U-19 World Cup Quarter Final:Team India will face Bangladesh
The Under-19 World Cup being played in the West Indies is now in its final round. Team India will face Bangladesh in the second quarter final of the tournament on Saturday. This match between the two will be played on the ground of Antigua. The winning team will make it to the semi-finals of the World Cup.
Team India has a chance to take revenge The
Indian team has a great chance to avenge the defeat against Bangladesh two years ago. Bangladesh won the trophy by defeating India in the final of the 2020 Under-19 World Cup. Team India was reduced to a score of only 170 runs in the match. Bangladesh had a target of 170 runs to win in 46 overs on the basis of the Duckworth-Lewis rule due to rain. He achieved this by losing 7 wickets.
On Saturday, India would like to settle the loss in that match. A total of 5 matches have been played between the two teams in the history of the tournament. In these, Team India has won three and Bangladesh has won two. Based on the statistics, neither team can be taken lightly. Team India defeated Bangladesh by 103 runs in the semi-final of the Asia Cup played just before the Under-19 World Cup.
The good news for the young Indian brigade before the quarter-finals, including the captain,
is that the corona report of 5 other Indian players, including team captain Yash Dhul, has come negative. All these players will be present for this important match. However, Nishant Sindhu, who captained the team in the last two matches, has been found to be Corona positive.
Team India is in amazing form In the
Under-19 World Cup, the Indian team has shown an amazing game so far. The team played a total of three matches in the league stage and won all. In the first match, India defeated South Africa by 45 runs, in the second match, Ireland by 174 runs and in the third match, Uganda by a huge margin of 326 runs. The team topped its group with 6 points.
At the same time, Bangladesh won two out of 3 matches. In the first match, they lost by 7 wickets against England, but after that the team made a spectacular comeback, beating Canada by 8 and UAE by 9 wickets.
Yash Dhul (Captain), Harnoor Singh, Angkrish Raghuvanshi, Sheikh Rashid, Siddharth Yadav, Anishwar Gautam, Manav Parakh, Kaushal Tambe, Rajvardhan Hangargekar, Vicky Ostwal, Garv Sangwan, Dinesh Bana, Aaradhya Yadav, Raj Bawa, Vasu, Ravi Kumar.
Bangladesh team –
Rakibul Hasan (captain), Abdullah Al Mamoon, Arful Islam, Mohammad Faheem, Mahfizul Islam, Ripon Mondol, Naimur Rohman, Tanzim Hasan Saqib, Prantik Navroz Nabil, Aich Mulla, Ashiqur Zaman, Iftakher Hossain Ifti, SM Mahrob, Musfiq Hasan, Tehjibul Islam.