Who Will Win England vs Bangladesh, 1st Match, Group A ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 Today Match Prediction, which can held on Jun 01, 2017, Thursday at Kennington Oval, London and the match begins at 10.30AM there local time.
England’s batting has collapsed in stunning style with six wickets falling inside 5 overs in the third and final ODI against South Africa at Lord’s.
The Proteas, already defeated within the collection after England won the primary two matches, made an incredible begin with opening bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Wayne Parnell after captain AB de Villiers received the toss and elected to field at Lord’s on Monday.
Pakistan defeated Bangladesh by 2 wickets of their ICC Champions Trophy warm-up encounter. Shoaib Malik and Fahim Ashraf have been the top-scorers for Pakistan. Earlier, Tamim Iqbal scored 102 to energy Bangladesh to 341/9 in 50 overs.
Tamim Iqbal (102 off 93) hit an excellent century and Imrul Kayes weighed in with 61 as Bangladesh posted an impressive 341-9 after successful the toss.
Who Will Win England vs Bangladesh, 1st Match, Group A ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 Today Match Prediction
England will win
Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal produced a batting masterclass on Saturday to demoralised Pakistan of their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 warm-up match at Birmingham.
Batting first, Bangla Tigers lost Soumya Sarkar early, within the seventh over. However the arrival of Imrul Kayes changed the course of the match,
as Bangladesh produced a 142-run stand for the second wicket, with Iqbal featuring prominently.
Iqbal scored a brilliant 102 off 93 balls with the assistance of 9 fours and four sixes to power Bangladesh to 341/9. Kayes himself scored 61 off 62 balls.
England, ahead of their Champions Trophy opener in opposition to Bangladesh throughout London at The Oval on Thursday,
made a number of changes to the facet that beat the Proteas by two runs at Southampton on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in this three-match collection.
Allrounder Ben Stokes, who struck a superb 101 at Southampton and quick bowler Mark Wooden,
who defended a goal of seven runs off the final over, have been each rested.
So too have been pacemen Liam Plunkett and Chris Woakes, as well as off-spinner Moeen Ali.