Watch T20 World Cup 2016 Live Streaming
We are back with the previews of two important matches from the ICC T20 World Cup 2016 qualifiers. Asia Cup 2016 finalist Bangladesh take on Netherlands in a Group A encounter. We have another Group A match lined up which would be played between Ireland and Oman. Both the matches would be played at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharamsala. Watch T20 World Cup 2016 matches (Bangladesh vs Netherlands and Ireland vs Oman) live streaming, scores and telecast on HotStar and Star Sports HD network.
Bangladesh are high on confidence after reaching the Asia Cup finals. Even though they couldn't win it, they definitely take pride in defeating teams like Sri Lanka and Pakistan in the Asia Cup matches. Not to forget they managed to win ODI series at home against South Africa, Pakistan and India last year. They also reached the quarter finals of ICC World Cup 2015.
They are up against a strong team of Netherlands. This European team is well known of creating upsets in the ICC events. They reached the Super 10 stage beating the likes of England and Ireland in the last T20 world cup. The team is well aware that Bangladesh are clear favourites and hence they are not under any pressure.
Bangladesh vs Netherlands T20 match begins at 3pm. Ireland vs Oman T20 match begins at 7:30pm.
Ireland look favourites against Oman in the fourth match of the qualifier stage. Later they will face Bangladesh on Friday and the Netherlands on Sunday.
Chaminda Vaas has been appointed as a part of the Ireland's coaching staff. One of the most successful Sri Lankan bowlers is confidence of the Ireland's bowling unit.
Oman as a team is super glad to be a part of an International cricket competition for the first time. They may not win many but they are proud to be a part of this T20 world cup and they wish to compete well with the best teams in the competition.
Watch T20 world cup 2016 live streaming on HotStar and Star Sports in India. Sky Sports will provide live streaming and telecast in the UK.