Cricket fans are eyeing on the 2nd warm-up match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 that is going to be played between Bangladesh vs Pakistan tomorrow at Edgbaston, Birmingham on Saturday 27 May 2017 09:30 AM GMT. Though the both sides could hardly make it to the final eight teams which will be playing in this season of Champions Trophy, the question is who is going to win this match as we bring you Bangladesh vs Pakistan 2nd warm up match Prediction ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 here on this site.
Who will Won Pak vs Ban 2nd Warm up Match Prediction:
Pakistan will win
Who will Won BAN vs PAK 2nd Warm up Match Toss Prediction:
Pakistan vs Bangladesh 2nd Practice Match Prediction Winning Chances
Prior to the Champions Trophy 2017 campaign, Bangladesh has already made proud it’s cricket fans as the Tigers managed to win a close game at Clontarf by 5 wickets against New Zealand. The kiwi team, however, scored 271 runs earlier in this match but Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah aced the chase in a great fashion for their team.
Mahmudullah hit a huge six to finish the chase sparing 10 balls while he remained unbeaten at 46 on 36 balls.
This outstanding victory claimed the Bangladesh side a great climb up in the ICC ODI ratings finishing at the number 6 spot. West Indies side was dropped out from the final eight teams who will play this season of Champions Trophy due to this victory.
Pakistan will win.
Though 1992 winners of the world cup have never been able to win the title for Champions Trophy in its 7 seasons, the series victory against West Indies in the overseas tour has earned the green team a great confidence. However, the Pakistan team has been the most unpredictable team in the cricket history, as no one can say what they do at the ground field.
The green team is going with the leadership of right-hand batsman ad wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed who has taken the charge after the retirement of Misbah ul Haq from International cricket. The young right-handed batsman Babar Azam has been a very useful asset for the green team for showing a great class and as well as consistency, however, he did not well in the test series. If he manages to come from his mistakes he can be the game changer for Pakistan team.
As we all know this season of Champions Trophy is hosted by England and Wales so, Mohammed Amir the left-handed fast bowler can prove himself on the fast tracks of England pitches. Moreover, Wahab Riaz who earned his name in 2015 cricket world cup for his furious spell against Shane Watson of Australia can join hands with Mohammed Amir for an offensive bowling side.