England will aim to win two of the same matches when they face Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup on Wednesday morning. Both sides will meet at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, and Bangladesh hopes to prove its case after a lacklustre performance against Sri Lanka on Sunday afternoon.
Sri Lanka won five wickets in Sharjah, and Bangladesh failed to meet the challenge despite scoring 171 points itself. The English batting attack did not have a chance to impress throughout their entire squad, as the West Indies were sacked for 55 in the first leg. Eoin Morgan’s side dismantled the Windies in Dubai, and they are ranked 1/4 to continue and defeat Bangladesh. Morgan described his team’s opening performance at Super 12 as “as good as possible,” but they can’t afford to relax in front of Bangladesh.
Mahmudullah and his team are ranked 6th in the ICC rankings and have 3/1 to beat England on Wednesday and will have something to prove by qualifying for this leg of the competition. English bowler Mark Wood missed his first win over the West Indies, and it looks like he’s still struggling to prepare for Wednesday’s meeting. If he’s fit for the role, England should decide whether to abandon one of their bowling attacks, but it looks unlikely after turning Windy over 55. Ditching the batsman instead of Wood might make more sense, but Voodoo may need to be patient for now.
Among the most attractive odds are the following variants in our opinion:
- Highest Opening Partnership – England
- Top England Bowler – Rashid, A
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