We’re almost midway from the continuing Cricket World Cup, and things are only about starting to take shape beautifully. Even though the scheduling of championship has drawn lots of flak over the last week with the majority of the games being washed , things are sure to find interesting ahead. A triumph for South Africa over Afghanistan hasn’t just pushed the latter to the edge of elimination but has additionally maintained the Proteas in the search for a playoff place. In a previous match, England thrashed West Indies to fortify their position in the top-four whereas Bangladesh needed to remain content in dividing points together with Sri Lanka.



West Indies are placed in the sixth place in the points table with a single win, and two declines in the four matches played up to now. They have six matches to go and could preferably must succeed four of these to have a fair chance of progressing into the second round. Even though nearly all of their hard games happen, winning four out of six matches is never a simple prospect, particularly when one of these matches is from India.

Up until today from the championship, it is their bowling that has been accountable for their adequate show up to now. With a great performance in the warm-up fixture, even against the Kiwis, their batting has underperformed on the entire with batsmen dying in the pursuit of getting too many runs too fast.

Overall, West Indies have increased the expectations from them in this Cricket World Cup with all the type of performances they have posted. They have been excellent occasionally, however, the failure to survive through hundred overs has hurt them. If they are able to keep their attention living and be more consistent with their strategy, they’ll be a power to deal with in the upcoming fixture.


Bangladesh had a remarkable start to their effort in this championship, beating South Africa fairly comfortably, but have not managed to generate comparable sort of performance since. They are placed in the seventh position at the points table with only one win in four games and are desperate to get another win to maintain their run over the course.

Coming into the tournament, they left several significant changes to their lineup using Shakib Al Hasan coming in at number three to be the most notable one. The decision to market him has also been the one that has got the most advantage for both side. In the three games he’s played, he’s scored 260 runs in an average of over 86 and also a remarkable strike-rate.

Aside from Shakib Al Hasan, nevertheless, we have not seen anybody from Bangladesh proceed and play a big innings.


Check out the Dream11 Fantasy Lineup of the 23rd World Cup match, between West Indies and Bangladesh below:


Shai Hope
Nicholas Pooran

Tamim Iqbal
Soumya Sarkar

Andre Russell

Shannon Gabriel
Mehidy Hasan Miraz
Mohammad Saifuddin


While both sides have revealed glimpses of human brilliance from the championship thus far they are both addressing their particular set of issues. Batting out fifty overs was a substantial issue for the Windies while Bangladesh seems to be somewhat too over-reliant on Shakib Al Hasan. Tamim Iqbal and Mashrafe Mortaza have largely looked from colour, and the harm to Mushfiqur Rahim has added to their own concerns. We may see West Indies earning Kemar Roach set up of Carlos Brathwaite, and while that will certainly strengthen their bowling attack, which would also create their batting seem a bit more delicate. Assessing both groups on paper, there is barely anything to separate both sides. Taking into consideration the batting favourable surfaces, brief bounds, along with also a balanced bowling attack, the Caribbean side seem to be better positioned to emerge in addition to the upcoming experience.

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