The movement in international cricket has slowed down because of the Indian Premier League, but Ireland's tour to Bangladesh will be coming to an end as both teams are left to play one last fixture in the Test format. Bangladesh vs Ireland One-off Test will be starting on 4th April at the home ground of Bangladesh Sher-E-Bangla stadium.
Bangladesh are coming to play a one-off Test after a T20 series win but a loss in the last T20 fixture. However, the team has not shown positivity in the longest format of the game.
Ireland faced a huge disappointment during their tour to Bangladesh. The team has lost the T20 and ODI series already but now they will be hoping to end their tour on a positive note. The odds for this game are available with all the top bookmakers in India.
The hosts have come out stronger in front of the visitors in the limited-over format of the game. They have won the ODI and T20 series consecutively and it will be a huge boost for the whole team. Tamim Iqbal is making his comeback in the team with Shakib Al Hasan and Litton Das named in the squad. The team has a good bowling attack which always puts the opposition in trouble during the initial hours of the Test match.
Shakib Al Hasan and Litton Das will be available to play in the Test match.
Predicted Lineup: Shakib Al Hasan (capt), Litton Das, Tamim Iqbal, Shadman Islam, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Taijul Islam, Taskin Ahmed, Khaled Ahmed
Ireland ended up their limited-over format fixtures on a positive note by winning the last T20 fixture. The winner will be a major boost for the team which will help them to play their finest game in the Test game. Joshua Little will be absent from the team because of his contractual foundation with the IPL team. The rest of the players are available to be part of the team.
Ireland will be under the leadership of Andrew Balbirine and the squad will be missing Joshua Little.
Predicted Lineup: Andrew Balbirnie (C), Murray Cummins, James McCollum, Harry Tector, Curtis Campher, Fionn Hand, Matthew Humphreys, Peter Moor, Lorcan Tucker, Mark Adair, George Dockrell
The hosts have not come out as a strong team when it comes to the longest format of the game. However, the opposition is not a strong team and is not as experienced as the hosts in the Test format. We predict a win for Bangladesh.