Live Football – Barcelona Vs Vissel Kobe Live – Club Friendlies Live Match Today

Live Football – Barcelona Vs Vissel Kobe Live – Club Friendlies Live Match Today

Vissel Kobe vs Barcelona
International- Club Friendlies
Date: Saturday, 27 July 2019
Kick-off at 10:00 UK / 11:00 CET
Venue: Misaki Park Stadium

Barcelona enter what will be just their second preseason match here. They lost their opener to Chelsea 2-1, though they didn’t play that poorly. It’s still early days yet, but you can tell there is substantial upon Valverde in charge as he seeks to forge a path forward for them to attack from. He has shown he can navigate La Liga, but if he can’t bring them European glory, he’ll likely get the sack sooner than later.
Vissel Kobe enter this match having had a torrid time in the J1 League. They are way down in 15th position and have won just six of their 20 outings so far in the division. Their points total is 21, meaning they are barely getting one per game, a fact that has seen them put into jeopardy of being relegated if they don’t turn it around soon. This is a chance to forget that for a moment and possibly carve off some form moving ahead.
Ernesto Valverde remains with two of his central attackers in Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez as each recovers from the Copa America in the summer. Rumors of Neymar arriving persist, but there is still no concrete proof of that.

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live International Champions Cup 27 July 2019

Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid Live International Champions Cup 27 July 2019

Real Madrid vs Atl├ętico Madrid live streaming: Match preview

Local rivals meet in United States and you expect the location will not harm the aggressive nature of this derby.
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid are expected to draw a big crowd to MetLife Stadium as the Gareth Bale saga runs on.
Los Blancos come into this match off the back of a penalty shoot-out win over Arsenal with Bale on target in the match. (But, not in the shoot-out.)
Atletico Madrid are working out life without Antoine Griezmann and a whole host of key men.
Diego Simeone is looking to tweak the Atletico style and it will be intriguing to see how they get on against Real Madrid.

Live Cricket: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI Live 26th July 2019 Today Match

Live Cricket: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 1st ODI Live 26th July 2019 Today Match

Date: July 26, 2019
Match: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh, 1st ODI
Venue: R.Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Time: 09:00 AM GMT, 02:30 PM LOCAL

TV Guide: Sony Six and Sony Six HD to broadcast live coverage of Bangladesh v Sri Lanka three-match One-Day International (ODI) series in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, and Bhutan) countries; all matches streamed live in the Indian subcontinent on SonyLIV digital platform (Website, App).
  • Sony Pictures Network: Sony Six, Sony Six HD (Live),Sony ESPN, Sony ESPN HD (Highlights)
Cricket fans in Bangladesh can watch matches live broadcast on Gazi TV (GTV). Gazi Television which is officially known as GTV is a Bengali language digital cable television. All the three matches of Sri Lanka v Bangladesh ODI series will be telecast on BTV, Maasranga TV and Gazi TV.
SuperSport to telecast live coverage of Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh three-match one-day series in South Africa; all matches live streamed on the SuperSport digital platform (Website, App). OSN Sports Cricket HD have TV rights to provide live coverage of matches in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Countries.
India: Sony Six, Sony Six HD
Bangladesh: Gazi TV (GTV), BTV, Maasranga TV
South Africa: SuperSport
Sri Lanka v Bangladesh 1st ODI Live Cricket Score, SL vs BAN, 2019
Bangladesh ODI Squad: Tamim Iqbal (c), Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Anamul Haque, Sabbir Rahman, Mosaddek Hossain, Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed, Rubel Hossain, Taijul Islam, Shafiul Islam, Farhad Reza
Sri Lanka ODI Squad: Dimuth Karunaratne (c), Kusal Perera (wk), Avishka Fernando, Kusal Mendis, Angelo Mathews, Lahiru Thirimanne, Thisara Perera, Shehan Jayasuriya, Nuwan Pradeep, Dhananjaya de Silva, Lasith Malinga, Wanidu Hasaranga, Akila Dananjaya, Isuru Udana, Kasun Rajitha, Lahiru Kumara

Manchester United vs Tottenham Live Football – MNU vs TOT Live, International Champions Cup 2019 today Match

Manchester United vs Tottenham Live Football – MNU vs TOT Live, International Champions Cup 2019 today Match

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United LIVE: International Champions 2019 semi-final stream, commentary, TV, lineups, score prediction. Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur face off today with a place in the International Champions at Shanghai.
Match: Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur
Event: 2019 International Champions Cup
Venue: Hongkou Stadium (Shanghai)
Time: 11:30 GMT
Date: 25th July 2019
LIVE CHANNELS: DAZN Deutsch, Eleven Sports (Bel), Match! Futbol, Match TV, MUTV, Nova Sports (Hel), Polsat Sport Extra, Polsat Sport Premium 1, Sport 1 (Ger), Sport Italia, SportKlub (BiH), SportKlub (Cro), SportKlub (Mac), SportKlub (Mon), SportKlub (Ser), SportKlub (Slo), Sport TV (Por), TRT Spor, TV2 Sport Premium
MAN UNITED XI: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Tuanzebe, Lindelof, Shaw, Matic, Pogba, James, Lingard, Martial, Rashford
Tottenham XI: Lloris; Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Winks, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dele, Son, Kane.

New Zealand vs England, Final Today LIVE Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

New Zealand vs England, Final Today LIVE Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Date: July 14, 2019
Match: New Zealand vs England, Final
Venue: Lord’s, London
Time: 09:30 AM GMT, 10:30 AM LOCAL, 03:00 PM IST

New Zealand vs England, Final Today LIVE Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
New Zealand vs England, Final Today LIVE Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

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SuperSport to telecast live coverage of Cricket World Cup 2019 in South Africa; all matches live streamed on the SuperSport digital platform (Website, App). OSN Sports Cricket HD have TV rights to provide live coverage of games in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Countries. YuppTV, the world’s largest Over-The-Top (OTT) provider for South Asian content has secured the digital media rights for 2019 Cricket World Cup. YuppTV to live stream entire tournament in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Continental Europe, South America and South East Asia.
Cricket fans in Bangladesh can watch matches live broadcast on Gazi TV (GTV), Maasranga and BTV National. Gazi Television which is officially known as GTV is a Bengali language digital cable television. DD National (DD1) or DD Sports to broadcast Word Cup 2019 live coverage in India, on India cricket team matches. DD National channel is the largest terrestrial network in the world covering about 92% population and 81% land area of the country. PTV Sports and Ten Sports are the official broadcasters in Pakistan for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, PTV Sports own exclusive telecast rights for the all matches played in this tournament; they also acquired OTT (Audio, Video, and other media services via the internet) right; All matches streamed live on SonyLiv digital platform (Website, App).
In Sri Lanka, Cricket World Cup 2019 will be telecasted via Channel Eye of Sri Lanka Rupavahini Corporation (SLRC). ESPN Caribbean have Television and Digital rights to deliver ball by ball coverage of matches in most Caribbean countries. Fox Network Group will provide the live feed of games for China’s audience. Star Cricket is the official TV and Digital partner for the ICC tournament in Hong Kong, Singapore, Brunei & Malaysia.
Star Sports: Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 2, Star Sports 2 HD, Star Sports 1 Hindi, Star Sports 1 HD Hindi, Star Sports SELECT 1, Star Sports SELECT 1 HD, Star Sports 1 Tamil, Star Sports 1 Bangla, Star Sports 1 Marathi on Asianet Plus SD (For 9 India + Semis + Final), Star Sports Select 1, Star Sports Select 1 HD
India: Star Sports, DD Sports, DD National (DD1)
Australia: Fox Sports
UK: Sky Sports Cricket
USA: Willow TV, Willow Xtra
South Africa: SuperSport
New Zealand: Sky Sport NZ, Prime TV
MENA: OSN Sports Cricket HD
Canada: Willow TV
Bangladesh: Gazi TV, Maasranga & BTV
Sri Lanka: SLRC (Channel Eye)
Caribbean: ESPN Caribbean
Afghanistan: Radio Television Afghanistan (ANTV, RTA)
Pakistan: PTV Sports, Ten Sports
Hong Kong: Star Cricket
Brunei & Malaysia: Star Cricket
Singapore: Star Cricket
South Pacific: TVWAN, TVWAN Action
China, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, South Korea: Fox Sports, Star Sports (through Fox Network)
Live Streaming: Hotstar, JIO TV, Airtel TV, Vodafone TV, Sun Direct TV, SonyLiv, Rabbithole App, Fan Pass, Sky Go, Play Go, Foxtel GO, Foxtel Now, Kayo Sports, 9GEM (select matches), SuperSport Live, Yupp TV, Now TV, ESPN Play, Willow TV Online, OSN Play and Wavo

England Squad:

Eoin Morgan (c), Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Tom Curran, Mark Wood, James Vince, Liam Dawson

New Zealand Squad:

Kane Williamson (c), Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (wk), James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Henry Nicholls, Tom Blundell

Australia vs England, ICC CWC 2nd Semi-Final Live Match Cricket Score 2019

Australia vs England, ICC CWC 2nd Semi-Final Live Match Cricket Score 2019
Australia vs England, ICC CWC 2nd Semi-Final Live Match Cricket Score 2019
Australia vs England, ICC CWC 2nd Semi-Final Live Match Cricket Score 2019
England turned it on against India and New Zealand to secure a third spot here at Edgbaston where they are unbeaten in their last 10 matches in all forms. Australia stuttered, losing to South Africa and, as a result, having to shift from a comfy Manchester base. On the way, injuries: Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh are out. Marcus Stoinis is touch-and-go. Matthew Wade and Peter Handscomb are officially part of the touring party. Mitchell Marsh a "traveller" as Morgan put it.

There is a possibility that these changes, maybe even two for the defending champions' XI on Thursday could discomfort them. But when have Australia ever been uncomfortable at a World Cup? You have to go back to 2011 for their most unsuccessful campaign and then 1996 before that. You could pull a grim one out of a hat for England. Of course, the aim is to change that.

Head-to-head records don't tend to matter at the business ends of competitions like these, which is annoying for the hosts because they've had the best of the recent exchanges coming into 2019. For what it's worth, Australia have not won an ODI here since 1993 and their last Test victory was back in 2001.

The crowd will be predominantly English of course, something only under threat if India had not won the group. With that will come a raucous Hollies stand which Finch and his counterparts have consistently been on the wrong end of. But the expectation is still with England and a side that represent the best hope England have ever had of winning a World Cup. No one holds fear quite like English fans and no one has been better of eliciting that fear than Australians. And certainly to Morgan, Starc and Cummins will be polishing their bouncers this night ready to let them loose on the figurehead.

So here we are, on the cusp of another slobber-knocker. Expectation against history against expectation. Promise against pedigree. An empty cabinet against five-full. England against Australia.

When: July 11, 2019, 09:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM LOCAL

Where: Edgbaston, Birmingham

What to expect: The pitch is fresh, almost dead-centre. The outfield freshly mowed and light under the toes. New Zealand-India was the low-scoring thriller and expect this match to be the fast-scoring semi. The pitch has been able to breathe over the last few days and been carefully manicured by the local ground staff, under the watchful eye of the ICC. "It looks like a good wicket," said Finch. What grass was on it on Wednesday morning was expected to be shaved. Nevertheless, Edgbaston does good cricket wickets. The toss, though still a big deal, may not be as brutal a factor come Thursday.

Team News


A clean bill of health. Jason Roy had a light training session. Jofra Archer kicked a football about. People who needed a hit got one. Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett bowled with pace in the middle. There was a healthy spot of range-hitting, too. They're ready.

Probable XI: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Jofra Archer, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid


Justin Langer made the intriguing move of confirming Peter Handscomb will "definitely play", just as it looked like he was going to play it cute. That will see him as a direct replacement for Khawaja. There is also a suggestion Wade could get a go, perhaps at number three, at the expense of Glenn Maxwell, who has not fired with the bat. Finch backed his mate and spoke of him in glowing terms, particular his value with ball and in the field. It seems there may be further discussions into the evening around that particular selection. But otherwise, lefties and all, they are set.

Probable XI: Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steve Smith, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Jason Behrendorff, Natham Lyon

What they said:

"The support we have had throughout the tournament has been unbelievable and certainly something I have never experienced in my life. The amount of good faith and goodwill going around is fantastic, so we sense the support that's with us, but also the opportunity as well." - Eoin Morgan on a nation being England

"World Cups are very special. They bring out the best in the best players, so I think that's why Australia have had a very rich history in World Cups. I mean, winning four of the last five, it's been a great achievement." - Aaron Finch lays out the medals ahead of a go to make it five of the last six
Australia (From): David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Steven Smith, Peter Handscomb, Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell, Alex Carey(w), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Jason Behrendorff, Nathan Lyon, Kane Richardson, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Matthew Wade, Adam Zampa
England (From): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Mark Wood, Tom Curran, James Vince, Moeen Ali, Liam Dawson

India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final (1 v 4) ICC Cricket World Cup Live Score 9 July 2019

India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final (1 v 4) ICC Cricket World Cup Live Score 9 July 2019

Date: July 09, 2019
Match: India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
Time: 09:30 AM GMT, 10:30 AM LOCAL, 03:00 PM IST

India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final (1 v 4) ICC Cricket World Cup Live Score 9 July 2019
India vs New Zealand, 1st Semi-Final (1 v 4) ICC Cricket World Cup Live Score 9 July 2019
Amidst all the bluster, though, Kohli has quietly married passion and process. He now captains a side that is not fazed by the big-game atmosphere - they are in their seventh semifinal in the last eight ICC tournaments. Over a 50-over contest, it is only the little disciplines that India work on while the rest of the hi-spec parts of their machine - the Rohits, the Bumrahs, the Pandyas - keep purring in repetitive action. Among the few things that can truly claim to have ruffled their feathers in ODI cricket over the last two years are left-arm seamers and the occasionally spicy conditions that stand out as exceptions to the norm.

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Therefore, it is to Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson and the forecasted grey skies that an expectant Williamson will turn to at Old Trafford as he bids to replicate that warm-up win in a game of *slightly* greater significance, one that could see his own captaincy legacy emerge out of the large Brendon McCullum shadow from four years ago. Because if New Zealand can somehow polish off India's cream at the top, they'll know that the middle can be a bit squishy.

New Zealand, understated as they might be, have bigger problems, not least their run of three consecutive defeats heading into this clash. In five of the eight completed league games, Williamson has come out to bat inside the third over, red-lining the team's opening crisis. When the ace No.3 does walk out on Tuesday, expect his opposite number to throw in a spinner at him. Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav and even Kedar Jadhav have accounted for the New Zealand skipper two times each in ODI cricket at less than a run a ball.

Quite apart from tactics and strategy, these games, as Kohli often reiterates, are about handling the pressure and the occasion. There are stalwarts from both sides - MS Dhoni and Ross Taylor - who may be playing their last World Cup, so that allure of the Lord's final will be that much more stronger.

When: India vs New Zealand, 1st Semifinal, CWC19, 10:30 Local, 15:00 IST

Where: Old Trafford, Manchester

What to expect: A partly cloudy day in Manchester with a very slight chance of rain. In the unlikely event of weather forcing no result on the match day, the game will recommence the following day (reserve day) from where it was stopped. The result of the toss, too, will be taken forward even if not a single ball is bowled on the scheduled day. Old Trafford has hosted five matches in the league stages, with four of them seeing scores in excess of 290.

The run-in to the knockouts saw pitches progressively playing slower and favouring teams batting first. But the semis, set to be played on fresh centre wickets, should offset the toss advantage somewhat. On the eve of the game, the centre wicket had a caramel tinge to it and should generally hold well for batting.

Team News:

India: Bhuvneshwar Kumar's injury midway through the tournament forced India to ponder their batting depth. A 7-11 of Kuldeep, Shami, Chahal and Bumrah with the middle-order uncertainties they already had was worrisome. So they abandoned one of the wrist spinners for extra batting cushion. It is a formula that's left them playing with exactly five bowlers. Dinesh Karthik's lengthy net session would indicate he stays at No.7. India will be tempted to reunite the wristies given the pair's success in New Zealand early this year. If not they'll have to pick one and pair him with Jadeja coming in at No.8. It's a tricky call with merits on each side.

Probable XI: Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), Rishabh Pant, MS Dhoni (wk), Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik, Ravindra Jadeja/Kuldeep Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar/Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand:The scourge of the opening combination has not left Williamson. Scores of 0 and 8 from two innings for Henry Nicholls has meant New Zealand now have three under-performing openers from which they have to pick two. Nicholls could keep his place given India, and particularly Bumrah, appears to has worked out Colin Munro. However, New Zealand aren't too far from a more dramatic re-jig either - which could see Tom Latham move up to the top and Nicholls to the middle, which the latter prefers. Lockie Ferguson, meanwhile, will return to the XI after being rested against England as a precautionary measure over his tight hamstrings.

Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls/Colin Munro, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (wk), James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult

Did you know?

- New Zealand have won just one of their seven World Cup semifinals. India have a slightly better 3-3 record from their six trips to the final four.

- Since the last World Cup, Rohit Sharma has batted at a PowerPlay strike-rate of 74.04. Post Shikhar Dhawan's injury in this edition, he's upped his scoring to 95.77

- Trent Boult has taken more wickets against India in ODIs than any other bowler since the last World Cup: 22 wickets from 12 games at 24.9.

What they said:

"I have understood that roles can vary a lot in one-day cricket, depending on the time you step into bat, and I have been very happy with holding one end and letting guys express themselves striking at 150, 160 or 200 [and] if the team needs, I can accelerate in the end." - Virat Kohli believes him not scoring 100s in the World Cup so far is down to a subtle change in his batting role.

"I think our bowlers have been brilliant throughout this whole campaign. By and large, they've adapted to conditions outstandingly well. I've seen conditions change from first innings to the second innings that's been quite considerable. How the guys operate at the start of the innings and moving into the second half of the bowling innings has been quite different." - Kane Williamsonbelieves the varied conditions on offer at the World Cup have posed as many challenges to the bowlers as to the batsmen
India (From): Lokesh Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli(c), Rishabh Pant, MS Dhoni(w), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Kuldeep Yadav, Dinesh Karthik, Kedar Jadhav, Mayank Agarwal
New Zealand (From): Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson(c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham(w), James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Matt Henry, Trent Boult, Tom Blundell, Lockie Ferguson, Colin Munro, Ish Sodhi

ICC CWC 2019 Today Live Match PAK vs BAN 43th ODI

ICC CWC 2019 Today Live Match PAK vs BAN 43th ODI

ICC CWC 2019 Today Live Match PAK vs BAN 43th ODI
ICC CWC 2019 Today Live Match PAK vs BAN 43th ODI
Bangladesh too are out after their defeat to India on Wednesday put an end to their chances, so in effect, this game is a dead-rubber. Both of these sides have had their moments over the past five weeks but neither have been quite consistent enough to get a top-four spot. Pakistan will rue their opening game thrashing by West Indies which put a huge dent in their net run-rate. If they had been able to compete in that match, they would still have a realistic shot at the knock-out stages. Bangladesh will look back on their match against New Zealand as one that got away.

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Both teams will want to end on a high. Bangladesh, who have never played an ODI at Lord's before, have only ever won three games in a single World Cup so to make it four this time around will be further evidence of their progress and a reminder that they deserve to be taken far more seriously as a cricketing force than what is the case now. A victory for Pakistan would give them the same number of wins as New Zealand and a moral victory of being the best runners-up. Not much consolation but better than nothing.

The two teams have not seen much of each other of late. They have only played four times since the last World Cup and Bangladesh have won all of those matches, including their last meeting in the 2018 Asia Cup. Overall, however, Pakistan have won 31 of the 36 meetings between them, with their only other loss to Bangladesh coming way back in 1999.

Although the game lacks much context in terms of qualification, it will have plenty for a number of players who will be playing their last World Cup game. Mashrafe Mortaza of Bangladesh, and Pakistani's Shoaib Malik and Mohammad Hafeez will certainly not be around in four years' time. All three have been fine servants to their countries and despite suffering a difficult time in this tournament, they deserve to a fitting send-off. And what better place to play your last World Cup match than at the Home of Cricket.

When: Friday, July 5, 2019, 10.30am Local Time, 3:00 PM IST

Where: Lord's, London.

What to expect: The rain that once threatened to ruin this tournament is long gone. Sun and temperatures in the late 20s are expected for this match, a continuation of the good weather of recent days. The pitch should be hard and dry as a result, which will likely mean a decent day out for the batsmen. There might be some spin on offer too.

Team News


Head coach Steve Rhodes said Bangladesh would not be rotating for the sake of rotation, so a full-strength team is expected. Mushfiqur Rahim suffered a blow to the elbow in the nets on Thursday but should be fit for the game. Mehidy Hasan, left out against India, could return given the dry weather. If that happens, Rubel Hossain would probably be preferred to Mohammad Saifuddin after performing better of the two against Virat Kohli's men. Mahmudullah, who missed the game against India with a calf injury, could return too.

Possible XI: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Liton Das, , Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mehidy Hasan, Mushrafe Mortaza, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman


Given Pakistan still have a chance of qualification, no matter how remote, they will be reluctant to rotate their squad and may name an unchanged side from their victory over Afghanistan last weekend. If they do move things about, 18 year-old quick Mohammad Hasnain could get a run and Shoaib Malik could be included for a World Cup farewell.

Possible XI: Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfraz Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Wahab Riaz, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Amir

What they said:

"We're interested in finishing on a high note. So we will try our best in tomorrow's match." - Sarfaraz Ahmed is after a winning end to Pakistan's topsy-turvy campaign.

"Bangladesh versus Pakistan at Lord's, the beautiful Lord's, there's no such thing as a dead rubber. Both teams desperate to beat each other. We certainly are." - Bangladesh head coach Steve Rhodes isn't a fan of the concept of dead rubbers.

Pakistan (From): Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Haris Sohail, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir, Shaheen Afridi, Shoaib Malik, Hasan Ali, Asif Ali, Mohammad Hasnain
Bangladesh (From): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Liton Das, Mosaddek Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan, Mohammad Mithun, Abu Jayed