India and Bangladesh have been clashing in friendly cricket tournaments for 31 years. The Men in Blue have been locking horns with Bangla Tigers on cricket grounds since the time when Bangladesh’s cricket board administration served as associate members of the ICC board. Then it was in 2000 when Bangladesh became a recognized member of the ICC and was given test status by the board. In the same year, Bangladesh played its maiden test match against India where the Men in Blue defeated the Bangla Tigers by 9 wickets on their home ground in Dhaka. Both nations had their first ODI clash in the 1988 Asia Cup where the Men in Blue won by a margin of 9 wickets. Following the win India went ahead to bag the Asia Cup for the second time in a row. India bagged the inaugural Asia Cup trophy in 1984.
Now with the inception of the 2023 ODI World Cup cricket fans from both nations are excited to witness their head-on clash again in the biggest Cricket tournament of the year. The ODI World Cup began on October 5 with the opening match between England and New Zealand. This inaugural match was hosted at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
India and Bangladesh have previously clashed in 40 ODI matches. The two teams have to date played in 65 encounters across all formats where India holds the maximum winning record. The cricket fans are excited to watch whether India can take advantage of their home ground and beat Bangladesh again or Bangla Tigers manage to turn the tables and beat India on their home ground. This highly anticipated India vs Bangladesh match is scheduled to be hosted on 19 October at MCA’s International Stadium, Gahunje in Pune from 2:00 p.m. onwards.
Both teams have previously played 4 memorable 50-over World Cup matches in which the Indian team emerged victorious on 3 occasions. Team Bangladesh managed to emerge victorious only once in the 50-over World Cup. The first World Cup encounter between the two teams took place during the 2007 World Cup in which Bangladesh won by 5 wickets. Since then rivalry between the two nations began. However, in a twist of tables India emerged victorious thrice in the 2011, 2015 and 2019 World Cup. where the Men in Blue won by 87, 109, and 28 runs respectively.
Indian cricket fans are eager to see team India maintain its glory by defeating Bangladesh again in the 2023 World Cup. Meanwhile, Bangladesh fans are anticipating team Bangladesh to put an end to their World Cup defeat and reclaim their lost glory. It has been 16 years since the Men in Blue have gained an upper hand over the Bangla Tigers.
Ever since 2007’s World Cup both teams have been at odds and rivalry can be seen between not just the national teams but also the fans also. Now with the match around the corner excitement is at its peak for cricket fans ar ready to witness both rivals locking horns again in the biggest cricket tournament of the year.
Both teams have played 40 ODI series head of which India managed to win 31 series while Bangladesh won 7 matches. Out of the remaining 2 matches were drawn and abandoned. The two teams already met 2023 Asia Games. In the match held on October 6, India won by a margin of 9 wickets against Bangladesh. In this semi-final match India scored 97 runs for 1 wicket loss in 9.2 overs while Bangladesh scored 96 for a fall of 9 wickets in 20 overs. After the semi-final win India is now heading to bag gold and win the Asia Game 2023.
After the Asia Game 2023 win India is looking eager to beat rival Bangladesh in a major upcoming tournament and continuing with their winning glory against Bangladesh. Meanwhile, Bangladesh is looking to reclaim their lost glory, make up for their 2023 Asia Game defeat and claim their winning streak against India in the ODI World Cup in the rival’s home ground.
IND vs BAN Head to Head
India recently played against Bangladesh in the Asia Game 2023 and claimed victory with 97 runs. Of all the 65 formats cricket matches played against India Bangladesh has only managed to win 8 matches while India appeared victorious in 53 matches.
Let’s have a look at India vs Bangladesh Head to Head records in different formats:
IND vs BAN Head-to-Head in ODI World Cup
India and Bangladesh have met 40 times in the history of the ODI World Cup and India came out victorious on 31 occasions. Their first World Cup encounter took in 2007 at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain Trinidad. Bangladesh won the match by 5 wickets and scored 192 runs while India scored 191 runs.
Meanwhile, they last met in an ODI World Cup in 2019 in England. India won that match by 28 runs and Rohit Sharma was declared Man of the match. Following this win India qualified for the semi-finals where they lost the match to England.
Let’s have a look at the overall Head-to-Head record between India and Bangladesh in the history of the ODI World Cup.
|First Played||17 March 2007|
|Last Played||2 July 2019|
IND vs BAN Head-to-Head in T20 World Cup
Both India and Bangladesh have faced each other 4 times in the T20 World Cup, where India emerged victorious in all 4 matches. The first encounter between India and Bangladesh in T20 World Cup took place in England, in 2009. The Men in Blue won the match by 25 runs and Virendra Sehwag was declared as Man of the Match for his 180-run streak. India managed to score 163 runs for a loss of 6 wickets and lost the match. This match was played at Trent Bridge, England.
Later both teams locked horns again in the 2016 T20 World Cup in Eden Park, Auckland where India won by 1 run with a score of 146 runs. Bangladesh lost the match with a fall of 9 wickets. In the match, Ravichandran Ashwin was declared as Man of the Match for his 3-wicket haul. Both nations played the last T20 World Cup match in 2022 in Adelaide Oval, Australia. In the match, India won by 5 runs and Virat Kohli received Man of the Match for his 64 runs streak. India scored 150 for a loss of 6 wickets while Bangladesh scored 145 runs.
|First Played||6 June 2009|
|Last Played||2 November 2022|
IND vs BAN Head-to-Head in T20I
|New Zealand Won||1|
|First Played||19th December 2009|
|Last Played||20th August 2023|
IND vs BAN Head-to-Head in ODI
|First Played||17 March 2007|
|Last Played||2 July 2019|
IND vs BAN Head-to-Head in Test
|New Zealand Won||0|
|First Played||10-13 November 2000|
|Last Played||22-26 December 2022|