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T20 World Cup 2022: Rain forced a stoppage of play after the 7th over of Bangladesh’s 185 chase against India in their Super 12 match in Adelaide. Litton Das’ stunning fifty helped Bangladesh stay ahead of the DLS par score during the first rain break.

India Today Web Desk

New Delhi,UPDATED: November 2, 2022 16:19 IST

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Bangladesh got off to a solid start in their 185 chase against Adelaide (AP Photo)

By India Today Web Desk: Rain has played a part in influencing the results in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2022 campaign and the weather gods were there again on Wednesday 2 November during the high-octane super 12 match between India and Bangladesh in Adelaide. It started to rain after the 7th over of Bangladesh’s chase of 185 in the Group 2 match.

Players from India, including captain Rohit Sharma, looked anxiously along the boundary rope as the two umpires watched the weather forecast along with the umbrella umpires on the pitch. Rain forced a stoppage of play and ground crews were quick to put the blankets on the pitch and square.

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Bangladesh was well ahead of Duckworth Lews Stern’s (DLS) par score at seventh over, thanks to a sensational fifty from Litton Das. The young opener hit a 21-ball fifty when Bangladesh scored 66 for 0 in 7 overs, which was 17 runs more than the DLS par score of 49.

The India v Bangladesh match in Adelaide was set to lose overs from 4:28pm IST (9:28pm local time).


If the Super 12 match sees deductions in overs, the next DLS par scores are for Bangladesh to win and take 2 points.

  • 169 in 18 overs
  • 142 in 15 overs
  • 122 in 13 overs
  • 89 in 10 overs

There were some nervous moments for head coach Rahul Dravid as he stood on the pitch talking to the umpires and match officials. The wind was also blowing heavily at the Adelaide Oval as the intensity of the rain varied with players waiting on the sidelines.

It was Bangladesh’s advantage when they surprised the Indian new-ball bowlers. In fact, it was the first time Indian bowlers went wicketless in the power play when Litton brought the likes of Bhuvneswar Kumar, Arshdeep Singh and Mohammed Shami to the cleaners. Das had hit 3 sixes and 7 limits when rain gave chase in the 7 . interrupted


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