With India’s defeat against England in the ICC World Cup 2019, the path to semi-finals has become difficult for Bangladesh but they still have a chance and for that they need to defeat India on Tuesday.
On the other hand, India haven’t been affected much by the loss against England but the team will be eager to amend their mistakes and get back to winnings ways.
Both sides have players that have shone brightly in the ongoing World Cup and for the Dream11 Captain, the top three picks are as follows:
The Indian skipper hasn’t scored a big knock in this tournament yet but everytime he has walked at the crease he seemed destined to score a mountain of runs.
He is scoring fifties nonchalantly but has been unable to break the barrier of a hundred. Can he make it a big one against Bangladesh?
Batting average in 2019: 58.41
Total number of runs in 2019: 993
Batting average in England: 57.04
Total number of runs in England: 1255
Batting average against Bangladesh: 81.75
Total number of runs against Bangladesh: 654
The Indian pace bowler has been a revelation so far in this World Cup. After warming the benches, he started the tournament with a bang by claiming a hat-trick, then rocked Windies and in the previous game claimed a five wicket haul on a batting friendly surface.
In just three games he has become India’s leading wicket-taker in this World Cup and his red hot form means he is sure to earn more wickets.
Bowling average in 2019: 19.59
Total number of wickets in 2019: 32
Bowling average in England: 13.19
Total number of wickets in England: 21
Bowling average against Bangladesh: 14.50
Total number of wickets against Bangladesh: 6
The man of this tournament so far, Shakib Al Hasan has scored two hundreds, three fifties and has taken one five wicket haul. He has been outstanding in all departments and will be the number one threat for India.
Batting average in 2019: 102.66
Batting average in England: 55.91
Total number of runs in England: 671
Batting average against India:35
Total wickets in 2019: 12
Total wickets against India: 18