Tri-Nation Series: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe: Can Bangladesh batsmen find rhythm with their bat?

Tri-Nation Series: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe: Can Bangladesh batsmen find rhythm with their bat?

Match details

Series: Bangladesh Tri Series 2019

Venue: Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram

Date: September 18, 2019

Time: 06:00 p.m. IST

Preview:

After winning the first match against Zimbabwe, the hosts will be heading into this second encounter at Chattogram to fight among themselves to make it to the final after losing to Afghanistan convincingly.

After facing an embarrassing defeat against Afghanistan, Bangladesh has made a host of changes in their squad bringing back experienced paceman Rubel Hossain and Shafiul Islam along with experienced opener Nazmul Hossain Shanto by dropping Soumya Sarkar for their third and fourth match after his repeated flops with the bat.

Zimbabwe, meanwhile, lost both their matches and the upcoming game will be important if they want to make it to the finals and they are out of the finals with a loss. However, lower-order batsmen like Ryan Burl and Regis Chakabva have contributed well for the team but, the top-order failed to score runs in this series.

Weather report: The conditions will be partly cloudy with around 28 degrees Celsius however, rain is not expected so, we can expect a full game.

Pitch report: Chattogram pitch gives some assistance to the batsmen around 140-150 score can be expected; however, this venue hasn't hosted a T20I match here since March 2014.

Injuries/Team News:

Bangladesh:

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