Skipper Eoin Morgan said England were prepared for any amazements Bangladesh may spring on them during their Cricket World Cup experience on Saturday. The competition top choices are hoping to recover their force in the wake of being beaten by Pakistan in their last trip.
With Bangladesh having pulled off a stun prevail upon South Africa in their opening match, Morgan said the hosts were underestimating nothing in a match they are required to win.
"It will be a troublesome game. They are a decent side. I think individuals belittle them. We unquestionably don't," Morgan told correspondents on Friday during preparing.
Morgan said Bangladesh have a solid batting line up at the highest point of the request while their spinners can cause a wide range of issues for rival groups.
Morgan said England would be prepared for anything Bangladesh can toss at them, including the likelihood of an opening twist assault as observed during their past two recreations which yielded brisk wickets.
"Secret turn is another test. Bangladesh will open with turn, unquestionably," said Morgan.
Morgan likewise did not discount the likelihood of including Liam Plunkett as an additional quick bowler as past wickets at Sophia Gardens in Cardiff were greener and seamer-accommodating.
The two groups have won one of their two recreations to date in the 10-group round-robin position.
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