India vs Bangladesh 2019: 2nd T20I, Rajkot – Bangladesh Predicted Playing XI; Well, it has been quite a tour so far for the Bangladesh cricket team. They had a sensational outing at Delhi to take the 1-0 lead in the 3-match T20I series. Now, they would like to repeat the show for their team on Thursday to win their first-ever Bilateral series victory.
Bangladesh Predicted Playing XI:
1. Liton Das:
He started off innings pretty well with fine strokes of the first couple of balls but he was bit carried away and handed a simple catch at point off Deepak Chahar’s outswinger. However, he would like to come good in the second T20I to help his side to victory.
2. Mohammad Naim:
The debutant did reasonably well in the Delhi T20I by adding a good partnership with Soumya Sarkar for the second wicket. His resistance at the top helped the team to find stability in the chase.
3. Soumya Sarkar:
Whenever Bangladesh win a game, Soumya Sarkar will certainly have a decent part of it. Both with the bat and the ball, Soumya Sarkar has been brilliant for the team. As usual, he finds a place in this chart titled Bangladesh Predicted Playing XI.
4. Mushfiqur Rahim:
The wicketkeeper-batsman has been sensational on the other day. He smashed Khaleel, in the end, to turn the tables for the team after escaping a couple of close calls when Yuzvendra Chahal was operating things in the middle.
5. Mahmudullah Riyad:
He has been impressive in the Delhi T20I. Riyad captained team pretty well and surprised Indians by not completing the quota of Mustafizur Rahman. He also used his spinners well and finished the game in a style.
6. Afif Hossain:
The youngster also showed that he is capable of making things fall in place for the team. He not only delivered with the ball but also brilliant on the field as well. Afif Hossain can offer runs with the bat as well.
7. Mosaddek Hossain:
He has got a minimal part to do on Sunday. Hossain bowled just one over but he has always been a special player for the team.
8. Mustafizur Rahman:
The left-handed fast bowler was expected to be playing a massive role in the game. However, he just got 2 overs with the conditions suiting spinners. Despite that, he will be part of the team for Rajkot as well.
9. Aminul Islam:
The leg-spinner gave the perfect breakthroughs for the team whenever it was required. The youngster has shown that he has got the ability to make things fall in place.
10. Shafiul Islam:
The right-handed fast bowler has been consistent with his line and lengths. On Sunday, he broke the heart of the Indian fans by knocking down Rohit Sharma for a cheap score.
11. Al -Amin Hossain:
Despite not taking wickets, he was one of the main reasons to see Bangladesh dominating the game. His economical overs in powerplay helped them to seal the initial momentum, which was maintained for a long time.