Cricbuzz: About four years to the day, determined by its unimaginably energetic fans, Bangladesh summoned a glorious win against England in Chittagong. It wasn't, sufficiently notwithstanding to power successful Bangladesh to the quarter-finals or scupper England's shots of advancing to the knockout phase of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.
Having lost three of their four matches in this way, England need nothing not as much as triumphs in the staying two alliance amusements against Bangladesh and Afghanistan, to stay in dispute for the last eight stage. Bangladesh, with two wins from the same number of matches, are set higher than England in the table at fourth position and the Asian team would be looking to unite its position.
Britain had lost to Bangladesh by two wickets in the last World Cup in 2011 yet at the same time survived the stun annihilation to fit the bill for the quarter-finals. Nonetheless, there will be no such additional opportunity this time. The English side has lost to all Test-playing countries so far in the Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka and their solitary win has come against minnows Scotland.