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Cricket Prediction, Fantasy Tips For Today's World Cup Match ENG vs BAN

11 June, 2019, 02:09 | Author: Heidi Alvarez
  • England off to a solid start after Bangladesh opt to bowl

Despite Shakib Al Hasan's 121 - just the third Bangladesh World Cup hundred after Mahmudullah made two in 2015 - the Tigers were never in the hunt.

Jason Roy (153), who smashed the second highest World Cup score by an England batsman, and Jonny Bairstow (51) set England on its way, before Jos Buttler (64) took his side past 300 and a late flurry from Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett ensured an imposing 6/386.

England touted as top picks for the progressing World Cup, endured a 14-run misfortune to Pakistan at Trent Bridge on Monday.

Record breaking has become nearly de rigueur for this England side recently, and against the team who inflicted the humiliating defeat at the last World Cup which prompted their meteoric ODI transformation, it will no doubt have pleased them to have added a few more to their collection.

Archer's ability to routinely top speeds of 90 miles per hour makes him a hugely valuable asset and that speed was on show when a ball that clean bowled Bangladesh opener Soumya Sarkar flew off the top of the stumps and straight over the boundary without touching the ground at Sophia Gardens.

Not long ago it would have seemed churlish to complain about totals of 311 and 334, the latter yielding two hundreds for England batsmen, but this is a fearless new world for English ODI cricket and in neither game have we seen the best that they have to offer.

Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza commented on his team's chances against hosts England.

According to cricket stats provider and data analytics specialist CricViz, Archer's five-over opening spell was delivered at an average pace of 145.84km/h - the fastest ever by an England player in ODIs since CricViz's ball-tracking database started in 2006.

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The 34-year old was, however, content with Bangladeshi batting lineup as he expressed his optimism of them performing well against English bowling attack, which he believed would be easier to handle than New Zealanders.

'I don't think our bowlers need to worry much about it, ' Ashraful, who represented Bangladesh in three World Cups (2003, 2007 and 2011) told New Age. "I'm extremely happy", he said.

Jason Roy completed his century against Bangladesh in a very unusual way.

"We didn't allow them to get early wickets and we knew we would be able to catch up", said Roy during the break between innings. "We just go out there and get the job done".

He opened the bowling against England with his slow left-arm orthodox bowling, but went wicketless and proved expensive, going for 71 runs.

Mumbai: England all-rounder Moeen Ali was a part of the playing eleven in England's first two matches against South Africa and Pakistan.

The round-robin group stage sees Bangladesh next play Sri Lanka at Bristol on Tuesday, with England facing the West Indies at the Oval on Friday.



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