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Bangladesh Parliament XI beat Pakistan by 13 runs

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Bangladesh Parliamentary XI beat their Pakistani counterparts by 13 runs in the ongoing Inter-Parliamentary Cricket World Cup (IPCWC ) 2019 in London on Wednesday. The eight-team event kicked off on Wednesday. Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Australia, Pakistan, India, England, New Zealand and South Africa are taking part in the event. Eight teams divided in two groups are playing in the event. Each group contains four teams. After beating Pakistan in the first match, Bangladesh is scheduled to play New Zealand on Thursday. Top two teams from each group will play in the semifinals today.

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