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Who Will Win ENG vs BAN 1st ODI Today Match Prediction, Team Previews, Betting Tips Odds ICC Champions Trophy 2017, 1st June England vs Bangladesh Live Streaming, TV Channels to Watch, Time, Venue, Match details

    It's the first day of Champions Trophy 2017. And it is the only day for which all of us were eagerly waiting and all the Champion Teams of the world worked very hard. Hence, today league matches will start as of now for Champions Trophy 2017 season. Now, time to discuss about Champions Trophy 2017 1st ODI Matchwhich is already scheduled on Thursday 1st June, 2017 at Kennington Oval, London. All the league matches will be played to get top two teams from each two groups  in Champions Trophy 2017 and those top 2 teams from each group will clash for Champions Trophy 2017 Semi Finals either in 1st or 2nd.  So, here we are briefly discussing some interesting facts related to England vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Today Match in ICC Champions Trophy 2017.

    England vs Bangladesh Prediction, Betting Tips

    Our Prediction: England are favorites to win
    • England have the home advantage and they are a hard nut to crack in their own conditions. 
    • Bangladesh have beaten England in their last two ICC encounters - in Chittagong in 2011 and Adelaide in 2015. 
    • England have a very impressive recent ODI record at this ground having won 8 of their past 10 matches.

    Who will win Eng vs Ban, Champions Trophy 2017 1st match?

    • England are set to face Bangladesh in the opening fixture of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017
    • This Group A match will be played on June 1 at the Kennington Oval, London. Live action is scheduled to begin at 10:30 AM local time or 3:00 PM IST or 9:30 AM GMT.

    Champions Trophy matches have gained lots of fans. As per Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1, England will clash with Bangladesh in very first match. So this way, Champions Trophy 2017 will begin will be played b/w the England vs Bangladesh from Kennington Oval, London. Yes..You are assuming right.. It's None another than two fantastic teams England ans Bangladesh. It's the contest b/w Eng vs Bang Match 1 Champions Trophy 2017, which will be played at Kennington Oval, London on June 1, Thursday. In this blog, we will briefly provide you some interesting facts related to Champions Trophy 2017 all league matches which will be played between 8 top champions cricket teams of the world. So stay tuned and bookmark us.

    Eng vs Ban CT 2017: Where to watch/Live streaming of England Vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Match 1st June ICC Champions Trophy 2017

    • TV channels: Star Sports 1, Fox Sports, SkySports, Channel 9
    • Live Streaming: Hotstar, Bet365, Foxtel
    One can simply watch live streaming telecast of Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 online on or Hotstar application, Simply search for ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and you will get easily. Also, you watch Champions Trophy 2017 on Television Star Sports Network. One can also get CT 2017 Live Scores broadcast of Champions Trophy 2017 1st ODI on or, online easily.

      Buy Champions Trophy 2017 Eng vs Ban Match 1 tickets - England vs Bangladesh 1st ODI June 1, Tickets Booking online

      There are two simple ways to buy Champions Trophy 2017 tickets Online and Offline. One can simply Purchase Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 tickets online from official website of ICC You just need to search for Booking 'Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 Tickets' on and then you can simply Get Champions Trophy 2017 Tickets and can enjoy  Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 in Kennington Oval, London.

      One can also Book Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 tickets offline as well. You just need to go to Kennington Stadium Oval, London and there will be counter for Eng vs Ban Champions Trophy 2017 Tickets just go there and ask for 1st ODI Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 tickets and they will provide you the tickets of Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 and then you can easily catch awesome 1st Match of Champions Trophy 2017 of England and Bangladesh on 1st June at Kennington Oval, London.

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      Toss Prediction

      • Toss will be key at the Kennington Oval. Since 9 of the previous 12 one-day internationals here have been won by the side batting second, the toss-winning team is more likely to bowl first.
      •  England have won 6 of their last 7 ODIs at this ground in which they have chased. 
      • So we strongly advise placing a bet on the hosts if they bat second in this match.

      England vs Bangladesh Team News, Key Players, Recent Form, Predicted Playing 11 at Champions Trophy 2017

      England and Bangladesh will give their best to win this 1st Match of Champions Trophy 2017. Star Batsman Eoin Morgan will be leading the team England in this Champions Trophy 2017 whereas on the other side  Mashrafi Mortaza will be leading Bangladesh.

      England Team News

      • England is one of the most powerful teams in Champions Trophy 2017 because it has few of the most destructive batsmen. Eoin Morgan, Sam Billings and Joe Root are the treasure of the batting order of England. 
      • Jonny Bairstow has been scoring runs consistently in white-ball cricket but he is unlikely to replace an out-of-form Jason Roy at the top of the order for this game. 
      • England will be hoping that their key man Ben Stokes recovers fully. 
      • The allrounder was seen struggling with a knee injury in the recent South Africa series.

      Key Players

      • England skipper Eoin Morgan has returned to form, finishing as the leading run-getter in the South Africa series. 
      • He is averaging 51.25 at the Kennington Oval in ODIs and the team will want him to continue his regained form. 
      • Jason Roy has struggled of late but he has one hundred from two matches at this ground. 
      • Ben Stokes will be another vital cog in this English side with his powerful hitting, accurate bowling and brilliant fielding. 
      • Liam Plunkett has had a good series against the Proteas with the ball and he will be confident going into this Champions Trophy. 
      • While the early breakthroughs will be expected of him, England will want their frontline spinner Adil Rashid to put the brakes on Bangladesh's scoring.

      Recent Form

      • England have been very impressive in this format of the game in recent times. 
      • They have won 8 out of the 11 one-day internationals they have played since the start of 2017. 
      • Morgan's men will be heading into this Champions Trophy after winning a three-match home ODI series against South Africa 2-1.

      England Predicted Playing 11

      Eoin Morgan (c), Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali, Jos Buttler (wk), Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, David Willey, Mark Wood

      Bangladesh Team News

      • On another side also, Bangladesh is one of the good teams of the tournament, which has also got famous inform players like Mashrafi Mortaza, Shakib-Al-Hasan and Mushtafizur Rehman
      • They have got the strength of turning the game in any of the condition.
      • Fast bowler Shafiul Islam has returned from injury to the team's 15-member squad for the ICC Champions Trophy. 
      • This is the only surprise inclusion that Bangladesh have made in their side and the rest of the squad seems to be free from injuries.

      Key Players

      • Bangladesh will have their hopes pinned on Tamim Iqbal who has scored the most number of runs for the side in the 50-overs format. 
      • The opening batsman recently hit a century in a warm-up game against Pakistan and he looks set for another big knock come Thursday. 
      • Shakib Al Hasan, with his allround abilities, is another big player to watch out for. 
      • He is the second-leading run-scorer as well as the second-leading wicket-taker for Bangladesh in ODIs. 
      • Mashrafe Mortaza has taken 229 ODI wickets - the most by any Bangladeshi player - and England could find him the most challenging of all the bowlers in these conditions.

      Recent Form

      • Bangladesh have played five one-day internationals so far this year and have won three of them, including their previous two against Ireland and New Zealand respectively. 
      • The five-wicket win over the Kiwis at Dublin and a spirited performance in the warm-up game against Pakistan will give Bangladesh a lot of hope going into this tournament.

      Bangladesh Predicted Playing 11

      Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Sunzamul Islam, Mossadek Hossain, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman

      England vs Bangladesh Champions Trophy 2017 1st One Day International details with Last Five Matches (most recent first)

      • Match 1 ICC Champions Trophy 2017
      • Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1: England Vs Bangladesh
      • Timing and Date: 3:00 pm IST, (9:30 GMT), Thursday, 1st June 2017
      • Venue: Kennington Oval, London.

      Team Form in Last Five Matches (most recent first) including England vs Bangladesh Head to Head

      • England are way ahead of Bangladesh when it comes to head-to-head count with 15 wins from 19 ODIs. 
      • However, Bangladesh have beaten England three times in their last five encounters and two of these wins have come at home. 
      • The two teams have faced each other only once at the Kennington Oval with the hosts winning that match by 10 wickets.

      England: L W W W W
      Bangladesh: W W L L W

      Confirmed England vs Bangladesh Playing 11 for 1st ODI at ICC Champions Trophy 2017 


      Eoin Morgan(c)
      Moeen Ali
      Jonny Bairstow
      Sam Billings
      Jos Buttler (wk)
      Adil Rashid
      Joe Root
      Jason Roy
      Ben Stokes
      Chris Woakes
      Mark Wood


      Tamim Iqbal
      Imrul Kayes
      Mushfiqur Rahim
      Shakib Al Hasan
      Mosaddek Hossain Saikat
      Mashrafe Mortaza(c)
      Mustafizur Rahman
      Taskin Ahmed
      Sunzamul Islam
      Mehedi Hasan
      Rubel Hossain

      Champions Trophy 2017 Match 1 Prediction Ratio According to Astrology (Astrological Based):

      • England: 61% win.
      • Bangladesh: 39% win.

      England vs Bangladesh Betting Odds and Final Predictions:

      • England have the home advantage on their side and they have always been a formidable force in their own backyard. 
      • They have undergone a drastic transformation following their early exit from the 2015 World Cup and since then, they have the highest win-ratio of all the teams. 
      • The hosts are favorites to win this opening game of the ICC Champions Trophy and are well worth backing up at 1.21 with Betfair and 1.16 with Bet365
      • Bangladesh may have become a surprise package themselves in recent times, but overcoming the hosts in foreign conditions seems to be too much of an ask. 
      • The tourists therefore start as outsiders at 5.7 with betfair and 5 with bet365.

      England have won 25 out of the 42 one-day internationals they have played at the Kennington Oval till date which is quite a good record. Their recent performance here is even better having won 8 of their previous 10 matches. And beating, South Africa in the ODI series just before the start of the tournament will make them even more confident. 

      Bangladesh have suffered a huge defeat at the hands of England at this ground in the past and having lost both their warm-up games will certainly lead to some alarm bells ringing in the side. Though Bangladesh are capable of causing an upset, beating a charged up England side is going to be very tough for them. We thus predict the hosts to begin their Champions Trophy campaign off with a win.

      Final Verdict: Back England to beat Bangladesh in the Group A match of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 at 1.21 with betfair and 1.16 with bet365.

      So set your schedule ready for 1st June so that you can enjoy whole Champions Trophy 2017 1st ODI match and don't forget to bookmark us so that you can stay updated with all the latest news of Champions Trophy 2017. According to our prediction, England will be favourite to win First Match of Champions Trophy 2017.

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