India vs Bangladesh – October 19 – ICC Cricket World Cup

Given the current form and home advantage, India might have a slight edge in this encounter.

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Match Details 

Teams: India vs Bangladesh

Match number: 17th match

Ground: The match will be held at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune.

Series: The match is part of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.

Hours of play: 08:30 AM GMT / 02:00 PM LOCAL

Match day: October 19, 2023

India vs Bangladesh Betting Odds

India ODIBangladesh ODI

Probable Playing XIs


Rohit Sharma (c), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant (wk), Axar Patel, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar, Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur

Indian National Cricket Team


Najmul Hossain Shanto, Litton Das (c), Anamul Haque, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nasum Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman

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Probable Top Performers

Probable Best Batter of the Match

The probable best batter for the India vs Bangladesh cricket match on October 19 could be KL Rahul or Shreyas Iyer. Both have been in good form and have scored heavily in recent matches.

Probable Best Bowler of the Match

The probable best bowler for the India vs Bangladesh cricket match on October 19 could be Kuldeep Yadav from India. He has been in prolific form in this edition of the Asia Cup, having bagged 4 wickets against Sri Lanka in the last match, and as many as 5 wickets in the match against arch-rivals Pakistan. His tactics with the ball have made him a key weapon for India.

Teams Head to Head: Recent Matches 

Winner TeamResultDateMatch Details
BangladeshBangladesh won by 6 runs15-Sep-202312th Match, Super Four (D/N), Colombo (RPS), Asia Cup
IndiaIndia won by 227 runs10-Dec-20223rd ODI (D/N), Chattogram, India tour of Bangladesh
BangladeshBangladesh won by 5 runs07-Dec-20222nd ODI (D/N), Mirpur, India tour of Bangladesh
BangladeshBangladesh won by 1 wicket (with 24 balls remaining)04-Dec-20221st ODI (D/N), Mirpur, India tour of Bangladesh
IndiaIndia won by 28 runs02-Jul-201940th match, Birmingham, ICC Cricket World Cup

Teams Recent Performance 

Last 5 Games of India

DateMatch NumberTeamsResult
October 08, 20235th MatchIndia vs AustraliaIndia won by 6 wickets (with 52 balls remaining)
September 27, 20233rd ODIIndia vs AustraliaAustralia won by 66 runs
September 24, 20232nd ODIIndia vs AustraliaIndia won by 99 runs (DLS method)
September 22, 20231st ODIIndia vs AustraliaIndia won by 5 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
September 17, 2023FinalIndia vs Sri LankaIndia won by 10 wickets (with 263 balls remaining)

Last 5 Games of Bangladesh

DateMatch NumberTeamsResult
October 07, 20233rd MatchBangladesh vs AfghanistanBangladesh won by 6 wickets (with 92 balls remaining)
September 26, 20233rd ODIBangladesh vs New ZealandNew Zealand won by 7 wickets (with 91 balls remaining)
September 23, 20232nd ODIBangladesh vs New ZealandNew Zealand won by 86 runs
September 21, 20231st ODIBangladesh vs New ZealandNo result
September 15, 202312th MatchBangladesh vs IndiaBangladesh won by 6 runs

Prediction Based on Performance

India and Bangladesh have both demonstrated strong performances in recent matches, making this encounter highly anticipated.

India’s recent record speaks volumes about their formidable batting line-up. With players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, and KL Rahul, they have a high-scoring potential. Especially notable is their last match victory against Australia by 6 wickets, showcasing their ability to chase significant totals. Their bowling squad, led by Kuldeep Yadav, has also been in excellent form, as evident in their decisive victory over Sri Lanka.

On the other hand, Bangladesh’s recent performances indicate a strong fighting spirit. They managed to edge out Afghanistan in their last match, proving their capability to handle pressure situations. Their victory over India in a previous encounter adds an interesting dynamic to this match. The team boasts of seasoned players like Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, and Litton Das who are capable of turning the match in their favor.

However, given the current form and home advantage, India might have a slight edge in this encounter. Yet, cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties, and on their day, Bangladesh is capable of springing a surprise. Fans can definitely expect a thrilling contest.

Information About Injuries in Teams 

Here are some injuries in the India and Bangladesh teams before their match on October 19: 


  • Yash Dayal was ruled out due to a lower back injury.
  • Mohammad Shami and Ravindra Jadeja were ruled out of the test series against Bangladesh.
  • Axar suffered a left quadriceps strain while playing against Bangladesh.
  • Rohit Sharma sustained a blow to his finger while fielding during the second ODI.


  • Taskin Ahmed was ruled out of the first ODI due to a back injury.
  • Tamim Iqbal was ruled out of the ODI series due to a groin injury.
  • Ebadot Hossain will miss the upcoming World Cup due to a knee injury.
  • Mahmudullah received a blow in the hand during a practice session.

India vs Bangladesh: Winning Prediction

Considering the recent performances, injuries, and the conditions, this match is expected to be a closely fought contest. However, India holds a slight advantage due to their dominant batting lineup and effective bowling unit. Despite the injuries, India’s team depth allows them to bring in quality replacements. Bangladesh, on the other hand, has been performing well, but the loss of key players due to injuries might affect their performance. Looking at the betting odds, India is somewhat favored as well. However, cricket is a game of uncertainties and the team playing better on the day will win.

Taking all factors into consideration, we predict that India might edge out this encounter, but a spirited performance from Bangladesh can’t be ruled out. It promises to be a thrilling match.

Report About The Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium

The Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, also known as the MCA Stadium, is an international cricket stadium located in Pune, Maharashtra, India, it has a seating capacity of 37,406.

The stadium is situated on the outskirts of the city limit of Pune in Gahunje village near the Mumbaiโ€“Pune Expressway. It is owned and operated by the Maharashtra Cricket Association. It is the home ground of the Maharashtra cricket team and Maharashtra womenโ€™s cricket team and is the headquarters of the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA).

The stadium was established in 2012 and was inaugurated by then ICC president Sharad Pawar, it was designed by Michael Hopkins of Hopkins architects. The venue hosted its first-ever international match in December 2012, its first-ever T20I match was in December 2012 (between India-England) and the first-ever Test in February 2017. The arena is set to host 5 games of the 2023 ICC World Cup, including the India – Bangladesh game.

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About ICC Cricket World Cup

The ICC Cricket World Cup stands as the premier international championship for One Day International (ODI) cricket. Organized by the sportโ€™s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), the tournament takes place every four years. It is celebrated as one of the most-watched sporting events globally and is regarded by the ICC as the flagship event of the international cricket calendar.

The current format involves a qualification phase spanning the preceding three years, determining the teams that earn the right to compete in the tournament phase. In this phase, 10 teams, including the host nation, compete for the coveted title, with matches taking place at venues within the host nation over the course of about a month.

Australia boasts the most World Cup victories, having clinched the title five times. India and West Indies have each triumphed twice, while Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and England have secured the championship once each. The reigning champions are England, who claimed the title in the 2019 World Cup edition.

Rudra Chanda