Bangladesh confirmed the Super Six of the U-19 World Cup held in South Africa by defeating the United States by a big margin. After a 121-run victory in their last match in the group stage of the Youth World Cup, Shibli-Rabbis went from second position to Super Six.
It is not yet confirmed who Bangladesh will get as opponent in Super Six. After the ‘D’ group match yesterday, Bangladesh’s wait is over.
Bangladesh got Pakistan and Nepal as opponents in Super Six. As per the Youth World Cup playing conditions, Group ‘A’ teams will be pitted against Group ‘D’ teams in the Super Sixes. But they will not be able to play against other group teams in the group stage.
Yesterday, in the last match of ‘D’ group, Pakistan defeated New Zealand by 10 wickets and won 6 points. As per the Youth World Cup schedule, the second placed team from Group ‘A’ will face the first and third placed team from Group ‘D’ in the Super Sixes. In ‘D’ group, Nepal secured the Super Six by finishing third in the only win after making Afghanistan cry.
As per the rules of the Youth World Cup, Bangladesh being the second team in Group ‘A’, they have Pakistan and Nepal as their opponents. In Group ‘A’, India are at the top with 4 points with one match remaining. Today, India will take the field in the last match of the group stage against USA.
In the Super Six, Bangladesh will face Nepal in their first match in Bloemfontein on January 31. Then in the last match in Benoni on February 3 opponent Pakistan.
There will be two groups of 12 teams in Super Six. Where the top two teams from each group will go to the semi-finals. Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, India, Ireland, New Zealand in Group One.