India-Bangladesh ODI reduced to 41 overs per side

Mirpur (Bangladesh), June 17 (IANS): The second One-Day International (ODI) match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium here Tuesday between India and Bangladesh was reduced to a 41-over affair after rains curtailed match time.

The match will have a 30-minute innings break. The mandatory powerplay will be eight overs long and the batting powerplay will last four overs. One bowler can bowl nine overs while the other four can bowl eight each.

Earlier, rain halted the match when the visitors were batting at 14/1 in 5.2 overs. Opener Robin Uthappa and Cheteshwar Pujara were unbeaten on 6 and 3, respectively, when play was stopped.

Ajinkya Rahane fell for a duck on the second ball of the innings when he was trapped leg before wicket by Mashrafe Mortaza.

India lead the three match series 1-0.


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