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McCullum predicts Bangladesh will win just a single match!

Bangladesh is not going to win more than a match – that is what the former New Zealand star Brendon McCullum believes.



McCullum predicts Bangladesh will win just a single match
McCullum believes Bangladesh will be outplayed while India and Australia are favorites. Photo: AP

For the last few years, Bangladesh are one of the finest cricket teams in the world. Before the World Cup, Tigers won the Tri-nation series, their first ever multi-nation tournament title but former Kiwi star Brendon McCullum said the subcontinent team will win just a single match in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

The dream of Bangladesh in the current World Cup is to play in the semi-final. But Bangladesh will win only one match in the Cricket World cup that is how the prediction of former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum goes.

There is no grouping in the England World Cup. Each team will face each other. Bangladesh will play nine matches before the semi-final of the 10-team World Cup.

Bangladesh will not going to win more than a match, said the Kiwi former opener. The Kiwi star also said that Bangladesh have the ability to win against any team in the opposition.

But he also said that the Tigers will only win against Sri Lanka. McCullum’s prediction about the power of Bangladesh is so tragic that he even thinks the subcontinent nation could not have a win against Afghanistan.

Moreover, a former cricketer predicted that Bangladesh will going to lose against South Africa, New Zealand, England, West Indies, Australia, India and Pakistan in the World Cup.

McCullum believes England will look to dominate the eight-match league stage. His favorites are Australia and India.

The Kiwi hard hitter said India will win all eight matches in the league. According to McCullum’s prediction, Australia will win six out of nine matches, on the other hand, his home country New Zealand will book five wins which will carry them into the semi-finals.

Apart from this, the West Indies, South Africa and Pakistan will win four matches out of nine.

Afghanistan will win two more matches than Bangladesh. According to McCullum’s prediction, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka both teams will win only a single match respectively.

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