Australia vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction

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Australia vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2021 Today Match Prediction. Australia and Bangladesh are set to lock antlers in the 34th match of the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021 on Thursday, November 4 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai. The Aussies, accompanied by Aaron Finch, are in a bit of difficulty, having suffered their previous game to England by eight wickets. Thus they will look forward to getting on the track of victories.

Since they lost with 50 balls left, their total run-rate also moved down to as low as -0.627. The Tigers, on the other hand, have previously been beaten out of the tournament. Mahmudullah and Co. have nothing to lose, but pride to play for. They will resemble to get a win under their belt and end on high confidence.

Match Details

Match: Australia and Bangladesh Match- 34, T20 World Cup 2021

Time: 3:30 (IST)

Date: 4th Nov 2021

Venue: Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai

Pitch Report

The pitch in Dubai hasn’t been all that great for batting as the bowlers have dictated terms most times. The batters have had to strain to score runs. Moreover, the floor has also supported the chasing teams. Hence, batting second should be the way forward.

Average first innings score: 135 (8 T20Is in Dubai in T20 World Cup 2021)

Record of Chasing teams: Won – 7, Lost – 1, Tied – 0

Weather report

The Weather of Duba is quite good for a close call match as there are no clouds on the card and no prediction of rain thus one can enjoy an uninterrupted cricket match on this sunny day with the temperature ranging from 32 to 36 Degrees Celcius

Head-to-head

Overall

Matches- 9, Australia – 5, Bangladesh– 4, Tied- 0

In T20 World Cups

Matches- 4, Australia – 4, Bangladesh– 0, Tied- 0

Australia vs Bangladesh Playing 11

Australia Predicted Playing 11

David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade (wk), Pat Cummins, Ashton Agar, Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa

Bangladesh Predicted Playing 11

Mohammad Naim, Liton Das (wk), Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah (c), Afif Hossain, Shamim Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Shoriful Islam/Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed

Key Player

David Warner

David Warner wasn’t producing the best of drives with the bat before the World Cup began. But the left-hander has gained from in the mega event. After obtaining 14 against South Africa, Warner secured 65 against Sri Lanka. Although he didn’t get the Player of the Match honor, Warner would have been removed, having gotten some important runs below his belt.

Adam Zampa 

Adam Zampa has remained the standout bowler for Australia in the WC T20 thus far. The leg-spinner has pulled up 5 wickets at an outstanding economy rate of 6.36. In 11 overs, Zampa has only allowed 70 runs. He also took the Player of the Match award next to Sri Lanka after he ended with remarkable bowling figures of 4-0-12-2.

Team News

  • Aaron Finch made in Ashton Agar as a second spinner in the match next to England last Saturday as a replacement of Mitch Marsh. However, you can assume to discern Marsh return in this match with Pat Cummins most possible to make way after being used for 14 in his only over in the encounter against England.
  • With Shakib Al Hasan out for the remainder of the tournament, Shamim Hossain succeeded him in the opening XI against South Africa. Nasum Ahmed also appeared for Mustafizur Rahman but one can expect the left-arm pace bowler to revert to the team in this match. 

Australia vs Bangladesh Match Tips

Bangladesh looked very exhausted with the bat facing South Africa but returned by showing some dignity with the ball through the South Africa reply. They will want to bestow that their series victory overhead Australia was not a fluke but we are divining a win for Australia in Dubai.

Today’s match prediction:  Australia to win the match.