Who Will Win India vs Bangladesh, 6th Match ICC Champions Trophy Warm up matches, 2017 Today Match Prediction, Which can held on May 30, 2017, Tuesday at Kennington Oval, London and the match begins at 10.30AM there local time.
With the ICC Champions Trophy slated to begin from 1 June in England and Wales, defending champions India and Bangladesh will look to test their strengths
and weaknesses after they face one another on 30 Could in a warm-up game. Bangladesh lost their warm-up recreation in opposition to Pakistan whereas India defeated New Zealand snug on Sunday below the Duckworth-Lewis technique in a rain-infested match.
Having missed the first warm-up against New Zealand, Rohit Sharma will purpose to get some batting
follow on the opening position after having batted down the order in the IPL.
Rohit Sharma has an opportunity to acclimatise to English situations after reaching late on Sunday. There is a chance for Yuvraj Singh to get some recreation time ahead of the main occasion. Indian bowlers had a very good work out within the warm-up game against New Zealand however the batting has not been tested but.
Who Will Win India vs Bangladesh, 6th Match ICC Champions Trophy Warm up matches, 2017 Today Match Prediction
India Will Win
With Ajinkya Rahane failing as an opener within the first warm-up recreation, even the remotest ideas of
a change at the high, if there was one at all, won’t be entertained by the crew management.
Kohli, after a well-compiled half-century within the first recreation, would prefer one other good hit out there within the center together
with Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who regarded spectacular throughout his temporary stint.
It’s still not clear if Yuvraj Singh, recovering from a bout of viral fever will be accessible tomorrow or not. The veteran also wants some batting follow forward of the Pakistan recreation.
The skipper would also like to provide Kedar Jadhav an opportunity to get a decent hit on the market within the center,
Bangladesh has been a really respectable facet in 50-overs cricket. A testimony to that was their quarter-final end through the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
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