IND vs BAN World Cup Head to Head Stats

Last Modified Nov 02, 2022 10:44 IST

The World Cup rivalry between India and Bangladesh began in 2007. The 2007 ICC World Cup was already a disaster for India but the salt to the wound was when India were shown out of the tournament by Bangladesh. No one, even Bangladesh wouldn't have imagined this outcome of the match. This started the heated battles between India and Bangladesh which continued beyond ICC World Cup.

So far India and Bangladesh have faced each other for a total of four times. Out of which Bangladesh have won once and India have won thrice.

IND vs BAN Head To Head All Time Records

2 July 2019India28 runsEdgbaston
19 March 2015India109 runsMelbourne
19-Feb-11India87 runsDhaka
17 March 2007Bangladesh5 wicketsPort of Spain

The first India-Bangladesh encounter took place on March 17, 2007, at Port of Spain. To be everyone's amazement Bangladesh won that match by 5 wickets, eliminating India from the tournament .

On Feb 19, 2011, India and Bangladesh met at Dhaka for their second World Cup clash. This time India came out on top winning the match by 87 runs.

The third India vs Bangladesh Cricket World Cup match was played on March 19, 2015 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, Australia. India dominated Bangladesh by 109 runs in that game.

The most recent match of India vs Bangladesh was in World Cup 2019 where India won the match by 26 runs.

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India vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 : July 2, 2019

India and Bangladesh are again meeting in the middle at yet another ICC Cricket World Cup on July 2, 2019. And as we all know that the Indian squad for this World Cup is one of the top contenders for the cup and this match would rather be an easy one for India. Considering the form Indian team has been in the past few months, we can expect India to walk all over Bangladesh. But as we have seen in this World Cup, Bangladesh has overachieved by their standards, and hence we cannot really rule out Bangladesh from the contest. Only time will tell who will come out on top.

India v Bangladesh: Group B - 2011 ICC World Cup

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