Pakistan vs Bangladesh – Super 12 – Preview & Prediction | 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup
When is Pakistan vs Bangladesh on and what time does it start? Pakistan vs Bangladesh will take place on Sunday 6th November, 2022 – 04:00 (UK)
Where is Pakistan vs Bangladesh taking place? Pakistan vs Bangladesh will take place at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia
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What channel is Pakistan vs Bangladesh on in the UK? Pakistan vs Bangladesh will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Pakistan vs Bangladesh in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Pakistan vs Bangladesh live on Sky Go
- Pakistan finally clicked into gear this past Thursday, securing a priceless 33-run win over South Africa via the DLS method, their second win of the ‘Super 12’s’, which puts them still in with a chance of making it to the semi-finals, although they will need help from elsewhere.
- Not only do Pakistan need to beat Bangladesh, they will also need either India to lose against Zimbabwe or Netherlands to defeat South Africa and both scenarios are extremely unlikely, but Babar Azam’s can’t dwell on that and must focus on themselves first and foremost.
- Bangladesh came within a whisker of stunning India in their most recent ‘Super 12’s’ fixture which would have seen them head into this final round of games top of Group 2, but alas they were narrowly beaten by just 5 runs in a battle that went down to the very last ball.
- Litton Das shone for the Tigers with a magnificent 60 in what turned out to be a DLS shortened run chase, but his run out shortly after a significant rain delay swung the pendulum in India’s favour and Bangladesh never got it back, leaving them needing victory here and other results to go their way if they are to reach the semi-finals.
It will very difficult for Bangladesh to recover psychologically from such a tough loss on Wednesday despite them having had a few days to reflect on the match and their players face a challenge to pick themselves back up for this final ‘Super 12’s’ fixture. Pakistan though, appear to have finally found their grove as an all-round unit on the back of an excellent performance against South Africa, although it could well have come too late for them in regards to going further in the tournament. Either way though, Pakistan are expected to take them momentum into this encounter and ultimately pick up a third straight win.