St. Lucia (West Indies), May 4 (ANI): Bangladesh have virtually no chance of making the next stage of the Twenty20 World Cup tournament after Australia's emphatic win against Pakistan here on Sunday.
Coach Jamie Siddons conceded as much ahead of his team's match against the Australia in Barbados on Wednesday in the final Pool
Bangladesh would need to win by a huge margin to qualify for the Super Eights ahead of Pakistan, who the Australians defeated by 21 runs in the first game.
"I think it's going to be near impossible for us to get through. It depends on the calculations - we'll have to sit down and work all of that out in the next day or two and figure out how much we need to win by. It's not going to be of any use winning and not have the right margin. We're going to need a reasonable run rate, that's for sure," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Siddons, as saying.
"If Australia score near 200 again, then forget it," added Siddons. (ANI)