T20 world cup 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh
T20 world cup 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh

T20 World Cup 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights: Australia’s T20 WC 2021 semifinals qualifications scenario seems to bit uneasy for the team as their qualification scenario partially depends on South Africa vs England group match which is scheduled to play on November 6, 2021.

The winner of the match will get the advanced position in the T20 World Cup 2021 points table.

TournamentICC T20 World Cup 2021
Match No34
MatchAUS vs BAN
TeamsAustralia vs Bangladesh
DateNovember 4, 2021
Time3:30 PM IST; 10:00 AM GMT / 02:00 PM LOCAL

Australia won the toss and opt to bowl

VenueDubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
Playing 11List Give Below


T20 WC 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh Scoreboard

Bangladesh73-10 (15 Ov)
Australia78-2 (6.2 Ov)


Bangladesh Scorecard

Naimc Cummins b Hazlewood171630106.25
Liton Das (wk)b Starc01000
Soumya Sarkarb Hazlewood581062.5
Mushfiqur Rahimlbw b Maxwell120050
Mahmudullah (c)c Wade b Starc16182088.89
Afif Hossainc Finch b Zampa04000
Shamim Hossainc Wade b Zampa191811105.56
Mahedi Hasanlbw b Zampa01000
Taskin Ahmednot out6110054.55
Mustafizurc Steven Smith b Zampa490044.44
Shoriful Islamc Finch b Zampa02000


Australia Scorecard

David Warnerb Shoriful Islam181430128.57
Aaron Finch (c)b Taskin Ahmed402024200
Mitchell Marshnot out16521320
Glenn Maxwellnot out00000


Captains View

Aaron Finch

We gonna have a bowl first. Looks like a really good wicket, just want to exploit any moisture on offer. Wasn’t an ideal result last game, had a few days to relax and regroup and a couple of good days training.

One change for us. Mitch Marsh comes back in for Ashton Agar. We are going with seven specialist batters again, pretty much how we started the tournament and nothing more than that.


Looks a good wicket to bat, we need to bat well and put a decent total on the board. It has been tough in this tournament, we didn’t play to our potential and it’s the last opportunity for us.

Want for play for pride and try to prove ourselves again. We got one change. Nasum is not playing and Fizzy (Mustafizur) comes back in.

Australia vs Bangladesh Playing 11

David Warner
Mohammad Naim
Aaron Finch(c)Liton Das(w)
Mitchell MarshSoumya Sarkar
Steven Smith
Mushfiqur Rahim
Glenn Maxwell
Marcus StoinisAfif Hossain
Matthew Wade(w)Shamim Hossain
Pat CumminsMahedi Hasan
Mitchell StarcTaskin Ahmed
Adam ZampaShoriful Islam
Josh Hazlewood
Mustafizur Rahman


ICC T20 WC 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights

Bangladesh Batting

Naim and Liton Das gets into the crease to lead Bangladesh while Starc opens the bowling attack. Starc in the third delivery of the over dismissed Liton Das for golden duck and draws the first blood for Bangladesh.

In the followed over Hazlewood dismissed Soumya Sarkar for 5 runs and makes the second wicket. Bangladesh struggles to build momentum and loses wickets in regular intervals.

Shamim Hossain scored 19 runs which is the team’s highest individual score where Bangladesh loses all their 10 wickets after scoring 73 runs.

Teams getting bowled out for below 100 in successive T20 WC matches

  • Kenya: 73 vs NZ & 88 vs SL in 2007
  • Afghanistan: 80 vs Eng, 2012 & 72 vs Ban, 2014
  • Bangladesh: 84 vs SA & 73 vs Aus

Australia Batting

David Warner and Aaron Finch gets into the crease to lead Australia to chase down the target of 74 runs. While Taskin Ahmed opens the bowling attack.

The Australian batsmen makes an impressive opening partnership of 58 runs which is nearly a match-winning partnership for Australia.

Australia chased down the low target of 74 runs in just 6.2 overs and beats Bangladesh by 8 wickets.

Winning with most balls to spare in T20 World Cups

  • 90 SL v Net Chittagong 2014
  • 82 Aus v Ban Dubai 2021 *
  • 77 SL v Net Sharjah 2021
  • 74 NZ v Ken Durban 2007
  • 70 Eng v WI Dubai 2021

Watch T20 WC 2021 Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights

Player of the Match

Adam Zampa

First 5-fer it is always a pretty nice feeling. I have been playing for 5-6 years and that’s one eluded me for a while.

I think I had three overs between that over and the hat-trick ball, I thought I was the only one who knew (about the hat-trick ball).. but if it wouldn’t have been for Wadey’s hands I wouldn’t be getting so many wickets, he’s been keeping beautifully well, tough catch but just happy with the win. I think it (wrist-spinners being successful) is a bit of both (conditions and skill).

The quicks have been tough to score off in the powerplay, also guys like Maxwell doing well which gives me a chance to pick wickets in the middle overs. There have been some really good wrist spinners and they are getting wickets because teams are coming harder in the middle overs.

It does change my role (when I’m the lone spinner) but I don’t feel any added pressure, even when Ash (Agar) plays my role is to pick wickets in the middle. Sometimes you bowl in the powerplay and sometimes in the back end, but the overs I bowled today were purely to take wickets. We needed to chase down a low score today and we tried to be aggressive.