Hasan stepped up with a second-innings half-century.
The core is there. Shakib, of course, leads the way with bat and ball, but Tamim Iqbal is a good firestarter up front, Mushfiqur Rahman has solid middle-order credentials and there is a pace and spin threat in the form of Mashrafe Mortaza and Mustafizur Rahman and Mehedi Hasan respectively. Against a team like Sri Lanka that core strength should be enough.
Sorry Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka are surely making up the numbers in this tournament and yet they found themselves in the top four before India’s win over Australia at The Oval on Sunday. A current placing of fifth spot looks far too high for them.
They have been hammered by New Zealand, squeezed out a victory over Afghanistan who lost their nerve at a crucial time in a low chase and were handed one point thanks to the weather in Bristol washing out prospects of play against Pakistan.
That, in time, could prove to be a disaster for Pakistan’s qualification hopes. We expect all genuine semi-final contenders to take two off this lot.
They are reliant on Lasith Malinga’s magic at the death, muscle from Thisara Perera and the mercurial talents of Angelo Mathews and Kusal Mendis. Had they picked their best squad for this tournament – they left at home Niroshan Dickewella and Dinesh Chandimal and handed the captaincy to Dimruth Karunaratne who hadn’t played an ODI for four years – we might sound more positive.
The batting has serious issues. Against Afghanistan they collapsed from 144 for one to 201 all out.