January 12, 2022 3:53 PM
Alex Sarwar

2022 ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup – Group Stage – Bangladesh vs England Preview & Prediction

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When is Bangladesh vs England taking place? Bangladesh vs England will take place on Sunday 16th January, 2022 at 13:00 (UK)

Where is Bangladesh vs England taking place? Bangladesh vs England will take place at Warner Park in Basseterre, Saint Kitts and Nevis

What is the expected weather for Bangladesh vs England? 27-28c dry with light cloud early on, fading into clear sunshine later in the day with a moderate breeze throughout.

Where can I get tickets for Bangladesh vs England? There is free entry to all matches in the tournament but spectators must download a valid match ticket from this link

What TV channel is Bangladesh vs England on in the UK? Sky Sports have the rights to televise 2022 ICC Men’s Under-19 World Cup matches in the UK so it is worth checking their schedule for Bangladesh vs England

Where can I stream Bangladesh vs England? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Bangladesh vs England live on Sky Go if the match is televised


One of the standout ties in the opening round of group stage fixtures sees defending Men’s Under-19 World Cup champions Bangladesh play England at Warner Park in what should be a cracking battle. In Rakibul Hasan, the Tigers boast a captain who was part of the success in South Africa and his experience will be priceless to his new charges. However, England boast a squad full of players with plenty of domestic experience guided by the highly-rated former Gloucestershire coach Richard Dawson. The success of England in limited overs cricket across recent years, particularly the hard-hitting style in which they pride themselves is likely to be replicated by their Under-19s, who won’t be overawed by the occasion. Whilst the match could go either way, conditions in Basseterre are likely to suit the style of England’s batting, so consider backing them to edge this one.

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