This is not a match many had anticipated that would see as the second semi-last of this version of Champions Trophy, yet credit to Bangladesh for some great cricket, and to the rain divine beings for helping them out a reasonable piece, that they will confront India in the second semi-last of Champions Trophy 2017. This match
will be played at Birmingham on fifteenth June, and the champ will assume their legitimate position in the last to be played at The Oval on Sunday.
Bangladesh have returned for this version of the Champions Trophy to the detriment of previous champions West Indies, and this itself indicates how much advance they have made as an ODI side. Bangladesh started their battle against the hosts England in the principal match of the competition and they contended well. They batted
well and made a decent attempt in the field, at the end of the day missed the mark and endured a misfortune.
In the second diversion however, Bangladesh were gazing at an impending thrashing against Australia when climate spared them, and this implied despite everything they had a remote possibility of making the semi-finals heading into their last gathering amusement. The condition was not all that basic however. They expected to beat New Zealand in their last gathering amusement and afterward trust that England beat Australia also.
India entered this version of the ICC Champions Trophy as the safeguarding champion, and without a doubt played like a champion side in their first session of the competition against Pakistan. India batted wonderfully, with the majority of their main four scoring fifties, and after that knocked down some pins with loads of venom and train to murder the Pakistan pursue even before it could begin.
In their second amusement however, against Sri Lanka, notwithstanding the batting coming great again and the bowlers having a decent aggregate to work with, the uninhibited stroke play of Sri Lankan batsmen turned out to be excessively, and India endured a sudden misfortune. This misfortune implied that India’s last gathering amusement, against South Africa, was a virtual quarter last, and the main path for India to make the semis was to get a win.
Bangladesh has unquestionably worked hard to achieve the semi-finals and they most likely merit every one of the praises for making it this far, yet overcoming an Indian group which appears to have all bases secured looks like too long an extend. India has an extremely settled and boundlessly experienced squad, they are playing at natural environment and have been in great ODI frame as of late, and every one of these components give them a reasonable high ground in this challenge.