The T20 World Cup 2022 match between India and Bangladesh on November 2 has the potential to be heated. Particularly if you recall what unfolded during the previous tournament clash between the two teams. Some of the players from that 2016 game are still around, despite the fact that many others have moved on and retired. Both sets of fans still have recent memories of that match. For those unversed, India defeated Bangladesh by 1 run in a thrilling contest.

In their game against South Africa, India struggled as Lungi Ngidi made good use of the Perth pitch. KL Rahul and Deepak Hooda were loose outside the off-stump, while Indian skipper Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya were out trying to pull the ball. With little assistance from the other end, Suryakumar Yadav was the only one who stood out while attempting to salvage the innings with his impressive shot-making. South Africa, too, stumbled a little bit with the bat, but David Miller brought them home, giving India some difficulty going into their final two Super 12 games.

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India has only lost one T20I against Bangladesh

However, India has consistently outplayed Bangladesh, losing just one T20I against them in all of their clashes. They would want their top order to start putting up points so that they can focus on big hits rather than rebuilding in the middle and lower orders. Additionally, India would like to see improvement in how their bowlers handle the death overs, especially if they think Ravichandran Ashwin can be a problem for Bangladesh’s left-handed batsmen.

Meanwhile, Bangladesh defeated Zimbabwe and the Netherlands but lost to South Africa. Bangladesh would welcome the glow of two fought-for victories, despite the fact that it has put them in a difficult NRR (Net Run Rate) situation. The fact that they can still qualify for the semi-finals if they defeat India will no doubt please them.

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Overall, the game on November 2 at Adelaide Oval appears to be another memorable one, particularly given the usual drama and emotions that have accompanied every match between these two teams over the last ten years. However, both India and Bangladesh would try to ignore all of that, as well as the possibility of rain, in order to focus on the task at hand: securing the two points and a place in the semi-finals.

Match streaming details

Date & Time: 2nd November, 2022 | 01:30 P.M.

Tv: Star Sports Network

OTT: Disney Plus Hotstar