Bangladesh v India preview, player tips & predictions

Bangladesh vs India betting prediction, July 2 2019

Welcome to our ICC World Cup predictions for Bangladesh v India at Edgbaston, Birmingham, on Tuesday. Our Cricket World Cup betting expert takes a look at teams in search of some potentially lucrative wagers.

India will go into this group match against rising power Bangladesh as hot favourites with bookmakers in a match which has huge significance to the overall tournament.
But the Tigers are still in the mix to reach the semi-finals, on the back of outstanding batting displays from the likes of superstar Shakib Al Hasan.
A win would pile the pressure on the likes of England, with the Tigers also having a winnable match against fellow semi-final aspirants Pakistan on Friday.

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And they are not without a reasonable chance of upsetting India; they have won two of their past six matches against the Indians. The key for Bangladesh will getting their bowling right, while they have the added advantage that India are coming off the massive match against England just 48 hours earlier.
This is a fascinating clash as Bangladesh look to cement their new-found status as a genuine top-five side in world cricket.

It pays to check leading cricket bookies William Hill on the day of the match to spot any late specials on offer. Your tip for top batsman could be among the enhanced odds offering.

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This Bangladesh v India betting preview will run you through betting options for match 40 of 48 of the ICC World Cup 2019.


MATCH INFO
Bangladesh v India
Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham, Tuesday, July 2, 10.30am (British time)
Head to head odds: Bangladesh $4.50; India $1.20
Last time they met: India 7-223 (50 overs) d Bangladesh 222 (48.3 overs) in Dubai, September 28, 2018 .


Bangladesh v India odds:

For full odds visit the William Hill website.


HEAD TO HEAD BETTING:

Bangladesh $4.50, India $1.20
Prediction: India just way too short in our eyes to consider backing them straight out. They are deserved favourites but we think odds close to $1.50 would be more reasonable. There have been quite a few upsets in this tournament.


TOP RUN-SCORER BETTING PREDICTIONS:

Bangladesh:
Top five in betting: Tamim Iqbal $3.25, Shakib Al Hasan $3.75, Soumya Sarkar $4.33, Mushfiqur Rahim $5.5, Liton Das $8.

Top scorers from past five ODIs:
v Afghanistan: Mushfiqur Rahim 83
v Australia: Mushfiqur Rahim 102no
v West Indies: Shakib Al Hasan 124no
v Sri Lanka: Match abandoned
v England: Shakib Al Hasan 121

India:
Top five in betting: Virat Kohli $3.25, Rohit Sharma $3.50, Lokesh Rahul $5, Rishabh Pant $7, Vijay Shankar $8.

Top scorers from past five ODIs:
v England: Playing Sunday
v West Indies: Virat Kohli 72
v Afghanistan: Virat Kohli 67
v Pakistan: Rohit Sharma 140
v New Zealand: Match abandoned

Top batter prediction: The Kohli train is approaching top speed with the semi-finals looming for his Indian team. We have tipped the world’s top batsman to top-score in his past few matches and he has obliged each time, much to the delight of the WGL team. No reason to change course so we will try the classy right-hander once more at $3.25 with William Hill. Bangladesh’s batting has been outstanding; maybe it’s the turn of Liton Das to be top batter at $8 in this massive match for his country.


TOP WICKET-TAKER BETTING PREDICTION:

Bangladesh:
Top five in betting: Mustafizur Rahman $3.75, Shakib Al Hasan $4.50, Rubel Hossain $4.50, Mehidy Hasan $4.50, Mohammad Saifuddin $4.50, Abu Jayed $4.50.

Top wicket-takers from past five ODIs:
v Afghanistan: Shakib Al Hasan 5-29
v Australia: Soumya Sarkar 3-58
v West Indies: Mohammad Saifuddin 3-72, Mustafizur Rahman 3-59
v Sri Lanka: Match abandoned
v England: Mohammad Saifuddin 2-78, Mehidy Hasan 2-67

India:
Top five in betting: Jasprit Bumrah $3.50, Mohammed Shami $4, Yuzvendra Chahal $4, Bhuvneshwar Kumar $4.50, Kuldeep Yadav $5.

Top wicket-takers from past five ODIs:
v England: Playing Sunday
v West Indies: Mohammed Shami 4-16
v Afghanistan: Mohammed Shami 4-40
v Pakistan: Vijay Shankar 2-22, Kuldeep Yadav 2-32, Hardik Pandya 2-44,
v New Zealand: Match abandoned

Top bowler tip: Jasprit Bumrah has not had a great tournament by his lofty standards but did rip through the Tigers’ line-up the last time they met. Keeping with the theme that pace has dominated this World Cup, we will try the deadly accurate Bumrah to take most wickets. Shakib Al Hasan struck 50 and took five-for against Afghanistan to take man of the match honours, as predicted by the World Gambling List in our preview of that match. His confidence is sky-high and there is nothing he can’t do at the moment. Top wicket-taker for his team? Easy for Shakib at $4.50.


Best bets: Bangladesh v India

Each of our ICC World Cup betting previews will highlight some potential wins for punters, or where our cricket tipsters think there is value to be found.

Virat Kohli man of the match at $6 and Shakib Al Hasan man of match at $8

Two of the great players in cricket and they have both delivered for us with previous man-of-the-match displays already. It seems strange to back opposing players for this honour but we believe Kohli and Shakib will be put in great performances again, and whoever is on the winning side will get the nod. Not a bad bet to put on and then just sit back and enjoy the show


Bangladesh v India predictions

This is a genuinely huge match in the history of Bangladeshi cricket. If the Tigers can upstage the powerful India on such a big stage, it will be party time in Dhaka. This is a match to savour from the first ball to the last. Good punting to all.

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