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IND vs BAN ICC T20 WC Warm-Up Match Live Score: Rohit Sharma's India will take on Najmul Hossain Shanto's Bangladesh at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York at 8:00 PM IST in a warm-up match

India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup Warm Up Match Live: IND to face BAN at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New YorkIndia vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup Warm-Up Match Live: Rohit Sharma's India to Face Najmul Hossain Shanto's BAN at Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York

Live Score of ICC T20 World Cup Warm-Up Matches: India will face Bangladesh ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup in a warm-up match at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York. Once again, the question will be whether India can use their resources to convert them into trophies or whether their 11-year trophy drought will continue in the next ICC event.

In the previous T20 World Cup in Australia, although the team reached the semi-final, there were holes in the team which were filled through individual brilliance. However, against England in Adelaide in a knockout, it was an eye-opener for Rohit Sharma And Rahul Dravid where India stands in the modern white ball game.

Although this team is better equipped than Australia in 2022, here are the three things India would look to sort out ahead of the campaign proper.

Follow the live scores of IND vs. BAN from New York below.

Warm-up matches for ICC Men's T20 World Cup, 2024 – Match 15

The match has not started yet (Day – Match 15)
The match begins at 8:00 p.m. IST (2:30 p.m. GMT)

World T20: India not favorites, don't believe the hype; trust Rohit, he has a plan

India Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma during a practice session for the T20 World Cup in New York. (PTI)

That all-too-familiar chant has begun to resonate: the T20 World Cup returns once again, to its spiritual home, India. A few foreign pundits, who are yet to unpack after their enriching IPL commentary trip to India, guarantee that this will be the case. Even money is included in the announced gesture: English betting companies consider India the favorite.

This old dream is sold again and the shopping carts are loading up. The packaging features those old visuals – a Tarzan-like MS Dhoni with blowing hair. They are from the inaugural 2007 Cup in South Africa won by India. To avoid shattering unreasonable expectations, the hidden fine print needs to be enlarged. (Read more about Sandeep Dwivedi)

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First published online on: 01-06-2024 at 6:05 p.m. IST

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