Rohit: India have everything to lose

India batsman Rohit Sharma says the stakes will be high for their do or die second ODI against Bangladesh in Mirpur on Sunday.

After suffering their heaviest defeat to the Tigers on Thursday, India must win to have any chance of winning the three-match series.

Rohit, who 60 in the first ODI, feels that becase the home team came into the series as underdogs they have nothing to lose and will go for the jugular on Sunday.

Opening batsman Rohit said: "They have got nothing to lose. India have everything to lose. We have to extra careful in what we do. We understand that coming to their territory we expected them to play this way.

"But that is no excuse. As professionals we should be aware of the opposition's strengths and weaknesses. I am sure we will be more prepared in the next game."

The third and final match of the series takes place at the same venue on Wednesday.