Bangladesh, who now sit fifth on the World Cup standings only three points behind Australia, are no bunny at all. Let’s not forget the 2015 World Cup when they knocked England out and secured a quarter-final spot.
Shakib, one of the greatest all-rounders of the modern era, is in a sensational form. Two years ago, he took a 10-wicket match haul in Bangladesh's historic Test victory against Australia. He faces the Aussies again in form this time around. While Shakib's wily left-arm spin will pose a threat, it's his work with the bat that the Aussies may be most wary of.