ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Captain’s Corner: Five Tactics Bangladesh Can Use To Beat England
The last couple of years has been a witness to Bangladesh’s metamorphosis from a side that wasn’t too keen on winning to a serious outfit that has defeated some big names. That as far as the game’s promotion from a global view is concerned, has been among the most heartening aspects ever since the 2015 World Cup in Australia concluded. Series after series, Bangladesh have emerged out as a really impressive side and that has been mainly due to the presence of their captain Mashrafe Mortaza.
Making their return to the Champions Trophy for the first time in more than a decade, the Tigers will be upbeat about proving their calibre at the highest stage now in an ICC event. They commence their campaign against hosts England, and the two sides definitely share some history. It was Bangladesh, who ended England’s campaign in the 2015 World Cup, which was the side’s lowest point for a long time.
In order to beat England, Bangladesh will have to be at their best and below we go through five such tactics which might help Bangladesh achieve this.
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