Bangladesh will face difficult Zimbabwe to keep hope

Bangladesh will face fearsome Zimbabwe tomorrow in their third game of the T20 World Cup in historic Brisbane, Australia with the promise to forget the nightmare of the previous match and return with renewed confidence. Bangladesh is desperate to win this game to keep the hopes of the semi-finals alive.
Gazi TV and T-Sports channels will broadcast the game from 9 am Bangladesh time.

Bangladesh won by 9 points against the Netherlands in their first game in Super Twelve and did not lose by a record margin of 104 points against South Africa in the following game. A loss to Zimbabwe tomorrow could hurt the Tigers’ hopes of advancing to the semi-finals. Bangladesh will go into the third game with the shock of a big defeat, but Zimbabwe will enter the field with confidence. Zimbabwe picked up a historic one-point win over tournament favorites Pakistan in the previous match.

A few months ago it was thought that Bangladesh and Zimbabwe don’t compare to any cricket format. But the situation changed when the East African nation suddenly emerged as giant killers in this format. Zimbabwe has put a lot of effort into domestic cricket with a plan despite years of struggles – various issues and a weak cricketing culture. They get the results of hard work. Since beating Bangladesh in the ODI and T20 formats just three months ago, their cricket has started with new vigor.

Still, Zimbabwe was due to play the first round of the T20 World Cup. Zimbabwe, who qualified for the main stage as group champions, narrowly escaped the embarrassment of losing to South Africa in the main stage. The game was canceled due to rain. However, the team’s performance against Pakistan in the next match served as a warning for Bangladesh. However, Sridharan Sriram, the team’s technical consultant, is not worried about Zimbabwe’s big win and Bangladesh’s loss in the previous match. He said that despite the loss to South Africa, they are mentally strong.

Sriram said today: “I think the morale of the party is in good shape. We realized that South Africa had played very well that day. They were very strong. He also said: “Riley Russo has taken the team to such a solid position by falling to number three. We saw great rounds from Quinton de Kock and Russo. We have to learn from here. Sriram also said his side is in good shape and ready to face Zimbabwe tomorrow.
He said: “In 2007 we won the first Super Twelve game after 15 years – I think that’s a wonderful thing. I think the boys on the team brought it. The effort of the boys for the team and all the credit goes to them.
Sriram also said, “We want to think of one game and not several at once. I don’t want to think too much. Our next challenge is Zimbabwe. We must have a plan. We respect Zimbabwe. They had an incredible performance against Pakistan. We watched every ball in that game and the way they played against Pakistan was amazing.

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