ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report

ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report
ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report
ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report
ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report

ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report

ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODI: Bangladesh to lock horns with Afghanistan | Toss, Playing XI, Pitch Report

ICC WorldCup 2023 3rd-ODIHere are the toss details.

Playing XI of Afganistan

Afghanistan (Playing XI): Rahmanullah Gurbaz(w), Ibrahim Zadran, Rahmat Shah, Hashmatullah Shahidi(c), Mohammad Nabi, Najibullah Zadran, Azmatullah Omarzai, Rashid Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Naveen-ul-Haq, Fazalhaq Farooqi.

Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tanzid Hasan, Litton Das, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Shakib Al Hasan(c), Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Towhid Hridoy, Mahmudullah, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman.

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Hashmatullah Shahidi: We are excited and we will enjoy ourselves. This time we are more confidence, we have prepared well and I am confident we will do well in this World Cup. We need to score more runs and put them under pressure, that’s our goal. A lot of boys played in the IPL and India was our home grounds earlier. That will help us a lot.

Shakib Al Hasan: Will field first, generally it is a ground where the team chases well. Some help for the seamers first up and we would like to capitalize on that. I am happy that I am representing my country for the fifth time in the World Cup. We have to focus on our skills and not think too much. We have the team to do well.

What to expect: A chilly morning with temperatures in the early 20s and some hazy sunshine is in the offing. The venue has been kinder to pacers – they’ve picked 36 wickets in 4 ODIs here, while spinners have just 17. It’s a stat that should please Bangladesh more than Afghanistan, as they prepare to unleash a three-pronged pace attack.Rashid Khan: A special occasion for me and the team to be in the World Cup. I’m excited it’s happening in India. That’s how we’re famous as a team, we have a good spin attack.

There will be different conditions and in the ODI World Cup, you will be playing the best sides. You have more deliveries to play but lots of things to learn. You have to be more consistent and calm in this format. Will try my best to perform well for the team. A big advantage for us as a team as well, we’ve played a lot of home games in India in Lucknow and Dehradun.

In most of the grounds the conditions will be the same. I’ve played a lot of IPL and international cricket for Afghanistan here so that experience will help. But it’s a different format. We’ll give our best and try to enjoy. We hardly get that kind of opportunity where we can play against the big teams a lot.

Last time we played teams like Australia, New Zealand and England in the 2019 World Cup. The more we play the better we get. In T20s we’ve played a lot against them and have gotten better. If we play more in ODIs we will get more consistent.

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