ZIM prediction against BAN Dream11: 3 players you can choose as captain or deputy captain for today’s 3rd ODI match


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The third match of the ODI series between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh will be played at the Harare Sports Club in Harare on Tuesday, July 20.

The Tigers have already pocketed the series after three wins in the second match on Sunday, July 18th. The guests found themselves in the role of a rabbit, but Shakib Al HasanExperience and composure led them to the goal.

Zimbabwe, on the other hand, had a chance of dominating Bangladesh in both ODIs, but they collapsed in moments of decline. After losing the series, the hosts will be looking for points in the ODI Super League.

In that sense, let’s look at three players you can choose as captain or deputy of your Dream11 team for the conflict between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.


# 3 Shakib Al Hasan

Bangladesh v India - ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Bangladesh v India – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Shakib Al Hasan was in incredible form in his team’s ongoing ODIs against Zimbabwe. Batom scored 115 runs, including an undefeated 96 in the previous match.

In that game, he absorbed the pressure and led his team to victory. The veteran all-rounder is the leading player in carrying tickets in the series, taking seven goalkeepers at an impressive economic rate of 3.63.


# 2 Luke Jongwe

Luke Jongwe is consistent with Zimbabwe in the ODI series. He is currently the leading host in goalkeeping with five scalps from two games. Speedster truly took the pass for his team.

In the previous match, he picked up two key goalkeepers, Tamim Iqbal and Mohammad Mithun in the middle of negotiations. Brzac has to take care of his economic rate, which is currently at 5.70.


# 1 Liton Das

New Zealand - Bangladesh - T20, 1st leg
New Zealand – Bangladesh – T20, 1st leg

Liton Das has played well against Zimbabwe in the last few games. In fact, in its last five trips against the African state, Dinaipur-born dough has reached as many as three centuries.

He is currently the leading scorer in the series, amassing 123 runs averaging 61.50. In the previous game he looked good for his 33 balls from 21 before Richard Ngarava fired him.

Edited by Sankalp Srivastava


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