Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: Mirpur Pitch Report, Team India’s Record at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium

Updated on: Dec 7, 2022 10:28 am IST

  • Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI

    Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: The Indian men are set to face Bangladesh on Wednesday (December 7) at 11:30 AM (IST). It’s the second match of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series and will be played at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

    Bangladesh, earlier, won the first ODI at the same venue on December 4, to lead the series 1-0. Considering the upcoming 50-over Cricket World Cup 2023 in India, Bangladesh will be aiming to continue their victorious run.

    On the other hand, India will be looking to level the series. The side previously lost the first game with disappointing performances in all three departments.

    As the Bangladesh vs India contest is at the edge, here’s Mirpur’s pitch report and more.

    Bangladesh vs India 2nd ODI: Mirpur Pitch Report, Team India’s Record at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium

    It’s a balanced pitch at Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium to say but is better suited for pacers.
    Based on the last five ODI games played at the venue, the average first innings score has been around 225, and the average total score varied around 201. 80% of the toss-winning captains opted to bat first. And, 60% of the teams won the game while batting first.
    Since 2015, the Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium has hosted 32 ODIs. And, India have played four ODIs at this particular venue.

    Team India’s record at the Sher-E-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur:

    No. 

    Match  Result  Year 
    1  Bangladesh vs India  Bangladesh won by 79 runs 

    2015 

    2 

    Bangladesh vs India  Bangladesh won by 6 wickets  2015 
    3  Bangladesh vs India  India won by 77 runs 

    2015 

    4 

    Bangladesh vs India  Bangladesh won by 1 wicket 

    2022 

    Bangladesh attain thrilling win in first ODI

    Earlier, in the first ODI, with the help of KL Rahul’s knock of 73 runs in 70 balls, India posted a relatively low total of 186 runs. Bangladesh bowlers Shakib Al Hasan and Ebadot Hossain picked up five and four wickets, respectively.

    In response, the Bangladeshi skipper Litton Das scored 41 runs in 63 balls. Although, in the end, Mehidy Hasan Miraz’s 38-run cameo aided Bangladesh to win the game by merely a wicket. Meanwhile, pacer Mohammed Siraj was the highest wicket-taker for India, as he captured three dismissals.

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