After suffering a close defeat against Bangladesh, Zimbabwe will take on Afghanistan in the second match of the T20I tri-series on Saturday, September 14, 2019.

The match will be hosted at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka at 6:30 PM BST, 12:30 PM GMT. Bangladesh won the opening match of the tournament by three wickets in a run chase which went till the last two balls.

AFG vs ZIM Bangladesh T20I tri-series 2019 broadcast

Gazi TV (GTV), BTV and Maasranga TV will jointly telecast the matches of this tri-series in Bangladesh. Rabbitholebd will provide online streaming of the matches via its app and website in Bangladesh.

Hotstar will Live stream the matches on the app and the website for the premium users in the Indian subcontinent. Star Sports will broadcast the match in India.

Read: GTV live cricket streaming Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 1st T20 at

Zimbabwe plans to recover from the opening hurdle

Even after the loss by Bangladesh in the series, Zimbabwe may not want to bring any changes to their side. Zimbabwe will know that they still had ample opportunities to turn it into a win. Bowling unit is expected to be the same while batting has all the experience it needs. Zimbabwe Cricket is going through a tough time, and it's important they regather themselves as quickly as possible.

Rashid starts a new journey with an eye on the T20 World Cup

Afghanistan will be led by their new skipper Rashid Khan.

The visitors will be pumped after their maiden Test win against Bangladesh recently in the country. After a lot of debate regarding the wicket-keeper Mohammad Shahzad, Afghanistan has picked up Shafiqullah Shafiq and Rashmanullah Gurbaz for the role.

Thre are a few names in the squad while the experienced players like Mohammad Nabi, Asghar Afghan and Najibullah Zadran all have maintained their place in the squad.

Considering how the pitch turned out in the opening match between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe, we can expect a bit of dogginess to the surface. The moisture due to the rain could make the pitch slow, which would benefit Afghanistan largely.