Wednesday, June 14, 2017

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: India to face Bangladesh in 2nd Semi Final

Men in blue are going to face the furious Tigers (Bangladesh) tomorrow. Although India is going to be the favorites for that match, they should be aware of the massive opening line up and bowling strategies of the Bangladesh team. Indian’s should be well prepared with their arsenal to face their world cup nemesis.

In 2007, the whole country was shocked with that defeat given by the underdogs of the game. The scar made by that young team is still vivid in the hearts of many cricket aficionados. So, the upcoming battle between the aristocrats and avid youngsters is going to be a ferocious and fabulous entertainment for the viewers.

The recent win against the Proteas has given them immense confidence after the bowlers let loose of the match against Mathew’s brave and scorching Sri Lankan team. The Eight wicket win over the South Africans, guided by Virat Kohli (76*) and Dhawan (78) will give the Indians all the charisma they were looking from the start of this tournament. Jasprit Bumrah was awarded the man of the match for his timely 2 for 28.

The kiwis were burnt to ashes by the ever charming; upset creators, Bangladesh. Shakib Al Hasan (114) and Mahmudullah’s (102*) great knock clinched a euphoric triumph against the Black Caps. They are jubilant after the win and are determined to crush the Indians too in their semi-final encounter.

If captain Virat Kohli isn’t planning to get the wickets of nightmare opening partners Thamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar then team India’s bright chances of winning the mini world cup might fade away. Also, Mustafizur Rahman can bowl in good line and length with the experienced tiger Mashrafe Mortaza and can create problems for India.

Book your time for this exciting encounter and watch the merciless match up on YuppTV. Cricket fans from continental Europe and Canada can watch the live coverage of the much-awaited battle India vs Bangladesh direct from the cricket ground on YuppTV for free.