11. Shoriful Islam

Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam and Taskin are expected to form the pace bowling trio. Among the pacers, Mustafizur has been their standout performer, having picked up eight wickets.

10. Mustafizur Rahman

Mustafizur Rahim is supposed to be their gun bowler in the World Cup. However, he seems to have entered a mini slump in recent times. 

9. Nasum Ahmed

Nasum Ahmed, initially, came into the team after replacing Taskin Ahmed in the eleven. The tweaker picked up three wickets, but leaked runs at an economy of 9.42.

8. Taskin Ahmed

Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam and Taskin are expected to form the pace bowling trio. Among the pacers, Mustafizur has been their standout performer, having picked up eight wickets.

7. Mahedi Hasan

Mahedi Hasan started his campaign in the World Cup with a stupendous performance against Scotland in Al Amerat. The off-spinner picked up three wickets, albeit his efforts went in vain.

6. Afif Hossain Dhrubo

Afif Hossain Dhrubo has loads of talent on his shoulders, but he is yet to strike form with the bat. He can also roll his arms over in the hour of need.

5. Liton Das

Liton Das scored 44 while batting at No.3 against the West Indies, although he couldn’t take his team over the finishing line. Hence, the team management may not alter his batting position.

4.  Mahmudullah

Mahmudullah Riyad is currently the leading run-scorer for the Tigers, having notched 150 runs at an average of 37.50 and a strike rate of 132.74

3. Mushfiqur Rahim

Mushfiqur Rahim has scored 143 runs at an average of 28.60, but has looked far from his very best in the event.

2. Mohammad Naim

Mohammad Naim has been fairly decent for the Tigers at the top of the order. The left-hander has scored 148 runs from five games at an average of 29.60 and a strike rate of 113.84.

1. Soumya Sarkar

Liton Das’ inconsistency at the top prompted the management to bring back the left-handed Soumya Sarkar. Although he batted in the middle-order last time, he might be the opener in the next game.