England vs. Bangladesh U-19 Cricket 2013: Players to Watch in Worcester Clash
Thursday sees England and Bangladesh face off in their final game of the U-19 Tri-Nation tournament.
The fixture, which takes place at the County Ground in Worcester, England, will decide who faces Pakistan in the final of the competition at Trent Bridge on Monday, August 19.
Pakistan have been the dominant force in the tournament so far, recording one no result and two wins over Bangladesh and two wins over England with one game still to play on Friday, August 16.
This will be the third time England have faced Bangladesh in the competition, with each country having one victory to their name so far.
The visitors won the opening clash by 38 runs, but the hosts fought back with a five-wicket victory earlier this week.
With Thursday's clash deciding who reaches the prestigious Tri-Nation final, here's a look at some of the key players taking part.
All scores courtesy of ESPNcricinfo.
Harry Finch, England
The star of England's win over Bangladesh, Harry Finch will be hoping he can put in another match-winning display in Worcester.
The right-handed batsman managed an impressive unbeaten century in Leicester, helping to secure his country's first, and so far only, win of the tournament.
The 18-year-old struck half-century partnerships with teammates Haseeb Hameed and Will Rhodes before hitting five of his 12 fours in the last 47 balls to edge England to victory.
The youngster made his List A debut for Sussex back in May and could get more chances for his club side if he impresses again against Bangladesh.
Mosaddek Hossain, Bangladesh
With what was arguably the performance of the entire tournament so far, Mosaddek Hossain caught the eye with a tremendous display of bowling and batting in Bangladesh's opening win over England.
The 17-year-old struck an unbeaten 110 off of just 113 balls, including nine fours and two sixes, to put his country in the driving seat.
He then showed his credentials as an all-rounder, picking up the ball and using his offspin to take three wickets including that of England captain Ben Duckett.
The talented youngster will be a big danger to England's hopes of reaching the final against Pakistan.
Jack Winslade, England
After fighting his way through a tough start to the tournament, both on a personal level and for his country, Jack Winslade found some of his best form in the last outing against Bangladesh.
The Surrey youngster had bowled plenty of overs before finally hitting his stride, ending the match with four wickets for just 39 runs.
Although he had less luck in England's latest defeat to Pakistan, the 18-year-old is sure to be a key part of his country's bowling attack at the County Ground.
If Finch and his fellow batsmen can set a solid score, Winslade's medium-fast delivery could be vital in sending England through to the final.
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