Nidahas Trophy 2018, Bangladesh vs India, 5th T20I – Statistical Preview
All the stats and numbers to be looked out ahead of India’s final league game.
Published - Mar 13, 2018 7:53 pm | Updated - Mar 13, 2018 10:15 pm
Indian middle-order proved their worth in the game against Sri Lanka after none of the top three batsmen scored big during the run-chase. The Indian bowlers showed their character in restricting the opposition after getting thwacked early on. India will need their skipper to score few runs leading into the final. Bangladesh, on the other hand, will carry the confidence of defeating the hosts in a huge run-chase and hope to end their T20I jinx against India.
All the stats and numbers to be looked out ahead of India’s final league game:
1 – Bangladesh won only two of their last 15 matches in the T20I format. Both those wins came against Sri Lanka in Colombo (RPS) as they defeated the home team by 45 runs in 2017 and a 5-wicket win in the 3rd game of the tournament.
6 – Since Dinesh Karthik’s comeback to the International cricket in 2017, India won six International games (3 ODIs and 3 T20Is) while chasing with Karthik in the playing XI. He remained unbeaten in all those six successful chases.
8 – Runs scored by Shikhar Dhawan in the previous game; his first single-digit score in International cricket 2018. The left-hander scored more than 30 runs in nine out of his previous 12 innings at the International level.
10 – Rohit Sharma’s batting average in T20I cricket in 2018. He scored 60 runs in the six T20I innings this year he batted with two ducks and a best of 21.
69 – Dinesh Karthik got out only twice in seven T20I innings since his comeback. The keeper-batsman scored 138 runs in those innings at an average of 69 and an S/R of 168.29.
77.25 – Manish Pandey’s batting average in his last ten T20I innings. He scored 309 runs in those ten outings in this format at an S/R of 134.93. Pandey scored 25+ in seven of his previous ten T20I innings including his career best of 79*.
599 – Number of boundary fours for Rohit Sharma in the Twenty20 format so far. He needs one more four for becoming the 5th Indian player to hit 600 fours in this format.
942 – Runs Mahmudullah Riyad scored in the T20I format. He needs 58 more runs to become the 3rd player with 1000 T20I runs for Bangladesh.
1452 – Suresh Raina is now the 3rd highest run-getter in the T20I format for India. He surpassed MS Dhoni’s tally of 1444 runs in the previous game.
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