India vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI: The third and final One-Day International (ODI) between India and Bangladesh will be played on Saturday at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium. Before the ODI World Cup next year, all the countries seek to sharpen their preparations in the 50-over format. In the first ODI of this series, the hosts Bangladesh earned a very narrow victory and also won India vs Bangladesh’s second ODI by shattering the Indian batting lineup. Now the third ODI on Saturday will be a battle of credibility for Team India as the Bangladeshi team has already secured the series.
India has lost three of the four major International tours. They lost the three-match series 2-0 in New Zealand, were humiliated 5-0 in South Africa, and are closing down on a 3-0 defeat in Bangladesh. We need to make a lot of improvements if we want to win games.
The weather was pleasant in both the initial matches which allowed us to enjoy the entire play without any interruption. Let’s see how the weather turns in the third ODI.
INDIA vs BANGLADESH 3rd ODI: Weather forecast
India vs Bangladesh | 3rd ODI of India tour of Bangladesh 2022 takes place on December 10 (Saturday) at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The match begins at 11:30 AM IST, 12 PM local time.
According to weather.com, on December 10(Saturday) the temperature of Bangladesh’s Dhaka city will be 29° Celsius during the day and drop to 19° Celsius at night. The sky will be partly cloudy. The chance of rain is 6% during the day and 6% at night. The humidity will be 60% during the day and increase to 70% at night.
INDIA vs BANGLADESH 3rd ODI: Pitch Report
At this venue, the average score in the first innings is 241 and falls to 197 in the second. It is now clear that the pitches are not easy to play on. Although the pitch is usually a belter, the second inning is when it starts to slow down a bit. The pitch in Dhaka has historically been a very spin-friendly surface. In the first match, spinner Shakib Al Hasan took 5 wickets. And on Saturday, the slightly overcast conditions may help to swing the new ball more. The highest-ever registered score at the stadium in ODIs is 370–4 by India against Bangladesh. Hence, big totals have been seen in the stadium as well.
Both sides had trouble batting in the previous game. Bangladesh was 6 wickets down at 69 runs, and the Indian batters were also facing difficulties. So we can say that the following one again could be a mid-scoring match where the team batting first would score approximately 200 to 250.
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