IND vs BAN: Will the second ODI between India and Bangladesh be cancelled? What is the rain and weather update in Dhaka?
IND vs BAN 2nd ODI: There is a situation of ‘do or die’ for the Indian team captained by Rohit Sharma. While the Bangladesh team would like to make an unassailable lead by winning this match to be held at the Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium, the aim of Team India would be to return to the series.
IND vs BAN 2nd ODI, Weather Forecast: The second ODI of the series between India and Bangladesh is to be played in Dhaka. It is very important for India to register a win in this match to be held at Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium on December 7, if it has to retain its chances in the series. Bangladesh has taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match series after winning the first ODI. In such a situation, the goal of the hosts will also be to win the match and take an unbeatable lead.
- Bangladesh won the first ODI by one wicket
Bangladesh won the first ODI of the series by just one wicket. Indian batting flopped and the team was all out for 186 runs in 41.2 overs. KL Rahul, who came in the role of wicketkeeper, definitely saved the shame and played a brilliant inning of 73 runs. Experienced all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan took 5 wickets while Ibadat Hussain took 4 wickets. After this, captain Liton Das made 41 while Mehdi Hasan Miraj, who was the man of the match, won Bangladesh by playing an unbeaten 38 runs. Pacer Mohammad Siraj took 3 wickets.
- How will the weather be?
IND vs BAN teams will once again be face to face in Dhaka itself. Talking about the weather, there is good news for the fans. The weather will be better in Dhaka during the day and the temperature can go up to 24 degree Celsius. The temperature is forecast to remain at 28-29 degrees between 1-3 pm. At the same time, it can fall up to 21 degrees in the night. During this, the wind speed can be 7-11 kmph. At the same time, the humidity level can be up to 74 percent.
- Rohit was furious at the batsmen
Team India captain Rohit Sharma was furious at the batting after the defeat in the first ODI. He said after the match, ‘It was a very close match. We came back in that situation and played very well. Our batting was not good. 186 was not a good score but we bowled very well and they kept their composure towards the end. How we bowled from the first ball – of course we would have liked to bowl better towards the end – but we bowled well for 40 overs and took wickets. We didn’t have enough runs. Had there been 25-30 more runs, it could have helped.u