Where and How to Watch Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI Live Streaming, BAN vs ZIM 2021
Star Sports telecast the 3rd and the final ODI between BAN vs ZIM 2021 Live Streaming in India and its subcontinent. SonyLiv and Sports Flick are the official media partners and will broadcast the live coverage of Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI 2021.
Fox Sports and Sky Sports broadcast the match live in Australia and New Zealand respectively. Willow TV and BT Sports are the official TV channels and will telecast the BAN vs ZIM 3rd ODI 2021 live in the USA and UK.
Bangladesh won the one-day international series by defeating Zimbabwe in the second ODI at Harare sports club. Bangladesh is aiming for a clean sweep of Zimbabwe in the one-day international series. Zimbabwe’s third and final One-Day International match against Bangladesh is scheduled to begin on 20 July 2021 at Harare Sports Club.
Free Sports and Sports Flick TV will broadcast live coverage of Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe’s third and final One-Day International match of the series in 2021. Whereas Rabbiteholebd and the Zimbabwe Cricket Board are the match’s official television broadcasters on YouTube. The two teams will coin toss at 12:00 PM, and the match will begin at 12:30 PM.
BAN vs ZIM Match Details
- Match: ZIM vs BAN, 3rd ODI,
- Event: Bangladesh tour of Zimbabwe, 2021
- Date: 20 July 2021 – Tuesday
- Match Time: 12:30 PM PST / 01:00 PM IST / 01:30 PM BDT
- Venue: Harare Sports Club, Harare
Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe ODI Live Telecast TV Channels, ZIM vs BAN 2021
Bangladesh: Gazi TV
India: Star Sports
Australia: Fox Sports
New Zealand: Sky Sports
Zimbabwe: Sports Flick
USA: Willow TV
UK: Free Sports
Click Below to Watch Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh 2021 ODI Live Streaming
The series has already been confirmed by winning the first two matches. However, today (July 20) the third and final ODI match against Zimbabwe is important for Bangladesh in many ways. As part of the World Cup Super League, the 10 points earned from this match will be something great.
Bangladesh now has 60 points in 11 matches of the World Cup Super League. Only England are above the Tigers, their points are 95 in 15 matches. If Bangladesh wins against Zimbabwe today, the gap will be narrowed with England and the rest of the team at the bottom.
If they can beat the hosts today, the Tigers will add feathers to the crown of another achievement. After Kenya and West Indies, Bangladesh will be able to give a taste of whitewash to any third team on foreign soil. The last time Bangladesh whitewashed the West Indies was in 2009. The rest is a whitewash in Kenya, in 2006.
The Tigers are also looking forward to their 50th win against Zimbabwe. The match will be played at Harare Sports Club ground at 1.30 pm Bangladesh time. Playing with the same XI in the first two matches, Bangladesh can bring a change. Instead of Mosaddek Hossain Saikat or Mohammad Mithun, Nurul Hasan Sohan can be seen in the national team jersey after 2016.
Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman is also likely to be in the XI after recovering from injury. In that case, Shariful Islam, who bowled the best in his career (4 for 48) in the second ODI, may have to leave room for him. Or Taskin Ahmed may be left out of the XI to rest.
Naeem Sheikh may also get a chance to replace Liton in the opening with Tamim. Liton can go to the middle order. Mehdi Hasan Miraj, who got a finger injury in the previous match, can also miss this match.
Zimbabwe, on the other hand, to ensure the series with 1 match in hand. However, the Tiger cricketers are not thinking of finishing their work in this too. Captain Tamim Iqbal is also playing with the risk of knee injury in the World Cup Super League. The rest are squeezing everything.
Teams and Squads
Zimbabwe 3rd ODI Squad:
Brendan Taylor (Captain), Tinashe Kumunhukamwe, Tadiwanashe Marumani, Wesley Madhevere, Sikandar Raza, Ryan Burl, Regis Chakabva (Wicket Keeper), Wellington Masakadza, Blessing Muzarabani, Donald Tiripano, Richard Ngarava.
Bangladesh 3rd ODI Squad:
Tamim Iqbal (Captain), Liton Das (Wicket Keeper), Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman.