18.2
2
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, 2 runs,
18.2
2nb
Jarvis to Mahmudullah, (no ball) 1 run,
18.1
0
Jarvis to Mahmudullah, no run,

END OF OVER:
18 | 16 Runs | BDESH: 131/5 (4 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 7.27, RRR: 2.00)

  • Ziaur Rahman24 (19b)
  • Mahmudullah22 (30b)
  • BV Vitori3-0-30-1
  • KM Jarvis3-0-15-0
17.6
0
Vitori to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
17.5
0
Vitori to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
17.5
1w
Vitori to Ziaur Rahman, 1 wide,
17.4
6
Vitori to Ziaur Rahman, SIX runs,
17.3
6
Vitori to Ziaur Rahman, SIX runs,
17.2
1
Vitori to Mahmudullah, 1 run,
17.1
2
Vitori to Mahmudullah, 2 runs,

END OF OVER:
17 | 3 Runs | BDESH: 115/5 (20 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 6.76, RRR: 6.66)

  • Ziaur Rahman12 (15b)
  • Mahmudullah19 (28b)
  • KM Jarvis3-0-15-0
  • RW Price4-0-37-1
16.6
0
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
16.5
0
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
16.4
1
Jarvis to Mahmudullah, 1 run,
16.3
1
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, 1 run,
16.2
0
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
16.1
0
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, no run,
16.1
1w
Jarvis to Ziaur Rahman, 1 wide,

ICC World Twenty20 Warm-up Matches 2012-13 News

  • Focused Warner prepares for action

    David Warner says Australia are fully focussed on ending their poor record in Twenty20 cricket, and believes they have the strength in depth to cope with all conditions they will face in the coming fortnight in the Caribbean

  • Warner fires again for Australia

    The opener David Warner collected his second warm-up half-century as Australia fine-tuned with a 101-run win against a Windward Islands XI

  • Morgan guides England to victory

    Eoin Morgan top-scored with 63 from 62 balls to revive England after a dramatic top-order collapse, as they secured a morale-boosting five-wicket victory over South Africa with three balls to spare at the Kensington Oval in Barbados

  • Yardy and Bopara star in easy win

    England maintained their 100% record in international fixtures against Bangladesh as they launched their World Twenty20 preparations with a comfortable seven-wicket victory at the Kensington Oval

  • Zimbabwe secure another notable scalp

    Pakistan slumped to an embarrassing 12-run defeat at the hands of a buoyant Zimbabwe

Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st11Mohammad AshrafulTamim Iqbal
2nd52Mohammad AshrafulShakib Al Hasan
3rd17Mohammad AshrafulMushfiqur Rahim
4th2MahmudullahMushfiqur Rahim
5th3MahmudullahNasir Hossain
6th50Ziaur RahmanMahmudullah