India will look to build on their win over Pakistan when they take on Bangladesh in the World T20 in Bangalore on 23 March. MS Dhoni's side bounced back from their surprise defeat to New Zealand by outclassing their arch-rivals in yet another World Cup encounter. Virat Kohli struck an unbeaten 55 to take the hosts to victory in a rain-curtailed match in Kolkata.
India got the better of Bangladesh twice in the Asia Cup and are priced at 2/13 by Betfair to make it three wins out of three.
Bangladesh put in a much improved performance against Australia but just fell short as Steve Smith's side sealed a three-wicket victory. Mashrafe Mortaza's men must beat India to stand a chance of progressing to the semi-finals and are backed at 6 to pull off an upset.
Opener Rohit Sharma fell cheaply in the first two matches but is placed at 5/2 to top the run charts for India. The in-form Kohli is priced at 11/4, while opener Shikhar Dhawan is at 3.
Tamim Iqbal, who missed the Australia match due to illness, is 5/2 to top-score with the bat for Bangladesh.