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The latest: India established Bangladesh 315 to win

The latest: India established Bangladesh 315 to win

LONDON  - The latest on day 34 of the Cricket World Cup (all local times):

2:20 p.m.

India finished 314-9 at Edgbaston to establish Bangladesh in a tough race that could have been much worse for the Tigers.

After Rohit Sharma and Lokesh Rahul shared an opening record for this tournament of 180, Bangladesh counterattacked to reduce India to 237-4 when the double maiden of Mustafizur Rahman claimed Virat Kohli on the 26th and Hardik Pandya for a duck.

Sharma was out for a ball of 92 balls and Lokesh Rahul was shortly after for 77, also in 92 births.

Rishabh Pant scored 41 balls 48.

Mustafizur claimed the wicket in the last ball of the innings to finish the 5-59.

Bangladesh has shown that it can pursue grand totals. He achieved the greatest successful pursuit of this tournament, 322, to beat the West Indies with seven windows with eight remaining remnants. But India will provide a harder opponent to score freely against.

India gets the semifinal position if it wins. Bangladesh can not qualify if it loses.

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2:05 p.m.

England starter Jason Roy is ready to start against New Zealand on Wednesday after injuring his arm in the victory over India over the weekend.

On his return after three games with a left thigh injury, Roy scored 66 against India but did not run after injuring his arm.

England captain Eoin Morgan says of Roy: "It's good, he's going to be fit for tomorrow's game."

Jofra Archer has managed to avoid problems in England's last two games, but Morgan said the paceman "stopped very well and should be able to play."

England will qualify for the semifinals with a victory at Chester-le-Street.

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1:25 p.m.

Bangladesh is fighting against India in a group game that must win to keep the semifinals alive.

Seamer Mustafizur Rahman took a double maiden and India is 251-4 after 40 shots of 180-0.

India captain Virat Kohli was caught in the limit by Rubel Hussain for a 27-ball 26 against Mustafizur. The captain of India threw a glove of disgust when I left. Hard hitter Hardik Pandya was caught by Soumya Sarkar without scoring two balls later in it.

But India still looks dangerous. Rishabh Pant has hit 36 ​​of 25 balls, including three legs in a row from Mohammad Saifuddin.

MS Dhoni is the new man in.

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12:35 p.m.

Rohit Sharma reached his fourth century of the Cricket World Cup before falling to Soumya Souma in the next, while India continued to dominate Bangladesh.

Sharma made the mark of the century in 90 balls by taking one. That confronted him against Soumya Sarkar and was captured by Liton Das after a blow with India at 180-1 in the 30th.

Sharma hit seven legs and five sixes in his 92-ball 104.

Sharma scored 122 points not against South Africa, 140 against rival Pakistan and 102 on Sunday against England. The only other batter to hit four centuries in a World Cup in Sri Lanka, the great Kumar Sangakkara in 2015.

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12:20 p.m.

India reached 162-0 in half of their 50 overruns allotted in the tournament's highest association and had control of their group game against Bangladesh in Edgbaston.

Rohit Sharma, who fell in Bangladesh on the 9th, hit six legs and five sixes on a 77-ball 92.

Starter KL Rahul has also reached six limits, but only one, six. He is at 66 of 74 deliveries.

India will secure its place in the semifinals if it wins. Bangladesh can not advance without winning.

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11:15 a.m.

India has had a safe start against Bangladesh, reaching 69-0 of 10 kills.

KL Rahul is not 28 years old and Rohit Sharma, who was knocked down on 9 by Tamim Iqbal, is 38.

The start of India contrasts with his first game of power against England on Sunday when he reached 28-1 in an unsuccessful pursuit.

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10:15 a.m.

India captain Virat Kohli won the draw and chose to bat first against Bangladesh in a group game in which both teams are still chasing a spot in the semi-final.

India made two changes to the team that lost to England in the same field in Birmingham, with a short limit, on Sunday. Fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar enters for Kuldeep Yadav, and middle-order hitter Dinesh Karthik replaces Kedar Jadhav.

Bangladesh also made two changes to the team that beat Afghanistan in its last game eight days ago. Mahmudullah did not progress to physical condition in a calf strain and is replaced by middle-order hitter Sabbir Rahman, and fast bowler Rubel Hossain enters for Mehidy Hasan.

India, second classified, will go through a victory.

The seventh place in Bangladesh must win to stay competitive.

Bangladesh's pitcher, Mashrafe Mortaza, says he would have hit first too.

Dry and sunny conditions are foreseen for the day.

Alignments:

India: Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli (captain), Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant, MS Dhoni, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah.

Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Liton Das, Mosaddek H, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza (captain), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman.

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7:30 am.

India has another chance to secure a spot in the semifinals of the Cricket World Cup when the Virat Kohli team plays against Bangladesh in Edgbaston on Tuesday.

India, second place, which lost for the first time in the tournament against England on Sunday, has 11 points in seven games and will advance with a victory.

If you beat India twice, Bangladesh can move to the level of Pakistan with the fifth place in nine points, one point behind the fourth place in England. Bangladesh can not move forward if it loses.

Bangladesh and Pakistan meet in their last group game at Lord's on Friday. The last group match of India is against Sri Lanka in Headingley on Saturday.

India has won the last four ODIs against Bangladesh. The teams have played each other three times in the World Cup so far, with Bangladesh winning in 2007, followed by victories for India in 2011 and 2015. Bangladesh and India have met eleven earlier in an ODI in Edgbaston when India won by nine Ventanillas in 2017. Champions trophy with high scores of Rohit Sharma and Kohli.

The forecast is for a soft and sunny day.