Live TV: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI 2015 – Nov 11 – BAN vs ZIM Copy

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI

Match Start Time: 01:00 PM Bangladesh Time | 07:00 GMT – Wednesday Nov 11, 2015

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Bangladesh Players List for 3rd ODI (BD vs ZIM)

Bangladesh retained the same squad for the third ODI and, barring injuries, the likes of Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Anamul Haque and Jubair Hossain are unlikely to get off the bench. Bangladesh are not a team keen on experimentation, even in dead rubbers.

Bangladesh (probable): 1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Imrul Kayes, 3 Liton Das, 4 Mahmudullah, 5 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 6 Sabbir Rahman, 7 Nasir Hossain, 8 Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), 9 Arafat Sunny, 10 Al-Amin Hossain, 11 Mustafizur Rahman


Zimbabwe Players List 3rd ODI (ZIM vs BAN)

With Richmond Mutumbami having injured himself during the first ODI, the visitors have brought in Tinotenda Mutombodzi as cover. Mutumbami was hit by the ball on the ankle while keeping wicket and an MRI confirmed a grade one mid-Achilles tear and bone injury.* Zimbabwe also have three spinners (Tendai Chisoro, Wellington Masakadza and John Nyumbu) and a pace bowler (Neville Madziva) on the bench to choose from.

Zimbabwe (probable): 1 Chamu Chibhabha, 2 Regis Chakabva (wk), 3 Craig Ervine, 4 Sean Williams, 5 Sikandar Raza, 6 Elton Chigumbura (capt), 7 Malcolm Waller, 8 Graeme Cremer, 9 Tinashe Panyangara, 10 Luke Jongwe, 11 Taurai Muzarabani


Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe – 3rd ODI Preview

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI will start at 01:00pm on Wednesday Nov 11, 2015 in SBNCS Mirpur Stadium. Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe in the 1st ODI by a whooping 145 runs and the 2nd ODI by 58 runs, thus want to keep the momentum in the 3rd ODI and win the series 3-0.

When Bangladesh had crossed the 200-run mark in the second ODI, there was a feeling that it was going to be enough to beat Zimbabwe who, duly, looked hapless in the chase. They couldn’t last more than 43.2 overs and whenever there were moments in which they looked to be gaining a footing, Bangladesh quickly shut them down.

Now on to the third and final ODI in Mirpur, and possibly the last such game in Bangladesh this year. The home team has plenty of things to be cheerful for this year, beating Pakistan, India and South Africa in a remarkable period in the country’s cricketing history. Here, Mashrafe Mortaza has led the team superbly once again, and has properly managed his resources. Mustafizur Rahman, Al-Amin Hossain and Arafat Sunny all did not go for too many, no simple task in ODIs these days. The batting could be a worry, but they still made decent scores on a slow pitch, with at least one batsman doing the main job. Mushfiqur Rahim, Sabbir Rahman and Imrul Kayes have batted well while Nasir Hossain and Tamim Iqbal look like batsmen who are about to break onto something big. Mahmudullah and Liton Das haven’t done much but they can be expected to be given another chance in the last ODI.

If only Zimbabwe had two batsmen causing the opposition worries… Elton Chigumbura and Sikandar Raza tried to make a fist of the second game, in a 73-run fifth-wicket stand. Without Shakib Al Hasan, there were some concerns that Mashrafe Mortaza might have to bring in a sixth bowler but Al-Amin Hossain got both the batsmen in the space of two overs, ending all hopes for the visitors. What should concern Zimbabwe greatly is the form of Chamu Chibhabha, Regis Chakabva, Craig Ervine and Sean Williams. None of these batsmen have made a significant enough contribution to threaten Bangladesh.

On the other hand, Zimbabwe’s bowling has been quite useful. They went for a bit too many in the end overs of the first game but they were far better in the second, led by Tinashe Panyangara. Luke Jongwe and Taurai Muzarabani have looked encouraging while Graeme Cremer has been consistent and threatening.

Dead rubber it might be, but Bangladesh have to win this game to avoid dropping points in the ICC ODI rankings.


Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe – 3rd ODI – Weather Report for Mirpur, Dhaka

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI will be played in SBNCS, Mirpur Stadium in Dhaka. Weather in Mirpur/Dhaka will be mostly sunny. Average temperature will be around 31°C/88°F in the afternoon and drop down to 22°C/72°F as the game progress to night under the flood lights. Humidity will be around 45% in the afternoon and 80% at night.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe – 3rd ODI – Pitch Report

The pitch for the 3rd ODI between Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe is likely to offer similar slowness as the one used in the second. There was a hint of dew in that game and that is likely to get a little heavier as the days go by.

Live TV Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI Online Streaming

Live TV telecast of Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI will be available on Gazi TV, SuperSport & OSN Sports. Live online streaming will be available on Willow TV & .

  • BTV

  • Gazi TV (GTV)

  • OSN Cricket HD

  • Supersport

  • (Online Streaming)

  • Willow TV (Online Streaming)

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