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Bangladesh has entered the field, how long will the game be played in any session?

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After about a day and a half, Mirpur Test finally saw the battle of bat and ball. Yesterday the second day rained, today the third day finally started from 12 noon, the third day of the second test between Bangladesh and New Zealand.

The game has already started, but how long will any session last under the changing conditions? No more lunch breaks. Both teams have lunch. According to BCB, the tea break will be at 2:10 p.m., the third and last session will be played from 2:30 p.m. to 5:15 p.m.

New Zealand are 85 for 5 at the time of writing this report. Glenn Phillips was unbeaten on 31 and Darryl Mitchell on 16.

The game was scheduled to start 15 minutes earlier this morning, i.e. at 9:15 a.m., as the game was canceled yesterday. But the outfield remained wet even after the rain stopped in the morning. After observing the field at 11 am, the umpires said that the game will start at 12 pm.

After the first day of the Mirpur Test, the thought naturally came to mind, will the match be played on the third day? It is not unreasonable to come to such a question. After winning the toss and batting first, Bangladesh were all out for only 172 runs. But that run is like a mountain in front of New Zealand. Batting, the visitors lost 5 wickets for 55 runs.

Both teams lost 15 wickets on the first day due to the spinners. It goes without saying that a few more wickets would have fallen had the match not finished ahead of schedule due to low light. The way the spinners have shown their power in the spin paradise Mirpur, the question arises about the future of this test – will the match be played on the third day?

On the third day, the match was uneventful, but the contribution was not due to the batsmen-bowlers, but the rain.



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