Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka-1st Test-Today Match Prediction, Which can held on Jan 31, 2018, Wednesday at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong and the match begins at 03:30 AM GMT / 09:30 AM local time.
Bangladesh are depending on their spin force led by veteran Abdur Razzaq to ship the opening punch towards Sri Lanka in the first of two Tests beginning Wednesday. Razzaq, 35, was the third spinner added to the squad for the match in Chittagong after skipper and star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan was ruled out with a finger injury. Uncapped left-arm orthodox spinner Sunzumul Islam and leg-spinner Tanbir Hayder are also part of the 16-man squad to be led by Mahmudullah Riyad.
Razzak, who played the final of his 12 Tests against West Indies in 2014, is determined to show that the selectors made the right name. “Shakib is the most effective participant, not simply in our group (however) he’s also the best all-rounder on the earth,” Razzak informed reporters in Chittagong on Monday. “It’s troublesome to replace him because you might want to choose a bowler and batsman in his place and still there is no assure that they will perform equally good. “I’ll attempt to play my regular game with out trying anything extraordinary,” the left-arm spinner stated.
Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka-1st Test-Today Match Prediction
Who Will Win The Toss Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka:-Bangladesh
Who Will Win The Match Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka:-Bangladesh
Bangladesh have been a dominant house side after registering memorable Test wins against England and Australia in the 2016-17 season. But their solely Check win towards Sri Lanka came of their landmark 100th Check in Colombo, when the guests drew the two-match sequence 1-1. Sri Lanka, led by Dinesh Chandimal, are upbeat after their latest triumph within the tri-series one-day international match. They beat Bangladesh in Dhaka on Saturday. They will even search inspiration from their 2-Zero Check conquer Pakistan within the UAE final 12 months. However Sri Lanka even have a spot to fill after veteran all-rounder Angelo Mathews was dominated out of the first game due to injury. Manager Asanka Gurusinha confirmed that the group would not seek a replacement for Mathews. Bangladesh and Lanka have so far played 18 Tests against each other, with Sri Lanka winning 15 of them.