Ban vs Aus test match series are level. Both teams are share the trophy in Ban vs Aus test match. Australia beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in Ban vs Aus test match and level the series 1-1 at Chittagong’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium on Thursday. In the second test between Bangladesh vs Australia, Bangladesh need only a draw to claim their first ever series win over Australia. After glorious performance in the first test against Australia they were going well but not enough to win the series. This would be the first ever test series victory against Australia for the Bangladeshi tigers.
Ban vs Aus test match, Bangladesh putting a healthy total in the 1st innings against Australia but there was plenty of time remaining in the match for a result. In the first innings David Warner showed remarkable patience. He made 123 that came off 234 balls. This was Warner’s 20th Test century and second in successive innings, having made 112 in the first test match which Australia lost by 20 runs in Dhaka. David Warner was dismissed by left-arm pacer Mustafizur, who was celebrating his 22nd birthday. Warner, who resumed the day on 88, received good support from Handscomb, who made 82 off 144 balls before being an outstanding run out by a quick throw from Shakib at midwicket.
Victory for Steven Smith’s side would prevent the visitors from sinking to sixth in the ICC world rankings. Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon returned a career best 13-154. He was the main key for this victory against the Bangladeshi tigers. Nathan Lyon followed up his 7-94 with 6-60 in the second innings to wrap up Bangladesh’s innings for 157 on the fourth day of the match. After knocking over the hosts for 157 in their second innings, Australia started the chase in an aggressive manner. They aggressively hunting the 86 runs required in 15.3 overs to finish the job on the fourth afternoon. Australia lost three wickets for 48 but the victory was never out of the sight. Peter Handscomb and Glenn Maxwell made sure that they don’t lose further wickets. Peter Handscomb remained unbeaten on 16 while Glenn Maxwell ended the Test in style, smashing a huge six over wide long-on to reach the target of 86.
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