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Cricket Blog: Bangladesh vs Australia, 2nd T20 Match

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A strong performance in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), following the development of their batsman and the fielding coach respectively, gives them an edge over Australia when they meet in a one-off T20 international on Tuesday, February 27, after a 16-month absence from the format. Bangladesh is set to play their first T20 against Australia since the 2015 World Cup final, at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Australia hasn't played a T20 international in Bangladesh since the September 2012 Asia Cup at Dhaka, which they won. Both sides have to play eight matches across the remainder of the BPL this year. Cricket Blog In all, Australia will play six international matches in Bangladesh between July 2017 and June 2018 - two Tests, three ODIs, and three T20Is.



Bangladesh vs Australia, 2nd T20 Match

Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Sun, 08 Oct 2016, 11:15 AM Soumya Sarkar and Mohammad Mithun shared a 95-run opening stand to lay the foundation for Bangladesh's win © Getty Soumya Sarkar's 18th T20 half-century, and Mushfiqur Rahim's 40 off 19 balls gave Bangladesh a comfortable eight-wicket win over Australia in the second T20I in Mirpur on Sunday (October 9). The hosts chased down the target of 152 with more than nine overs to spare, winning the series 2-0. Batting first, Australia was in trouble at 65 for 5 in the 12th over after the departure of David Warner and Steve Smith. Glenn Maxwell and Andrew Tye steadied the innings with a 65-run stand. Both departed in quick succession with Australia still needing 47 runs off 27 balls.


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Bangladesh vs Australia, 2nd T20 match: Australia and Bangladesh faced each other on 4th August 2017, in Bangladesh to play the 2nd T20 match of the tri-series.


Bangladesh vs Australia, 2nd T20 Match

Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Fri, 03 Aug 2017, 06:18 PM Travis Head's 53-ball 66 got Australia back into the hunt © Getty Bangladesh, with their short-ball success, let a batting line-up featuring some of the best T20 bowlers in the world off to a flyer. But as they knew, an innings like this couldn't happen forever. Fittingly, it was Travis Head's batting form that revived Australia's chase when he was finally caught up in the middle. Bangladesh, then, found themselves on the receiving end of a track that had enough movement and bounce to trouble the best of the best, and their batting fell apart.

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