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Bangladesh vs Afghanistan World Cup: 7th October 2023

Bangladesh Versus Afghanistan in ICC World Cup 2023 At the HPCA (Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium) Stadium in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh On Saturday, October 7 from 10:30 AM IST Onwards.

Bangladesh History:

The Bangladesh National cricket team has showed up in each Cricket World Cup since their most memorable appearance at the 1999 Cricket World Cup as a partner group which was chiefly held in England. Bangladesh’s most elevated accomplishments in World Cup are arriving at the Very Eight phase in the 2007 Cricket World Cup and the Quarter-Last of the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Bangladesh interestingly partook in Cricket World Cup in this version as a partner part and were set in the Gathering B. Bangladesh played their very first World cup match against New Zealand at Area Ground in Chelmsford and they in the end lost the match by 6 wickets being packaged out for simply simple 116 runs in first innings. They additionally lost their subsequent gathering match against West Indies by 7 wickets. Anyway, Bangladesh tasted their most memorable World Cup triumph against one more partner country Scotland in their third gathering match kindness of Minhajul Abedin’s all around made 68* where they crushed Scotland by 22 runs. Anyway, Bangladesh got back to their horrible circle again in their next match against Australia where Australia beat them by 7 wickets. However, in their extremely next match they shocked the cricket world by overcoming Pakistan, the Hero of 1992 Cricket World Cup by 62 runs politeness of good batting endeavors of Akram Khan, Shahriar Hossain and a game dominating bowling exertion by Khaled Mahmud. This success likewise helped them getting Test status in the extremely one year from now. After the Gathering stage Bangladesh completed at fifth situation with 2 successes and 3 misfortunes. However, Bangladesh couldn’t clear a path to the Very Six phase yet they got back to country for certain moderate exhibitions.

Afghanistan History:

Cricket is the national sport of Afghanistan. Beginning in the mid-1800s, Cricket has been widely popular in Afghanistan, though progress on the international level was slow. In 1995, The Afghanistan Cricket Board was founded. Afghanistan became an affiliate member of ICC in 2001, after forming a national team. From 2008 to 2013, Afghanistan went from Division Five of the World Cricket League to a Full Associate Member. Afghanistan debuted in the 2015 Cricket World Cup.[1] Afghanistan qualified for finals in ICC World Cup Qualifier 2018 and defeated West Indies in finals. 2019 World Cup was 2nd World Cup which Afghanistan qualified. They qualified under the captaincy Asgar Afghan. The 2015 Cricket World was the primary Cricket World Cup Afghanistan partook in. Afghanistan was assembled with has Australia and New Zealand. The gathering likewise included test playing countries Sri Lanka, Britain and Bangladesh, alongside Scotland.

Bangladesh Squad:

Tanzid HasanLeft-Handed Batsman
Najmul Hossain ShantoRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Medium Bowler
Towhid HridoyRight-Handed Batsman
Mahedi HasanLeft-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
MahmudullahRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler
Mehidy HasanRight-Handed Batsman
Shakib Al Hasan (C)Left-Handed Batsman, Left-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
Liton Das (WK)Right-Handed Batsman
 Mushfiqar Rahim (WK)Right-Handed Batsman
Hasan MahmudRight-Arm Fast Medium Bowler
Mustafizur RahmanLeft-Arm Fast Medium Bowler
Nasum AhmedLeft-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
Shoriful IslamLeft-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Tanzim Hasan SakibRight-Arm Medium Bowler
Taskin AhmedRight- Arm Fast Bowler

Afghanistan Squad:

Hashmatullah Shahidi (C)Left-Handed Batsman
Ibrahim ZadranRight-Handed Batsman
Najibullah ZadranLeft-Handed Batsman
Rahmat ShahRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
Riaz HassanRight-Handed Batsman
Azmatullah OmarzaiRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Gulbadin NaibRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Mohammad NabiRight-Handed Batsman, Right-Arm Off Spin Bowler
Sharafuddin AshrafRight-Handed Batsman, Left-Arm Leg Spin Bowler
Ikram Alikhil (WK)Left-Handed Batsman
Rahmanullah Gurbaz (WK)Right-Handed Batsman
Abdul RahmanRight-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Fareed AhmadLeft-Arm Fast Medium Bowler
Fazalhaq FarooqiLeft-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Mujeeb ur RahmanRight-Arm Off Spin Bowler
Naveen-ul-HaqRight-Arm Medium Fast Bowler
Noor AhmadLeft-Arm Off Spin Bowler
Rashid KhanRight-Arm Leg Spin Bowler

Bangladesh has been performing conflictingly in ODI cricket throughout the previous few years, and they likewise lost the Asia Cup 2023 in the Gathering Stage. Shakib Al Hasan will lead Bangladesh in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, and he is battling with his structure and needs to perform better in this competition to get a superior situation in the association stage. Afghanistan has played awesome cricket toward the beginning of this current year, however in the beyond couple of months, they lost their energy and performed ineffectively. Rashid Khan is as of now out of structure, and his job is exceptionally urgent in this group. They are supposed to dominate the game against Bangladesh.

Weather Condition on 7th October:

According to the reports, there will be radiant climate in Dharamsala during the day, however around evening time, there is a high opportunity of sketchy downpour, which can upset the game for some second. We can anticipate a full game among Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The Temperature will associate with 20 degrees Celsius, though the success will stream at 12 Km/hr.

HPCA Stadium pitch report for 7th October match:

The Contributes at HPCA Arena Dharamsala are for the most part dark, and these pitches are really great for bowlers, particularly Pacers, while hitters can discover some trouble in scoring runs in the beginning couple of overs of an inning. The typical score in ODIs in Dharmsala is around 230 runs.

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