BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11 : England U19 look to win their first match against Bangladesh U19 today after suffering two comprehensive defeats
For hosts England, this Tri-Nation U19 Series has not shaped out the way the side would have liked. Despite playing on home conditions, on pitches which would favour them, the side have managed to taste just the single win till now in what has been a disappointing spree of results for the outfit.
And they have in particular faced massive failure against today’s opponents with the side failing to defeat Bangladesh U19 even once in the two matches the sides have fought it out in the middle in. While the first was a harrowing 6 wicket defeat as they were restrained to 200-7, the second match saw things get only worse for them.
Despite managing to muster up 242-9, the bowling unit let them down massively, allowing Bangladesh to chase down the target with 7 wickets and 9 balls to spare. It leaves England with just the one win, something the side would like to finally add on when they come across Bangladesh for the third time today.
Pitch Conditions And Toss
This is a surface where the side winning the toss will definitely like to bowl first. We’ve traditionally seen low scores in this series with the average for the side batting first being 240 with the pitch getting better as the day passes on, settling down to reduce the purchase for the pace bowlers on it.
Probable Playing 11
Ben Charlesworth, Tom Clark, Jack Haynes, Joey Evison, Lewis Goldsworthy, George Hill(c), Finlay Bean(wk), Nick Kimber, Blake Cullen, Hamidullah Qadri, James Taylor
Tanzid Hasan, Mohammad Parvez Hossain, Mahmudul, Md Towhid, Shamim Hossain, Akbar Ali(c)(wk), Shahadat Hossain, Mrittunjoy, Rakibul Hasan, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Shoriful Islam
England have huffed and puffed this series but have just failed to intertwine both the batting and bowling departments in unison. The seamless blend needed between the two departments has been lacking to see the side sitting in the trenches of the league standings and we don’t see that improving today either.
Bangladesh U19 should go onto win this encounter on virtue of a better bowling unit and make it three wins out of three against England.
Tri-Nation U19 Youth Series
Match: England U19 Vs Bangladesh U19
Date And Time: 1st August, Thursday- 3:30pm IST
Venue: Toby Howe Cricket Ground, Billericay
Where To Watch: ECB YouTube
- Bens Charlesworth, Jack Haynes, Lewis Goldsworthy, Blake Cullen
- Akbar Ali ,Shoriful Islam, Hasan Sakib, Tanzid Hasan
Dream 11 Picks
Wicket-Keepers for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
There is only one option which looks sensible enough in divulging in for this encounter. Bangladesh’s Akbar Ali is the only wicket-keeper who has managed to come up with some runs in the series and with a good score in his previous match against India, we are going to be opting for him.
Batsmen for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
England are going to need massive runs on the scoreboard if they are to have a chance of making tings jittery for Bangladesh and showing the stomach for a fight in this one. And the one name who has emerged as the most reliable for the side has been opener Ben Charlesworth, helping provide the side with a foundation to come out and build on.
He scored 68 the last time these two sides met and comes into our side straightaway. We have also opted for milled-order batsmen Jack Haynes and George Hill while from Bangladesh we are getting in Mohammad Parvez Hossain as the only pick from the side.
All-Rounders for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
The best player to have emerged from England’s side this series has been number 4 bat Lewis Goldsworthy. Not only has been managed to hold fort for his side with some vital conditions but has also used his nous of abilities with the ball to pick up wickets at crucial junctures. He delivered an all-round performance of 36 runs and 1-27 in the previous match and would be looking to emulate the same today in a match of pivotal importance for his side.
Shamim Hossain is our pick from Bangladesh as we wrap up this segment with the two selections.
Bowling Order for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
We’ve filled our bowling unit to the brim given that wickets are bound to tumble in this match. The series has been home to low scoring encounters with sides relying on their bowling departments to bundle out the opposition for low totals.
And given the paper thin nature of England’s batting unit, we have Tanzim Hasan and Rakibul Hasan come into our side. Elsewhere from England, it’s the deadly duo of Kasey Aldridge and spinner Hamidullah Qadri who are entering the fray our side with the two having delivered some emphatic performances in unison.
Aldridge was given a rest for the previous match but with him being such an important bowler for his side, expect him to come back for this one.
Captain And Vice-Captain for BN-Y vs EN-Y Dream11
We are making Goldsworthy our captain for this encounter while Shamim is selected as our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match, their performances in recent time, how the two teams have fared in the cricketing fraternity over the course of the last year, pitch report and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players who are expected to dole out the maximum points.