T20 World Cup, Bangladesh vs Papua New Guinea: Live score and updates

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Liton averaged a pair of 50 runs

In the first two overs, the Bangladesh batsmen could not use the power play. He lost 2 wickets in the first match and scored only 25 runs. The Tigers lost 2 wickets and scored 29 runs against Oman in the second match.

As such, Bangladesh got a run in the first power play against Papua New Guinea today. The Tigers lost Naeem Sheikh's wicket and scored 45 runs. Shakib and Liton tied the knot after Naeem was out. All the runs came with their bat.

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At the time of writing, Bangladesh lost 1 wicket at the end of 6.2 overs and scored 46 runs. Liton Das with 26 runs and Shakib Al Hasan with 15 runs are in the wicket.

Bangladesh will ensure a game in the Super Twelve if they win by just three runs. The opponent is Papua New Guinea who came to play in the World Cup for the first time. Whose position is in the 17th place? Comparatively weaker opponent than Bangladesh.

When the situation is like this, the confidence of Bangladesh cricketers is a bit high. Evidence of which was seen at the beginning. Opener Naeem Sheikh was caught on the field after hitting a six off the second ball of the innings due to a lack of confidence.

Naim almost caught Papua New Guinea's bowler Kabua Morea in the first ball, while wicketkeeper Kiplin Dorigar was caught; But luckily, the ball fell to the ground before reaching the wicketkeeper. But with the next ball, Naeem plunged Bangladesh into despair.

Papua New Guinea bowler Kabua Morea caught a half-volley on a leg stump with a deep square leg. The ball reached Sesse Bauer's hand. Bau didn't have to bother at all to catch the ball floating in the air.

Naeem Sheikh left before he and his team scored any runs in the second ball of the innings. Earlier, Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyad decided to bat after winning the toss.

Naeem Sheikh took leave with the second ball

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Bangladesh will ensure a game in the Super Twelve if they win by just three runs. The opponent is Papua New Guinea who came to play in the World Cup for the first time. Whose position is in the 17th place? Comparatively weaker opponent than Bangladesh.

When the situation is like this, the confidence of Bangladesh cricketers is a bit high. Evidence of which was seen at the beginning. Opener Naeem Sheikh was caught on the field after hitting a six off the second ball of the innings due to a lack of confidence.

Naim almost caught Papua New Guinea's bowler Kabua Morea in the first ball, while wicketkeeper Kiplin Dorigar was caught; But luckily, the ball fell to the ground before reaching the wicketkeeper. But with the next ball, Naeem plunged Bangladesh into despair.

Papua New Guinea bowler Kabua Morea caught a half-volley off the leg stump to hit a deep square leg. The ball reached Sesse Bauer's hand. Bau didn't have to bother at all to catch the ball floating in the air.

Naeem Sheikh left before he and his team scored any runs in the second ball of the innings.

At the time of writing, Bangladesh was 23 for 1 at the end of 3.3 overs. Liton Das with 13 runs and Shakib Al Hasan with 10 runs are in the wicket.

Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat

Bangladesh has no choice but to win. Although the opposition is relatively weak, the last match of the first round against Papua New Guinea is crucial for the Tigers.

Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyadh won the toss in the T20 World Cup in Al Amera. He decided to bat first.

In the first match of the first round, the Tigers got a big push. Losing by 6 runs to a relatively weak Scotland. That rate made Bangladesh's Super Twelve much harder.

However, Mahmudullah Riyadh's team won the second match. The representatives of red and green broke the resistance of the host Oman and left the field with a victory of 28 runs.

The Tigers will be assured of a Super Twelve if they win by a minimum of 3 runs against Papua New Guinea today (Thursday).

Unchanged XI Tigers

The last match of Bangladesh in the first round of the T20 World Cup. In that match against Papua New Guinea, there is no chance of thinking of winning again.

The toss helped the Tigers in the match. Captain Mahmudullah Riyadh decided to bat first. The team is still playing with the XI of the match against Oman.

Bangladesh XI

Liton Das, Naeem Sheikh, Sheikh Mehdi Hasan, Shakib Al Hasan, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Afif Hossain Dhruv, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah Riyad (captain), Mohammad Saifuddin, Taskin Ahmed, Mostafizur Rahman.

Papua New Guinea XI

Lega Siyaka, Asad Valla (captain), Charles Amini, Sese Bau, Simon Atai, Hiri Hiri, Norman Vanua, Kiplin Dariga, Chad Soper, Kabua Morea, Damien Ravu.

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