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Scotland vs Bangladesh Warm UP Match

SCO vs BAN Warm-Up: Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field first

Habibul Bashar scored an unbeaten 57 in a seven-wicket win over Scotland and Bangladesh finished World Cup warmup matches 2-0 after its earlier upset over New Zealand.
Bashar won the toss and sent Scotland into bat at the 3Ws Oval on Thursday, then Abdur Razzaq took three wickets as Scotland slumped from 73 for two to finish its 50 overs at 152 for nine. Bangladesh lost quick wickets in a short pre-lunch session to seven for two. After Aftab Ahmed retired hurt on 19 with the total at 33, Saqibul Hasan (45) and Bashar combined in a 75-run for the fourth wicket, guiding the Tigers to victory with 15 overs to spare.
Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore said it was a decent, and expected, performance following the upset over New Zealand. Bangladesh takes on 2003 finalist India in its opening Group B match at Trinidad on March 17.
Scotland, with losses against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh this week, faces two-time defending champion Australia in its opening Group A match at St. Kitts on March 14. Scotland captain Craig Wright said he was disappointed with his lineup's batting in both warmup matches. Earlier Scotland faltered badly against Bangladesh spin and mustered only 152 for nine in their World Cup warm-up match at Barbados.
An encouraging start saw Scotland move to 73 for two after 23 overs - but little went right for them thereafter, as Abdur Razzak (three for 24) and his fellow slow left-armers Mohammad Rafique and Saqibul Hasan put the squeeze on.
Pre-Match Report: Buoyed by a stunning two-wicket victory over New Zealand, Bangladesh will be confident of finishing their World Cup preparations undefeated when they face Scotland in a warm-up match on Thursday.
The sub-continent team beat the Kiwis thanks to a stunning all round display by tail-ender Mashrafe Mortaza, who took four wickets before plundering three sixes in a whirlwind 30 from 14 balls to overhaul New Zealands total of 226. Along with Bangladesh, Zimbabwe will be the only other recognised team in action on Thursday as the six minor nations in the tournament temporarily take centre stage.
World Cup warm-up, Barbados Bangladesh 156-3 beat Scotland 152-9 by 7 wickets

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Scotland vs Bangladesh, Warm UP Match, Scorecard

Bangladesh won the toss and decided to field
152 for 9 (50.0 overs)
156 for 3 (34.1 overs)

Scotland Innings
R M Haq run out
15 0 0
D F Watts lbw b Abdur Razzak
0 1 0
N S Poonia c Saqibul Hasan b Tapash Baisya
34 5 0
R R Watson c Aftab Ahmed b Abdur Razzak
0 0 0
G M Hamilton
b Abdur Razzak
0 0 0
N F I McCallum c Tapash Baisya b Mashrafe Mortaza
0 0 0
D R Brown
b Mohammad Rafique
0 0 0
C J O Smith c Mushfiqur Rahim b Saqibul Hasan
0 0 0
C M Wright lbw b Mohammad Rafique
0 0 0
J A R Blain not out
0 0 0
P J C Hoffmann not out
0 0 0
7w 3b 4lb 14
for 9 152 (50.0 ovs)

Mashrafe Mortaza 10.0 0 35 1
Syed Rasel 5.0 0 20 0
Tapash Baisya 5.0 0 24 1
Abdur Razzak 10.0 0 25 3
Mohammad Rafique 10.0 3 16 2
Saqibul Hasan 10.0 2 25 1
Fall of wicket
12 R M Haq
58 N S Poonia
73 R R Watson
82 D F Watts
89 G M Hamilton
96 D R Brown
112 C J O Smith
122 N F I McCallum
130 C M Wright

Bangladesh Innings
Tamim Iqbal c G M Hamilton b J A R Blain
17 1 0
Shahriar Nafees c G A Rogers b P J C Hoffmann
4 0 0
Aftab Ahmed retd hurt
26 2 0
Saqibul Hasan c N F I McCallum b D R Brown
55 6 0
Habibul Bashar not out
87 6 0
Mohammad Ashraful not out
20 5 0
2nb 1w 2lb 5
for 3 156 (34.1 ovs)

P J C Hoffmann 6.0 1 19 1
J A R Blain 6.0 0 33 1
G A Rogers 5.1 0 30 0
C M Wright 5.0 1 14 0
R M Haq 4.0 1 14 0
R T Lyons 4.0 0 25 0
D R Brown 4.0 1 19 1
Fall of wicket
7 Shahriar Nafees
7 Tamim Iqbal
108 Saqibul Hasan

Umpires: S J A Taufel, M R Benson
Bangladesh: Habibul Bashar, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shahriar Nafees, Tamim Iqbal, Aftab Ahmed, Saqibul Hasan, Mohammad Ashraful, Mohammad Rafique, Mashrafe Mortaza, Javed Omar, Syed Rasel, Tapash Baisya (sub), Abdur Razzak
Scotland: C M Wright, D F Watts, R M Haq, N S Poonia, R R Watson, G M Hamilton, N F I McCallum, D R Brown, C J O Smith, J A R Blain, G A Rogers, P J C Hoffmann (sub), R T Lyons

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.