We dig into how Bangladesh are looking in front of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, as they will endeavor to proceed with their propensity for annoying the enormous young men.
Ways they can win it
Quarter-finalists in 2015, and Champions Trophy semi-finalists in England two years back, Bangladesh are an unfathomably improved 50-over outfit. Tamim Iqbal is a standout amongst the most dependable ODI openers around, Mustafizur ‘The Fizz’ Rahman is a sensationally skilled, if damage inclined, left-arm seamer, and turn bowling all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan includes a sprinkle of stardust. All that stated, they by and large battle abroad. Semi-last capability would be a noteworthy stun.
Bad dream situation
Given their advancement of ongoing years, the wooden spoon would be a huge in reverse advance.
Group educator: Mashrafe Mortaza
Presently into his nineteenth year as a universal cricketer, Mortaza is the insightful old head in a generally energetic squad. Junior individuals from the gathering acknowledge their captain for ingraining the certainty that has prompted the scalps of India, South Africa and Pakistan as of late.
Distraught canine: Sabbir Rahman
With penetrating blue eyes and a characteristic antipathy for power, Sabbir is the wildchild of Bangladeshi cricket. His rap sheet incorporates a physical on-field quarrel with colleague Mehidy Hasan, ambushing a fan amid a household installation, undermining a supporter via web-based networking media and accepting a fine for breaking check in time and taking a female visitor to his lodging. The inconsistent right-hander was given a six-month restriction from worldwide cricket a year ago and made a triumphant return against New Zealand in February, hitting his first global century in his 109th match.
Our next most loved player: Liton Das
Das had a stunning begin to his ODI profession, averaging 14 from 17 matches, and after that, apparently all of a sudden, hit 121 out of an aggregate of 222 in the Asia Cup last thrashing to India last September. The nature of the thump clarified why the selectors had continued with him. Matured 24, Das is still unpleasant around the edges yet he is the kind of dashing strokemaker that Bangladesh have attempted to create.
Powerless connection (by CricViz)
Bangladesh battle for oomph in the batting division. Since the 2017 Champions Trophy, they have scored at simply 5.01rpo, the second slowest of any World Cup side, in front of just Afghanistan*.
Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Liton Das, Mehidy Hasan, Shakib Al Hasan, Mosaddek Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Tamim Iqbal, Abu Jayed, Mahmudullah, Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mustafizur Rahman, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Soumya Sarkar.