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Friday, June 05, 2009

India vs Bangladesh Online Live Score: T20 Match on 6 June 2009

If you want to get the live score and updates of the match between India and Bangladesh, then visit the following link:

India vs Bangladesh Live Scores: T20 World Cup 2009

This is the opening match for both India and Bangladesh in twenty20 world cup. This is a rematch of group A and in this group, the other country is Ireland. Bangladesh vs India will start at 17:00 GMT (Local Time 18:00) and Trent Bridge, Nottingham is the venue. I know that the supporters of India are expecting a big win by a huge margin but they should not be complacent about playing against Bangladesh. You should remember that In 2007 World Cup cricket, Bangladesh depicted India and then way India got out from the first round. Therefore, if Bangladesh again wins then it will not be the first time.

PTI wrote:

For India, Bangladesh may look easy meat on paper but Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his men will guard against complacency when they begin their title defence against the minnows in the Twenty20 World Cup here tomorrow.

Considering the ease with which India bulldozed Pakistan in their last warm-up match, Bangladesh would require an extraordinary effort even to stretch them but upsets do happen and that would keep Dhoni's men on their toes in the Group A encounter.

The Bangladeshi supporters have another reason to feel confident. In the practice matches, Bangladesh won against Netherlands and Scotland. Not only that, they put up a very strong fight against Australia and Sri Lanka. In fact, in the match against the Lanka, they could put their opponent in constant pressure until the last moment. Of course, you have to remember that these are practice matches but tomorrow, it is a real match of T20 World cup 2009. India is the current champion of this event and they’re one of the hot favorites even this time.

Cricket Next wrote:

Bangladesh stunned India in the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean to plot an early exit of their neighbours from the quadrennial extravaganza and Ashraful said a repeat on Saturday could give them a Super Eights berth in the Twenty20 World Cup.

"Our first goal is the Super Eights but if we have a good start against India, it will give us the confidence of going far in the tournament," Ashraful said.

Indian team has one advantage and that is they have some excellent batsman who can demolish any bowling lineup. Well, the only problem that I can understand about teaming India is that the English condition can be quite tricky. It is more difficult for the batsman to score runs in England than Other countries like India. We saw that in the match against New Zealand the Indian batsmen suffered. However, they were in top form against Pakistan and the supporters want that the Indian batsman can continue their good form in the match against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh and India are expecting that they will advance to the second round from this group. The other countries are land and many people think that Bangladesh and India will easily go to the second round. So, in a sense, tomorrow’s match is like the decider for the top spot of the group. Of course, in English condition, many things can happen as England is a famous country before frequent and unexpected rains out of no where.

India is now the most important market for cricket revenue and naturally, many web sites will provide live score and updates of the match between India and Bangladesh tomorrow. I’m giving the name of some of the web sites:

Cricinfo

Cricketnext

Cricket.sulekha

Stickcricket

Who do you think will win the match tomorrow?

5 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:39 PM

    Bangladesh did challenge New Zealand in the warm-up match, they lose in the last ball of the game; that was a thriller. Also Sri Lanka had to bat out 19.4 overs (not 18.4 overs) to snatch a tense win again Bangladesh. Please take a little more care while dealing with important statistics. Thank you.

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  2. Anonymous5:40 PM

    Bangladesh did challenge New Zealand in the warm-up match, they lost in the last ball of the game; that was a thriller. Also Sri Lanka had to bat out 19.4 overs (not 18.4 overs) to snatch a tense win against Bangladesh. Please take a little more care while dealing with important statistics. Thank you.

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  3. Thank you for mentioning the mistake.

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