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Cricket Free Tips | Bangladesh vs Australia, 2021: 5th T20I

The Shere Bangla National Stadium will host the fifth and final game of the T20I series between Bangladesh and Australia on August 9. Australia’s first win by three wickets the previous game. After trailing the series 0-3, Australia fought back in the fourth T20I. They bowled first and limited the visitors to 104 in 20 overs. Bangladesh will be looking to recover, and it promises to be another thrilling match.

Bangladesh, on the other hand, struggled to hit the target with the bat. As they battled against the disciplined Australian bowlers, the hitters failed to apply themselves in the middle. The visitors produced a huge comeback after the hosts only got a minimal total on the board.


Temperatures will range from 27~32°C. The match may be interrupted due to rain.


The pitch is a little sluggish. Spinners on both sides benefit from the pitch’s sluggishness. Bangladesh’s highest score was 131 in the opening game of the series. Australia struggled to reach 105 points in their last game, and the deck is set to remain the same in the series finale.


Probable Playing XIs
Mahmudullah (c), Nurul Hasan (wk), Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Naim, Shakib Al Hasan, Afif Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Shamim Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Shoriful Islam, Nasum Ahmed
Matthew Wade (c&wk), Alex Carey, Ben McDermott, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Swepson,Mitchell Marsh, Ashton Turner, Ashton Agar, Daniel Christian, Andrew Tye, Nathan Ellis


Bangladesh vs Australia – 5th T20I, Dream 11:
Dan Christian (c), Nurul Hasan (wk), Mahmudullah, Nayeem Hasan, Ben McDermott, Shakib Al Hasan, Mitchell Marsh, Afif Hossain, Mitchell Swepson, Mustafizur Rahman, Josh Hazelwood


Match winner

  • Bangladesh

Winning the toss

  • Bangladesh

Top Batsman

  • Bangladesh – Shakib Al Hasan
  • Australia – Mitchell Marsh

Top Bowler

  • Bangladesh – Mustafizur Rahman
  • Australia – Josh Hazlewood

Most Sixes 

  • Bangladesh – Afif Hossain
  • Australia – Dan Christian

Player of the Match

  • Bangladesh – Afif Hossain

Team Scores Batting First 

  • Bangladesh – 130+
  • Australia – 120+


Bangladesh has a better bowling attack and has played marginally better cricket than Australia in these conditions. The Australian batters have struggled on this surface. Thus despite the loss in the previous game, we believe Bangladesh will win the last game. Let’s keep updated on your favourite cricket with Baji now!

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