Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 6th ODI Prediction Who Will Win 25th January 2018

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Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 6th ODI Prediction Who Will Win 25th January 2018Sri Lanka will would like to endure to the finals when they go up against has Bangladesh in the 6th and the last alliance session of the tri-country arrangement. The match is planned to be played on January 25 at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Live activity will start at 12 PM nearby time.

Tamim Iqbal (76 ) and Shakib Al Hasan (51) crushed twin fifties in the last diversion against Zimbabwe and spared the group from a batting debacle. Tamim is driving the runs graphs with three fifties in the same number of matches and he is the key figure in Bangladesh’s batting line-up. Shakib completed with the best playing figures of 3-34 of every nine overs while Mustafizur Rahman took two wickets and was exceptionally conservative. Shakib has taken the most wickets up until now (9 wickets in 3 matches) and he will be the principle danger for Sri Lanka.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 6th ODI Prediction Who Will Win 25th January 2018

Bangladesh to win

Opening batsman Kusal Perera managed damage in the last diversion against Zimbabwe and will be inaccessible for whatever is left of the arrangement. In his nonattendance, Sri Lanka will look to any semblance of Upul Tharanga, Kusal Mendis and DInesh Chandimal to score the enormous runs. Thisara Perera shook the Zimbabwean best request with a four-wicket pull and Nuwan Pradeep too contributed with three wickets. Perera is among the main wicket-takers and he will be the key man for his favor the ball.

This is a weight diversion for Sri Lanka. While a win here will take them to the finals, a thrashing will zest things up as it will then come down to the net run-rates of Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe. The Lankans were overwhelmed by the hosts when they met them in the third session of the arrangement and now the nonattendance of Angelo Mathews and Kusal Perera has drained their batting. Bangladesh have an extraordinary record at the Shere Bangla with 10 wins in their previous 12 ODIs thus we foresee them to come up trumps in this match.