November 03, 2021 12:32 PM
Alex Sarwar

Super 12 – Australia vs Bangladesh Preview & Prediction

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When is Australia vs Bangladesh taking place? Australia vs Bangladesh will take place on Thursday 4thNovember, 2021 at 10:00 (UK)

Where is Australia vs Bangladesh taking place? Australia vs Bangladesh will take place at Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai

What is the expected weather for Australia vs Bangladesh? 31-33c with sunny intervals and light winds

Where can I get tickets for Australia vs Bangladesh? Visit here for the latest ticket information for Australia vs Bangladesh

What TV channel is Australia vs Bangladesh on in the UK? Australia vs Bangladesh will be televised live on Sky Sports

Where can I stream Australia vs Bangladesh? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Australia vs Bangladesh live on Sky Go



  • This is a must win contest for Australia having been well beaten by England in their most recent Super 12s clash after being bowled out for 125, a total chased down in just 11.4 overs.
  • All-rounder Mitchell Marsh was left out of the side against England and the expectation is that he will be restored to the team for this one with Ashton Agar potentially being left out despite taking a wicket against England.


  • Bangladesh fell to a fourth successive Super 12s defeat this past Tuesday after being skittled out for 84 against South Africa, a score which was unsurprisingly nowhere near enough to overcome the Proteas.
  • The biggest surprise in terms of team selection for that match was the absence of Mustafizur Rahman and the 26-year-old may well be recalled to the side as the Tigers desperately search for a winning formula and without key all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan through injury.


When these two sides clashed in a T20i series in Bangladesh earlier in the year, it was the Tigers who got the better of Australia. However, that series was contested on pitches far more suited to Bangladesh and against a far weaker Australian side than the one appearing in this tournament. A big reaction expected from Aaron Finch’s men following their humbling loss against England and in a must-win game for Australia, they should do enough to come out on top against a team already eliminated from the competition having lost all of their Super 12 fixtures heading into this one.

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