Bangladesh vs India Head to Head Record in World Cup: The SportsRush present before you the Head to Head records for BAN vs IND.
The last warm-up match for the imminent ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played between Bangladesh and India at Cardiff tomorrow. After Bangladesh’s first warm-up match got abandoned without a ball being bowled, the least they would be hoping for would be a full game at Sophia Gardens.
As far as India are concerned, they were beaten comprehensively by New Zealand in their first warm-up match. The favourites for the tournament would be looking to put on board a clinical performance against their neighbours tomorrow.
Mohammad Saifuddin, the bowling all-rounder will be playing his debut ICC Cricket World Cup this year. So far he played 13 ODIs for Bangladesh.#CWC19#KnowYourTigers#RiseOfTheTigers pic.twitter.com/v3E9byGItC
— Bangladesh Cricket (@BCBtigers) May 27, 2019
Bangladesh vs India Head to Head Record in World Cup
Total number of matches played: 35
Matches won by Bangladesh: 5
Matches won by India: 29
Matches played in Bangladesh: 22 (BAN 4, IND 17)
Matches played in India: 3 (BAN 0, IND 3)
Matches played at neutral venues: 10 (BAN 1, IND 9)
Matches played in ICC World Cup: 3 (BAN 1, IND 2)
Most runs for Bangladesh: 604 (Mushfiqur Rahim)
Most runs for India: 654 (Virat Kohli)
Most wickets for Bangladesh: 23 (Mashrafe Mortaza)
Most wickets for India: 16 (Ajit Agarkar)
Most catches for Bangladesh: 23 (Mushfiqur Rahim)
Most catches for India: 21 (MS Dhoni)
India and Bangladesh’s last ODI was played during the final of the Asia Cup last year. In what was the final of the tournament, a nerve-wrenching encounter saw India defeating Bangladesh by 3 wickets.
After India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and chose to field, his bowlers bundled out Bangladesh for 222 in 48.3 overs. It was opening batsman Liton Das’ maiden ODI century, 121 (117), with the help of 12 fours and two sixes, which aided his team to a respectable total.
With bowling figures of 10-0-45-3, Kuldeep Yadav was the pick of the bowlers for India.
Losing wickets at regular intervals called for an intriguing finish to the match. It was eventually all-rounder Kedar Jadhav (23*) who scored the winning runs on the final ball of the match.