Bangladesh vs South Africa Under 19 World Cup Match Prediction Preview on Wednesday 27th January 2016. Today toss prediction of 1st match of U19 World Cup Group A between BAN vs SA ball by ball cricinfo live score coverage and ball by ball live commentary from Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong.
Bangladesh are facilitating the competition for the second time after 2004 when they crushed Australia in the Plate Cup Final. The arrangement is ancient history and the hosts, on the back of their superlative exhibitions against shielding champions South Africa in two Youth ODI arrangement will be fancying their odds of a lady world container triumph in conditions they are most acquainted with. What offers trustworthiness to their case is the way that they have likewise enlisted triumphs against competition top picks India and Pakistan at home in 2015. Two weeks before the competition legitimate, Bangladesh beat West Indies 3-0 in a Youth ODI arrangement at home. Subsequent to the 2014 World Cup in UAE, Bangladesh have won five of their six ODI arrangement. They ought to advance to the following stage.
Bangladesh vs South Africa Under 19 World Cup Match Prediction Preview
Bangladesh will win the toss bat first and win the match.
South Africa will mean to recreate the accomplishment of Aiden Markram’s group that made history by winning their lady World Cup trophy, something even their senior partners have astoundingly neglected to accomplish over these years. Under the authority of center request backbone Tony de Zorzi, SA begin the competition as one of the top choices however will be tried right from the primary diversion when they square off against hosts Bangladesh in the competition opener on January 27 in Chittagong. Against Bangladesh however, they have lost progressive Youth ODI arrangement in 2015. Players to keep an eye out for: Tony de Zorzi struck a century in the warm-up match against Fiji. He additionally drove the side to triumph in the CSA Cubs Week. Left-arm spinner Sean Whitehead will likewise be critical to their arrangements in the sub-mainland conditions. An illustration of it came amid the Fiji warm-up match when he took 5/5 in seven overs.
Bangladesh Under 19 Team Squad: Mehidy Hassan Miraz (c), Jaker Ali Anik,, Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi, Mohammed Saif Hassan, Zakir Hasan, Shafiul Hayet, Mehede Hasan, Mohammad Abdul Halim, Joyraj Sheik Imon, Ariful Islam Jony, Sanjit Saha, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Saeed Sarker, Shaif Uddin.
South Africa Under 19 Team Squad: Tony de Zorzi (c), Ziyaad Abrahams, Dean Foxcroft, Dayyaan Galiem, Willie Ludick, Wandile Makwethu, Conner McKerr, Rivaldo Moonsamy, Wiaan Mulder, Luke Philander, Farhaan Sayanvala, Lutho Sipamla, Liam Smith, Kyle Verreynne and Sean Whitehead.