After a tough win against the Netherlands in Hobart, Bangladesh were humbled by South Africa and will be looking to return to winning ways in their third encounter against Zimabwe to keep the campaign alive. Their batting will be a cause of concern given that they have a high score of just 38 hitherto in the T20 World Cup. With their pace attack comprising of Blessing Muzarabani, Richard Ngarava and Brad Evans, the Chevrons boast of variety and ought to make life difficult for Bangladesh’s shaky top order at The Gabba.
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— Zimbabwe Cricket (@ZimCricketv) October 27, 2022