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The outcome of this match will have no bearing on who contests the Asia Cup final, and so Sri Lanka will use it to fine-tune their preparation for the summit clash against Pakistan.
For Bangladesh, it is the last opportunity to win a game in the tournament and go into the World Twenty20 with something other than defeat and disappointment.
Angelo Mathews’ side has played three strong games of cricket against Pakistan, India and Afghanistan, but there are areas they would want to improve in.
Their opening partnership needs to get bigger more consistently, and Mahela Jayawardene and Dinesh Chandimal haven’t had a significant score in the competition.
Bangladesh were ousted from the tournament after losing to Pakistan, despite making their highest ODI score. They posted 326 for 3, with Anamul Haque, Mominul Haque and Imrul Kayes batting impressively, but the bowlers – particularly Shakib Al Hasan and Abdur Razzak – let them down.
The home team’s pace attack has also struggled, and though Mathews was reluctant to get drawn into comparing it with Afghanistan’s bowling, it is clear Bangladesh need better prepared fast bowlers and more variety in their spin attack.