England vs Bangladesh, World Cup 2019: Weather report and Pitch conditions

Both England and Bangladesh have lost and won a match each in the tournament thus far. They will be aiming a win at Cardiff tomorrow if the rain keeps away
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England takes on Bangladesh tomorrow at Cardiff in their third match of the ICC World Cup 2019. The hosts started event with a bang by defeating South Africa in the first game of the tournament, however, they faced a stunning defeat against Pakistan in the second match. The Eoin Morgan-led side produced unimpressive bowling performance, allowing Men in Green post a mammoth total of 348 runs on board. In reply, despite a solid batting display, they fell short at the end.

 

Bangladesh, on the other hand, also surprised the cricket world by pipping South Africa in the first encounter. Though they also failed to pull off a win against New Zealand in a nail-biting match. Both the teams would be now looking to regain the momentum tomorrow. England undoubtedly is a very strong side but Bangladesh too isn’t a minnow team anymore.

 

They have got some really good players in the squad, both in the batting and bowling department. The contest is expected to be a cracker with both teams hungry to get going in the tournament. Here is how the weather and pitch conditions are expected to be for tomorrow’s match.

 

Weather report

After spoiling Pakistan versus Sri Lanka match today, the rain is again likely to affect England and Bangladesh match tomorrow. It will mostly cloudy at Cardiff tomorrow with showers expected in the morning. The temperature will range from 10 to 14 celsius.

 

Pitch conditions

Although pitches have mostly been flat in England, there could be some movement to offer at Sophia Gardens as was in the last match when Sri Lanka thumped Afghanistan. Seamers might enjoy the outing if the rain keeps away tomorrow at Cardiff.

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