March 4, 2007

World Cup Cricket 2007: Bangladesh and The second round

In the last world Bangladesh has no expectation. But the situation has been changed. Now Bangladesh wants to do something. Anticipation of Bangladesh is to go to the second round or more. If they have to full the target, they have to fight the former champion India and Sri-Lanka.

gulfnews reported:

"Beating Sri Lanka and India will be a tough job, but not impossible," Bashar said before the team left for the Caribbean.
"Our target is the second round. We have to play very well, but we are hopeful." As well as former titleholders Sri Lanka and India, Bangladesh is grouped with Bermuda in limited-overs cricket's biggest competition from March 13-April 28. The top two teams from each group qualify for the second round.
The South Asian side had a humiliating campaign in the 2003 event in South Africa - even losing to a Canadian team made up of amateurs - finishing bottom of its group that also included Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa, West Indies and Kenya.

Now we have to wait for some day for the result.