T20 World Cup
The first edition of the ICC U-19 Women’s T20 World Cup is underway. The group stage of the World Cup has already ended, and the super six rounds started on January 21 and will finish on January 25. Out of the 16 teams, 12 teams qualified for the next stages. These 12 teams are divided into two groups. And they will fight to proceed to the semifinals. The article will provide the Women’s Under-19 World Cup 2023’s super six-stage preview. ICC U-19 Women’s T20 World Cup: Super Six Stage Group 1 Preview The top three point holders of Group A and Group D will compete for the semifinal in Super Six group 1. The six teams are India, Bangladesh, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the United Arab Emirates. All the Group 1 matches will start at 1:45 PM local time in South Africa or 5:45 PM in Bangladesh time. India vs Australia: January 21 The teams will meet on January 21 at North-West University No1 Ground, Potchefstroom, for the first Super Six match. It will take place at 5:45 PM Bangladesh time. The Indian under-19 Women’s national cricket team began their World Cup campaign on a strong note, successfully navigating the group stage without a single defeat. They emerged at the top of Group D’s standings, earning six points and boasting a net run rate of +4.039. Read More: Women's U-19 World Cup Super Six: Bangladesh lose to South Africa by 5 wickets On the other hand, The Australian team faced a surprising defeat against Bangladesh in the tournament’s opening match. However, they quickly rebounded by winning consecutive games, earning second place in the standings with four points and a net run rate of +3.015. They now face a challenging task as they go up against a well-performed Indian squad in their first match of the Super Six stage. But, the match will surely be competitive as both teams have some talented batters and bowlers. Bangladesh vs South Africa: January 21 Bangladesh entered the Super Six after beating Australia, Sri Lanka, and the United States with a burst of self-confidence in batting, bowling, fielding, and body language. The next opponent today is South Africa. The game will start at 5:45 PM Bangladesh time at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom. If Bangladesh defeats the hosts today, then surely there will be no more difficult obstacles to reaching the semifinals. South Africa, on the other hand, lost one group-stage match against India. Apart from this, they had a great overall performance. But, they might fall behind in front of Bangladesh’s confidence. South Africa has a strong bowling lineup as they have stopped UAE and Scotland under 70 runs. Hence, Bangladesh might have to be careful against South Africa. Read More: ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup 2023: How Far Can Bangladesh Go? India vs Sri Lanka: January 22 This match will take place on January 22 at 5:45 PM Bangladesh time at Senwes Park, Potchefstroom. India is a top favorite of this Women’s U19 World Cup. As per their group stage performance, it is expected that they will reach the semifinal without any obstacles. India’s tremendous batting and bowling lineup have the capability to beat Sri Lanka. However, Sri Lanka’s batting lineup is comparatively weaker than India’s. Out of their three-group stage matches, Sri Lanka has won only one match, that too against the USA. So, there is a great chance that India’s U 19 Women will dominate over Sri Lanka. United Arab Emirates vs Australia: January 23 UAE and Australia will meet on January 23 at Senwes Park. Comparing their recent performance, Australia won three matches in the last five matches. On the other hand, UAE won only one match, which was their first World Cup match against Scotland. So, it is predictable that UAE has little chance of beating Australia. Read More: India take 2-0 series lead with ODI win over New Zealand Australia has been having a good run in the World Cup except for the only loss against Bangladesh. Other than that, Australia has a good bowling lineup. As we have seen, they destroyed Sri Lanka and all out in 51 runs. Also, they stopped the USA in 64 runs. So, Australia will surely beat the UAE. South Africa vs Sri Lanka: January 24 This will be the second match for both teams. Regardless of their Super Six’s first-match performance, it can be said that South Africa’s winning chance is great here. South African bowlers such as Miane Smit and Madison Landsman may make it difficult for Sri Lanka to have a big score. United Arab Emirates vs Bangladesh: January 25 UAE reached the Super Six stage with a win against Scotland. And the team has lost the other two matches against India and South Africa. As per the recent performance in the Women’s U19 T20 World Cup, the Bangladesh cricket team is way stronger than the Arab Emirates. Hence, Bangladesh’s chance to win the game is huge. On top of that, Bangladesh’s strong bowling and batting lineup will surely dominate UAE. Read More: BCB announces new national contract for 2023 Women’s Under-19 T20 World Cup: Super Six Stage Group 2 Preview The top three teams of Group B and Group C will compete for the semifinal in Super Six group 1. The six teams are New Zealand, England, Pakistan, West Indies, Ireland, and Rwanda. All the Group 2 matches will start at 1:45 PM local time in South Africa except the January 21 matches. The Group 2 matches on January 21 will begin at 10 AM local time in South Africa or 2 PM Bangladesh time. Rwanda vs New Zealand: January 21 As expected, New Zealand has stopped Rwanda from under a hundred runs. Rwanda scored 96 runs in 20 overs, losing 7 wickets. On the other hand, New Zealand scored 99 runs in 16.1 overs and with the match by f wickets. So, it is an easy win for New Zealand. Ireland vs England: January 21 While writing this article, Ireland vs England match was underway. And England earned a big score of 207 runs by losing only two wickets. Grace Scrivens scored 93 runs in 56 balls. It was expected that England would win the match with a big difference. The English team won the match by 121 runs as they stopped Ireland by 86 runs. Read More: BCB announces new national contract for 2023 West Indies vs Rwanda: January 22 In their group stage, West Indies had some big innings against Ireland and Indonesia. However, they had a poor performance against New Zealand, and West Indies became all out in 19.2 overs and scored 68 runs only. So, given the fact that the West Indies can perform well against a weaker team. Hence, They have a huge chance to win with a big difference against Rwanda. Pakistan vs Ireland: January 23 Pakistan reached the Super Six by winning two games in their group stage. On the other hand, Ireland was in third place in group C. Pakistan’s only loss came against England. But they got an easy win against Zimbabwe and a competitive win against Rwanda. Read More: BPL 2023: Shakib continues to shine with the bat as Barishal beat Dhaka Oh, the other hand, Ireland’s only win came against Indonesia. And it has been seen that Ireland could not perform well against a strong team. Hence, Pakistan’s winning probability is higher here. New Zealand vs Pakistan: January 24 There is no doubt that the match will be highly competitive as both teams have a strong batting and bowling lineup. Pakistani batters such as Eyman Fatima and Syeda Aroob Shah can make a difference, while bowlers such as Anosha Nasir will surely put her maximum effort. On the other hand, Anna Browning might hit a big score for New Zealand. New Zealand is unbeaten so far in the tournament. And they were consistent in the group stage. It is expected that New Zealand will reach the final with an unbeaten streak. Read More: BPL 2023: Joy guides Khulna to 2nd victory. England vs West Indies: January 25 This is the last match of Super Six group 2. After a big win against Ireland, England’s net run rate is 4.775, which will surely help them to reach the semifinal. However, a win against West Indies will certainly lead them to the Semifinal. Comparing their past performance, England is clearly ahead of the West Indies. English has an incredible batting lineup, while West Indies contains an average lineup. Hence, Liberty Heap, Niamh Holland, and Grace Scrivens will surely help England to have a big score. Given the fact of both teams’ performances, England will surely win the match. How Will the Teams Go to The Semifinals? The top two teams from each group will go to the semifinals by combining the points from the group stage and the points from the Super Six stage. However, if more than one team is tied on points in the Super Six phase, the highest number of wins in this group will be considered first. In that case, teams like Bangladesh and India, which have two wins in the group stage, will have an added advantage. Read More: BPL 2023: Comilla continue on winning run However, the situation is such that two teams cannot be separated by the number of wins alone in most cases. In that case, the net run rate will be considered. Final Words The top team from one group of the super six will face the runners-up of the other group in the semifinals. So, it is predicted that India, Australia, New Zealand, and England will proceed from the ICC Under-19 Women’s T20 World Cup's Super Six round to the semifinal round. However, cricket is a game of uncertainty. Hence, we will have to wait until January 25 and wait for the last match of Super Six.
As T20 World Cup 2022 came to a nail-biting end, so did the exciting quiz competition on the tournament organized by UNB – with 21 winners. UNB’s quiz campaign on the T20 World Cup kicked off on October 16 and continued till November 13. Read more: 16 win UNB’s Asia Cup 2022 Quiz Competition Participants were given 21 quizzes on the 2022 T20 World Cup Cricket on the UNB website and Facebook page. Based on correct answers, 21 participants were chosen as winners through a lottery. One winner was chosen for each day’s quiz. Winners of the quiz contest are: Isha Islam, S A Farhan, Jannatul Moumi, Sadekuzzaman Pavel, Priya Mazumder, Md Rashed Howlader Rasel, Maria Sultana, Emdadul Haque Dipu, MD Abdur Rouf Bhuiyan, Fatema Jahan Nitu, Md. Robiul Islam Badhan, Sabina Yasmin, Miraz Talukder Babu, Yasmin Akther, Masum Mahmud Porosh, Shahana Akter Mimi, MD Abdullah AL Mamun, Ayman Rased, Islam Tam Anna, Md Jihan, and Yusuf Jamil Faysal. Read more: Players who excelled in the T20 World Cup 2022 Each of the 21 winners will get prize money for their participation.
The eighth edition of the Twenty20 format World Cup ends on Sunday with a championship match at the MCG in Melbourne. England won their second title after beating Pakistan by five wickets in the title decider. The month-long tournament in Australia was an exciting one, with multiple upsets and individual brilliance that captivated the crowds. Let's take a look at the players who stood out during the T20 World Cup 2022. Top performers at the 2022 Twenty20 World Cup Along with well-known players, the list of best performers for the just concluded T20 World Cup 2022 had a few surprises. Here is a list of the players who performed particularly well during the eighth edition of the tournament. Read More: Shaheen Shah: Pakistan’s tragic hero in T20 World Cup 2022 Most Runs (Virat Kohli) Former India captain Virat Kohli was in magnificent form in the 2022 Twenty20 World Cup main event, scoring 296 runs, the most in the tournament. Kohli made four half-centuries in six innings with a strike rate of 136.40, and he was the pivotal figure of his side’s batting lineup. Suryakumar Yadav, Kohli's compatriot, was also among the top run scorers. Besides, Maxwell Patrick O'Dowd of the Netherlands' inclusion in the list was a surprising one. Top 3 most run scorers Player Inn Runs HS SR 50s Virat Kohli 6 296 82* 136.40 4 Maxwell Patrick O'Dowd 8 242 71* 112.55 2 Suryakumar Yadav 6 239 68 189.68 3 Most Wickets (Wanindu Hasaranga de Silva) Sri Lanka’s leg-spinner Wanindu Hasaranga de Silva was the most successful bowler in the eighth edition of the Twenty20 format World Cup with 15 wickets in eight innings. The other two bowlers who finished among the top three are England’s Sam Curran and the Netherlands' Bas de Leede. Both Curran and de Leede had a strike rate of just over 10, which indicates how lethal they were during the tournament. Top 3 most wicket takers Player Inn Wickets BBI Econ SR Wanindu Hasaranga de Silva 8 15 3/8 6.41 12.4 Sam Curran 6 13 5/10 6.52 10.4 BFW de Leede 7 13 3/19 7.68 10.1 High Scores: (Rilee Rossouw) Only two hundred were scored in the 2022 T20 World Cup. South African Rilee Rossouw was the first player to score a century in the tournament against Bangladesh. In fact, his 109 runs was the highest in the competition. Glenn Phillips was the only other batter to score a hundred in the tournament, scoring 104 runs against Sri Lanka. Top 3 high scores Player Runs Opposition Rilee Rossouw (South Africa) 109 Bangladesh Glenn Phillips (New Zealand) 104 Sri Lanka Devon Conway (New Zealand) 92* Australia Best Bowling Figures (Sam Curran) England’s Sam Curran was one of the most consistent performers in the Twenty20 World Cup 2022. He was the only bowler to pick five wickets in an innings, and that was against Afghanistan in a Super 12s match. South Africa’s Anrich Nortje and New Zealand’s Trent Boult finished in the top three on the best bowling figures list. Top 3 best bowling figures Player BBI Opposition Sam Curran (England) 5/10 Afghanistan Anrich Nortje (South Africa) 4/10 Bangladesh Trent Boult (New Zealand) 4/13 Sri Lanka Read More: “Not me, player of the match is Stokes”: Curran after T20 victory against Pakistan Most Dismissals: (Jos Buttler) England’s captain, Jos Buttler, had the most dismissals with nine. Understandably, he was the most reliable keeper in the competition. Scott Edwards of the Netherlands and Quinton de Kock of South Africa finished second and third on the list, respectively. Top 3 most dismissals Player Innings Dismissals Jos Buttler (England) 6 9 Scott Edwards (Netherlands) 8 9 Quinton de Kock (South Africa) 5 7 Most Catches (Dasun Shanaka) Sri Lanka’s captain, Dasun Shanaka, was the most reliable one when it came to taking catches. Shanaka had nine catches, the most in the tournament. Ireland’s Mark Adair and England’s Liam Livingstone finished in the top three on the list. Top 3 most catches Player Innings Catches Dasun Shanaka (Sri Lanka) 8 9 Mark Adair (Ireland) 7 7 Liam Livingstone (England) 6 6 Most Sixes (Sikandar Raza) When it comes to hitting sixes during the T20 World Cup 2022, expectations weren't met. With 11, Sikandar Raza had the most sixes in the tournament. In terms of most sixes, Alex Hales of England and Kusal Mendis of Sri Lanka came in second and third, respectively. Top 3 most sixes Player Innings Sixes Sikandar Raza 8 11 Alex Hales 6 10 Kusal Mendis 8 10 Read More: Stokes leads England to T20 World Cup championship Aftermath The Twenty20 World Cup this year featured a number of exciting matchups between the favourites and relatively weaker opponents. Therefore, players from less strong teams put up impressive performances during the main event. Besides, some of the top cricketers were exceptional as well. The T20 World Cup 2022 was overall quite enjoyable, and England ultimately took home the trophy.
IND vs ENG Live Streaming Info, T20 World Cup 2022 semifinal: Get the Live Streaming Details, when and where to watch, match details, and predicted playing XI of the England vs India semifinal in Sydney. India vs England T20 world cup semifinal 2022 India (IND) will be locking horns with England (ENG) in the second semifinal of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday, November 10. The Men in Blue would be oozing with confidence heading into this knockout fixture having topped Group 2 winning four of their five matches with eight points to their tally. Their only loss came against South Africa. Meanwhile, England are also a force to reckon with in this competition. While they were stunned by Ireland in Super 12, the Three Lions played an outstanding brand of cricket to register a hard-fought 20-run victory over New Zealand before defeating Sri Lanka by four wickets in their final game to seal a semis berth and end arch-rivals Australia’s title reign. Where and how to watch the live stream of the India vs England semifinal T20 World Cup live? Here's how to watch India vs England live stream online, wherever you are How to watch the IND vs ENG live stream in Bangladesh? In Bangladesh, Gazi TV, T Sports, and BTV will broadcast the matches of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. How to watch the live streaming of the Semifinal match between India and England in India? Live streaming of the match will be available on the Disney+Hotstar app and website. Live broadcast of the match will be available on the Star Sports Network in India. How to watch India vs England live stream in South Africa? In South Africa, SuperSport will present a live telecast of the matches between Bangladesh and South Africa. Also various Facebook pages and YouTube Channels The live streaming will be available on Disney+ Hoststar, where fans with subscriptions can enjoy the matches. Watch Live T20 World Cup: England vs India watch live from Pakistan In Pakistan, PTV Sports and Ten Sports will present the tournament to viewers. Read more: T20 World Cup: India, England face off Thursday with eye on final against Pakistan Live Streaming T20 World Cup: India vs England watch live from Afghanistan In Afghanistan, RTA Sports and Ariana TV will broadcast ICC T20 World Cup 2022. How to watch the England vs India live stream in Sri Lanka? In Sri Lanka, Siyatha RV will present the live-action of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.= Live T20 World Cup: IND vs ENG watch live from Nepal In Nepal, Star Sports will broadcast the tournament. Watch T20 World Cup: India vs England watch live from Australia In Australia, Kayo Sports and Foxtel will present the live telecast and live stream of the tournament. How to Watch India vs England live stream in New Zealand? Sky Sports will present the live telecast of the tournament. T20 World Cup: IND vs ENG watch live from South Africa In South Africa, SuperSport will present the live-action the tournament. Live Cricket: T20 World Cup: England vs India watch live from the United Kingdom In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports Cricket will present the live telecast of the tournament. How to watch the England vs India live stream in West Indies? In the Caribbean region (West Indies), ESPN will present the live-action of the tournament. Watch live T20 World Cup on TV: England vs India watch live from the United States Willow TV and Willow Xtra will present the live streaming and live telecast of the matches of the tournament. Read more: T20 World Cup: Knocking out New Zealand, Pakistan moves to final T20 World Cup: England vs India watch live from Canada Willow TV Canada will present the tournament in Canada. How to watch the England vs India live stream in UAE? In UAE and Middle-east, BeIN Sports will present the live action of the tournament. T20 world Cup Live: India vs England watch live from Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore Astro Cricket will present the live telecast of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. Yupp TV will present the live streaming in Hong Kong while Singtel will present the live streaming in Singapore. Different Facebook Pages and Youtube channels will also broadcast live India vs England T20 world cup 2022 match Where will the England vs India T20 World Cup match be played? England vs India T20 World Cup semifinal match will be played at the Adelaide Oval What time will the India vs England T20 World Cup match start? England vs IndiaT20 World Cup 2022 semifinal match will start at 1:30 PM IST. Probable Playing XIs for IND vs ENG India probably XI vs Pakistan: Rohit Sharma(c), KL Rahul, Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant/Dinesh Karthik (wk), Axar Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, R Ashwin, Mohammad Shami, Arshdeep Singh England probably XI vs India: Jos Buttler(c and wk), Alex Hales, Phil Salt, Ben Stokes, Harry Brook, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Adil Rashid, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood. Read More: T20 World Cup: Knocking out New Zealand, Pakistan moves to final
Asian giant India and current 50-over world champions England will meet Thursday at the Adelaide Oval in the second T20 World Cup semi-final, with Pakistan waiting in the final. Both India and England previously played two finals of the T20 World Cups, and each won a title and lost one. India won the first edition of the T20 World Cup in 2007 after beating Pakistan in the final. And England won the T20 World Cup 2010, beating Australia in the final and losing the final of the 2016 edition to the West Indies in India. Red more: T20 World Cup: Knocking out New Zealand, Pakistan moves to final India has been playing in the ongoing World Cup with their strong brand of T20 cricket. Virat Kohli, who had been struggling to do well, is now the top run-scorer of the World Cup. Suryakumer Yadav has also been doing well. Team India also have a strong bowling line-up, with Arshdeep Sing taking 10 wickets so far in the event. And for England, Alex Hales has been the best batter, scoring 125 runs so far with a fifty. The other England batter who hit a fifty in this World Cup is Jos Buttler. Sam Curran is the main star in the English bowling line-up. He has bagged 10 wickets so far in this world cup, and his performance is key for England in the semifinal clash against India. Read more: T20 World Cup: Pakistan restrict New Zealand to 152 in 1st semi-final While India and England are gearing up for another final berth, Pakistan has booked a place in the final. They beat New Zealand by seven wickets on Wednesday and marched to the final on November 13 in Melbourne.
Pakistan knocked New Zealand out of the T20 World Cup and marched to the final on Wednesday. In the first semifinal of the event, Pakistan beat New Zealand by seven wickets at the Sydney Cricket Ground. It’s the third time Pakistan booked a place in the T20 World Cup final. They appeared in a final for the first time in 2007 when they lost the final to India. But in 2009, they won the final beating Sri Lanka at Lord’s. While chasing a fighting total of 152, both Pakistani openers — Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan — hit a fifty each and laid down an opening stand of more than 100 runs that eventually set the foundation for Pakistan to seal the match. While Rizwan posted 57, Babar scored 53. After their departure, it was Mohammad Haris who kept the scorecard of Pakistan going. He scored 30 off 26 balls before falling prey to Mitchell Santner in the last ball of the 19th over. Eventually, Pakistan reached the target of 153 for three in the 19.1 over and marched to the final that will be played on November 13 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne. Earlier, New Zealand won the toss and opted to bat first. They ended up on 152 for four in 20 overs. Read more: T20 World Cup: Pakistan restrict New Zealand to 152 in 1st semi-final New Zealand’s top-order struggled a lot in this match. Despite that, they managed to pass the 150-run mark. Glenn Phillips failed to do well in the semi. He just posted 6 of 8 balls. Phillips batted at a strike rate of more than 150 in this World Cup ahead of the semi. Daryl Mitchell was the best batter for the Kiwis posting 53 for 35 balls, and the captain Kane Williamson posted 46 runs. For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi bagged two wickets conceding 24 runs while Mohammad Nawaz took one. New Zealand lost one wicket to run-out. Read more: Pakistan vs New Zealand T20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch semifinal live, Playing XI The second semifinal will be played on Thursday where India will take on England. If India win the second semifinal, they will take on Pakistan in the final for the second time after 2007.
New Zealand and Pakistan are all set to take on each other in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022 tomorrow at the famed Sydney Cricket Ground. New Zealand has demonstrated their passion throughout the tournament whereas Pakistan mostly rode on their fortune. New Zealand marched to the semi as the champions of Group 1 in the Super 12 stage where they beat Australia, Sri Lanka and Ireland, and lost to England. The other match against Afghanistan ended with no result due to bad weather. READ: T20 World Cup 2022: Semifinalists, fixtures, venues, H2H records, probable lineups And Pakistan, on the other hand, experienced a dramatic run in the Super 12 stage. They lost close matches to India and Zimbabwe and were on the verge of elimination. But the Netherlands had created a great opportunity for them by beating South Africa. That historic win of the Netherlands transformed the Super 12 clash between Bangladesh and Pakistan into a virtual quarter-final in which Pakistan defeated the Bangladesh team, and progressed to the semi-final. Now, the South Asian giants are eager to pass the New Zealand challenge to advance to the final of T20 World Cup 2022. The semi-final came as a golden chance for New Zealand as well. Who have played three World Cup finals before and failed to win any of them. Now, once again, they are upbeat to book a final berth and clinch the title. Read: Will Bangladesh directly qualify for 2024 T20 World Cup? Both New Zealand and Pakistan are unbeaten at the Sydney Cricket Ground. New Zealand beat the hosts Australia on this ground while Pakistan dealt with South Africa. Ahead of tomorrow’s semi-final, New Zealand played three T20 World Cup semi-finals before and won only one of them while Pakistan played five T20 World Cup semi-finals and won two of them. The match will begin at 2pm (Bangladesh time) on Wednesday. The second semi-final will be played between the other South Asian giant India and current 50-over champions England on Thursday at 2pm (Bangladesh time) at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide.
T20 World Cup 2022, Bangladesh vs Pakistan Live Streaming: Check full details on when, where, and how to watch PAK vs BAN Live Online and on TV. Pakistan take on Bangladesh in match 41 of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Adelaide on Sunday. It is the penultimate Super 12 of the tournament. Both teams need a win to make it through to the semifinals. The two teams also need a few other results to go their way as well. Where and how to watch the live stream of Bangladesh vs Pakistan T20 World Cup match? Here's how to watch Bangladesh vs Pakistan live stream online, wherever you are How to watch the PAK vs BAN live stream in Bangladesh? In Bangladesh, Gazi TV, T Sports, and BTV will broadcast the matches of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. How to watch the live streaming of the Group 2 match between Pakistan and Bangladesh in India? Live streaming of the match will be available on the Disney+Hotstar app and website. Live broadcast of the match will be available on the Star Sports Network in India. How to watch the Bangladesh vs Pakistan live stream in South Africa? In South Africa, SuperSport will present a live telecast of the matches between Bangladesh and South Africa. Also various Facebook pages and YouTube Channels The live streaming will be available on Disney+ Hoststar, where fans with subscriptions can enjoy the matches. Watch Live T20 World Cup: Pakistan vs Bangladesh watch live from Pakistan In Pakistan, PTV Sports and Ten Sports will present the tournament to viewers. Live Streaming T20 World Cup: Pakistan vs Bangladesh watch live from Afghanistan In Afghanistan, RTA Sports and Ariana TV will broadcast ICC T20 World Cup 2022. How to watch the Pakistan vs Bangladesh live stream in Sri Lanka? In Sri Lanka, Siyatha RV will present the live-action of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022.= Live T20 World Cup: PAK vs BAN watch live from Nepal In Nepal, Star Sports will broadcast the tournament. Watch T20 World Cup: Bangladesh vs Pakistan watch live from Australia In Australia, Kayo Sports and Foxtel will present the live telecast and live stream of the tournament. How to watch Pakistan vs Bangladesh live stream in New Zealand? Sky Sports will present the live telecast of the tournament. T20 World Cup: PAK vs BAN watch live from South Africa In South Africa, SuperSport will present the live-action of tournament. Read more: Bangladesh vs India T20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch live, Playing XI Live Cricket: T20 world Cup: Bangladesh vs Pakistan watch live from the United Kingdom In the United Kingdom, Sky Sports Cricket will present the live telecast of the tournament. How to watch the Pakistan vs Bangladesh live stream in West Indies? In the Caribbean region (West Indies), ESPN will present the live-action of tournament. Watch live T20 World Cup on TV: Pakistan vs Bangladesh watch live from the United States Willow TV and Willow Xtra will present the live streaming and live telecast of the matches of the tournament. T20 World Cup: Pakistan vs Bangladesh watch live from Canada Willow TV Canada will present the tournament in Canada. How to watch the Pakistan vs Bangladesh live stream in UAE? In UAE and Middle-east, BeIN Sports will present the live action of the tournament. T20 world Cup Live: Pakistan vs Bangladesh watch live from Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore Astro Cricket will present the live telecast of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 in Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Singapore. Yupp TV will present the live streaming in Hong Kong while Singtel will present the live streaming in Singapore. Read more: Bangladesh vs South Africa T20 world Cup Live Streaming: Where and How to watch live, Playing XI Different Facebook Pages and Youtube channels will also broadcast live Bangladesh vs Pakistan T20 world cup 2022 match Where will the Pakistan vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup match be played? Pakistan vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup match will be played at the Adelaide Oval What time will the Bangladesh vs Pakistan T20 World Cup match start? Pakistan vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup match will start at 9:30 AM IST Read More: T20 World Cup: England make semifinals; Australia eliminated Pakistan vs Bangladesh Possible Starting XI: Pakistan probably XI vs Bangladesh: Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Babar Azam (c), Mohammad Haris, Shan Masood, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Wasim Jr., Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, Shaheen Shah Afridi Bangladesh probably XI vs Pakistan: Najmul Hossain Shanto, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan (c), Afif Hossain, Yasir Ali, Mosaddek Hossain, Nurul Hasan (wk), Mustafizur Rahman, Hasan Mahmud, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam PAK vs BAN Head-to-Head Played- 17 | Pakistan- 15 | Bangladesh- 02 Read More: T20 World Cup: Bangladesh to take on Pakistan Sunday
In the fifth match of the Super 12s of the ongoing T20 World Cup, the Tigers will take on the Green Shirts Sunday in Adelaide at 10am Bangladesh time. Ahead of this match, Bangladesh played four matches and lost two of them; their latest defeat came against India at the same venue. Despite just two wins from four matches, the Tigers still have a chance of making the semi-finals. But for that, they will have to beat Pakistan and South Africa will have to lose to the Netherlands. Read: T20 World Cup: England make semifinals; Australia eliminated The Bangladesh team had an optional practice session Saturday. Most of the players joined the session, but not Liton Das who suffered a hamstring injury during the Tigers' last match against India. However, Debashis Chowdhry, chief physician of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), said Liton's injury is not serious and he is fit to play Sunday's match. Meanwhile, under the current contract, the match is going to be the last match for Sridharan Sriram as the T20 consultant of Bangladesh if the Tigers fail to qualify for the semi-finals. Read: T20 World Cup 2022: Bangladesh vs Pakistan Match Preview, H2H Record, Venue Stats, Likely Playing XI Sridharan said he is not worried about it. "I'm looking forward to winning Sunday's clash against Pakistan." Jalal Yunus, the chairman of BCB's cricket operation department, said they will talk about the contract of Sridharan after the tournament ends.
The Bangladeshi cricketing fraternity is still in shock after the heart-stopping defeat to India. Two wins in four matches won’t be able to carry the Tigers to the semifinals, but they still have some hope for the Bangladesh team. Shakib Al Hasan and his team will take on Pakistan on Sunday. If they can beat Pakistan this time, the hope of the semifinal may materialize. But it will depend on the results of other matches. Bangladesh now have four points in four matches. India and South Africa are at the top of the table with six and five respectively. Read: T20 World Cup 2022: Semifinal qualification scenarios Now, if Bangladesh beat Pakistan, and South Africa lose to the Netherlands, Bangladesh will surpass the total of point of South Africa, and thus, they will qualify for the semifinals. Before the upcoming match, South Africa faced the Netherlands in one T20I before and won. So they have the history on their side. The Netherlands have played well in this World Cup so far. They beat Zimbabwe in the Super 12 as well, but a win of them against South Africa is unlikely if they don’t play an exceptional brand of cricket. Read: When playing against India, we’re often close to the finish line: Shakib