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    Over 30 - India 144/2 (Kohli 64, Rahane 26)

    Mushfiqur turns to Mominul's slow left-arm offerings, but his first ball is a long hop and it's dismissed into the leg side. Bangladesh are looking a little clueless just at the moment.With a boundary off the first ball, the pressure is off and a couple of singles takes them to six off the over.

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    Over 29 - India 138/2 (Kohli 59, Rahane 25)

    Another over, another boundary, and one feels Bangladesh are starting to wilt a little now. There's still a long way to go in this chase, but there's nothing to challenge Kohli and Rahane right now. Kohli's seventh four is a brutal pull to deep midwicket off Gazi, who'd dropped the ball slightly short.

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    Over 28 - India 133/2 (Kohli 54, Rahane 25)

    A boundary! Rahane breaks the run of singles by coming forward to Ziaur and chipping him straight back over his head for four. That also takes him into the 20s.

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    Over 27 - India 128/2 (Kohli 53, Rahane 21)

    Both batsmen are also starting to use their feet nicely to the spinner, jumping out to meet Sohag Gazi's offerings on the full. But he's got protection out on the boundary, so for the moment the damage is limited to singles.

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    Over 26 - India 124/2 (Kohli 51, Rahane 19)

    Ziaur continues, and comes within a bat's edge of dismissing Rahane. The right-hander was whipping across the line at a straight one, and had he missed it there would have been a very strong lbw appeal. As it stands, this partnership continues to swell.

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    Over 25 - India 121/2 (Kohli 15, Rahane 17)

    Kohli eases to his 31st fifty with a calm push through point. This innings has been very close to flawless so far. We've entered the 'accumulation' phase of this innings, and both of these batsmen have tempered their aggression - for the moment.

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    Over 24 - India 118/2 (Kohli 49, Rahane 15)

    Ziaur Rahman returns to the attack, but with the field spread there are plenty of gaps to be picked, and neither batsman has any trouble finding the single.

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    Over 23 - India 114/2 (Kohli 47, Rahane 13)

    Gazi's second over is far superior to his first. His lines are better, for a start, and there are no towering sixes. Which is always good. He mixes his pace up nicely, too, but Kohli and Rahane are looking nicely settled. Kohli, in particular, is in rather ominous touch.

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    Over 22 - India 110/2 (Kohli 46, Rahane 11)

    Kohli marches on! He could probably win this on his own. Razzak has looked threatening to Rahane, but Kohli is ice cold as he laces consecutive boundaries through the covers - of the front and back foot - to keep India ticking over. This partnership is already worth 56, and Rahane's on 11.

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    Over 21 - India 99/2 (Kohli 37, Rahane 9)

    Sohag Gazi into the attack with his offpsin. This was the first over he'd ever bowled against India, and it was a nervous one. Indeed, he'll not forget his first ball to Kohli for a long time, as a rank long-hop was clobbered miles over deep midwicket. Kohli attempts a similar shot, but with less control, and is lucky to get away with it, but Gazi can't build any pressure as he leaks a couple of wides to concede 10 from his first over.

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    Over 20 - India 89/2 (Kohli 29, Rahane 9)

    Razzak attempts another repair job, and it's a decent effort. Again Rahane doesn't quite read the slider, but the ball comes off the inside edge and goes fine to allow a single. Kohli's kept quiet for three deliveries before he, too, nudges one into the leg side.

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    Over 19 - India 87/2 (Kohli 28, Rahane 8)

    Ouch. After all the good work, this over will hurt Bangladesh. Kohli starts the damage by slicing a drive past point for four, while Rahane escalates matters by using Rubel's extra pace to ramp a six over wide third man. This may be a short second spell for Rubel. How much would Mushfiqur like to have Shakib to turn to right about now?

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    Over 18 - India 75/2 (Kohli 23, Rahane 1)

    This is better from Razzak. Kohli flicks to leg to take a single off the first ball of his fifth over, but a crease-bound Rahane can't find any further scoring options. The required run rate is still nudging up towards six and a half an over.

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    Over 17 - India 74/2 (Kohli 22, Rahane 1)

    It's Kohli v Bangladesh at the moment. Rubel is back into the attack, but he offers the Indian captain a short, wide gift that is duly spanked to the point boundary. Rahane, meanwhile, is finally allowed to get off the mark, nudging one to deep cover.

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    Over 16 - India 67/2 (Kohli 16, Rahane 0)

    Razzak isn't quite at his best after the break, and Kohli cashes in with a flick to the leg-side boundary. But the Indian captain is fortunate, too, as a bottom-edged cut somehow evades his stumps. Nervy stuff.

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    Over 15 - India 60/2 (Kohli 9, Rahane 0)

    Ziaur Rahman heaps some pressure upon Kohli with a string of four dot-balls - aided by the dying playing surface - but then lets him off with a misdirected delivery down the leg side which is glanced for four. Bangladesh are on a roll, but it's drinks now so India will have time to re-group.

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    Over 14 - India 55/2 (Kohli 4, Rahane 0)

    Razzak is one wily customer. Kohli spots his variations, and manages a single to long off, but Rahane plays outside a slider and then inside one which dips, grips and turns. The edge drops short of the slip fielder. Bangladesh are on the hunt for another one here. But if anyone can do this, Kohli can.

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    Over 13 - India 54/2 (Kohli 3, Rahane 0)

    WICKET! Ziaur Rahman's medium pace does the trick, and Bangladesh have another. Rohit departs this time. Was it the off cutter that did for him? The ball certainly jagged in sharply, bisecting bat and pad and clattering into the stumps. Advantage: Bangladesh.

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    Over 12 - India 51/1 (Sharma 20, Kohli 1)

    WICKET! Got him! Razzak might've had Dhawan lbw twice in his last over. His lives have run out, as Bowden raises the finger after yet another missed sweep shot. Razzak's arm ball pings Kohli on the pad first ball, too, but it was definitely headed down the leg side. Can Bangladesh build a little more pressure?

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    Over 11 - India 49/0 (Dhawan 28, Sharma 19)

    First six of the match for Sharma! He'd been surprised by one that took off from a length at the start of Mortaza's over, but there wasn't a hint of hesitation in his scoring stroke. The ball was full and straight, and he just dismissed it back over Mortaza's head, the small white orb arcing back into the sightscreen. Bangladesh need a wicket.

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    Over 10 - India 38/0 (Dhawan 25, Sharma 11)

    Two very strong appeals for lbw and a boundary as Mushfiqur swaps Rubel for Abdur Razzak's left-arm spin. The first appeal comes as Dhawan bends into an orthodox sweep, but misses the ball. But Billy Bowden turns it down. The left-handed batsman then charges out and swats a boundary through cover, and follows that up with an attempted reverse-sweep. Again the shot doesn't come off and he's struck on the pad, but again Billy won't give it. Both decisions were mighty close.

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    Over 9 - India 33/0 (Dhawan 21, Sharma 10)

    When they get it right, Bangladesh's tactic in bowling to Dhawan is spot on. They're aiming full and straight, giving him no width and no pace to work with. Mortaza does a superb job of putting the plan into action in his fifth over, with just four singles conceded.

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    Over 8 - India 29/0 (Dhawan 19, Sharma 8)

    Rubel is a little all over the place in this over, and Dhawan - and India - are starting to slip away from Bangladesh. A short ball is glanced to the fine leg boundary, and three balls later the same boundary is pinged with an equally off-line delivery. Rubel then over-steps, but the Free Hit is perhaps the best delivery of the match: a searing yorker that uproots Dhawan's leg stump. Too bad it won't count.

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    Over 7 - India 18/0 (Dhawan 10, Sharma 8)

    So many slower balls from these Bangladeshi seamers! Mortaza slows the pace down practically every other ball, and there's some grip too as one off-cutter scoots past Dhawan's outside edge. But the over's already been somewhat ruined by the boundary off the first ball, Dhawan having pulled to square leg off - you guessed it - a slower ball!

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    Over 6 - India 13/0 (Sharma 8, Dhawan 5)

    Good follow-up from Rubel, who shows pleasing discipline. He doesn't give Dhawan any width outside off, which is vital, and - like Mortaza - exhibits a canny change of pace. Just two singles from the over.

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    Over 5 - India 11/0 (Sharma 7, Dhawan 4)

    The Indian openers have taken the measure of this track, and now they're starting to hit their paces. Dhawan is away with a supremely-timed drive through cover off Mortaza, who shows his guile later in the over when the left-hander attempts to repeat the stroke. Mortaza's change of pace drains his shot of timing and placement. This could be a really good battle.

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    Over 4 - India 6/0 (Sharma 6, Dhawan 0)

    The pressure is broken with a typically sumptuous Sharma drive, the right-hander leaning out to drill a full, wide ball past point. That's what you often get with Rubel - pace, but not the greatest direction. A single puts Dhawan on strike, and there's a big appeal for lbw to end the over - but it pitched outside leg stump.

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    Over 3 - India 1/0 (Sharma 1, Dhawan 0)

    Yep, the ball is definitely keeping low - especially from Mortaza's end. Dhawan has to make a series of late adjustments in this over, and does enough to survive - but that's about it, as it's a maiden. Quiet start from India.

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    Over 2 - India 1/0 (Sharma 1, Dhawan 0)

    Rubel Hossain follows Mortaza's lead with a tight first over. He slings down a decent outswinger, often at good pace, and in the course of the over gets Sharma playing-and-missing outside off stump. Sharma is a nervy starter, this we know, and the problems for Bangladesh will start if they don't get him early. Dhawan, meanwhile, hasn't yet faced a ball.

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    Over 1 - India 1/0 (Sharma 1, Dhawan 0)

    Bangladesh might've had a wicket with their very first ball! Mashrafe Mortaza opens the bowling for them, and his first delivery crept along very low. Rohit Sharma was fortunate to get his bat down on it in time. Mortaza completes an accurate first over, with just a single conceded as Sharma walks out at him and flicks to leg.

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    Over 50 - Ban 279/7 (Gazi 3, Mortaza 1)

    WICKET! Mushfiqur perishes in the cause, but he's taken his team to a challenging total. He smites one more boundary, but then lifts a high full toss to deep midwicket to be caught by Sharma.

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    Over 49 - Ban 271/6 (Mushfiqur 113, Gazi 1)

    WICKET! Aaron makes up, a little, for his lapses earlier with a sharp catch at cover. Ziaur had chopped an incredible boundary through point earlier in the over, and in attempting to repeat the stroke sent a full ball flying towards the covers ... where Aaron dived to his right to hold the catch. With just one over to go, how far can Mushy carry Bangladesh?

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    Over 48 - Ban 264/5 (Mushfiqur 112, Ziaur 13)

    Runs flow for Bangladesh! Ziaur starts things off with a toe-ended shot back down the ground that somehow still went for four - such is the power of the man - after which Mushfiqur sent a length delivery sailing to deep midwicket with a slog sweep. Their adventurous batting combines to take 14 runs from the over. Bangladesh have their eye on 300 but they'll have to keep this up to get there.

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    Over 47 - Ban 250/5 (Mushfiqur 103, Ziaur 8)

    Kumar comes back for a late spell, and he's swatted over deep midwicket by Ziaur, who favours that area. That's the only time Bangladesh can reach the boundary, however, as the bowler whips down three accurate yorkers in a row to close out the over.

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    Over 46 - Ban 241/5 (Mushfiqur 102, Ziaur 0)

    WICKET! A century for Mushfiqur, but also a wicket for Shami in the over as Nasir falls. Bangladesh's captain got to the milestone with the very first ball of the over, courtesy of five overthrows from Kohli, his opposite number. The celebration, as you might imagine, was suitably ecstatic. It's the first century for a Bangladeshi batsman against India since Alok Kapali's effort. India strike back later in the over, though, as Nasir throws the bat at a slower ball and Karthik manages to hold onto the edge this time.

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    Over 45 - Ban 236/4 (Mushfiqur 97, Nasir 1)

    A drop by Karthik behind the stumps! To be fair, it was a really tough chance. Nasir went back to cut Ashwin, throwing everything into the shot, and a thick edge couldn't be held by the wicketkeeper. But just five runs come from the over. That ends Ashwin's spell, and with five overs to go Bangladesh will be on the charge now.

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    Over 44 - Ban 231/4 (Mushfiqur 93, Nasir 0)

    WICKET! Naeem departs. Shami had been keeping the ball up to the bat throughout the over, and Naeem had to dig out a sharp yorker before his dismissal. The one that got him was another full one, but Naeem could only carve it straight to Ashwin in the covers. Importantly for Bangladesh, Mushfiqur remains - and Nasir Hossain enters the fray.

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    Over 43 - Ban 227/3 (Mushfiqur 91, Naeem 12)

    Some luck for Mushfiqur, who is into the 90s! He sets himself for a slog sweep off Ashwin, but instead sends the ball swirling up into the air towards deep square ... but fortunately for him it falls safely. A single puts Naeem on strike, and Mushfiqur's next scoring shot is far more classy - a deft little late cut to third man that brings three runs.

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    Over 42 - Ban 219/3 (Mushfiqur 85, Naeem 10)

    It's a forced double change, with Aaron replaced by Shami. Naeem will give the charge to the quicks, come what may. He attempts to kick-start his innings by clearing his left leg and heaving, but that doesn't quite come off. Later in the over, he runs out at Shami and swipes a length delivery towards midwicket, and this time he finds the boundary.

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    Over 41 - Ban 213/3 (Mushfiqur 84, Naeem 5)

    Ravi Ashwin comes back into the attack, but his line is a little off and he concedes two wides, both down the leg side, in the over. There are no big shots from either batsman. I suspect they'll play it safe until the 45th over, and then have a go at absolutely everything at the death.

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    Over 40 - Ban 208/3 (Mushfiqur 83, Naeem 3)

    Jadeja's 10-over spell comes to an end with another tight over. Just four singles from it. That also ends the Powerplay, which has been a good one for Bangladesh. They took 46 runs from it, most off Aaron, and suffered the loss of only one wicket (and the painful blow to Mushfiqur).

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    Over 39 - Ban 204/3 (Mushfiqur 81, Naeem 1)

    A dramatic over. Aaron is all over the place, and he's punished as Mushfiqur goes on the charge. Boundaries are sliced over and behind point, and Mushy goes into the 80s with a majestic, effortless pick-up over square leg for six. But Aaron's next ball is a searing beamer, and Mushfiqur can't get out of the way. He's struck below the armpit and goes down immediately. Aaron is pulled out of the attack, as this is his second beamer. The physio is out to check on Mushfiqur, who eventually recovers enough to continue. It must be said, Aaron was the first to him to check if he was alright, and apologized afterwards as well.

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    Over 38 - Ban 185/3 (Mushfiqur 64, Naeem 1)

    Mushfiqur is quietened after the wicket, and there are no outlandish shots in Jadeja's next over. Indeed, with Aaron spraying it around at the other end Bangladesh can afford to work the ball around off Jadeja, who now has just one over left. He'll probably bowl through to complete the spell, which has been fantastic - but wicketless.

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    Over 37 - Ban 182/3 (Mushfiqur 63, Naeem 0)

    WICKET! Well, at first it appeared the wheels were coming off for Aaron and, somewhat, for India, but he's pulled things back with a wicket. Anamul was into the 70s with a delightful, controlled chip over mid-off for four, and then added four more as Aaron unleashed a high full toss outside off that was immediately no-balled. After a couple of singles, Anamul came forward to a full, wide ball but inside edged it back onto his leg stump. He's so disappointed, he smashes his bat on the ground before trudging off. Will the match referee have something to say about that?

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    Over 36 - Ban 170/2 (Anamul 68, Mushfiqur 62)

    Jadeja continues into the Powerplay, and after working a couple of singles Mushy sets himself for the big heave to leg ... and pulls it off handsomely, the ball sailing away for six. This is now the highest partnership for Bangladesh against India for any wicket, beating the 113 by Jahurul Islam and Tamim Iqbal in 2012.

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    Over 35 - Ban 162/2 (Anamul 67, Mushfiqur 55)

    Ah yes, Kohli has made a change, and brings Varun Aaron back for another spell. His first ball, from around the wicket, is short and hooked away by Mushfiqur, but only for two. Aaron also mixes things up later in the over with a slower ball, but both Mushfiqur and Anamul continue to play each ball on its merits. Right, and now it's Powerplay time. Bangladesh have a perfect platform from which to launch.

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    Over 34 - Ban 157/2 (Anamul 65, Mushfiqur 52)

    The level-headed batting from Anamul and Mushfiqur continues with more ones and twos off Jadeja. Kohli has surely got to do something to mix things up now - and I don't mean by bringing on another part-timer.

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    Over 33 - Ban 152/2 (Anamul 62, Mushfiqur 50)

    Well, now Kohli's brought himself on to bowl some medium pace. There's very little pressure on the batsmen, and if they're content to play safe shots and run hard, they could set Bangladesh up very nicely. Mushfiqur pushes the first ball down the ground to take the partnership to 100, and goes to his own half-century with a drive to long-off to end the over.

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    Over 32 - Ban 147/2 (Anamul 61, Mushfiqur 46)

    More milking from the Bangladeshis as Jadeja continues. Long-off is pinged repeatedly, with the left-arm spinner aiming at off stump.

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    Over 31 - Ban 142/2 (Anamul 59, Mushfiqur 43)

    Kohli persists with Rayudu - at least against my better judgement - and he's milked for five single in the over, taking the partnership into the 90s.

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    Over 30 - Ban 137/2 (Anamul 57, Mushfiqur 40)

    Anamul looks to have a go at Jadeja, but he's not quite to the pitch and has to be content with a single to long-on. Indeed, Jadeja is in the midst of a very tight spell, and he's conceded just 13 runs off his first five overs. Fun fact: The last time Anamul Haque crossed 50 in an ODI, he converted to triple-figures - his highest score of 120 v West Indies.

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    Over 29 - Ban 137/2 (Anamul 57, Mushfiqur 40)

    Right, the Rayudu experiment should probably be over after this. He comes round the wicket, and Mushfiqur is straight onto the front foot to lace a drive through cover for four. The over is bookended with boundaries as Mushfiqur clears his front leg to crunch a slog-sweep to midwicket off the final delivery. This stand is now worth 84.

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    Over 28 - Ban 125/2 (Anamul 54, Mushfiqur 31)

    As he has been doing, Jadeja mixes up his pace nicely and he's either quick and flat or slow and loopy. That's enough to keep the batsmen guessing, and each Bangladeshi can only work a single apiece into the leg side.

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    Over 27 - Ban 123/2 (Anamul 53, Mushfiqur 30)

    Kohli gives Ashwin a rest, and brings Rayudu on to bowl his offies instead. It's definitely part-time stuff from Rayudu, but it's workable and he does a good job of keeping his lines reasonably good. There is one utterly filthy full toss, but Mushfiqur can't make anything of it.

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    Over 26 - Ban 119/2 (Anamul 52, Mushfiqur 27)

    Jadeja is tighter in his follow-up over, and also sprints through the six deliveries in very quick time. Mushfiqur sweeps a single to square leg, and the over is finished in a flash before Anamul can rotate the strike.

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    Over 25 - Ban 118/2 (Anamul 52, Mushfiqur 26)

    When Ashwin's length wavers, Mushfiqur is waiting for it, and he earns his first boundary with a firm slap through deep point off one that was slightly short. This partnership is worth well over 50 now, and will be frustrating India.

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    Over 24 - Ban 112/2 (Anamul 52, Mushfiqur 21)

    Jadeja is noticeably quicker through the air than Ashwin, looking to keep the batsmen in their crease with the pace. It's a canny tactic in the conditions, and it works, with both men content to nudge singles on either side of the wicket.

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    Over 23 - Ban 109/2 (Anamul 51, Mushfiqur 19)

    Anamul goes to his fifty with a six! It's been a slightly two-paced knock from him, resolute defense or all-out attack, but it's worked today. He goes to the milestone with a superb strike off Ashwin, confidently coming down the track and lifting the ball straight down the ground. Bangladesh's hundred also comes up in the over, and they've got a solid base from which to attack.

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    Over 22 - Ban 99/2 (Anamul 44, Mushfiqur 17)

    Kohli replaces the expensive Aaron with Ravi Jadeja, so it's spin from both ends now. Jadeja doesn't offer much flight at all to start with, but slowly loosens up and finds a hint of turn. Three runs from his first over.

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    Over 21 - Ban 96/2 (Anamul 43, Mushfiqur 15)

    Somewhat bizarrely, that over is followed by a maiden as Anamul sees Ashwin off with circumspection. With runs flowing from the other end, I suppose it makes sense to see the spinner off when he's bowling with such good rhythm.

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    Over 20 - Ban 96/2 (Anamul 43, Mushfiqur 15)

    Well, that tactic here from Bangladesh seems to be to milk the spinner and attack Aaron, where possible. Once again Anamul leaps out like Trumper at the fast bowler, smearing a 147kph ball over midwicket for six. Where that shot was played with violence, Anamul's second boundary in the over is all class and timing as he punches down the ground, between the bowler and mid-off, with a high left elbow. Textbook.

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    Over 19 - Ban 82/2 (Anamul 30, Mushfiqur 14)

    Reasonably tight once more from Ashwin, but Mushfiqur and Anamul show a willingness to innovate and eek out runs all the same. A premeditated paddle-sweep from Mushfiqur allows a single to fine leg, while Anamul shows he's willing to use his feet to the spinner as well. Ashwin drops a little short with his third ball, and Mushfiqur steps back to punch three runs through cover. Decent cricket all round.

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    Over 18 - Ban 77/2 (Anamul 29, Mushfiqur 10)

    Aaron's length is aimed much more towards the stumps in this over, and there's a touch of variation in bounce off this Fatullah wicket. Nothing outrageous, but a length delivery rears past Mushfiqur's outside edge before an under-edge from Anamul's bat brings two runs to third man. I wonder what a challenging total might be for India? Bangladesh have got to aim as close to 300 as possible, but that'll be hard without Shakib or Tamim in their line-up.

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    Over 17 - Ban 73/2 (Anamul 26, Mushfiqur 9)

    Apart from the one delivery speared down the leg side, Ashwin's re-worked action seems to be working pretty well for him. Variations in pace and turn keep the batsmen quiet in this over, and it helps that almost every delivery lands on a good length on or around off stump. Just three runs from the over.

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    Over 16 - Ban 70/2 (Anamul 25, Mushfiqur 8)

    Good grief, where did this shot come from? It's the tuk-tuk-boom approach from Anamul, who poked his way through Ashwin's over and now rushes out to a slam a 144kph length delivery from Aaron over long-on for six. Mushfiqur, for his part, is dealing with the short stuff from Aaron in admirable fashion, and 10 runs flow from the over.

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    Over 15 - Ban 60/2 (Anamul 18, Mushfiqur 5)

    Ashwin gifts Bangladesh some runs by spearing one down the leg side for five wides, but that's his only error in the over. He mixes up his pace quite nicely, and what's more there's appreciable turn even with this new-ish ball. Anamul responds with resolute defence.

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    Over 14 - Ban 54/2 (Anamul 18, Mushfiqur 4)

    Bristling pace from Aaron in this over, but little Mushfiqur is equal to it. The Indian fast bowler is operating in the mid-140s, with his quickest ball a decidedly rapid 147kph. Aaron is generally full in length, and when he drops it short Mushfiqur has to hop to defend.

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    Over 13 - Ban 52/2 (Anamul 18, Mushfiqur 3)

    WICKET! Kohli makes a double change, and Ravichandran Ashwin strikes with his very first ball! But this is a touch unlucky for Mominul, who had been batting with purpose. He'd looked to glance the ball into the leg side, but the ball took the inside edge, ricocheted off the pad and went behind him. Mominul wasn't sure where it was, and by the time he regained his composure, Karthik had whipped the bails off. Mushfiqur Rahim is off the mark with a big outside edge. Bangladesh need to keep calm despite these dismissals.

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    Over 12 - Ban 49/1 (Mominul 23, Anamul 18)

    Nope, Shami is replaced by Varun Aaron, and it's a loose start from the young quick. He offers up two gentle half-vollies, and Mominul dispatches them through the covers with panache and timing. Aaron's response is to shorten his length, which has the required effect of quietening Mominul's bat, though he keeps the strike with a wristy glide to third man.

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    Over 11 - Ban 40/1 (Anamul 18, Mominul 14)

    Kumar's spell continues, and there's a change in tactic from Anamul, who charges out of his crease to loft a length delivery to midwicket ... but there's a fielder out there protecting the boundary. Ah, we've also seen that Shami has left the field, and is having his knee attended to with an icepack. We'll wait and see if he continues his spell from the other end.

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    Over 10 - Ban 36/1 (Anamul 15, Mominul 13)

    Well, maybe I haven't quite understood India's tactics. Shami doesn't over-use the short one in this over, but his line is nicely straight and the best Mominul can do is a whip through square leg for two.

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    Over 9 - Ban 34/1 (Anamul 15, Mominul 11)

    Kumar, like Shami, aims a short ball at the batsman first up in his over. But Anamul hooks at it instead of ducking, and is fortunate as the top edge eludes fine leg and goes for four. Kumar's next ball is also short, and there's another top edge! But again fine leg can't get to it. I don't Bangladesh's batsmen will see much more in their half from these quicks.

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    Over 8 - Ban 26/1 (Mominul 10, Anamul 8)

    Shami's seen Mominul's drive, and his response is a barrage of short, quick bowling. His first ball whistles past the batsman at a rate of knots, and Mominul is perhaps a touch rattled. He's pretty much crease-bound for the rest of the over, and Shami might have had another wicket too - had there been a regulation slip in place. India have a third slip and a gully awaiting an edge, but no-one next to the wicketkeeper, and of course that's exactly where the ball flies. Four runs to Bangladesh.

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    Over 7 - Ban 22/1 (Mominul 6, Anamul 8)

    When the ball is pitched up, and the timing's right, this track gives full reward to positive strokeplay. Mominul's first attacking stroke is of the sort that's caught the eye quite a few times already in his budding Test career, the left-hander pistol-whipping a drive through cover point off Kumar. Bangladesh need more of that.

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    Over 6 - Ban 22/1 (Mominul 1, Anamul 8)

    WICKET! Shamsur's stay is brought to an end by the short ball. He looked to whip to leg, but the leading edge looped instead towards cover, where both Shami and Rayudu charged towards it. Did no-one call? In the end it's Shami who takes the catch, but there's very nearly a collision. First blood to India!

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    Over 5 - Ban 16/0 (Anamul 8, Shamsur 7)

    After a bustling start from Bangladesh's openers, they've been held up a little by a firm response from India's seamers. Kumar's length is a little shorter in this over and Anamul is hesitant to get onto the front foot. With nothing loose on offer, it's a maiden.

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    Over 4 - Ban 16/0 (Anamul 8, Shamsur 7)

    Good, tight stuff from Shami. His pace is decent too, nudging 140kph. He's a little too straight with one delivery, conceding a leg bye off the pads to square leg, but apart from that there's not an awful lot to be hit.

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    Over 3 - Ban 15/0 (Anamul 8, Shamsur 7)

    Kumar errs a little in line, allowing Anamul the freedom to work three runs into the leg side, but tightens up thereafter. The pitch is still true enough to allow each batsman to work a single behind the wicket, on either side, and Bangladesh continue to tick along quite nicely.

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    Over 2 - Ban 10/0 (Anamul 4, Shamsur 6)

    There's also swing on offer for Mohammad Shami - both in and out - but Shamsur Rahman meets the ball with strokes of authority and purpose. His first scoring shot is a crashing drive through cover, the ball pinging right off the middle, and he follows that up with a solid punch past mid-on for two more. There's something on offer for the bowlers here, but reward for good strokes too.

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    Over 1 - Ban 4/0 (Anamul 4, Shamsur 0)

    Bhuvneshwar Kumar begins with a very tight opening over, but his efforts go without any reward as Anamul Haque edges a curving outswinger through the slips for four. Kumar maintains his line on or around off stump, leaving Anamul to pick and choose which balls to play and which to leave. So, an early scare for Bangladesh, but they'll take the runs.

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    Team news - India

    VR Aaron, R Ashwin, S Dhawan, RA Jadeja, KD Karthik, V Kohli*, B Kumar, Mohammed Shami, AM Rahane, AT Rayudu, RG Sharma

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    Team news - Bangladesh

    Abdur Razzak, Anamul Haque, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim*, Naeem Islam, Nasir Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Shamsur Rahman, Sohag Gazi, Ziaur Rahman

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    Pitch and conditions

    We saw yesterday that the pitch flattened out as the game wore on - despite Pakistan's scatterbrained batting - and Virat Kohli is confident in India's ability to chase. Indeed, Lasith Malinga profited with the ball yesterday by taking the pitch out of contention with his trademark, searing yorkers. This pitch used to be rather slow and low, especially when the first internationals were played here in 2006, but in recent years that hasn't been the case. We should see plenty of runs.

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    Toss

    India have won the toss and decided to have a bowl on this flat, hard pitch. All in all, not a surprising decision.

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    Greetings!

    Hello and welcome to the second Asia Cup match, also being played in Fatullah, where India are taking on hosts Bangladesh.