India hopes to rescue pride in last ODI

Numbers may in any case support the Men in Blue however on structure the hosts stay clear top choices to range the arrangement.

Stung by the first-ever course of action defeat against Bangladesh, India will hope to rescue some pride and keep the hosts from enrolling an uncommon clean range when they go into the third and last ODI on Wednesday.

Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has demanded that the present group has the best accessible players.

The Men in Blue have been defeated in every branch of the amusement since their 79-run misfortune in the first match and the slide has been hard to capture.

The top-request’s structure has been inconsistent while the group has experienced absence of organizations in the center request. The knocking down some pins has been a long way from persuading with any semblance of Umesh Yadav and Mohit Sharma spilling an excess of keeps running on moderate Bangladesh pitches. Indeed, even spinners Axar Patel and Ravindra Jadeja have neglected to have an effect.

Bangladesh, then again, has been splendid generally speaking and the outcomes are a reasonable sign of their ascent in world cricket.

Going into the last match, the numbers may even now support the Men in Blue however on structure the hosts stay clear top picks to scope the arrangement.

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