India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test day 1: Pitch Report, Weather Forecast

After winning the 1st Test by 188 runs now India will clash with Bangladesh in the 2nd Test Since tomorrow. The match is scheduled from 22nd December to 26th December.

India has taken the 1-0 lead in the series, they will want to take it 2-0 and make their position strong for the ICC World Test Championship.

The good thing for India is that in this format, it has not lost even a single match against Bangladesh in 22 years. India can also move to the second spot in the WTC points table if they win the series 2-0. At the same time, Bangladesh will have to avoid players like Rishabh Pant and Ravichandran Ashwin of India.

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Pitch Report and Weather Forecast

The pitches in Bangladesh assist the spinners. The pitch at Mirpur is also known for its turn and low bounce. The pitch has good runs for the first 2-3 days. Spinners will enjoy balling here at this surface.

There is good news from Mirpur regarding the weather. Sunny weather is predicted for the match day here.

  • Temperature-28/17
  • Wind- 10 km/h
  • Humidity- 64%
  • Chances of Rain- 10%

So far 12 Tests have been played between the two countries. 10 India won and 2 matches were drawn. Bangladesh’s team could not win a single test against India. India has defeated them by an innings margin 5 out of 9 times.

2 times by more than 9 wickets and 3 times by a margin of more than 100 runs. India has also played 9 Tests in Bangladesh, out of which 7 were won and 2 were drawn.

After the 2-1 loss in the ODI series, Team India has adopted an aggressive approach in the Test series. The team has not been given any chance to Bangladesh to dominate. The team has a strong batting line-up in the form of Rahul, Gill, Kohli, Pujara, Iyer, and Pant. There are also 2 top-class spinners in the form of Ashwin and Akshar. They can also bat in the lower order.

In bowling, India has a third spinner in the form of Kuldeep Yadav. Also, the best pacers are available in the form of Umesh Yadav and Mohammad Siraj. Both can consistently trouble Bangladeshi batsmen by bowling at a speed of more than 140 km/h.

Rohit Sharma has been ruled out of the 2nd Test as well due to injury. KL Rahul will take charge of the team in his place again. Rahul captained Team India in the Test for the first time on the tour of South Africa in January this year. South Africa won this match by 7 wickets.

Rahul would like to improve his record as Test captain by winning both matches of the series. Apart from Tests, Rahul has also captained 7 ODIs. In these, India won 4 and lost 3. He also captained Team India in a T20, in which India won.

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