Another big show needed by Pakistan Uncertainty loomed large on Pakistan batting while the bowling was pedestrian at best. They were a side without their regular captain yet the team managed well to register a fine win over India. However, their fate hinges on the result of India-Sri Lanka game yet they will have to put up another good show against Bangladesh and score a big win. Either way, Pakistan will be hoping to end the tournament on a positive note. Regular skipper Shoaib Malik is again likely to miss out due to his fitness concerns and Misbah-ul-Haq who did a good job as a stand-in captain against India will be doing the job once again. Overall Misbah did a good job but he can be well served if he brings a bit more thought into his field placings. But that will come with time and one can't judge him with just one game. The big plus for Pakistan was that they played regular openers and reaped the rewards. And then the way the middle order batted was also appreciable but for this game the team would be wanting Mohammad Yousuf to fire as he is having a quiet tournament according to his lofty standards. Bowling clicked for Pakistan which was a big relief for all. Saeed Ajmal bowled on his debut and will be expected to carry on the good work. The faster bowlers will also be expected to bowl in the right areas especially Sohail Tanvir who was short at times against India and bowled length balls in the death overs which isn't the way. Bangladesh, in the meanwhile, will be trying their best to have a good result as they have had rugged time against the big teams during the tournament so far. If they manage to be more consistent with their performance they can create trouble for Pakistan. Rather than relying on individual performances they will be better served with collective team efforts. Pakistan will start off as favourites and will have to win big in any case while Bangladesh will be aiming for a collected team effort.