Team India will play Bangladesh in the latter’s own den in a three-match ODI series that starts in Dhaka on Sunday, December 4. The last time Bangladesh played the Men in Blue in One-Day Internationals, they won the series 2-1.
In view of ongoing outcomes in Bangladesh, it appears to be that the group that will bowl better will win the series. Both teams will want to fix their bowling and figure out their best combination for the future because the ODI World Cup is less than a year away and will be played in similar conditions.
Some bowlers on both sides may have a great chance to make an impression here. In light of this, let’s take a look at three bowlers who might have a great game in the first one-day international in Dhaka:
During India’s tour of Bangladesh in 2015, Mustafizur Rahman showed why he had the potential to become a future superstar. Given his incredible records, Mustafizur appears to enjoy playing against the Men in Blue, despite the fact that injuries have affected his career.
The “Fizz” has taken 20 wickets at an economy rate of just 5.45 in just seven ODIs.Because they won’t have the services of Taskin Ahmed for the first One-Day International, he will become even more significant to the hosts.
The Men in Blue will need to be careful because the pacer with the left arm might have his tail up right away.
Washington Sundar’s impressive performances against New Zealand in the ODI series will boost his self-assurance. His good bat form may also help him bowl well as an all-rounder.
Additionally, Sundar would back himself to bowl tight lines and squeeze the batters because the opposition had a number of left-handers.
In recent times, the pitches in Bangladesh have typically assisted spinners, and if Sundar receives some assistance from the surface, he may prove to be more than a nuisance for India in any phase of the 50 overs.
Mohammed Siraj is one of India’s best bowlers and has demonstrated that he is more than just a master of the red ball. Siraj has consistently stepped up for the Men in Blue whenever an opportunity has presented itself in 2022.
The Indian pacer has taken 18 wickets in just 12 innings, all at a fantastic economy rate of just 4.45. He has demonstrated his ability to nail the yorkers at the last moment and can swing the new ball. Siraj will be eager to take the field and maintain his ball form.
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