Thu, Nov 4, 2021, 10.15 GMT
First published on Thursday, November 4, 2021, 09:22 GMT
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2. About: Bangladesh 6-2 (Naim 1) Another chop-on. Another style, this one, Hazlewood bowling back the length it normally does. The left-handed person simply reaches for it and tries to run a single to deep third away, instead chopping it into their stumps on the go. Thrown a pull shot on the fence in this over, but ends on his wicket.
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1. About: Bangladesh 2-1 (Naim 1, Sarkar 1) No, this result is not a discount deal. It’s two runs, one wicket.
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Gone in the first one! Starc’s swing in, full and in motion, and although the line begins across the right-hand bend, the movement takes its inside edge as you drive and directs it back onto the stumps.
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It’s crunch time. For Australia, that is. For Bangladesh, it’s time to chill and relax. They have already been eliminated from the T20 World Cup so they can play as they please. Win, lose, this is their last game and their tournament ends tonight.
Australia still has two games to go, so Bangladesh can go like two figures wrestling through the windshield of a saloon and take the Aussies away. Or if Australia wins tonight, the eucalyptus and wattle dreams can go on for a while.
Australia’s efforts at this tournament so far have been lackluster: a dreary win against South Africa, a bigger one against Sri Lanka, then one delivered by England Imprint. Bangladesh beat up the Aussies in slow home courts a few months ago. These conditions won’t be extreme, but getting the spin is important. That means Glenn Maxwell will be crucial and maybe a little bit Marcus Stoinis. Australians have to work or go.
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