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India’s KL Rahul had a rocky start to the T20 World Cup

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Free cricket tips, best bets and analysis for Zimbabwe v Netherlands and India v Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup on Wednesday.

where to watch

Zimbabwe v Netherlands
Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, Wednesday at 4am

India v Bangladesh
Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, 8:00 a.m. Wednesday

Best bets

KL Rahul will score less than 29.5 points against Bangladesh
Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, 8:00 a.m. Wednesday
3pts 5-6 bet365

Blessing Muzarabani tops Zimbabwe’s wicket against Netherlands
Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event, Wednesday at 4am
1pt 7-2 Betfair, Paddy Power


India were rocked by fast bowlers from South Africa in Sunday’s five-wicket defeat but are set to bounce back against Bangladesh, who have lost ten of their 11 T20 internationals to their illustrious neighbours.

Suryakumar Yadav, with 68, was the only Indian player to go 15 in a tense, low-scoring loss to Proteas and the form of fly-half KL Rahul is of particular concern.

Rahul was dismissed for four, nine and nine in his first three rounds at the T20 World Cup. He has gone over 30 just once in eight T20 shots in Australia and could fall cheaply to a Bangladesh attack led by in-form point guard Taksin Ahmed, who has eight wickets in three appearances in this tournament.

After a dramatic one-point victory over Pakistan, Zimbabwe came an excruciatingly close to another Group 2 win over Bangladesh on Sunday and they are 4-9 to beat the Netherlands at the Oval. ‘Adelaide.

Needing four to win a free-kick in the final against Bangladesh, Zimbabwe Blessing’s number ten Muzarabani swung and missed. But despite the narrow defeat, Craig Ervine’s side could look forward to another accomplished performance.

The Netherlands lost three of three and their batting looked out of depth against a classy Pakistani bowling attack at the weekend, losing six wickets after crawling to 91-9 from their 20 overs.

The Dutch could struggle against Zimbabwe’s excellent new quicks Richard Ngarava and Muzarabani, who took two wickets in two overs against Bangladesh and sacked number one ICC T20 batting leader Mohammad Rizwan in victory against Pakistan.

Muzarabani took 3-23 against Ireland and 2-38 against West Indies in the first group stage and he is expected to add to his wicket tally against a weak order from the Netherlands.

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