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Bangladesh vs Australia 5th T20I Betting Tips 09/08/2021

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Bangladesh

Bangladesh have had more than their fair share of good fortune in the series but their luck finally betrayed them here.

Having put their guests in trouble again, they just could not find their way past the Aussie tale and lost their first match of the series.

The man largely responsible for the defeat was the man often responsible for their wins. Shakibal Hasan was woeful with the ball, giving away 50 runs in his four overs, which is super expensive for a match that sees 400 runs scored collectively. For a match that saw a combined score of just 209 runs, it was outrageously poor by the star allrounder. He gave away nearly half of the 105 Australia scored.

His performance was in stark contrast to Mustafizur Rehman’s. The Fizz again was super miserly, giving away just nine runs in his four overs and also picked up two wickets.

Australia

Australia finally managed to get off the mark on this tour, but still only barely managing to beat their hosts, even when all they had to do was chase down another measly target, which this time was just 105.

They were 65-6 during the run chase, and had it not been for their tale keeping their cool, they’d have gone down 4-0 in the series.

With the World Cup just months away, the Aussies fans and selectors must be extremely nervous about this team and how it’s going to fare in the UAE.

Their batting, as has been said so many times, is a supreme mess and desperately requires the return of Aaron Finch, Steve Smith and David Warner.

The only thing Aussie-like in this rendition of the Australian team is their bowling, which again impressed in the 4th T20I, restricting Bangladesh to 104-9. Mitchell Starc didn’t play but he didn’t need to as his namesake Mitchell Swepson and Andrew Tye picked up three wickets a piece and Josh Hazlewood grabbed a pair.

What do the Sportsbook Say

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Australia are the favourites for the final T20I as well. 22Bet has Australia priced at 1.53 and Bangladesh at 2.50. MelBet has Australia available for 1.525 and Bangladesh for 2.488. Lastly, Betway has Australia priced at 1.53 and Bangladesh at 2.40.


Tipster’s Angle

Tip: Australia to win @ 1.53

There are no guarantees and this is still a risky play, considering the way the Aussies have been playing on this tour. That said, we think that the tourists will muster every bit of pride and put to use all of their cricketing pedigrees to nick another consolation so that years later when they look back they can say ‘we only lost 3-2.’ Only us, the folks of this era, who saw and witnessed, will know what the reality was. Anyway, we see an Aussie victory to conclude a sorry tour for them. The play can be found on 22Bet.

Tip: Total runs over 255.5 @ 1.995

This is the final match of a taxing series that saw little rest days between matches. The outcome has already been decided so we expect the bowlers to take a day off as they have nothing left to prove; both sides’ ball hurlers have been exquisite. The batters, on the other hand, have a lot to prove and so we expect there to be a bit more runs than usual for this series. The play of over 255.5 runs can be found on 22Bet at odds of 1.995.

Conclusion

As soon as this series is over, the Aussies should head back home, summon a big meeting of their entire think tank and call for a full review. Whether they took Bangladesh easy or they were just flat out bad or the conditions were too unfavorable – whatever the cause was for their historic humiliation will need to be unearthed.

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