After being on the fortunate end of a washout in their first group game, Australia were denied victory at The Oval, where it began to rain after 16 overs of the chase
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc says his side will have no trouble raising their game with their backs against the wall in a Group A Champions Trophy clash against England on Saturday
Tamim Iqbal's form has been imperious, since the 2015 World Cup, his average touching 60.
The left-arm pacer was happy to keep things tight till a window of opportunity was offered. And when it was, he finished with four wickets
The scenario for Australia to stay in the tournament beyond the group stage is pretty simple according to captain Steven Smith, with a win needed over England to qualify for the semi-finals
Following their two washouts, Australia are viewing their game against England as a quarter-final according to Adam Zampa
Tamim Iqbal carried Bangladesh's hopes for most of the afternoon, channelling the ebb and flow of crowd excitement manfully to give his side something to bowl at, with his 95
Mashrafe Mortaza said Bangladesh would be trying to focus on an improved performance in their second group game, rather than an rare win over Australia
David Warner has admitted the top order batsmen were similarly out of rhythm in the early overs of a curtailed chase against New Zealand
Australia have two points from two rained-off fixtures, exactly the tally they'd have had in dry conditions. But they were never stretched in this latest washout
Australia and Bangladesh will be desperate to get two proper points in the day-night clash on Monday after Australia got one point from their first match and Bangladesh were handed a defeat by England
Number of innings taken by David Warner to score 4000 ODI runs. Fastest for Australia and joint-third fastest with Virat Kohli.
Last instance when Australia failed to chase a target of 183 or less. This was against South Africa at MCG.
Score at which Tamim Iqbal has got out 3 times in ODIs. He has no other score in the nineties.
Fifty plus scores for Tamim Iqbal in his last six innings. He has scores of 64, 23, 47,65,128 and 51*.
Head to Head record in matches between Australia & Bangladesh in ODIs. The only instance Bangladesh beat Australia was in Cardiff in 2005.