Cricket-Buttler hope England maintain momentum with Bangladesh for next

England can’t afford to make mistakes in their Twenty20 World Cup campaign with a potentially delicate clash against Bangladesh in the Super 12, battering goalkeeper Jos Buttler said on Tuesday ahead of the two sides’ first T20 meeting. . England, at the top of Group I, look to build on their victory over defending champions West Indies in Game 1, while Bangladesh are second after losing to Sri Lanka.

“The winning momentum is vital. The way the tournament is organized, there isn’t a lot of room for mistakes,” Buttler told reporters. “We can take a lot of confidence from the first game, it’s fantastic to get a win on the board.“ Bangladesh are a strong team … they are a dangerous team. They have very experienced players on the squad and we expect a tough challenge.

“Obviously we try to plan for the opposition, but at the same time we focus on ourselves and bring our level of intensity to where it needs to be. We feel confident as a group when we let’s get there and… it’s going to give us the best chance of success. ” Bangladesh fast bowling coach Ottis Gibson said the team remained calm and played their A game against a “very powerful” England team for Wednesday’s game in Dubai.

Gibson, who previously worked for England from 2007-10 and 2015-17, said Bangladesh have a tough qualifying journey but they are confident they will beat strong teams at the world flagship event. “We know England have a very powerful formation and we know we have to be in our A game if we are to really challenge them and ultimately win the game,” said Gibson.

“I spoke to our bowlers and our beaters… The message is don’t panic, understand that you are going to be hit. You can play a good ball and get hit because that’s their mentality, but they’ll get you. also give opportunities to take wickets. “We have to try to execute our skills plans. And when these opportunities arise, we must seize those opportunities. ”

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