Australia vs Bangladesh, 43rd Match - Live Cricket Score

ICC Cricket World Cup, 2023 | 11 Nov 2023, Sat, 10:30 AM IST | Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune

ResultAustralia won by 8 wickets


306/8 (50 ov)



307/2 (44.4 ov)

Player of the Match: Mitchell Marsh

Tanzid HasanTanzid Hasanc & b S Abbott363460105.88
Litton DasLitton Dasc M Labuschagne b A Zampa36455080.00
Nazmul Hossain ShantoNazmul Hossain Shanto(c)runout (J Inglis / M Labuschagne)45576078.95
Towhid HridoyTowhid Hridoyc M Labuschagne b M Stoinis74795293.67
MahmudullahMahmudullahrunout (M Labuschagne)322813114.29
Mushfiqur RahimMushfiqur Rahim(wk)c P Cummins b A Zampa21240187.50
Mehidy Hasan MirazMehidy Hasan Mirazc P Cummins b S Abbott292040145.00
Nasum AhmedNasum Ahmedrunout (S Abbott)7110063.64
Mahedi HasanMahedi HasanNot out230066.67
Taskin AhmedTaskin AhmedNot out01000.00
Did Not Bat: Mustafizur Rahman
Extra( b - 0, w - 12, no - 2, lb - 10, p - 0 )24
Total( 6.12 Runs per over )306 (8 Wkts, 50 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

76-1 (Tanzid Hasan, 11.2), 106-2 (Litton Das, 16.4), 170-3 (Nazmul Hossain Shanto, 27.5), 214-4 (Mahmudullah, 35.4), 251-5 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 42.1), 286-6 (Towhid Hridoy, 46.3), 303-7 (Mehidy Hasan Miraz, 49.1), 304-8 (Nasum Ahmed, 49.3)

Josh Hazlewood71210003.00
Pat Cummins(c)80560047.00
Sean Abbott100612106.10
Mitchell Marsh404801212.00
Adam Zampa100322003.20
Travis Head60330005.50
Marcus Stoinis50451029.00

Travis HeadTravis Headb T Ahmed10112090.91
David WarnerDavid Warnerc NH Shanto b M Rahman53616086.89
Mitchell MarshMitchell MarshNot out177132179134.09
Steve SmithSteve SmithNot out63644198.44
Did Not Bat: Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Inglis (wk), Marcus Stoinis, Sean Abbott, Pat Cummins (c), Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood
Extra( b - 0, w - 4, no - 0, lb - 0, p - 0 )4
Total( 6.87 Runs per over )307 (2 Wkts, 44.4 Ov)

Fall of Wickets

12-1 (Travis Head, 2.5), 132-2 (David Warner, 22.1)

Taskin Ahmed100611016.10
Mahedi Hasan90380014.22
Nasum Ahmed100850018.50
Mehidy Hasan Miraz60470007.83
Mustafizur Rahman9.41761017.86

Predict the Winner!


AUS (63%)


Drawn (14%)


BAN (22%)

Votes 187



ICC Cricket World Cup

Date & Time

11 Nov 2023, Sat, 10:30 AM IST


Australia elected to bowl


Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune


Ahsan Raza (Pakistan), Marais Erasmus (South Africa), Richard Illingworth (England, TV)

Match Referee

Andy Pycroft (Zimbabwe)

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Australia will take on Bangladesh in the 43rd game of the ODI World Cup 2023 on Saturday (November 11) at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. Australia have won six out of eight games and have qualified for the semi-finals. Bangladesh managed to win just two matches out of eight and are currently in the third-last position on the points tally.

Australia faced Afghanistan in their last game. They chased down the target of 292 runs in 46.5 overs. Glenn Maxwell was amazing with the bat and played a historical innings. He made 201 runs off 128 deliveries, helping Australia cross the line despite losing the first seven wickets for just 91 runs. No other Australian batter managed to make more than 25 runs in that game.

Bangladesh faced off against Sri Lanka in their recent match. In the beginning, Bangladesh managed to take the wickets of Kusal Perera for just four runs. Sri Lanka lost two more wickets before they reached 100 runs. Sadeera Samarawickrama contributed 41 runs before he was dismissed. In a surprising turn of events, Angelo Mathews faced a "timed out" dismissal in the 25th over. Sri Lanka's Charith Asalanka played a fine innings, scoring 108 runs, and that helped Sri Lanka reach a total of 279 runs. Tanzim Hasan Shakib was outstanding on his World Cup debut and claimed three wickets.

Bangladesh lost two early wickets, but Shakib Al Hasan and Najmul Hossain Shanto formed a crucial partnership of 169 runs. Although Angelo Mathews managed to dismiss both of them, it came too late for Sri Lanka. They comfortably achieved the goal of 280 runs with three wickets to spare in 41.1 overs.

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