BAN vs ZIM Head To Head Records, ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI
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BAN vs ZIM Head To Head Records, ICC T20 World Cup 2022. Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe will take place on Sunday 30th October 2022, Sunday at 8:30 am IST.  Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe will take place at Brisbane Cricket Ground in Brisbane, Australia.

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Bangladesh will lock horns with Zimbabwe in match number 28 on Sunday in the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. Zimbabwe have caused an upset in the last match by beating Pakistan. Bangladesh were thrashed in their previous encounter by South Africa. A win for Zimbabwe will keep their semi-final hopes alive.

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Bangladesh Image Credits: Twitter

The Asian side have looked dismal in the T20I format. Barring Litton Das, no batter has looked good facing the rising ball and extra pace. Shakib Al Hasan has not fired with the bat in hand and that has impacted the team in a big way. Shakib Al Hasan and Litton Das’s contribution will be key to Bangladesh posting a big total against Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe defended a meager total of 130 runs against a strong Pakistani batting line-up. Their bowling has looked sublime with Luke Jongwe, Richard Ngarava, and Blessing Muzarabani hitting hard lengths. Batting has looked solid with talismanic player Sikandar Raza leading the charge. Sean Williams has played a good supporting hand. All in all, Zimbabwe have good momentum and will fancy their chances of beating Bangladesh.

Bangladesh failed to build on their win over the Netherlands as they were dealt a battering by South Africa to the tune of 104 runs after being bowled out for just 101, chasing a whopping 206 to win. The Tigers had no option but to bat recklessly after conceding such a large score and assume they wind up bowling first again in this game, they will need a significantly improved display from their bowlers.

South Africa vs Bangladesh 1
South Africa vs Bangladesh (Photo: Twitter)

Rilee Rossouw struck the first century of this ICC T20 World Cup 2022 to give South Africa a dominating 104-run win against Bangladesh at the Sydney Cricket Ground. His big-hitting 109 helped his side to the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 edition’s highest total, with he and Quinton de Kock adding 163 for the second wicket, the second-highest partnership in the tournament’s history.

Rilee Rossouw and Quinton de Kock
Rilee Rossouw and Quinton de Kock (Image Credits: Twitter)

Bangladesh started the 206-run chase promisingly but after South Africa pacer Anrich Nortje’s three-wicket burst, the batters fell apart against the South African spinners. Anrich Nortje finished with his best T20I figures of 4-10, while Tabraiz Shamsi took three wickets. Getting bowled out for 101, it is now Bangladesh’s biggest defeat in this format.

South Africa 205 for 5 (Rossouw 109, de Kock 63, Shakib 2-33) beat Bangladesh 101 (Litton 34, Nortje 4-10, Shamsi 3-20) by 104 runs

South Africa were ahead of the five-over DLS par for no wickets lost but had only faced three overs when rain ended the game against Zimbabwe. South Africa were denied a victory in their ICC T20 World Cup 2022 opener after rain ensured their shortened fixture against Zimbabwe could not be completed. After a two-hour-and-35-minute delay, the match was reduced to nine overs a side.

Zimbabwe vs South Africa
Zimbabwe vs South Africa (Credits: Twitter)

Zimbabwe recovered from being 19 for 4 to set South Africa a target of 80, which was then cut down to a target of 64 in seven overs after another weather interruption. South Africa were well ahead of their five-over DLS par score when the players went off for rain again, but they had only faced three overs at that point – a T20 match is only completed when both teams have faced at least five overs.

No result Zimbabwe 79 for 5 in 9 overs (Madhevere 35*, Ngidi 2-20) vs South Africa 51 for 0 in 3 overs (de Kock 47*)

Zimbabwe continues to make history in what is turning out to be an ICC T20 World Cup 2022 to remember for them as they stunned former champions Pakistan in Perth, winning by one run after successfully defending three runs from the final three balls of the match. That win keeps Zimbabwe well in the hunt for a place in the semi-finals after having already gained a fortunate point against South Africa in their opening fixture of the ‘Super 12’s which was abandoned due to rain interruptions.

Zimbabwe vs Pakistan
Zimbabwe vs Pakistan. Image Credits: Twitter

Zimbabwe promised to cause as much damage as they could in the Super 12s and, two games in, they have inflicted a major blow. They defended 130 to deny Pakistan their first points and leave them at risk of not making the semi-finals, and they did in an extraordinary fashion.

After a strong start in their batting, they slipped to 95 for 7 and set Pakistan a modest target on a pitch with good bounce and a big outfield. But Zimbabwe have an understated and varied attack and they gave Pakistan’s – which Shadab Khan proudly proclaimed the best in the tournament – competition for that label. An all-round disciplined bowling effort led by Sikandar Raza (3/25) helped Zimbabwe stun Pakistan by one run in a thriller in Perth.

Sikandar Raza (PC-Getty Images)
Sikandar Raza (PC-Getty Images)

Zimbabwe’s pacers removed Pakistan’s openers in the first five overs before Sikandar Raza, in the form of his life, took two wickets in two balls and another in his next over to leave Pakistan on 94 for 6. Still, they should have fancied their chances. Pakistan needed 38 runs in the last five overs. Pakistan needed 11 to win off the final over of a pulsating evening, and that equation came down to three from three with the well-set Mohammad Nawaz at the crease.

But 25-year-old pacer Brad Evans produced three stunning deliveries right when it mattered. It still was at three needed off three but Brad Evans, playing his first game of this ICC T20 World Cup 2022 picked 2 scalps to flip the whole entire script.

Zimbabwe 130 for 8 (Williams 31, Wasim 4-24, Shadab 3-23) beat Pakistan 129 for 8 (Masood 44, Raza 3-25, Evans 2-25) by one run

Bangladesh scored 144/8 against the Netherlands who have lost all wickets for 135 runs. Bangladesh won by 9 runs against the spirited Netherlands. Netherlands’ Colin Ackermann waged a lone battle as he scored 62 off 48 balls before being a victim of Taskin Ahmed. Bangladesh’s Afif Hossain scored 38 while Najmul Hossain Shanto scored 25 and Mosaddek Hossain scored an unbeaten 20.

Afif Hossain
Afif Hossain. (Photo: Twitter)

The in-form Dutch side bowled well for the majority of Bangladesh’s innings and some solid catching in the field meant the Asian side could only muster 144/8 from their 20 overs at Bellerive Oval.  Seamers Paul van Meekeren (2/21) and Bas de Leede (2/19) picked up two wickets apiece. Taskin Ahmed has picked 4 scalps for 25 and Hasan Mahmud has claimed 2 scalps for 15.

Taskin Ahmed
Taskin Ahmed (Photo: Twitter)

After being 31/4 in the Powerplay one would say it was quite a close game. But apart from Colin Ackermann and a few lusty blows from Paul van Meekeren, there were hardly any contributions. Bangladesh just kept picking wickets throughout the innings as the Netherlands did in the first innings.

Bangladesh 144 for 8 (Afif 38, van Meekeren 2-21, de Leede 2-29) beat Netherlands 135 (Ackermann 62, Taskin 4-25, Mahmud 2-15) by 9 runs

BAN Predicted XI: Najmul Hossain Shanto, Soumya Sarkar, Litton Das, Shakib Al Hasan (c), Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mosaddek Hossain, Nurul Hasan (wk), Taskin Ahmed, Hasan Mahmud, Mustafizur Rahman

ZIM Predicted XI: Wesley Madhevere, Craig Ervine (c), Sean Williams, Sikandar Raza, Milton Shumba, Regis Chakabva(wk), Ryan Burl, Luke Jongwe, Brad Evans, Richard Ngarava, Blessing Muzarabani

BAN vs ZIM Head To Head Records, ICC T20 World Cup 2022

Bangladesh has won 12 while Zimbabwe has won 7 in 19 T20I matches between the two sides. Zimbabwe’s Hamilton Masakadza has scored the most 377 runs while Bangladesh’s Soumya Sarkar has scored 298 and teammate Litton Das has scored 294 runs. Hamilton Masakadza’s 93* is the highest individual score as no batters from either side has scored a ton.

Mustafiur Rahman and Shakib Al Hasan (Getty)
Mustafiur Rahman and Shakib Al Hasan (Getty)

Mustafizur Rahman has taken the most scalps-22 followed by Shakib Al Hasan who has 16 scalps in head-to-head matches. For Zimbabwe, Graeme Cremer has taken the most-11 scalps. Mosaddek Hossain has registered the best bowling figures of 5/20.

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