Bangladesh has a chance to maintain its lead in the ICC One-Day International Super League. Given that two of their future series against England and Ireland are still up in the air, it’s important to take advantage of them while they’re on form, which they are right now. Bangladesh will be encouraged by the performance of its inexperienced players in the previous two games. First, Afif Hossain and Mehidy Hasan Miraz orchestrated a stunning comeback from 45 for 6 in a 216-yard chase. The series was then sealed by Litton Das and Taskin Ahmed, who rose to the occasion.

They still have some work to do, like ensuring skipper Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan, and Mahmudullah achieve that one huge score. As a result, they’ve all been in top shape. Why are they the only ones? Yasir Ali, a newcomer, also needs a massive knock to get a head start. Batting consistency is an issue for the visitors. So far, neither Ibrahim Zadran nor Riaz Hassan has made a meaningful contribution, while Rahmanullah Gurbaz is nursing a knee injury. The middle-order has been given a lot of responsibility. They’ve all gotten off to a good start, but none of them has made an eye-catching impact. Rahmat Shah has one and Najibullah Zadran has two-fifty. Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan, both all-rounders, will have checked a box if they can contribute significantly.