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Bangladesh vs South Africa Betting Tips 02/11/2021

Teams Status

Bangladesh

Bangladesh sit at the bottom of the points table in Group 1, having lost all three of their matches so far and all but out of the tournament.

For a team that has been playing nonstop T20 cricket since July and headed into this tournament on the back of plenty of action, this has been a very disappointing showing.

They started their campaign with a loss to Sri Lanka and were then thrashed by England. Then, in their last game, they narrowly lost to the West Indies, which all but ended their already flailing hopes of qualification to the next round.

South Africa

After starting their World Cup campaign with a loss to Australia, South Africa have since bounced back, registering victories over the West Indies and then Sri Lanka.

They currently occupy the second spot in Group 1 behind league leaders England but with Australia hot on their heels, they cannot afford to relax, making this a must-win game if they are to harbour any hopes of qualification.

In their last match, which was against Sri Lanka, the African side needed last-over heroics by David Miller and Kagiso Rabada to get over the line. It should not have to do that, however, as the target wasn’t big and the Proteas had much more talent than the Lankans.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

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South Africa are the favourites for this fixture. 22Bet has South Africa priced at 1.285 and Bangladesh at 3.52. Betway has South Africa available for 1.30 and Bangladesh for 3.50. Lastly, Dafabet has South Africa priced at 1.33 and Bangladesh at 3.50.


Tipster’s Angle

Tip: Aiden Markram to score over 18.5 runs @ 1.87

Aiden Markram has been in good form of late as evident in his scores of 40, 51*, and 19 in his last three innings. We see a volume scorer in him and so we expect his mini-purple patch to continue. The odds have been sourced from Dafabet.

Tip: Mushfiqur Rahim to score over 17.5 runs @ 1.87

Another batsman in this fixture whom we often find quietly scoring a lot of runs is Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh. He scored just eight runs in the loss to West Indies but before that, he had scored 29 and 57*. We expect him to bounce back and get back among the runs in this game. The odds have again been sourced from Dafabet.

Conclusion

South Africa have beaten Bangladesh in each of their last five T20Is, and the same is expected to happen in this game. We won’t pick a horse though as the odds are unplayable.

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