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Bangladesh vs India 2nd Test Match Live Cricket Score, IND v BAN, 22 Now 2019

Bangladesh vs India 2nd Test Match Live Cricket Score, IND v BAN, 22 Now 2019

Series : Bangladesh tour of India 2019
Venue: Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India
Date : 22 Nov – 26 Nov

India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test Match Live Cricket Score, IND v BAN, 22 Now 2019
India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test Match Live Cricket Score, IND v BAN, 22 Now 2019

India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test beginning on November 22nd (Friday) will be broadcast on the Star Sports Network and live streaming will be available on Hotstar. The match will be played in Indore and will begin at 13.00 HRS IST. You can also follow all the action on our live blog (IND vs BAN).

Sachin Tendulkar is all for the buzz and eyeballs that India’s first ever Day/Night Test has generated but at the same time would like the stakeholders to ensure that quality of cricket is not compromised at any level.

India are the last among top Test playing nations to join the ‘pink ball bandwagon’ as they take on Bangladesh in Kolkata from Friday but the cricket icon would like to wait and watch as how things pan out.

 

India vs Bangladesh 2nd test match on November 22 to November 26 at Eden Gardens, Kolkata; the game starts at 07:30 AM GMT. Indian cricket team have played ten games against Bangladesh in Test cricket, here are the Test stats between these two sides:

  • Total Matches Played – 10
  • India Won – 8
  • Bangladesh Won – 0
  • Draw – 2

TV Guide: Star Sports to broadcast live coverage of India v Bangladesh three-match T20 International (T20I) and two-match Test series in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Bhutan, and Maldives) countries, all matches streamed live in the Indian subcontinent on Hotstar (Website, App).

SuperSport to telecast live coverage of T20I and Test series in South Africa; all matches live streamed on the SuperSport digital platform (Website, App). OSN Sports Cricket HD have TV rights to provide live coverage of matches in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Countries.

Cricket viewers in the United States can watch Bangladesh tour of India on Willow TV and Sky Sports Cricket to broadcast live coverage in the United Kingdom.

Fox Sports has acquired exclusive media rights for the tournament; they will telecast all matches of the competition in Australia on Fox Sports while viewers can also watch online on Foxtel Sports digital platform. Kayo Sports will live stream matches in Australia, a new digital platform in Australia to watch cricket matches online. The Foxtel App is the better option if you already have a TV subscription, while Foxtel Now is the way to go if you only want to stream Foxtel channels.

DD National (DD1) to broadcast Test and T20I series live coverage in India. DD National channel is the largest terrestrial network in the world covering about 92% population and 81% land area of the country.

PTV Sports is the official broadcasters in Pakistan for Pakistan vs Australia three-match T20 International (T20I) and two-match test series, PTV Sports own exclusive telecast rights for all International matches played in United Arab Emirates; they also acquired OTT (Audio, Video, and other media services via the internet) right.

India: Star Sports, Hotstar
Bangladesh: Gazi TV (GTV), BTV
USA: Willow TV
Canada: Willow TV
South Africa: SuperSport
UK: Sky Sports Cricket
Australia: Fox Sports

Preview

When you wade past hundreds of fans lining up outside the main gate of the Eden Gardens and walk in, you run into one half of the Pinku-Tinku mascot combo. Never before has something like this happened at the Eden. There’s a pink blimp high in the sky – visible from miles away, there are gorgeous cricket murals adorning the walls around the stadium, and the lights in the Jagmohan Dalmiya and Sourav Ganguly stands have a pink hue to it. And the grandeur of it all doesn’t end there.

Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee will ring the bell before the start of play, while paratroopers – yes, you read that right – will fly in to deliver the pink balls to the two captains at the start.

Day-Night Test is finally in India, and Sourav Ganguly & Co. have spared no expense or idea to create a stirring buzz. There’s been instant gratification for all the efforts too, in the form of rapid ticket sales that has seen the first four days of the Test being sold out already.

November 2013 was also evidence that Eden and Kolkata are never shy of a celebration. Sachin Tendulkar arrived for his 199th Test match with his cut-outs all over the city, stepped off the team bus to a confetti shower and walked into the stadium with songs about him playing out loud. His face was emblemised on one side of the toss coin too. That was peak Kolkata at its celebratory best, where the lines between indulgence and overindulgence were blurred.

And then there is now. A city happy to embrace the pink – as seen from the Howrah bridge and a few prominent buildings near the stadium – while the teams themselves are yet to fully grasp the functionalities of the new colour of the ball. As late as the eve of the fixture, Virat Kohli admitted there were still grey areas with respect to how the ball would behave under different circumstances and how much of a challenge it was going to be.

The quick turnaround time between the newly-appointed BCCI president Sourav Ganguly suggesting the need to play a Day-Night fixture and the board actually hosting one was surprisingly short, given India’s reluctance to play it in Australia in late 2018. But Kohli had a defence to offer, believing it’s the sort of a concept that first needs to be trialled at home, before the team can take the plunge on away shores.

So that trial is here, to make way for a future where India will approve of such challenges more often, and not just in their own backyard. And beyond all the fanfare in Kolkata and the fact that both teams will begin with a blank slate in the face of something they’ve not experienced before, India are still primed to pocket all 60 points on offer.

When: India vs Bangladesh, 2nd Test, November 22-26, 2019, 1:00 PM IST

Where: Eden Gardens, Kolkata

What to expect: A lot of uncertainty. There’s a healthy grass cover on the pitch that will aide the quicks. Kohli believes the pink ball has been travelling a lot quicker than anticipated, making catches difficult to take. There’s also the issue of dew that could cripple the bowling side under lights. The weather is expected to be clear throughout, though.

Meanwhile, unlike other D/N Tests, the Kolkata game will have a more conventional order of breaks viz. Lunch (15:00 to 15:40) followed by Tea (17:40 to 18:00)

Team News:

India

Kuldeep Yadav has been in the midst of a lot of pink ball practice – including during session breaks in Indore – but it is unlikely that India will tamper with the line-up that wrapped up the first Test in two and a half days.

Probable XI: Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Wriddhiman Saha, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma

Bangladesh

An injury to young Saif Hassan means Imrul Kayes gets another go at the top of the order. The big dilemma for Bangladesh however is whether they need to drop the extra batsman and play a third pacer. The thought behind playing a 7-4 combination in Indore was to be able to put up a fight against a strong Indian bowling attack, but that didn’t materialise.

Bringing in Al-Amin Hossain or Mustafizur Rahman for Mohammad Mithun could be a good move considering the quicks are going to be ones making headlines in this pink-ball Test. Benching Mithun will also allow Bangladesh to play senior batsman Mushfiqur Rahim at No.4, which has been mulled over since the Indore Test.

Bangladesh could also consider bringing in both – Al-Amin and Mustafizur – by benching Ebadat Hossain (along with Mithun), who didn’t quite impress alongside Abu Jayed in Indore.

Probable XI: Imrul Kayes, Shadman Islam, Mominul Haque, Mohammad Mithun/Mustafizur Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Liton Das, Mehidy Hasan, Taijul Islam, Abu Jayed, Ebadat Hossain/Al-Amin Hossain

What they said:

“It’s a nice occasion. We were already excited about this Test. Like I said, it’s a challenge for us. I think before this, we had this much excitement and buzz in Eden when we played against Pakistan in the T20 World Cup [in 2016]. Even then there had been big names and there was a felicitation ceremony and there was a packed stadium. So I think it’ll be that kind of atmosphere. It can be daunting or intimidating, but it’s also very exciting.” – Virat Kohli.

“It could almost have a T20 or a one-day atmosphere. There will be a big crowd and Indian players are so recognised wherever they go. So Kohli walking out to bat will feel like a T20. If those guys get going, there will be an atmosphere that probably no player has played in Test match conditions” – Daniel Vettori.

Teams:

India (From): Mayank Agarwal, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Wriddhiman Saha(w), Umesh Yadav, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill, Hanuma Vihari, Kuldeep Yadav

Bangladesh (From): Shadman Islam, Imrul Kayes, Mominul Haque(c), Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah, Liton Das(w), Mehidy Hasan, Taijul Islam, Abu Jayed, Ebadat Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Al-Amin Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Nayeem Hasan

 

 

 

 

 

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