World Cup 2019 South Africa v Bangladesh
South Africa would want to enlist their first win of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against Bangladesh at a similar setting – the Kennington Oval. The proteas began their World Cup venture with a 104-run misfortune to England. The Tigers, who lost their ICC World Cup warm up match to India by 95 runs will hope to keep weight on the perpetual chokers South Africa.
Set up in 1845, the Oval has a limit of 23,500. The arena is saturated with history facilitating the first-since forever Test on English soil played in September 1880.
This is likewise the notable scene where the legend of the Ashes was brought into the world two years after the fact in August 1882. After England lost to Australia, pursuing a small focus of 85, British paper, The Sporting Times, distributed ironical tribute prompting the England-Australia Test arrangement being known as the “Fiery debris”.
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