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What’s New in T20 World Cup Matches in Abu Dhabi

Tame the tiger

England faces serious challenges against Bangladesh in their second T20 World Cup match.

And Eoin Morgan’s men want to continue as they hammer the West Indies on the first weekend.

There, they bowled at just 55 and then ran out of 6 wickets winners in the Windies.

Bangladesh has to do everything if it wants to play in the semifinals after landing in Sri Lanka with 5 wickets.

And in the first round, they were stunned by Scotland, and the president of the Bangladesh Cricket Commission began to criticize the “approach and attitude” of some players.

But Jos Buttler doesn’t take anything for granted.

He describes the Tigers as follows:

“They have a lot of experience with T20 cricket, they have some very good players and they play in their own very special style that I feel.

“They are on the spin-rich side, and in general their batters tend to be very strong squares in the wicket.

“They also have some left arm spinners, so we’re trying to practice against many of them online and make some plans.”



What’s New in T20 World Cup Matches in Abu Dhabi

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