India vs Bangladesh WC 2015 quarter-final: Star Sports live streaming info and cricket live score

March 18, 2015, By S Ranjita

Rohit Sharma’s form is the only concern for India as they take on Bangladesh in the Quarter final of the ICC Cricket World Cup on March 19, 2015.

Apart from this fact of concern, the team under the leadership of Mahendra Singh is in full form, and they have the capability to defend their World Champion title this year as well.

MS Dhoni wins the toss for India and decides to bat first. No changes in the Indian squad.

The match against Bangladesh will not be that easy for India. The Bangladesh tigers have shown some impeccable piece of gaming throughout the tournament, and they have easily challenged big teams like England and New Zealand.

Dhoni at the toss againt Bangladesh

Dhoni at the toss against Bangladesh

They beat the match against England in style, while their loss against New Zealand was as glorious as a win due to the immense fighting spirit they showcased throughout the match.

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The match between India and Bangladesh will be telecasting live by Star Sports in India and PTV Sports in Pakistan.

The official website of Star Sports is live streaming the match for online viewers.

You can also watch the live streaming at the Star Sports Official website here or HERE.

Sky Sports is telecasting the match for people in Europe.

Viewers in Pakistan can watch PTV Sports live streaming here.

The final playing XI are as below:

India: Ajinkya Rahane, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Ashwin, Mohit Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Umesh Yadav, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli,

Bangladesh player Shakib Al Hasan during a recent press conference told that he and his team is not bothered while taking on India.

He added that the memories of the 2007 World Cup match win against India are ruling the minds of all Bangladeshi players.

“Obviously, on pen and paper, India are a better team than Bangladesh, no-one has any doubt about it. But on our day, we can defeat even the mightiest side. Think about us having a good day, and India having a bad day”, said Shakib.

Shakib added that winning or losing the match is not that vital, but playing good cricket is the thing which you should do after entering the ground.

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