Cricbuzz Prediction:India on unstable ground with little chase

Seven wickets fell in the final session of the upside down third day, but the home side rebalanced the scale as India lost four of those wickets. Bangladesh set 145 goals and smashed India’s top order as Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Shakib Al Hasan KL dismissed Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli for just 37 runs. India, with Axar Patel and Jaydev Unadkat on the way, with 100 to go, 4-for-45 he finished the day.

Shakib Al-Hasan had seen enough on the field to start bowling with himself and teammate Taijur Islam. The Bangladesh captain made a slight LBW call against him on the second ball of the inning, but he tricked his opponent, KL Rahul, into spinning away from him and going to the keeper in three overs. I was. Bangladesh had several outfielders pressuring them at bat, and it paid off well. Cheteshwar Pujara was usually ready to give the spinner the task, but this time he hesitated.

He danced to his Mehidy, but he seemed unsure whether to shoot or save the ball. He missed it and was at a loss. When the light started to fade, India took Axar Patel to No. 4. He stood up to fight through to the end, but the same was not true of the batter on the other side.Gil, who fell next, also went out to Mehidy, missing the ball and stumped.

For Bangladesh, Virat Kohli made a clever shot on the inside and the agile and agile Mominul Haque caught it with his short legs. The celebration was predictably wild, even teasing Kohli before she left. India finished the day with him 4-for-45 and no further damage.

India went off as managers of the day’s always shaky momentum after leaving Bangladesh, but they started it off on a much better footing: there were turns and bounces in the offer, and R Ashwin opened the day In 2012, the opener Nazimul jammed his Hossein his shunt on his two occasions. Najmul was able to get away on the first attempt, which left India out of the ratings at LBW, but had bad luck on the next ball and pinched his leg early. Mohammed Siraj and Jaydev Unadkat each picked a wicket before lunch as he cut Bangladesh down to 71-4, still behind India’s lead.

However, the game moved twice as fast in the second session as Zakir Hasan hit his half-century. He went down in a harmless delivery shortly afterwards, but a fight at Litton Das and a cameo from Nurul Hasan gave Bangladesh an immediate lead. India hit Axar repeatedly but remained host with 31 of Lytton’s 50 and Nurul’s 29. Lytton found a staunch ally in Tuskin Ahmed, even as Nurul fell from 159 to 7. Taskin Ahmed also contributed 31 runs to build a streak of 60 runs for the eighth wicket. Bangladesh had him fold to 231 early in the final session, but the bowler wreaked havoc and looked for a racy finish in the next few sessions.

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