India v Bangladesh 2nd Quarter-Final Prediction & Betting Tips

Zia Rana Mar 14, 2015 55 Comments 246,791 views
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Betting
vs Bangladesh
ScheduleThursday, 19 March 2015 at 03:30 GMT / 03:30 UK / 09:00 IST
VenueMelbourne Cricket Ground

India emerged as a supreme team of Pool A, won all six matches and gathered 12 points at a net run rate of +1.827. They played their last Pool game against Zimbabwe and beat them in an exciting encounter by six wickets. The latter scored 287 runs before losing all their wickets in 48.5 overs and the Blue Shirts achieved the target by smashing 4-288 with eight balls still available. Bangladesh booked their seat in the Quarter-Finals while grasping three games, losing two as one ended without any result. The Bengal Tigers took over New Zealand in their sixth match, managed 7-288 in the allotted fifty overs and the Kiwis powered 290 for the loss of seven wickets with seven deliveries remaining in the game. The former attained seven points at a net run rate of +0.136, demonstrated excellent performance in the event and will meet India in the second Quarter-Final.

Suresh Raina - A match winning ton vs. Zimbabwe
Suresh Raina - A match winning ton vs. Zimbabwe

Players to watch

Suresh Raina blasted unbeaten 110 vs. Zimbabwe, his skipper MS Dhoni stood firm at his end for 85 and Virat Kohli scored 38 against Zimbabwe. Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane have performed superbly throughout the tournament. Their formidable bowling line-up comprises Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Mohit Sharma, Ravichandran Aashwin and Ravindra Jadeja.

The ace batsman of Bangladesh, Mahmudullah, dispatched back to back hundred in the World Cup and played a hurricane knock of 128 vs. New Zealand. Soumya Sarkar tasted his maiden ODI fifty whereas Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Sabbir Rahman and Tamim Iqbal are among runs. The reasonable bowling unit comprises Rubel Hossain, Mashrafe Mortaza, Shakib Al Hasan, Taskin Ahmed and Nasir Hossain.

Time & Venue

Thursday, March 19, 2015 @ 03:30 GMT, 14:30 local at Melbourne Cricket Ground.


Partly cloudy and windy with the temperatures around 13-31ᵒC.


The Men in Blue may opt to chase and the Bengal Tigers will prefer to bat after winning the toss.

The Pitch

The batsmen have scored plenty of runs in the last three games and the bowlers got wickets because of their line and length.


India – MS Dhoni (C), Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Mohit Sharma.

Bangladesh – Mashrafe Mortaza (C), Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Soumaya Sarkar, Mahmudullah, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Sabbir Rahman, Nasir Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Taskin Ahmed.


It will be an exciting game which will be taken over by India in the end.

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54 Responses to “ India v Bangladesh 2nd Quarter-Final Prediction & Betting Tips ”
  1. Get ready for QF actions and recover all losses with trading. These matches will present excellent opportunity to trade and make profit. Trade on BetfairBetfair to get best odds and hedging.

    If Indians don’t come under pressure then no matter what challenges Bangladesh throws at their big neighbour Indian will win easily. India has better bowlers and all bowling department is covered. If it swings then India will dominate easily, if it spins then we have got 2 best spinners. BD has got some firepower but it’s not going to be enough to score 275.

    Srilanka whacked BD all over the field and scored massive 332 at this very same ground and India defeated SA by scoring 300+. It’s high scoring ground and expect 300+ again if India bats first. BD will have trouble touching 300 score. India can chase any score.

    If BD bats first and score decent runs let’s say 270+ then it will push India’s odds to about 2.0 and few early wickets odds will jump to 2.5 or so. That’s the point where you back India.

    If India bats first then wait for at least 2 wickets to fall and then back India with whatever odds you can get. After Kohli walks in odds are not going up again as it’s all powerful lineup after that unless middle order collapses.

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    • Weather looks dodgy, it's cloudy and rain is expected. Looks like sunny Australian safari has ended and it's gonna be full English weather.

      • Thanks I am adit for gambling but because of you I didn't bet SL vs sf match you told bet after 1 ininng I am in profit because I would have loss laying sf

    • Bhai I don't think if bang scores 270+ then we'll get 1 rs on ind....bookies are smart nowadays...they'll only give in and around 40 to 50p

      • Not at the time of interval, when BD start scoring there will be a point in time when odds will jump. Only applicable on BetfairBetfair.

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        • Yes am talking about betfair bhai...nai aane wala...but haan when bang score 270+ n take 2 quick wkts tb aa sakta hai...jst like it happened in ind vs zim !!

        • Munna Bhai I have account in Betfair since 5years I have received your email join Betfair for safe trading can I open new account

  2. Bhai pak ka kya karo mujhe tension ho rahi hay

    • Bhai tnsn mt le pak bahar ho jayegi semis me b nhi jaane wali wo... Dnt wrry just chill

  3. इंडिया जीतेगी आराम से। ढंग से भाव ले के लगाओ इंडिया पर। बंगाल की मछली बहुत छटपटाई लेकिन अब इसका यह आखिरी मैच होगा।

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    • Bhari Bhai please muje batoyo ki putting karan safe hai booki banana please give me replay

  4. Mamu,

    Please give prediction of first quarter final, Sri Lanka VS South Africa on 18th, now that all quarter final matches are fixed.

  5. africa vs lanka....bhaiyo africa k chance jaada hainn jeetne k, but lanka chase kar sakti hai 300-320 tak...isliye aankh moondkar africa me nahi laga sakte......ek taraf ABD to doosri taraf SANGAKARA,.....

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    • Ind 1st batting ki toh pura chance hai 300+maarne ka
      ek tarfa hona chaie ye match...
      bahut sharam ki baat hogi agr ind bang ko halka sa b mauka de...har waqt pure 100 overs bhari padhne chaie unpar...
      lambi mt khelo ab sahi rate dkh k ind pe lga do....hamesa limit mein khelo...kam kamao pr jarur kamao....

      • hmmmm circuit bhai.......thanx....but india ka rate shayad hi 1.4 k upar mile.......aise me session se hi kuch ho payega.....aur bangla ki bowling damdaar nahi india 30 overs k baad session me profit hi degi....

      • india 300 nahi maregi

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        • Na bhai...bhale 2 runs jyada bani pr 300+ bani...maine kaha hi tha...upar dekhlo...
          cheers :)

  7. Vinashkali viparit buddhi. Bina baat se L laga diye lanka ne....loss covering k chakkar m aur loss... Ufff ye kismat sattebazo ki

  8. 30p ke niche koi agar ind pe lgaya toh Circuit bhai usse naraz ho jaenge...
    Last 25p...usse kam nai...
    Match straight nikla toh smjh jana chutiaap ho rha hai.
    toss ind ko jitna chaiye
    aur match ka sabko pta hai..
    ire vs pak n sa vs sl mein....dono mein pta tha kaun loss hua...mera hi nai...sbka hua...ghabrao mat...6 match aur hai...haar ke baad jitne ka maza hi kuch aur hai bc !
    Cheers ! :)

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    • Circuit Bhai please give me replay punting karana safe hya or bokki bynea

    • Circuit bhai, Salaam! :)

      Aap ne to kal SA ko fav mana tha kal ke match mein as per post.... so I was thinking ki aapk kal achcha jeetey honge kyunki SA was fav throughout the match..... Par abhi aap boley to loss bata rahey ho... kidhar gadbad hui?

      • india wicket fall start 3 over

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      • Arey bhai
        maine khud ki pair pe kulhaadi maara hai
        ire vs pak mein pak ko khaya ye soch k ki rate upar aega
        aur wai kaam sa vs sl mein b kia

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    • wicket grega start mai

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  9. aaj to itni tension ho rahi hai...Ki poore wc matcho me jitni nahi huyi....saala pichle 2 matcho me Gaand hi mar gayi 52k se nibta hun....aaj to khud se chutiyapa kar baitha...saf ko jita raha tha....suru se logo advice bhi di ki wahi jeetegi aur khud khaa liye....ab to khelne me hi fat rahi hai.....loss recovery hogi ki nahi.....munna bhai..circuit bhai..... ab to aap hi logo se dard baat leta hun..

  10. powerplay(35-40ovr) is 5 ovr main india kinta run kar sakti hai koi bataw mujhe pls

    40+ kar sakti h kya?

    • Session me ajj take koyo punter ne jeetaya bhel hyo schoolmaster hyo a college master propresser my experience I am telling you Bhai dil say pasai apake hya

  11. Lagana hai India pe to incremental* me 1.6 ke upar aur khana hai to 1.10 ke neeche.....baki kaanta daal ke baithe raho....aur jisko jyada khujli ho rahi hai vo khud hi machli ke tarah fadfada ke aune paune rate me phans sakta hai...

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    BEST OF LUCK GUYS...............................

  13. PLZ CHECK ...... TOSS HONE BAAD TIPS DALUGA .............SIDE VIST KARTE REHNA ........................................................... IQBAL NIRAJKHAN..............

    • Han bhai jaan jrur daalna or or aisi tip daalna ki paise ki khusboo aa jaye haha

    • india ka wicket grega mujhse le tips start 3 over

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    • Bhai tips to apne daali hi nhi yr...

  14. Bhai log open bhao mein kuch mt krna
    kal ind ka bhao upar aega hi aega
    open rate mein koi kch mt lgao...
    rate jarur upar aega
    kitna ye nai bol sakta...kyuki aap log ko exact ki aadat jarur upar aega....

    • Bhai ye match bangla jitega bhav tagda le ke small budget me khel lo.2007 ka history vapis hoyega

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  15. Sri Lanka are done and dusted then. South Africa got over their chokers tag and pummelled the Lankans ending the Mahela Jayawardene & Kumar Sangakkara partnership. It’s India next and they will take on a spirited Bangladesh at the ‘G’. Bangladesh have played a couple of decent games and are looking formidable. Their skipper Mashrafe Mortaza is back after the injury he suffered against England forced him to rest versus New Zealand.

    India have had the near perfect tournament. They are 6 to nothing and would have taken a Quarter final against Bangladesh any day given a choice at the start of the tournament. As reports have it, Bangladesh too ironically would love to be playing a team like India at this stage. Instead of playing Australia, New Zealand or South Africa could blow them with pace and swing, India’s bowlers work their way into the game a lo more giving Bangladesh a better chance. Also, India despite having a strong batting line up aren’t AB de Villiers or Glen Maxwell who will power quick centuries. This gives Bangladesh their best chance in their first shot at getting to the semifinals of a World Cup.

    To Bangladesh, their spinners and middle order hold the key. How they fare against India’s ominous batting line up and Mohammad Shami in particular in the bowling department will decide the course of the match. The toss will have a crucial role to play too because if Bangladesh manage to put a score on the board; the situation could make for a tricky Indian run chase.

    Head to Head

    India and Bangladesh have played 28 ODIs thus far. Naturally, India have been the dominant force over the years but Bangladesh have surprised a few times. Ever since the coming of players like Mashrafe Mortaza, Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal; Bangladesh have always put in spirited performances.

    In the 28 ODIs that India and Bangladesh have played in, India have won 24 times with Bangladesh winning 3 encounters. 1 game was abandoned due to poor weather conditions.

    At World Cups though, both these teams have clashed twice. This has happened in the 2007 and 2011 World Cup. In ’07, Bangladesh shocked a extremely experienced and strong Indian team including the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, Virender Sehwag and beat them on that late Caribbean evening. India avenged sweetly in 2011 when Virender Sehwag and Virat Kohli batted Bangladesh out of that match.

    At the Ground

    Both these teams are yet to play each other at this venue but here’s what their record looks like on this ground previously. Bangladesh have only played here once, against Sri Lanka earlier in the World Cup and looked to be overawed by the occasion. Fielders were lost and the captain struggled with field placings due to the size of the ground. Hence, it comes as no surprise that Bangladesh were seen running in from the deep to take some catches during their training session on Thursday.

    India on the other hand have played plenty of games at this venue and have a near 50% Win Loss record at this venue with 9 wins off their 19 attempts.

    Tournament Records

    Bangladesh batsman Mahmadullah features in the top run getters this tournament. With his back to back centuries against England & New Zealand, he has a tally of 344 runs from the five games Bangladesh have played in this World Cup. Ironically, that is more runs than what Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli or for that matter, any Indian has scored in the tournament. Mahmadullah also features in the tournament’s top run getters.

    This game marks Bangladesh’s first knockout match in a top flight ICC tournament. The expectations have reduced and their relaxed demeanour could be seen during training sessions. India are playing their 10th, under MSD. Dhoni has won 8 out of the 9 matches and is at par with former Aussie skipper, Ricky Ponting.

    As mentioned earlier, no Indian batsmen in this squad has scored a century in an ICC knockout game.

    Here’s a shocker of a stat; 'India have never beaten Bangladesh in the month of March'

    Current Form

    Both sides have been playing good cricket over the past few games. Bangladesh have played well against two of the rather formidable sides in their group, England & New Zealand. The game against Australia was washed out at the Gabba. Despite Bangladesh’s loss against New Zealand, the fact that they could run one of the favourites of the tournament close will give them immense confidence leading into this encounter.

    India have been playing fantastic cricket and have turned around what was a forgettable tour. They have bounced back impressively with a 6-0 record at the pool stage. After comfortably decimating all their opponents in the group stage, the only thing you would say India’s short of, is, being tested in a crunch situation. Both of India’s testing encounters against South Africa and Pakistan came early on in the World Cup. Nonetheless, they are seasoned campaigners and you would expect them to get the job done in tomorrow’s game.

    India - 6 / 6 games won this WC
    Bangladesh - 3 / 6 games won this WC (Includes one game that was washed out against Australia)

    Pitch & Conditions

    It’s another drop-in at the MCG. This is the same wicket being used that Bangladesh played on against Sri Lanka earlier in their Pool A encounter. It is expected to be beautifully straw coloured and a batting beauty. Having said that, the weather is expected to intervene perhaps in the afternoon or evening session. The MET department have predicted a 70% chance of shower. However, we could expect that to clear soon enough or we might have a reduced game.

    The morning is supposed to be sunny with a max temperature of 31C.

    Players to watch out for

    Just when you thought it had to be Mushfiqur Rahim who had to take Bangladesh’s batting through; comes a champion in Mahmudullah. Mahmadullah has been incredible over the last 2 games. Against two top notch bowling attacks (Yes, let us just go with top class for England to accentuate Mahmadullah’s cause), he has scored back to back hundreds in trying conditions. The conditions against a fantastic bowling unit, in New Zealand, were not the easiest to score a hundred in and to Mahmadullah’s credit, he did it with ease. Bangladesh never had a World Cup hundred prior to Mahmadullah’s against England and now they seem to be flowing off his bat. If he could get going tomorrow, India may have some serious reason to worry.

    Virat Kohli has always been India’s big match player and while no Indian in this squad has gotten a hundred in a WC knockout game, VK could be the man to do it. Kohli got his 5th ODI hundred the last time India played Bangladesh in a World Cup encounter 4 years ago. It is remarkable how he has racked up 17 more in the last 4 years. If Virat can showcase the class he did against Pakistan in the team's World Cup opener, India should have a field day on the ground.

    Tamim Iqbal has been off colour this tournament. He is one of Bangladesh’s most experienced cricketers and apart from one score of note, he has had a dry World Cup by his standards. Having said that, Tamim has been India’s nemesis in Tests & ODIs. In the 2007 World Cup, as a 17 year old, he smashed the Indian bowlers all over the park for a quick fire 50 and repeated that against India in 2011. Bangladesh will be desperately hoping he finds his feet in tomorrow’s encounter.

    Rubel Hossan & Shakib Al Hasan
    both have 7 wickets each this tournament. Rubel has kept the pace up making the high 140s on a consistent basis. Shakir has backed him well in the middle overs tidying things up when required. This bowling duo will look to get as many wickets possible for their team.


    A. India should have an easy day in the park. Their team looks way too strong for Bangladesh. However, I expect a strong fight from the Bangladeshi Tigers.

    B. Expect India to bat first if they win the toss and bat Bangladesh out of the game instead of have a nervy time chasing if Bangladesh can score something considerable like they did against England & NZ. India would not want to buckle under pressure in a knockout game the way England did. Do expect both teams to go out there and bat first if they win the toss.

    C. Having said this, as mentioned before, India are still to beat Bangladesh in the month of March. Well, who knows if that is to change! South Africa changed their luck, can India do theirs in Month March?

  16. match k starting mai wicket grega india ka

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  17. So, it’s mid innings time and after a slow start India have plundered 300. Bangladesh will be quite disappointed as they allowed India to get to 302, despite having them short of 100 in their 25th over. India had lost 3 wickets too at that point in time. Bangladesh skipper was pretty animated as he berated young quickie Taskin Ahmed pretty openly in the closing stages of the innings. Nonetheless, here are a few stats to think about as we move towards the chase. Should help make some calls!

    A. India have won a remarkable 85% off their games defending a score in excess of 300 outside Asia. This record stands despite India playing formidable opponents, in the likes of, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa outside Asia & Bangladesh will really find this a hard task. The situation and the score fits into MS Dhoni’s captaincy perfectly well who can then turn on the screws.

    B. India though, have lost 2/3rd of their games when the opposition has dismissed Virat Kohli for a score of less than 15 and Bangladesh managed to do that today when they got Kohli fishing for one wide outside the line of off stump.

    C. Bangladesh have had a run rate of 5.4 against India in the matches leading up the this World Cup since 2011. They will need to up that significantly if they must be competitive in this encounter.

    D. Bangladesh will have to rewrite the history books if they get to this total as no team ever in the history of the game has chased a score of 300 + in One Day International cricket at the MCG.

    E. India have taken 60 wickets in their 6 games this World Cup. If they continue that run, Bangladesh will stand no chance to make the semi final off this tournament. New Zealand and South Africa have 57 & 56 respectively.

    F. India continued their fantastic run of not losing a single wicket in the batting Powerplay of this World Cup. Every other team has lost at least one wicket. Wonder if this is a deliberate ploy so they can accelerate with wickets in hand in the final 10 overs of the innings.

    G. Mohammad Shami has bowled beautifully this World Cup. He has taken 15 wickets in the 5 games he has played at an average of 12.6. This is the best average for any Indian bowler to have played in a World Cup. (Min 5 overs)

    H. Bangladesh’s opening partnership has been paltry to say the least. They average 11.8 which is the worst for any Test Nation at this World Cup. Bangladesh will be praying for Tamim Iqbal to find his feet against one of his favourite oppositions.

    I. Having said that, the Bangladeshi middle order average over 52 per wicket, which is the second best for any team in this competition. Their middle order batsmen have plundered two centuries and five cities amongst themselves.

    J. And finally, Bangladesh’s trump card premiere batsman, Mahmadullah has scored 344 runs which is the highest by a Bangladeshi batsman in any ODI series. Back that up with a couple of centuries. Good time, no?

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  18. Can ind defend 303?? Sala aj kuxh khaas rate hi ni mil raha...

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  19. if india .60 paisa then aadha maal india pe dal dena

  20. Tigers almost got us. Umpiring let BD down so did their fielding and pressure of such big occasion. We must praise BD bowling which was very impressive in the beginning of innings and the last over. Rohit's century was due and I expected it to come against minnows ;) He is master of smashing weaker teams.

  21. I just loved the way Kohli got out.Keep it up Kohli ,Fishing can be lovely experince but not on the ground.

    Upar se sab sahi lag raha hai team India ke saath but nobody is bothered about weak cracks which are just waiting to be widened but needs a master to dig which will be the supreme aussies for me who are playing in there own backyard.
    Just hate this hype and euphoria created by fucking Indian news channels exploiting the emotional quotient of viewers , like India is gonna win the cup whatsoever.. For many Indians only formality is going on , so much the hype is, you can feel it everywhere.

    Bangladesh never believed in there own self that they can ever chase 300 and that mental block let them down and some 30-40 runs extra because of poor bowling and fielding.

  22. Tum sab sala burbak hai, i matchwa fix tha. Umpiring fix thi, bangladesh catch drop karna fix that. baaki sab tamasha tha. sab bookie ki nauntaki chal rahi hai. india ko semi tak pahuncha ke aur Australia se harwa ke mast profit banayenge bookies. baaki tum jaisi public lut jayegi India ke chakker me. semi se aage nahi jaane wali India to soch samazh kar khelo nahi to barbad ho jawoge.

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