Bangladesh is on the verge of a series defeat, as they face Afghanistan in the second T20I in Dehradun on June 5, 2018. The three-T20 series is been played at Afghanistan's adopted home ground and they are leading it by 1-0. Bangladesh had lost the first match by 45 runs, and another defeat will handover the series to the Afghan side.

Final scorecard: Afghanistan win by 6 wickets.

Afghanistan 135/4 in 18.5 overs

Bangladesh 134/8

The toss will take place at 7: 30 PM IST.

Shakib wins the toss again and Bangladesh will bat first.

Two changes for them: Hasan, Jayed out. Soumya comes in. Afghanistan unchanged.

Team updates:

Both the teams might just go into this game unchanged. Afghanistan would hope the heroes from match one to step up again, while Bangladesh would be looking for some comeback after the heavy loss in the first game. Afghanistan ticked all boxes while heir batsmen scored runs and bowlers picked up wickets. If Afghanistan manages to win this match, it will be the first time they will be defeating Bangladesh in a series.

Highlights of the 2nd T20

Pitch and weather:

The weather in Dehradun in the build-up towards the game has been really nice.

There hasn't been any rain, nor has it is been difficult for the players to practice.The temperatures will be high in the afternoon, but it will ease up during the evening.

And as far as the Pitch is concerned, there isn't a lot to worry for both the sides. Both Afghanistan and Bangladesh have quality spinners, and the wicket in Dehradun will help the spinners very well.

It will be on the slower side, but will still be good enough for a 160 odd runs game.

Telecast details:

in Bangladesh, the TV rights to broadcast the game are with GTV and Channel i.

In the United States, OSN will broadcast the match live while Sky Sports Cricket will show live coverage in the UK.

The online streaming of this match will be available on starting 7:30 PM IST onwards.

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