India will go all guns blazing in their match against Bangladesh as they will be looking forward to finalising their spot in the final.
Following a watchful start against a disciplined Bangladesh bowling, India cut loose with Sharma and Suresh Raina, who smashed 47, putting together 102 runs for the second wicket.
Riding on Rohit Sharma's scintillating 89-run innings, which saw as many as five boundaries and five maximums, India defeated Bangladesh by 17 runs in the 5th encounter of Nidahas Trophy.
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Despite making a good start with the ball giving away 49 runs in the Powerplay, Bangladesh failed to sustain the pressure towards the end of the innings and lost the momentum as India piled on 176 for 3 in 20 overs. Indian skipper Rohit Sharma not being able to finish his spell of four overs in two of three games. India made one change in the team to bring Mohammad Siraj in place of Jaydev Unadkat.
For Bangladesh, fast-bowler Abu Hider has replaced for Taskin Ahmed. The partnership was broken when Rubel Hossain cleaned up Shikhar Dhawan on 35 (27).
In the last match, it was a 68-run stand between Dinesh Karthik and Manish Pandey which took the visitors home. The Indian team has won back-to-back matches after losing their first match against the hosts, Sri Lanka. One of India's most successful white ball players in recent times, the talented Mumbaikar is waiting for that one big knock that will propel him back to form.
But the young squad has done well so far in this series under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma who is in great form.
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When Mustafizur (0/38 in 4 overs), while trying for the slower one, ended up bowling full tosses, Rohit opened the bat face to fetch boundaries in the arc between point and the third man. It will be interesting to see if either of them make it to the playing eleven, given that this will be a do-or-die clash for both the teams.
Chasing a victory target of 177, Bangladesh were restricted to 159 for six in the allotted overs despite a brilliant unbeaten half century by Mushfiqur Rahim (72 n o, 55b, 8×4, 1×6).
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The match is scheduled to begin at 1900 hrs IST. Experienced left-arm batsman Raina then joined Rohit and the duo played sensibly.
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