Asia Cup: Desperate Bangladesh search for win to stay alive in ‘Super Four’

Colombo, September 8 Bangladesh will be focused on surviving while Sri Lanka will aim to win in their second Super 4 match in the Asia Cup on Saturday. After losing by seven wickets to Pakistan in the Super 4 opener in Lahore, Bangladesh must win against Sri Lanka to keep their campaign in the Asia Cup alive. This is assuming that the weather allows the match to take place. If they lose, their Asia Cup journey will likely be over. Their main concern is their batting. They made good scores against Afghanistan, but struggled against Sri Lanka and Pakistan. They are worried about facing tough opponents. Sri Lanka has strong bowlers who can cause damage. Sri Lanka is better in that aspect, and their pacer Kasun Rajitha played a key role in their win over Afghanistan. However, Sri Lanka’s bowlers should be reminded to stay focused after Afghanistan’s strong batting performance. Bangladesh wants their top batters to step up, but they will be without Shanto due to injury. They need their captain Shakib Al Hasan to score more runs. Sri Lanka hopes their captain Dasun Shanaka performs well, as he is capable with both bat and ball. However, he hasn’t been in good form this year. Bangladesh’s batters have not been performing well, and their bowlers haven’t had much success either. They didn’t pose a real threat to Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan, and it was Afghanistan’s desire to score quickly that led to Bangladesh’s downfall. Taskin Ahmed and Shoriful Islam have potential, but they haven’t shown it in this tournament. It will be an interesting and close match between two teams that have their own problems. The teams playing are Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. The match starts at 3 PM IST. Can you please provide the text that needs to be rewritten in simple words.

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