The latest game of India Vs Bangladesh happened in Edgbaston, Birmingham where India beat Bangladesh by 28-runs and march toward into the semi-finals after reigning champion Australia. Bangladesh’s semi-finals hope is over now as they will head back into their country right after their last game versus Pakistan. Edgbaston was fully dry in Tuesday’s game as pacers from both teams got help although it was a high-scoring match.

The dry up pitch helped bowlers to cut the ball in Edgbaston at India Vs Bangladesh match

The pitch of Birmingham was was particularly dry in the evening. England bowled a lot of cutters here in the last game again India at their last match. There was a patch, lots of patches in the field. There are footmarks just outside the off-stamp for a left-hander. The dry surface believed to be brought more helps to the spinners but sadly it didn’t.

Pacers got more help than spinners in the field. Ian Bishop and Sourav Ganguly confirmed that the pitch will be a lot of cutters and fans gonna see the magic of cutter in the whole game. Their words were pinch-perfect as Bangladesh cutter master Mustafizur Rahman did a splendid bowling spell and took 5 wickets against India.

Indian pacers Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya shared 7-wickets between them. Although the pitch was favorable for cutters, it was muchly dried up and batsmen got a huge advantage from here. It was also a high scoring game. Indian bowler Jasprit Bumrah also emphasized the matter –

The pitch had too much patch and it helped to cut the ball. We got a notion from the game against England and now we applied it and it worked well.

Edgbaston is a field for batsmen and usually teams who chose bat first get more advantage. We saw it in last game as India posted 314 and beat Bangladesh by 28-runs.

Edgbaston will be holding another match in this World Cup. The second semi-finals will be staged at this field on July 11, 2019.