1th December is the day on which 6 teams will test their competitor on different locations. Interestingly 3 teams are from Asia only and they are not facing each other, this battle of three Asian team will be on their respective grounds only. To start with India, they will face New Zealand on their 2nd one dayer of five match series. This match will bulge out in the morning of Jaipur on Sawai Mansingh Stadium. India is leading the series with 1-0.
In the second encounter Bangladesh will face Zimbabwe on the beginner one day match of 5 match series at Dhaka. With the World Cup round the corner, the cricketing world has its collective eye trained on Bangladesh. By thumping New Zealand 4-0 at home, they have announced themselves as a real threat to the teams in Group B, who will all have to find a way past their spinners in slow and low conditions.
Another match on 1st December is between Sri Lanka and West Indies in Pallekele. It is the last test of this series, both the starting one turn into draw. It will be the debut test in Pallekele. The Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, the venue for the decider, and one being groomed for the World Cup, is untested at the highest level, though it has staged a fair share of domestic games earlier this year, sporting a pitch that has shown a tendency to favour batting.