Bangladesh versus India, Asia Cup 2018 final match?
Bangladesh defeated Pakistan by 37 runs in Abu Dhabi and started a title fight with India in the Asia Cup 2018 final. The Dubai International Cricket Stadium will be the venue for the match on September 28. Live broadcast is scheduled to begin at 3:30 pm local time.
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At the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, the bowlers got more support from the wicket during the first round of the play. Apart from this, four out of the last five games (excepting the Tuesday and Tuesday encounter between India and Afghanistan) won by the first ball played at the ground. So toss is going to be a big factor here and the team that won it on Friday is likely to be in most areas.
Indian vs. BAn Head to Head
India and Bangladesh have played 33 one-day internationals against each other in the past, out of which 28 out of 28 and only 5 have won.
India has defeated Bangladesh seven times in the last 9 one-dayers, including three recently played.
India defeated Bangladesh by seven wickets while the two countries faced each other in the first Asia Cup Super Four game. Selecting the first field, India dismissed their opponents for 173 runs and then hit their target within 37 years.
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IND WILL WIN
India vs. Bangladesh Predictions
India and Bangladesh are constantly heading to head-to-head in the second Asia Cup final. Earlier, a win was won by eight wickets when these two countries met in the 2016 edition which was played in the T20
Bangladesh had been demolished in the first reverse encounter in the Super Four Round and heavy memories would still be fresh in their memories. He is also without his star player Shakib Al Hasan and his absence will put extra pressure on Mushfikur Rahim in the middle order. On the other hand, after experimenting with India in the last game against Afghanistan, India will return to its full strength.
However, the middle-order batting of India has not been very consistent and Afghanistan has clearly highlighted the concerns. Bangladesh has a powerful bowling attack, and if they are able to enter their top order fast, they will give themselves a big chance to make a pin for the mat. Whatever has been said, in both aspects of the game of India, both parties are superior and we predict that they will successfully defend their title.