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Gavaskar advices India not to take Bangladesh calmly in Quarter-finals

Former Indian Captain Sunil Gavaskar has advised team India to aware of their easy quarter-final line-up against Bangladesh in 2015 cricket world cup. Gavaskar is impressed by Bangladesh’s performance against England and New Zealand. India has defeated Bangladesh lots of time in past but anything can happen the way Bangladesh are playing.

Gavaskar advices India not to take Bangladesh calmly in Quarter-finals.

Sunil Gavaskar said, “India will do very nicely not to take Bangladesh calmly. India have crushed Bangladesh on many events earlier and so the Indians could also be assured that they will do the identical this time additionally. But on present type, Bangladesh are a really harmful aspect. Not solely beating England, they ran very shut to New Zealand right now (Friday).”

India vs Bangladesh is a knockout match of world cup and legend Gavaskar mentioned that team can make comeback in the tournament if they are in the group stage and have one bad day. But you can’t comeback again in knockout round.

“In the group league, in case you lose one match, you can also make a comeback within the subsequent match. But within the knock-out stage, one dangerous day will ship you again residence. With a little bit of luck, I assume on present type Bangladesh are able to beating any aspect,” he added.

Gavaskar praises Bangladesh’s good batting line-up insights of Mahmudullah who scored two consecutive hundreds in world cup against England and New Zealand. He also mentioned Rahim, Shakib and Rahman’s name that who can be tough challenge against Indian side.

“They are an excellent batting aspect. Mahmudullah has been in good type. Then there’s Shakib, Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman. Today against New Zealand, they did not have 5 common bowlers due to damage. Despite that they put New Zealand in hassle. With 5 common bowlers out there, they’ll do even higher.”

India to take on Bangladesh on 19 March, 2015 at Melbourne Cricket Ground in the second quarter-final of ICC world cup.

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