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Australia face Bangladesh in must-win contest

Australia face Bangladesh in must-win contest

"They haven't got a big 145 (kmph) plus bowler or a trick spinner that some of the other teams maybe do, and we can target that and go after them".

The upshot was that Australia and New Zealand received just a point apiece, while England took two after defeating Bangladesh by eight wickets in their opener at the Oval.

"We've been advised to stay relatively close to the hotel and be diligent with whatever we do and be on the look-out and smart with whatever we do".

Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza elected to bat after winning the toss on an overcast afternoon, but Tamim's initial flurry of boundaries was as good as it got for the Tigers. Memories of Cardiff Australia were the victims of one of the all-time great upsets when Bangladesh beat them by five wickets in a one-day global in Cardiff in 2005.

"Obviously we've got to win the next game and probably quite well as well".

Mortaza also conceded Bangladesh must be more ruthless when it has a chance to kill off opponents.

Tahir Stars As Proteas Thrash Sri Lanka
Faf du Plessis , on six, skied an attempted hook off Nuwan Pradeep but Malinga failed to get a hand on the ball. But South Africa still looked a little short. "His performance was close to 10 out of 10", said De Villiers.

England chased down that target easily and Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza called on his bowlers to tighten up against Australia. The incident we are putting our focus on here in this article is a moment when Bangladesh lost their second wicket.

In the third major assault to hit Britain in less than three months, attackers rammed a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing revellers in nearby bars. "As I said it wasn't our best performance (against New Zealand), hopefully it was a little bit of rust".

Bangladesh vs Australia live streaming of Champions Trophy 2017 Match 5 can be watched on Star Sports 1 channel.

Steven Finn is joining England's Champions Trophy squad in place of injured Chris Woakes.

New Zealand, World Cup finalists in 2015, are 8/1 - and Tuesday's crunch encounter with England in Cardiff could make or break their hopes of qualification for the semi-finals. Realistically, it's hard to see Pakistan (40/1) getting their act together after their India thumping, while Sri Lanka (66/1) look a few players short of a serious challenge, especially if Angelo Mathews is hampered by injury.


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