What Happens if Match Between India and Bangladesh is Not Played Further Due to Rain: DRS Results Here

India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup DRS Results: Rain has stopped the live match between India and Bangladesh at Adelaide Oval, where Bangladesh needs 119 runs in 78 balls for the win.

The rain delay between the match can be a total upside down for the teams. So far India has had a great scorecard with Virat Kohli’s 64 runs and KL Rahul’s half-century. This can be a turnover for the Indian Team if it is reduced to 10 overs for Bangladesh as the team will need only 23 runs in 18 balls.

As 5 overs have been played already, there will surely be results for the match and Bangladesh are now the favorites to win the game, with DRS favoring them.

India vs Bangladesh Stopped Due To Rain: DRS Results Here

The game will start losing overs from 4:28 PM and here are the runs required according to over:

  • 19 overs: 177 runs
  • 17 overs: 160 runs
  • 15 Overs: 142 runs
  • 12 overs: 112 runs
  • 10 overs: 89 runs

India’s total run of 184 for 6 wickets is a huge total against Bangladesh. Virat Kohli, KL Rahul, and Suryakumar Yadav were among the best players today. Today while India’s batting Kohli also surpassed M Jayawardene by becoming the cricketer with the most runs in T20 World Cup making history.

But let’s not forget that Bangladesh is 17 ahead of the DLS par score here. Bangladesh now has a total score of 66 runs in 7 overs with a great start by Litton Das’s 59 runs in 26 balls not out.

Bangladesh to chase 85 runs in 54 balls

The good thing is the game has now resumed and Bangladesh will require 85 runs from 54 balls. With all wickets in hand, it won’t be a tough task for Bangladesh and Indian bowlers will have to make something big of it, if they have to win the game.

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Payal Kumari
Payal Kumari
Payal Kumari is pursuing her bachelor's in journalism from St. Xavier's College, Ranchi. She is a sports enthusiast and currently pens down her thoughts for Sports Axle.


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