The Zahur Ahmed Chowdhary Stadium in Chattogram will host the third one-day international (ODI) in the three-game series on Saturday, December 10. India will want to save their honor by winning the third one-day international after losing the previous two to the hosts. Notably, Team India is likewise close to accomplishing a questionable accomplishment.
India would suffer the second series whitewash against an Asian opponent in their 48-year ODI history if they lose the third ODI. India’s most recent series defeat was against Sri Lanka in 1997. India fell behind 3-0 in the series at the moment. Team India will make every effort to avoid this undesirable feat.
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5 Whitewashes For Team India In ODI History
India has currently lost five ODI series without winning a game. India fell to West Indies 5-0 in a five-match series in 1983–84. India was defeated by the powerful West Indies for the second time as well. They fell short 5-0 in that series. The third loss was in 1997 to Sri Lanka. India was beaten by South Africa 4-0 in 2006, while Team India was destroyed 3-0 by New Zealand in 2019.
Speaking about the current series versus Bangladesh, the home team is quite confident, whilst things are not looking well for Team India. Due to a thumb injury, Indian captain Rohit Sharma was unable to play in the third ODI. Kuldeep Sen and Deepak Chahar were also removed from the series at this time. The team now includes Kuldeep Yadav.
Ishan Kishan would likely start the innings with Shikhar Dhawan if the India captain is not available. Spinners will benefit from the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhary Stadium’s pitch. According to reports, the new ball will reportedly come onto the bat. However, spinners will receive greater assistance in the subsequent phases. Before playing strokes, batters must get settled down.
By one wicket, Bangladesh beat India in the opening ODI. Mehidy Hasan Miraz performed a standout inning and joined forces with nine other players for an unbroken 51-run collaboration. Miraz and Mahmudullah put on a record-breaking partnership in the second ODI as well. H got a century during that game. In the crucial overs, Indian bowlers lacked killing instinct.