In the second semifinal India will play against Bangladesh today. Pakistan already reached to final by beating England yesterday. Now in ICC champions trophy 2017 final it is clear that Indian sub continental teams will play in final.
For most Bangladesh fans, just getting to the semi-final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 has been a victory in itself.
Bangladesh, however, ought to realize that they are currently excessively old in worldwide cricket, making it impossible to be happy with one major win in one competition. But that the second huge win should come against a side that has turned out to be to a great degree comfortable with huge match environment. India let different sides drive themselves into a free for all in these huge matches, and themselves focus on keeping up little trains.
On the off-chance that Bangladesh will win the semi-final, it is not liable to occur on the back of missteps from India, who are in their 6th semi-final in the last seven ICC competitions. They should figure out how to expand on what they did with the ball in the initial 30 overs in Melbourne.
With R Ashwin’s arrival to the XI, India will feel they have discovered the missing connection, particularly with pitches getting slower toward the end of the competition. Against South Africa, India’s quicks indicated they could bowl to an arrangement for a considerable length of time. The one shortcoming is the middle and lower middle order, however the main three haven’t uncovered them at all in this competition. Practically every time Bangladesh have beaten India, or verge on beating India, it is on account of their bowlers, who have the most noticeably bad form this competition and the third-most exceedingly awful economy rate.
Bangladesh- Bangladesh used four fast bowlers against New Zealand and they will go with same tactics to break the strong Indian batting line-up.
India- Umesh Yadav has performed well against Bangladesh but unlikely to participate in this match.
“It’s no surprise any more to anyone that they are really playing well. They’ve really improved their cricket, and it’s a credit to their set-up and the kind of players they have now who are taking more responsibility. They are a very dangerous side on their day, and everyone realises that.”
“I know that on our day, we can do anything.”