Bangladesh vs India

2nd Match, Bangladesh vs India, T20I Tri-Series, 2018

Bangladesh vs India

2nd Match, Bangladesh vs India, T20I Tri-Series, 2018

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Let’s get the obvious out of the way – India start as favourites to win the Nidahas Trophy, even though they field a second string side – one without their star batsman and regular skipper Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav. On the face of it, the powerhouses of the unit are missing but with the likes of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan at the top of the order, the No.3 ranked T20I machinery are unlikely to quiver. While the visitors made the voluntary choice of resting the top guns, Sri Lanka’s is a forced one, with their star all-rounder and captain Angelo Mathews grappling with an injury again. The fragility of Mathews’s body has been synonymous with the recent downfall of the team too, and as the veteran patiently – desperately at times, looks to put his body together, Sri Lanka’s wait to be on the right track continues.

On the form front, India find themselves in the pink of health, pushed very little by South Africa last month with the visitors winning the ODI leg 5-1 and the T20I series 2-1. Sri Lanka, too, have for now gathered themselves better and the wins in Bangladesh – across the tri-nation ODI series, and bilateral Tests and T20I series in Bangladesh – will give them solace, and why not? Having endured their worst year in cricket, copping 40 losses across all forms in a single calendar year – the most for any team, Sri Lanka learnt it the hard way that winning indeed is a good habit – something they have just realised. Just as any complacency could risk kicking in given the familiar environs of home – highly doubtful, they would not have forgotten their recent travails against India, with a tourwash at home and series losses across forms when they had toured India after that.

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