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Bangladesh V Sri Lanka Match Information
Bangladesh V Sri Lanka Head To Head
1) SL VS BDESH at Colombo on April 1 2017
Sri Lanka- 280/9
Kushal mendis- 54 runs
Thisara perera – 52 runs
Suranga lakmal – 2 wicket
Bangladesh – 210/10
Soumya sarkar- 38 runs
Shakib al hasan – 54 runs
Mehidy Hasan miraz- 51 runs
Mashrafe Mortaza – 3 wickets
Mustafizur rehman – 2 wicket
2)BDESH VS SL at Dhaka, January 19 2018
Shakib al hasan – 67 runs
Mushfiqur rahim – 62 runs
Mashrafe Mortaza – 2 wickets
Shakib al hasan – 3 wickets
Rubel hossain- 2 wicket
Sri Lanka – 157/10
Thisara perera – 29 runs
Nuwan pradeep- 2 wickets
Thisara perera – 3 wicket
3)BDESH VS SL at Dhaka January 25 2018
Bangladesh – 82/10
Mushfiqur rahim – 26 runs
Sri Lanka – 83/0
Thisara perera – 2 wicket
Suranga lakmal – 3 wicket
4) BDESH VS SL at Dhaka , January 27 2018
Sri Lanka – 221/10
Kushal mendis – 28 runs
Akila dhananjaya – 2 wickets
Bangladesh – 142/10
Mahmudullah – 76 runs
Rubel hossain- 4 wickets
Mustafizur rehman- 2 wicket
5)BDESH VS SL at Dubai, September 15 2018
Bangladesh – 261/10
Mushfiqur rahim – 144 runs
Mohammad mithun- 63 runs
Mashrafe Mortaza – 2 wicket
Mustafizur rehman – 2 wicket
Mehidy hasan miraz- 2 wicket
Sri Lanka – 124/10
Lasith Malinga- 4 wickets
Dhananjaya de silva- 2 wicket
1)Tamim Iqbal vs lasith Malinga(51-76-3)
2)Soumya Sarkar vs Suranga lakmal (37-29-1)
3)Shakib al hasan vs Suranga lakmal (58-47-2)
4)Mahmudullah vs Suranga lakmal (41-54-4)
5)Mushfiqur rahim vs Thisara perera (106-105-2)
Sri Lanka –
1) Thisara perera vs Mehidy Hasan (1-6-1)
2)Kushal perera vs Mehidy Hasan (1-7-1)
3)Angelo mathews vs Rubel hossain(28-31-2)
Bristol (CG) Pitch Stats
5 ODI matches have been played at Bristol (CG) since 2010. The rest of the metrics in this section will look at those matches.
The average first innings score at Bristol (CG) is 261 in matches where the full 50 overs were available. 300 has been breached twice at this venue in ODIs since 2010. The last 3 first innings scores here were 207, 358 and 369.
53% of runs here have been scored in boundaries. This exceeds the global average of 46% of runs in ODIs since 2010 being scored in boundaries. Batsmen at Bristol (CG) strike at 91.3 run per hundred balls against pace bowlers. This compared to a strike rate of 88.8 against spin.
The team batting second won the last 3 out the last 4 completed matches played at Bristol (CG).
Their last match was washed out before the first innings was completed.
Sri Lanka have won 2 of their last 10 completed ODI matches.
They beat Afghanistan in their last match. They batted first and scored 201 for 10. They then bowled well to restrict Afghanistan to 152 for 10 to win the match.
Kusal Perera was the top run scorer with 78 off 81 balls. Dimuth Karunaratne scored 30 off 45 balls. The next highest score was 25 by Lahiru Thirimanne.
Lasith Malinga was the pick of the bowlers. He took 3 for 39 off 0.0 overs. Nuwan Pradeep also bowled well. He went for 0.0 an over. Dhananjaya de Silva took 0 wicket and had an economy rate of 0.0.
- Sri Lanka won 12 of the last 19 matches between these two sides.
- Bangladesh have won 5 of their last 10 completed ODI matches.
- Sri Lanka have won 2 of their last 10 completed ODI matches.
- Bangladesh are rated 41 points ahead of Sri Lanka in the Cricsq ratings.
- The team batting second won the last 3 out the last 4 completed matches played at Bristol (CG).
Bangladesh Probable XI
- T Iqbal-24-57-18-21-80
- S Sarkar-25-66-54-73-0
- S Al Hassan-64-50-29-61-0 wkts-2-0-1-0-2
- M Rahim-19-36-35-63-32
- M Mithun-26-17-43-57-62
- M Hossain-11-52-14-12-26 wkts-2-0-0-0-0
- M Saifuddin-29-0-0-0-44 wkts-2-0-2-2-1
- M Hasan-2-1-1-1-2
- M Mortaza-0-0-0-3-3
- M Rahman-0-4-2-2-2
Bench:- S Rahman, R Hossain, A Jayed, L Das
Sri Lanka Probable XI
- L Thirimanne-25-4-44-21-0
- D Karunartne-30-52-77-23-14
- K Parera-78-29-8-33-44
- K Mendis-2-0-66-56-21
- A Mathews-0-0-1-22-16
- D de Silva-0-4-7-12-22
- T Parera-2-27-0-2-12 wkts-1-0-1-1-0
- I Udana-10-0-15-32-78 wkts-1-0-1-0-0
- N Pradeep-4-4-0-1-2(he is injured so jeevan mendis will play in the place of him 0-2-0-0-1)
- S Lakmal-0-0-1-2-2
- L Malinga-0-0-1-0-1
Bench:- A Fernando, J Mendis, J Vandersay, M Siriwardana
Bangladesh started their campaign in the World Cup on a grand note. Mashrafe Mortaza & Co. defeated South Africa by 21 runs to become the first Asian team to beat the Proteas twice in the mega event. The Tigers gave New Zealand a tough fight at the same venue, but the Kiwis came out trumps by three wickets. Bangladesh lost their third match against England by a mammoth 106 runs.
Languishing in the eighth spot of the table, the Tigers are next scheduled to take on Sri Lanka on Tuesday at the County Ground in Bristol. The Lankans, on the contrary, made a comeback victory against Afghanistan after their 10-wicket drubbing against New Zealand. Nevertheless, though their bowlers have done a decent job, it’s their batting that has been a major reason of concern for them.
The Tigers may still not alter their playing eleven after the defeat, They are persisting with Mohammad Mithun despite a few indifferent shows. If he doesn’t play then Sabbir Rahman may get a chance. Rubel Hossain may have to warm the bench yet again. Mashrafe has looked a tad rusty with the ball and he needs to deliver soon. Mustafizur Rahman needs to get the early breakthroughs.
Mohammad Saifuddin has also blown hot and hot and he has to be a bit more consistent. Tamim Iqbal’s form is turning out to be a concern. The team will again be looking up to Shakib for another masterful show. Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah’s role will be crucial as well. The onus will also be on Soumya Sarkar to give his team a decent start to the innings.
The Lankans will make an unforced changed after Nuwan Pradeep, who was the Player of the Match against the Afghans, was ruled out of the game. The speedster suffered an injury on his bowling arm. Jeevan Mendis is most likely to replace him. Kusal Perera may be persisted as the opener with Lahiru Thirimanne at number three. Karunaratne needs to play his part with the willow as well.
The likes of Angelo Mathews, Kusal Mendis, and Dhananjaya de Silva haven’t done anything of sorts and they are required to step up. Suranga Lakmal is yet to pick up a wicket in the mega event. Lasith Malinga was expensive versus the Kiwis but got his rhythm back in the erstwhile encounter. A lot will also depend on how all-rounder Thisara Perera and Isuru Udana deliver.
Only one match at the venue has been played and the pitch there was batting friendly. Only seven out of the 17 matches at the County Ground were won by the team, batting first. But bearing in mind the result of their previous games, teams may opt to bat first, put runs on the board and then exert pressure on the opposition.
The forecast isn’t something to cheer about as there is a severe chance of downpour throughout the day. The game may well get abandoned due to the gloomy weather. The clouds will be there for the entire duration of the match. The temperature will be around the 12 degrees Celsius mark. The humidity will be in the 70s and 80s during game time.
Bangladesh made a fairytale start to their World Cup campaign, beating South Africa at the Kennington Oval in London. However, the Tigers lost a couple of matches thereafter and are placed eighth in the points table. Even as their contest against New Zealand turned out to be a closely-fought one, Eoin Morgan’s England rolled them over by 106 runs. Their next encounter is versus Sri Lanka in Bristol.
At the County Ground, Bangladesh has one victory while the Lankans are winless in Bristol. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, defeated Aghanistan after a 10-wicket drubbing at the hands of New Zealand. Moreover, their premier pacer Nuwan Pradeep has been ruled out of the next game owing to a dislocated finger. The Lankan batting also hasn’t performed as a unit and that’s a matter of concern as well.
Captain and Vice-Captain for Dream11 Fantasy
The 24-year-old Kusal Mendis hasn’t had the best of World Cups thus far. He got out for a duck in the first match and then perished for only a couple versus the Afghans. He has a truckload of talent and that can be comprehended from the fact that he has 15 half-centuries from 65 matches. The middle-order batsman has to find his rhythm and most importantly, get his confidence back.
Dream11 Credits: 8.5
Shakib Al Hasan
With 260 runs under his belt at an average of 86.66, Shakib Al Hassan is currently the leading run-scorer of the World Cup. His maiden World Cup century versus England was an absolute spectacle, though his team lost by a huge margin. He has also delivered with his left-arm spin in the hour of need. Bangladesh will need their premier all-rounder to carry on with his impressive form.
Dream11 Credits: 10
The left-handed batsman has scores of 16, 24 and 19 in this World Cup after returning from the wrist injury. However, during those stints, he didn’t look comfortable by any stretch of the imagination. And in all three instances, a right-arm pacer accounted for his wicket. He is an attacking batsman and the Tigers will be hoping for the southpaw to come into his own with the bat.
Dream11 Credits: 9.5
The Bogra-born Mushfiqur Rahim has been consistent, batting in the middle order. The right-hander doesn’t play rash strokes and that’s one reason why he has tasted success over the years. Even in this World Cup, he looked like employing a method in his batting. He would’ve been disappointed after getting out on 44 versus England and would be keen to churn out a substantial score.
Dream11 Credits: 10
Kusal Perera played a quickfire cameo against the Kiwis and that prompted the management to send him as an opener versus the Afghans. The southpaw didn’t disappoint and notched a well-compiled half-century. It’s highly unlikely that he will be removed from that slot. The Lankan batting has been poor and Kusal will wish to take his team off to a flier again.
Dream11 Credits: 9
Soumya Sarkar has been playing some fantastic cricket over the last few months. After becoming the first Bangladesh batsman with a List A double century, he is doing well in the World Cup as well. But he won’t be happy as he got out after getting a couple of starts in the first two matches. The Satkhira-born batter was nipped out by Jofra Archer and he’d want to make amends.
Dream11 Credits: 9
Final picks for your Dream11 Fantasy team
For Head to Head/Small Leagues:
Captain – Shakib Al Hasan | Vice-Captain – Kusal Perera
For Grand/Mega Leagues:
Captain – Kusal Mendis | Vice-Captain – Soumya Sarkar
*Disclaimer: These picks were made based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.
Bangladesh V Sri Lanka Power Picks
Tamim Iqbal – Bangladesh | Kusal Perera – Sri Lanka
Bangladesh V Sri Lanka Flop Player
Bangladesh V Sri Lanka Grand League Team
- K Parera(wk)(vc)
- M Rahim
- S Sarkar
- D Karunartne
- S Al Hasan(c)
- M Hossain
- D de Silva
- M Rahman
- M Saifuddin
- L Malinga