BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11 : England look to make it two wins on the bounce when they take on Bangladesh today
Suffering two defeats in their opening two encounters, for hosts England, the need for a win was growing massively with every passing defeat. And the side finally managed to stem their run of defeats against India U19 after they ended up defeating one of the firm favourites for this series.
Restricting India to an average score of 256, England U19 never faltered in their run chase as they went about to imbed a successful pursuit of the target. In the end, they ended up winning with 8 balls and 5 wickets to spare, a win they cruised to in the end courtesy of a final 59 run partnership in between Hill and Kasey Aldridge.
It’s exactly that clinical performance which the home side will be looking to further propel themselves from when they look to avenge a howler of a defeat by Bangladesh the last time these two teams had met in the tournament. On that day, England were cleaned out for 200, a score Bangladesh went to chase down with 6 wickets to spare, leaving England suffering the aberrations of a horrid batting display.
With England having finally gotten their campaign back on track, expect them to come hot off the blocks today. Both these sides were pummelled by India to fold out for 200 once but have registered two compelling wins as well, leaving today’s encounter finely poised.
Expect this to be an edge of the seat thriller with us just about going in with England U19 as the winner for this one on the basis of their slightly better batting unit.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
This is going to be a decent wicket for batting especially in the first part of the innings. The ball will come nicely onto the bat in that period and finding the runs will be an easy proposition before eventually slowing up. The side winning the toss will be looking to step out and bat first on this surface.
Probable Playing 11
Ben Charlesworth, Tom Clark, Jack Haynes, Lewis Goldsworthy, Joey Evison, George Hill (C), Finlay Bean (WK), Kasey Aldridge, Nick Kimber, Blake Cullen, Hamidullah Qadri
Prantik Nawrose Nabil, Tanzid Hasan, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Towhid, Shahadat Hossain, Akbar Ali (C & WK), Shamim Hossain, Mrittunjoy, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Rakibul Hasan, Shoriful Islam
Tri-Nation U19 Series
Match: England U19 Vs Bangladesh U19
Date And Time: 28th July, Sunday- 3:30pm IST
Venue: College Ground, Cheltenham
Where To Watch: ECB YouTube
Dream 11 Picks
Wicket-Keepers for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
Lower middle-order batsman, Akbar Ali from Bangladesh is our pick for this one. England’s Bean has not managed to impress in his three outings and we don’t see him improving today either, leaving Ali as the only viable option with him having scored 56 against India as well.
Batsmen for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
With a match winning 52 against Indian U19, an innings which saw off the new ball to perfection and keep India’s pacers well outside the wickets column, opener Ben Charlesworth is our selection from England U19. Jack Haynes partners his up for this match after delivering an astounding man of the match 89 to help England register their first points.
Lower order bat, George Hill comes in as well from the side after emerging as the most consistent bat from the side across all their three matches till now. Elsewhere from Bangladesh we are going in with the lone pick of Tanzid Hassan.
All-Rounders for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
With the number 4 spot to his name and a certainty to get to dole out all his 10 overs with the ball, England’s Lewis Goldsworthy is an indispensible pick for us. Whenever we are crafting out a Dream 11 side, players who offer such immense value are aways kept first on our agenda and we are expecting Lewis to add a plethora of points to our side today.
We are going in with both Shamim Hossain and Shahadat Hossain for this encounter from Bangladesh.
Bowling Order for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
With both the sides having flattered across their matches in the tournament in the batting department, dwindling under the slightest bit of pressure, or bowling unit makes for formidable viewing. We have picked out all the key players to engage in over here with wickets bound to fall at regular intervals.
With two wickets and 29 runs in is kitty the last time around, Kasey Aldridge played a pivotal role in guiding his side to their first win of the marquee series. Kasey showed that he is more than adept with the bat as well, someone who has imbued in him a slew of abilities as a cricketer.
Hamidullah Qadri becomes our second player from England with this surface bound to favour the spinners. His offspin in particular will perturb Bangladesh’s lefthanders who will find it tough to get under his massively turning away deliverers. From Bangladesh, Shoriful Islam completes our side for today.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We are going to be selecting Lewis Goldsworthy as our captain while Aldridge is selected as our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Advice
With teams partaking in the tournament in a hectic and congested schedule, one which sees several countries play on consecutive days, there is a likelihood of sides changing their playing 11’s for every match. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your side which include the best performers for each side with players being roped in based on their pivotal role and importance to the team paired with the pitch conditions, toss and recent performances.