Sri Lanka Batting has been comparatively weak compared to Bangladesh as they lack Experience.
Bangladesh has done well in recent times on Slowe Pitches and must know how the pitch will play.
Sri Lanka has always done well in the ICC Tournament and will like to continue this trend.
It's the Second Day of the Main Matches of ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021, In the First Match of the Day Two Asian Teams will be taking on each other in a Highly Expected Contest which will be played at Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium. Both teams have managed to make it to the Super 12 and would be interesting how this match goes on. Sri Lanka has been impressive in the Qualifiers making it easily to the Super 12 but the Biggest Question hanging on themself is their Batting. The Top Order has failed to make runs leaving the inexperienced Middle-order in slots of pressure. Fernando holds the key in the Top Order to compile runs for the side. Kusal Perera is also out of form he has to take responsibility in the Top Order. Rajapaksa and Shanaka will form the lower middle order. Hasranga has been a Bright Prospect for the side with both Bat and Ball. He will be the main spinner for the side along with the new Comer Theekshana. Chameera and Lahiru Kumara will be the pacers for the Side.
Bangladesh would be really excited to begin their Campaign in the Main matches against Their Asian rival Sri Lanka. Bangladesh has 1-0 record in T20 World Cup and also has won the last 2 T20 Matches against them and it would certainly help their Confidence. Nain and Litton das will be the opener for the side both have an attacking nature in the Powerplays. Mehedi Hasan comes at 3 and also plays at a brisk rate. Sakib at 4 and Mushi at 5 makes a decent batting order. Mahmudullah Riyadh and Saifuddin have the capability to make quick runs in the Death Overs. The bowling attack is going to be led by Mustafizur Rahman and Shakib Al Hasan. Both of these are world-class bowlers that will love the conditions in Sharjah. Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Amed, and Mohammad Saifuddin will have the responsibility to utilise the condition of the Pitch.
The conditions are going to be spin-friendly. Getting runs in the powerplay and not falling too far behind the run rate are going to be key things to do for each team. This is not a venue where you are going to see too many sixes and the par score could be somewhere around 130-140.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat second. This should be seen as a big advantage to have since setting a score has been tricky in Sharjah. Make sure you take that into account while placing your bets.
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