IND vs BAN 2nd Test Day 4 Live: Team India needs 100 runs to win, Akshar Patel and Jaydev Unadkat at the crease
Live Score India vs Bangladesh 2nd Test Match Day 4 in Dhaka: The second Test of the two-match Test series between India and Bangladesh is being played at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. Team India has got a target of 145 runs to win. On the third day, Team India scored 145 runs for 4 wickets. He needs 100 more runs to win on the fourth day. Akshar Patel 26 and Jaydev Unadkat are at the crease after scoring 3 runs.
India in Bangladesh, 2 Test Series, 2022Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka 25 December 2022
Bangladesh 227(73.5), 231(70.2)
India 314(86.3), 45/4(23.0)
Stumps ( Day 3 – 2nd Test ) India need 100 runs to win with 6 wickets remaining
India vs Bangladesh 2nd Match Day 4 Live Score Updates: Team India’s top order failed in the second innings of Dhaka Test.
India vs Bangladesh 2nd Match Day 4 Live Score Updates: Chasing a target of 145 runs, India lost four important top-order wickets early on Friday on the third day of the second and final Test cricket match against Bangladesh, making it The match has reached an exciting stage. Bangladesh scored 231 runs in their second innings and set a target of 145 runs in front of India. The Indian team, which is trying to clean sweep this series and get important points in the World Test Championship, did not get off to a good start and were 45 for four at the end of the third day’s play. India is still 100 runs away from the target. The pitch is getting turn and bounce and in such a situation it will not be easy for the Indian team to reach the target. He has only two specialist batsmen left in Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer who played big half-centuries in the first innings. Nightwatchman Akshar Patel’s (26 not out) counter-attacking strategy has proved effective so far. Another nightwatchman Jaydev Unadkat is playing with him for three runs. The Bangladeshi batsmen also found themselves in trouble with turn and bounce. In such a situation, the counter-attacking strategy of some of his batsmen proved to be correct. These included Liton Das (73) and opener Zakir Hasan (51), besides tail-enders Nurul Hasan (31) and Taskin Ahmed (31). Bangladesh had scored 227 runs in the first innings, in response to which India scored 314 runs and took an 87-run lead.