England will look to chip early wickets on Day 3    AFP
England will look to chip early wickets on Day 3 AFP

The second Test between Bangladesh and England at Chittagong keeps taking many twists and turns as the second Day saw the hosts scoring some crucial runs. Bangladesh were well placed at 152 for the loss of three wickets and have a lead of 128 runs in the second innings. Day 3 of the Test is expected to be packed with action and the live cricket streaming of the match is available on Hotstar, while the live telecast of the match is available on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports HD 2. Tamim Iqbal got a decent start but failed to convert it into a big score in the second innings as he was dismissed for 40. Imrul Kayes is out in the centre and has scored a fifty as the last wicket fell was that of Mahmudullah for a well played 47. FULL Cricket Scorecard: Bangladesh vs England, 2nd Test at Mirpur

Zafar Ansari bowled well and scalped two wickets while Ben Stokes had one. Earlier in the first innings, Tamim played a good hand at the top and scored a tenacious century and was equally supported by Mominul Haque at the top after which their batting collapsed. Moeen Ali bowled magnificently and scalped another much needed fifer to break the English attack. Chris Woakes also chipped with three crucial wickets and helped his side to dismantle Bangladesh to 220. Ben Stokes also had couple of wickets to his name. England once again got off to shaky start as their top-order failed once again to get things going. Interestingly, Bangladesh started off with spin on both the ends and it also worked out for them as they chipped three wickets. Shakib Al Hasan and Mehedi Hasan bowled well with the latter having two to his name. ALSO READ: Bangladesh vs England, 2nd Test at Mirpur, Preview and Prediction

England were eventually dismantled for 244 as Adil Rashid, Chris Woakes garnered some valuable runs lower down the order to help their side gain some lead. Day 3 will hold massive importance as both the teams will be eyeing to to take an upper-hand.