World Cup 2019: Both teams will get the same benefit - Mortaza on Edgbaston's small boundaries
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza said on Monday, that his side must 'play better' ahead of their must-win World Cup clash against India on Tuesday.

England's impressive 31-run win over India on Sunday has made the tie at Edgbaston a must-win for The Tigers.

Bangladesh know that only two wins in their two remaining matches - their last match against Pakistan later in the week - will give them any chance of qualifying for the semi-finals.

They currently have seven points while India are on eleven points.

India's defeat on Sunday has exposed a few chinks in their armour, especially the way the England batsmen attacked the Indian spinners.

The teams have faced each other thrice in the world cups with India having won twice (2011 and 2015) and Bangladesh once in 2007.



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