IND tour of BAN: Bangladesh Vs India 2nd ODI Live Scores, Jun 17, 2014

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Published on: Jun 17, 2014

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India tour of Bangladesh: Bangladesh Vs India 2nd ODI Live Scores at Mirpur, Jun 17, 2014.Match scheduled to begin at 13:00 local time (07:00 GMT)

IND tour of BAN: Bangladesh Vs India 2nd ODI Live Scores, Jun 17, 2014

India tour of Bangladesh: Bangladesh Vs India 2nd ODI Live Scores, Jun 17, 2014.

Teams: Bangladesh Vs India

Venue: Played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur

Time: Match scheduled to begin at 13:00 local time (07:00 GMT)


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Last five matches result:

Bangladesh: L L L L L (most recent first)

India: W W L L W

Preview :After Sunday's duck, Cheteshwar Pujara now has a total of 13 runs in three ODIs. His career in blue hasn't taken off the way he will have wanted it to, and the rough lbw decision that he got against Shakib Al Hasan - the ball looked to be heading over the top of the stumps - will have compounded his frustration. All he will be asking for on Tuesday is to be able to settle in, because he surely has the game to score runs batting in the top three. Over 50% of Anamul Haque's ODI runs have come in boundaries, and he finds them with attractive shots all around the ground, but his career strike rate is only 70.32. His 44 on Sunday was a microcosm of his ODI career. He struck seven fours, but failed to score off 38 of the other 53 balls he faced. He must try and come up with ways to rotate the strike better.For a set of batsmen who had only recently emerged from a month-and-a-half's submersion into Twenty20 cricket, this was hardly a test. In the end, then, the first ODI didn't reveal nearly as much about the second string as India would have hoped it would. Bangladesh would have been disappointed their bowlers didn't get a proper crack at defending what was a perfectly good total on a sluggish pitch. Both teams will want the rain to stay away on Tuesday and not come in the way again of fulfilling their objectives from this brief ODI series. The first part of the match, however, had given India a good chance to test their inexperienced bowling attack. They began well with the new ball, and kept Bangladesh in check for large parts of the innings, but let them get away to a fairly big total. Bangladesh, in the end, performed the old-school ODI trick of doubling their 30-over score, and will have been particularly encouraged by the performance of their middle order. Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan made brisk half-centuries after a sluggish start from the openers, and Mahmudullah - who had gone through a bit of a horror run of late - showed signs of a return to form with an enterprising 41 at close to a run a ball. Thanks in large part to Mohit Sharma going off the field with an unspecified injury (the team management didn't clear up the mystery in the post-match press conference, but said on Monday that he is 100% fit to play the second ODI) after bowling 5.4 overs, the spinners ended up bowling eight of the last 10 overs, and Akshar Patel and Amit Mishra in particular took a beating. With Umesh Yadav sending down a poor 48th over as well, India ended up conceding 80 in the last 10. India will want to keep up their new-ball performance and improve their showing at the death, Bangladesh's batsmen will want to do just the opposite.

Pitch and conditions:

Dhaka has experienced sweltering heat over the last few days, interrupted by spells of heavy rain such as the one that shortened the first ODI. The forecast for Tuesday is no different, with expected maximum temperatures in the high 30s and periodic downpours predicted.


While batting in the first 10-over Powerplay, Anamul Haque, over the course of his ODI career, has only converted 15.15% of the deliveries he has faced into singles. That is less than a single for every over he faces

Mominul Haque has failed to get into double figures only four times in his 18 ODI innings. But he has gone past 40 only four times


Bangladesh team:Mashrafe Mortaza,Abdur Razzak,Mushfiqur Rahim,Tamim Iqbal,Shakib Al Hasan,Mithun Ali,Shamsur Rahman,Ziaur Rahman,Nasir Hossain,Anamul Haque,Mominul Haque,Sohag Gazi,A A Hossain,Taskin Ahmed

India team:RV Uthappa,SK Raina,WP Saha,MK Tiwary,A Mishra,STR Binny,AT Rayudu,R Vinay Kumar,CA Pujara,AM Rahane,U Yadav,KM Jadhav,Parvez Rasool,MM Sharma,Akshar Patel

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