Two teams, which have enjoyed similar fortunes in the ICC World T20 2016 shall lock horns today in Mohali to fight for a semi final slot. Both India and Australia have been outplayed by New Zealand, tested by Bangladesh and fed easy victories by Pakistan. Both have 4 points each, and tonight’s victors shall have
3 wickets in the last 3 balls of the Bangladesh innings. That was how India pulled off a heist against their gritty neighbours, last night at Bangalore in the ICC World T20 2016. However, despite the thrilling end to the contest, one can be forgiven for thinking that it was more a case of Bangladesh
The India v Bangladesh match in the ICC World T20 2016, today, is going to be the third encounter between the two teams this year. And despite the focus on the evolution of Bangladesh cricket, India have been worthy victors on both occasions. Having already lost their first couple of games in this World Cup,
We are nearly into the second week of the ICC World T20 2016. The first few days have been full of exhilarating action, coupled with the display of top notch T20 cricket. Here we take a look at how the teams stand in the all important points table. Group 2 Matches Played Won Lost Tied
The Asia Cup 2016 Final nearly lived up to its promise of being tantalizingly close and nerve wracking. But for MS Dhoni and Mahmudullah, the complexion of the match could have swung either way. Bangladesh could have earned a tight victory had Dhoni not hit a couple of belligerent sixes in the penultimate over. India
India and Bangladesh are simply inseparable at the moment! The two teams shall now clash in the much awaited Asia Cup 2016 Final at Dhaka, tomorrow. While India recent run of form in T20s has made them favourites, Bangladesh’s hard fought victory against Pakistan should inspire them to put up a memorable fight on Sunday.
A thumping victory in the India v Sri Lanka match at Dhaka has taken MS Dhoni’s team sauntering into the finals of the Asia Cup 2016. Barring a couple of breezy knocks from the lower middle order, the islanders were below-par in their batting once again, and could manage just a paltry 138/9 in 20
168 runs. 33 overs. 15 wickets down. We are not talking about an ODI or a Test match here. Rather, these are the stats from the India v Pakistan T20 game in the Asia Cup 2016, played last night at Dhaka. On a pitch where even medium pacers clocked 140 kph consistently, the two arch
It was a winning start for MS Dhoni’s boys in the Asia Cup 2016 as they comprehensively won the India v Bangladesh game at Dhaka by 45 runs. Rohit Sharma and Hardik Pandya helped India put up a challenging 166/6 in 20 overs, after the top order fell prey to the greenness of the track.
Asia Cup 2016 formally commences with the India v Bangladesh clash at Dhaka on February 24th. The last time these two arch rivals met, a little known Mustafizur Rahman had shot to stardom by picking up 13 wickets in 3 ODI matches. India had lost an ODI series against their neighbours for the first time