ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Super 12 Group 1 England vs Bangladesh Match Prediction

Oct 27, 2021

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ENGLAND VS BANGLADESH MATCH PREVIEW: England had the dream start to their world cup tournament campaign, as they shattered defensive champions West Indies’ batting line up for a score of fifty-five, winning the match by six wickets. Though England losing four wickets chasing a score of fifty-six is worrying for the English team. Adil Rashid was on fire when playing against West Indies, as he picked up four wickets, giving away simply two runs in his 2.2 overs. Tymal Mills & Moeen Ali picked up two wickets, Woakes & Jordan picked up one scalp each. All English bowlers picked up wickets that may be sensibly a good sign.  Bangladesh, on the other hand, was defeated in their first match against Sri Lanka. For Bangladesh, Mahomet Naim & Mushfiqur Rahim looked in good touch as they scored 62(52) & 57*(37) respectfully, as they scored a total of 171/4 against Sri Lanka. Bangladesh bowling although did not look as effective. Experienced all rounder Shakib Al Hasan picked up two wickets and Nasum Ahmed picked up two, whereas Saifuddin picked up one wicket. However, the bowling unit couldn’t defend a score of 171 after picking a wicket in the first over, and three fast wickets in the ninth and tenth over.  MATCH DETAILS Match – England vs Bangladesh – Match twenty Venue – Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi Time – 03:30 PM IST, 10:00 AM GMT PITCH REPORT A competitive track beckons at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium with help on offer for both the batters and bowlers. The new ball should do a bit, keeping the batters on their toes. They’ll look to bide their time in the middle before going big, a ploy that will be used more often than not during this T20 world cup tournament. Back-of-a-length and off-pace deliveries are crucial towards the backend of the innings, with each team likely to bat first upon winning the toss. 150-160 should be par at this venue, with the pitch unlikely to change a lot throughout the game. WEATHER FORECAST On Wednesday, the highest temperatures in United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi will be 32°C. The humidity will be around 55%. HEAD-TO-HEAD RECORDS England and Bangladesh are to face one another in T20Is. Average score: 141 (53 T20Is in Abu Dhabi) Record of Chasing teams: Won – 29 Lost – 24 Tied – 0 PROBABLE ENJOYING XIS ENGLAND
  • Jos Buttler (wk.)
  • Jason Roy
  • Dawid Malan
  • Eoin Morgan (c)
  • Jonny Bairstow
  • Liam Livingstone
  • Moeen Ali
  • Chris Woakes
  • Chris Jordan
  • Adil Rashid
  • Tymal Mills
  • Mark Wood
  • David Willey
  • Sam Billings
  • Tom Curran
  • Mohammad Naim
  • Liton Das
  • Shakib Al Hasan
  • Mushfiqur Rahim
  • Mahmudullah (c)
  • Afif Hossain
  • Nurul Hasan (wk.)
  • Mahedi Hasan
  • Mahomet Saifuddin
  • Nasum Ahmed
  • Mustafizur Rahman
  • Taskin Ahmed
  • Sharif Islam
  • Shamim Hossain
  • Soumya Sarkar
PROBABLE BEST BATTER OF THE MATCH JOS BUTTLER (ENGLAND) Jos Buttler has been a brute force for England in limited-overs cricket at the top of the order for quite a few years. He scored a powerful half-century in one of the warmup matches. Even against the West Indies, he smashed 3 fours on his way to a score in the 20s. The Bangladesh bowlers can’t afford to let him settle into a rhythm. MOHAMMAD NAIM: Mahomet Naim has been a breath of contemporary air for Bangladesh at the top of the order, particularly with Liton Das not capable of getting alongside him. He’s equally comfy against pace and spin, which should hold him in an insensitive office before this fixture. PROBABLE BEST BOWLER OF THE MATCH SHAKIB AL HASAN (BANGLADESH) Shakib Al Hasan has been in stupendous form with the ball in hand in the current edition of the T20 world cup tournament. The Magura-born cricketer is the leading wicket-taker of the tournament, having picked up eleven wickets from four matches. He additionally got 2 wickets against Sri Lanka; however, his efforts went in vain. Shakib can’t afford to drop his guard if Bangladesh hopes to make a comeback. MUSTAFIZUR RAHMAN: Mustafizur Rahman has gone wicketless in his last 2 outings in the ICC T20 World cup. However, he remains Bangladesh’s best bet with the ball given his death-bowling skills and his clever variations, which should serve him well during this fixture. TOP PICKS WICKETKEEPER JONNY BAIRSTOW: Jonny Bairstow did not get an opportunity to show why he’s a better batter than the rest during this tournament against West Indies. With Bangladesh’s bowling attack consisting of a minimum of 2 spinners, Bairstow’s role of being the hatchet man against spinners makes him a good choice for your England vs Bangladesh top pick. ALL-ROUNDER MOEEN ALI: Moeen Ali put simply is a man-of-the-match performance in England’s win over West Indies last week. Just like the West Indies, Bangladesh even has some left-handers in the top order, which can force Morgan’s hand into deploying Moeen’s off-spin early in the innings. Adding his batting art makes him a good pick in your ENG vs BAN top picks with Shakib Al Hasan MATCH PREDICTION Here are the cases for who can win today’s T20 Super twelve – Match twenty, England vs Bangladesh Match Prediction. Case 1: If England bat initial First Innings score prediction: England can score 160-170 Result prediction: England can win the match by 20-30 runs Case 2: If Bangladesh bat initial First Innings score prediction: Bangladesh can score 120-130 Result prediction: England can win the match by five wickets TOSS PREDICTION: The teams may like bowling first when winning the toss because the slowness of the surface makes it higher once knowing the target. ENGLAND VS BANGLADESH MATCH PREDICTION: England has the top hitters and a good bowling attack that is nice for the balance. Therefore, they might be the favorites to win this game. TODAY’S MATCH PREDICTION: ENGLAND TO WIN THE MATCH.
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