Who will win the day?
Sakib Al Hasan
A talented left-hand batsman and left-arm spinner, Shakib Al Hasan is unarguably the best cricketer that Bangladesh have ever had. As a bowler, he is accurate, consistent, and canny; and his aggression and a wide range of strokes are the keys to his batting. Even more importantly, he has self-belief an excellent temperament, unflustered by the big occasion and ready to do battle against the top teams.
Playing role: Allrounder
Batting style: Left-hand bat
Bowling style: Slow left-arm orthodox
Current ODI Ranking: 34
Highest Ranking: 10 - ( 31/07/2012 )
Highest score: 144 (Tests) 134* (ODIs) 84 (T20Is)
Best bowling: 10/124 (Tests) 4/16 (ODIs) 4/21 (T20Is)
Last three performances: 8 runs – 1/27, 35 runs – 1/45, 2 runs
Mohammad Nabi hails from a well-to-do family that moved to Peshawar in Pakistan, seeking a safe haven from the Soviet War in Afghanistan. An efficient allrounder - a strong middle-order batsman who can bowl flighted offspin - Nabi's rise, like Afghanistan's, has been staggering. He has been at the centre of the side since their time in the ICC's World Cricket League Division Five, from where Afghanistan began their rise to the international stage.
Batting style Right-hand bat
Bowling style Right-arm offbreak
Current ODI Ranking: 31
Highest Ranking: 30 - ( 10/01/2015 )
Highest score: 7 77 (ODIs) 46 (T20Is)
Best bowling: 4/31 (ODIs) 3/23 (T20Is)
Last three performances: 30 runs – 2/43, 1 run – 1/62, 9 runs – 1/20
All Information taken from ESPNcricinfo.