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India aim to banish top-order blues against buoyant Bangladesh

Indian cricket team may be on top of the table in the Nidahas Trophy 2018 Twenty20 tri-series but it has not been smooth sailing. An inconsistent top order has been the main area of concern for Rohit Sharma’s side heading into the game against Bangladesh on Wednesday. The Indian side cannot afford a slip-up against a buoyant Mahmudullah-led Bangladesh that chased down 215, the fourth-highest successful chase in Twenty20 Internationals in their previous game against Sri Lanka.India’s strength in this tournament has been the bowling. Washington Sundar has been the team’s go-to bowler in the powerplays and he responded yet again against Sri Lanka, finishing with figures of 4-0-21-2.      

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