IND Vs BAN: Will Bangladesh Cause The Third Upset of This ODI World Cup 2023?

ODI World Cup 2023: This year’s fifty-overs tournament has been entertaining. Even though this tournament is being played on the batting-friendly pitches of India and the batsmen have been on the centre stage. But the bowlers have done a commendable job so far in this ODI World Cup 2023 as there have been two great upsets in this event of the one-day international format. Afghanistan and Netherlands have shocked their opponents. Now it is the turn of the Bangla Tigers to repeat the memories of the 2007 ODI World Cup win over India.
ODI World Cup 2023: India Vs Bangladesh
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ODI World Cup 2023: Cricket has been a great source of entertainment over the years and the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 hasn’t been short of that as well.

One can say that this year’s tournament is being played on the batting friendly pitches of India. However, those people should also see the entertainment value as well. The batters might have been more dominant. Still, the bowlers have done a remarkable job to keep the match in balance.

That is why we have seen two of the greatest upsets in this edition of the ODI World Cup 2023. After Afghanistan won their maiden match of this year’s event against the defending champions, England, The Dutch also stunned the Proteas in yesterday’s game which was played at Dharamshala.

Now the Bangla Tigers will look to cause the third upset of this tournament against the hosts of the ODI World Cup 2023 tournament, India.

Bangladesh has won against Afghanistan in their opening match of this year’s ODI World Cup 2023. The Tigers have also lost one game each against the top teams like England and New Zealand.

India, on the other hand, has won three in three games of this ODI World Cup 2023 event and they are on the pole position as well.

But Bangladesh has won the last one day international match against the men in blue side when these two teams met last time in ODI Asia Cup 2023 event.

ODI World Cup 2023: IND Vs BAN – Match Details

Match – India Vs Bangladesh 17th Match of ODI World Cup 2023

Day and Date – Thursday, 19th October 2023

Toss Timing – 1.30 PM Local and IST, 8 AM GMT

Match Timing – 2 PM IST and Local, 8.30 AM GMT

Venue – Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium in Pune

Live Streaming – Disney+ Hotstar Mobile Application

Television Broadcast Channels – Star Sports and Star Gold 1 For Hindi Commentary

ODI World Cup 2023: IND Vs BAN – Overall Head-To-Head Records in ODI Matches

Overall, India has a good record against Bangladesh in the fifty overs format. But off late Rohit and Co had lost the one-day international series against the Bangla Tigers when India toured Bangladesh in 2022 and the men in blue side had also lost an ODI game which was played in the ODI Asia Cup 2023.

Shubman Gill had scored a brilliant century in a losing cause for India in that game.

  • Overall ODI Matches from 1988 to 2023 – 40

  • India has won 31 one-day international games.

  • Bangladesh has won just eight fifty over matches till now and one match was a no result affair.

ODI World Cup 2023: IND Vs BAN – Head-To-Head Record in Fifty Overs World Cup Events

India’s loss in the 2007 ODI World Cup tournament against Bangladesh is the most humiliating defeat in the history of Indian Cricket. These two sides, India and Bangladesh have played four games in the history of the ODI World Cup tournament.

The men in blue side have won three one-day international matches and Bangladesh’s only against India in the ODI World Cup history came in the year of 2007 edition which was played in West Indies.

  • 2019 – India won by 28 runs in Edgbaston

  • 2015 – India won by 109 runs in Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • 2011 – India won by 87 runs in Dhaka

  • 2007 – The Bangla Tigers won by five wickets in Port of Spain.

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