Australia vs Bangladesh T20 | Highlights, Head-To-Head Records

Australia vs Bangladesh T20 Highlights, Summary, Records
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Australia vs Bangladesh T20 | Highlights, Summary, Records:  Australia and Bangladesh squared up against each other in the 34th Match of the Super 12 of the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup 2021 on Thursday, 4th November at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. This game was do or die game for Team Bangladesh. Unfortunately this time they again remained fail to perform well and defeated by Australia side by 8 wickets. Here are all important details you should know about AUS vs BAN match. So stay connected and read this article.

  • Team Australia beat Team Bangladesh by 8 wickets and 82 balls to spare!

Captain Aaron Finch played significant role to take his side toward victory and Warner also performed well. AUS vs BAN match came to an end with a splendid six by Mitch Marsh.

Australia vs Bangladesh T20 | Overview

VenueDubai International Cricket  Stadium
Date & DayThursday, 4th November 2021
TossAustralia won the toss and field first.
ResultAUS won by 8 wickets and 82 balls to spare.
Player of the MatchAdam Zampa (AUS) 5/19 (4)
Australia  Scored78/2 (6.2 overs)
Bangladesh Scored73 (15 overs)
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Bangladesh vs Australia 2021 | Highlights

Australia vs Bangladesh T20: Australian Skipper Aaron Finch shot 40 runs off 20 balls. He played a vital role in chasing down the target of 74-run with 8 wickets and 82 balls remaining versus Bangladesh. David Warner additionally contributed at the highest point of the innings before Mitch Marsh ended the game with a six.

Bang vs Aus:  Prior, leg-spinner Adam Zampa went through Bangladesh’s Middle-Order after Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Glenn Maxwell put the bowling side in a dominating position from the beginning through quick wickets. Bangladesh finished their innings at 73 all-out in 15 overs after Australia Captain Aaron Finch won the toss and selected to field. Australia, who was beaten by England side in their last match by eight wickets, brought back Mitch Marsh instead of Ashton Agar. During the toss, Finch said:

“We gonna have a bowl first. Just want it exploit any moisture on offer. Mitch Marsh comes in for Ashton Agar. That’s the only change”.

Aaron Finch

BAN vs AUS T20 | Analysis

It’s do or die time in the Group of death. Australia is ranking on third number in the table with four points from three games. They were the winners in two and lost one. In front of them is South Africa who has six points from 4 games. Just England has qualified and there is a fight among Australia, South Africa and West Indies to fit the bill for the semi-final. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have already knocked out.

Australia should win their next two matches and afterward depend on England to beat South Africa as their net run rate is lower than South Africa’s. The hitting they got from England side in the last match hurt them. Their batting floundered against England. Aside from Finch no batsmen crossed 20 as they could maintain only 125. England chased the all out down with 8.2 and 8 wickets to spare. It was a  great misfortune from which they should recuperate intellectually. The batsmen need to move forward and perform.  The centre of attention will be Glenn Maxwell who had a splendid IPL however hasn’t maintained forward that form. In the three innings, he’s scored 29 runs at a normal of 9.66. He could score more runs.

Bangladesh vs Australia T20: Talking about Bangladesh, this side has been kicked out after a dispiriting campaign. Team Bangladesh has lost four games in the Super 12 of the ongoing T20 World Cup that portray a very sad picture of this side. They have their own batting issues. They were packaged out for 84 runs in the last game against Team South Africa. The shortfall of Shakib Al Hasan, who’s dismissed from the T20 World Cup Tournament because of injury, has hurt them. The players would hope to end a baffling campaign on a high. Bangladesh don’t have anything to lose and can play valiantly which makes them much more dismal.

Bangladesh vs Australia T20 | Scorecard

Australia 78/2(6.2 overs)
Batting
Aaron Finch40 (20)
David Warner18 (14)
Mitchell Marsh16*(5)
Bowling
Adam Zampa5/19 (4)
Josh Hazlewood2/8 (2)
Mitchell Starc2/21 (4)
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Bangladesh 73 (15 overs)
Batting
Shamim Hossain19 (18)
Mohammad Naim17 (16)
Mahmudullah16 (18)
Bowling
Shoriful Islam1/9 (1)
Taskin Ahmed1/36 (3.2)
Mustafizur Rahman0/32 (2)
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BAN vs AUS T20 | Squads

Australia Playing XI: David Warner, Aaron Finch (c), Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Steven Smith, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade (wk), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Josh Hazlewood

Bangladesh Playing XI: Mohammad Naim, Liton Das (wk), Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah (c), Afif Hossain, Shamim Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Shoriful Islam, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman

AUS vs BAN T20 | Head-To-Head Records T20Is

StatsMatchesAUS Win BAN Won
Overall1064
At Dubai International Crickert Stadium110
In the last 5 matches514
In T20 World Cup550
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Head-to-Head Records in 1st Batting vs 2nd Batting

InningsAUS wonBAN won
First Batting13
Second Batting41
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 AUS vs BAN |Top Players’ Stats

StatsAUS vs BANBAN vs AUS
Most runsMitchell Marsh: 162Shakib Al Hasan: 257
Highest Individual ScoreMathew Hayden: 73*Shakib Al Hasan: 66
Best Batting AverageAaron Finch: 71Mushfiqur Rahim: 44.50
Most Wickets:Josh Hazlewood: 8Shakib Al Hasan: 12
Best economy  rateStuart Clark: 3.25Mohammad Saifuddin: 4.00
Best Strike Rate:David Hussey: 6.00Mohammad Saifuddin: 6.00
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