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  • 11:58 PM IST

    Here’s a recap of India’s facile win =>

  • 11:51 PM IST

    India next face Afghanistan on Sunday while Bangladesh lock horns with Pakistan

  • 11:51 PM IST

    India chased down 174 in 36.2 overs with captain Rohit Sharma remaining unbeaten on 83

  • 11:50 PM IST

    A clinical performance by India as they beat Bangladesh by seven wickets

  • 11:39 PM IST

    WICKET! MS Dhoni holes out near the boundary while aiming to seal the game with a biggie. He scored 33 off 37. India 170/3 in 35/.3 overs

  • 11:37 PM IST

    Rohit and Dhoni have added 64 runs for the third wicket in quick time. India just four runs away from an easy win

  • 11:19 PM IST

    150 up for India. MS Dhoni brings up India’s 150 with a four through covers. The following delivery from Mashrafe Mortaza is a no-ball. A free-hit follows and Dhoni powers it past the bowler and the umpire for his third four.

  • 11:13 PM IST

    Rohit is having fun. He has hit five fours and three sixes in his knock so far. Giving him company is MS Dhoni who is batting on 14 off 16. Score 142/2 in 30 overs.

  • 10:48 PM IST

    WICKET! Ambati Rayudu gets an inside edge to be out caught behind on 13. The umpire initially ruled that as not out but ‘keeper Mushfiqur Rahim was confident about the edge. A review followed and the ultra-edge agreed. Rubel Hossain gets his first wicket. India 106/2 in 24 overs

  • 10:42 PM IST

    FIFTY for Rohit Sharma! Reached his 36th such score in ODIs with a maximum off Shakib Al Hasan. Back-to-back half-centuries for the 31-year-old.

Asia Cup 2018, India vs Bangladesh, LIVE Cricket Score, Super Four, Dubai: India beat Bangladesh by seven wickets

With momentum and high moral on their side after a thumping eight-wicket win over Pakistan, the Rohit Sharma-led India will face a fatigued Bangladesh side in the opening Super Four clash of the 2018 Asia Cup at the Dubai International Stadium on Friday.

While Bangladesh are known to have spoilt the party for India on a few occasions, this time around, they won’t have time to rest and recover from their harrowing 136-run defeat against Afghanistan on Thursday. Much to Mashrafe Mortaza’s annoyance, his team has to travel from Abu Dhabi back to Dubai for this crunch match – a development which led the Bangladesh skipper to vent his frustration at the Asian Cricket Council.

Meanwhile, India, after picking up the pieces post a wobbly start to their tournament opener against Hong Kong, bounced back the next day, despite the searing heat to bowl out Pakistan for 162 in under 50 overs and register an eight-wicket win.

Follow all the live action from Dubai where India play Bangladesh in game one of the Super Four stage of the 2018 Asia Cup

Editorial team of CricketCountry.