New zealand vs Bangladesh: 3 ODI & 3 T20I-- March 20-April 01, 2021 in NZ

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Nz beat Bangladesh by 8 wkts with 28.4 overs spares
NZ 132/2 (21.2 overs)

Guppy 38, Nicholas 49 not out, Conway on debut 27, Young on Debut 11 not out
@ wkt each Mehmood & Taskin

Trent Boult Man Of Match

IPL 2021 (will be Millionaire) Kyle Jamieson, wicket less In 4th international in A Row.

Cong Latham on your (100th ODI) you lead NZ land gave them Easiest victory
With out Rossco /Southee & Williamson
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2nd ODI @:6.30 AM IST
March 23, 2021
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Did You Know

- New Zealand have won nine of the 10 ODIs they've played at the Hagley Oval in Christchurch since it became an international venue in 2014.

- Trent Boult has picked up 17 wickets at an average of 21.6 in 8 ODIs at the venue, including his career-best figures of 7 for 34 against West Indies in 2017

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Re: New zealand vs Bangladesh: 3 ODI & 3 T20I-- March 20-April 01, 2021 in NZ

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23-MAR-2021, 06:30 AM

2nd ODI (D/N), Christchurch, Mar 23 2021, Bangladesh tour of New Zealand

PREVIEW

Dominant New Zealand look to seal series in Christchurch
Bangladesh seek improved batting display as Hagley Oval hosts its first ever men's day-night ODI

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After blowing away Bangladesh in the first ODI in Dunedin, New Zealand can press forward to pick up the series win in Christchurch. It is the first men's day-night match at the Hagley Oval, which has often presented a rock-hard pitch that has traditionally aided fast bowling and confident strokeplay.

New Zealand were superior to Bangladesh in almost every area in Dunedin. Trent Boult led a superb opening spell, with Matt Henry, Kyle Jamieson and Jimmy Neesham providing timely breakthroughs throughout the innings. The start provided by Martin Guptill and Henry Nicholls thereafter shortened an already tiny chase.

It wasn't all doom and gloom from the visitors, though. Tamim Iqbal played some shots that reminded of his ability to fight back in the most difficult of circumstances, and the likes of Liton Das, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah also provided glimpses of their ability. With the ball, Taskin Ahmed and Mahedi Hasan bowled with a mix of attack and control that could come in handy if they are defending a bigger total.

Certainly, Bangladesh have to bat big to have any chance of leveling the series in Christchurch. For that, a lot will depend on how well Iqbal and Das tackle the new ball, before the likes of Rahim and Mahmudullah take them deeper into the game. From a bowling perspective too, Mustafizur Rahman has to act as the senior bowler, by bowling a lethal spell with the new ball.

Otherwise, we could be in for another quick finish.

Form guide
(completed matches, most recent first)

New Zealand WLWWW Bangladesh LWWWW

In the spotlight

If Trent Boult has another couple of spells where he makes the new ball hoop around as madly as he did in Dunedin, we might have a short ODI series in our hands. The four-wicket haul was just reward for his immaculate lengths, but more important was how that pushed Bangladesh into a defensive mindset for the rest of their innings.

At the start of 2020, Liton Das had vowed to become a tighter batsman but in his last four ODIs, he has scored only 55 runs. He once again got out to a soft dismissal in Dunedin, after working quite hard for almost an hour against a quality pace attack. Bangladesh could really do with some runs at the top from Das if they are to level the series.

Team news

New Zealand are unlikely to break their winning combination after Ross Taylor was ruled out of the second ODI too, due to an injured hamstring.

New Zealand (probable): 1 Martin Guptill, 2 Henry Nicholls, 3 Devon Conway, 4 Will Young, 5 Tom Latham (capt & wk), 6 James Neesham, 7 Daryl Mitchell, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Kyle Jamieson, 10 Matt Henry, 11 Trent Boult

Mohammad Saifuddin could replace Hasan Mahmud, but it seems the rest of the line-up may survive any chop as Bangladesh look to bat deep and have at least six bowling options.

Bangladesh (probable): 1 Tamim Iqbal (capt), 2 Liton Das, 3 Soumya Sarkar, 4 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) 5 Mohammad Mithun, 6 Mahmudullah, 7 Mehidy Hasan Miraz 8 Mahedi Hasan, 9 Taskin Ahmed, 10 Mustafizur Rahman, 11 Hasan Mahmud

Pitch and conditions

New Zealand and Bangladesh can look to two previous first-innings scores of 289 for 7 (Northern Districts) and 178 all out (New Zealand Women) in day-night matches at the Hagley Oval, with both teams losing. The weather is expected to be a nice and dry 18 degrees celsius in Christchurch.

Stats and trivia


New Zealand have lost only one out of the ten ODIs that they have played at the Hagley Oval.
Bangladesh were bowled out for a total below 150 for the first time since September 2018 in Dunedin.

Quotes

"We played really well in the first game. It is always nice to start with the intensity in our bowling performance. We really made a statement with the way we started with the bat. We hope to continue that but also expect Bangladesh will bounce back considerably." - New Zealand coach Gary Stead.

"We just never got any momentum because we kept losing wickets (in the first ODI). A lot of soft dismissals as well, let's be honest. We're hoping the batters learned from that with the bouncing ball."

Bangladesh fast-bowling coach
Otis Gibson

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Nz have won toss have opted Bowling.

Mehmood injured so Saiffudin
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50 for 1 off 14
Das o, Sarkar 15*
Tamim 32*
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50 for 1 off 14
Das o, Sarkar 15*
Tamim 32*
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:band: 85/2

Das (32 out) & Tamim (64*) put
On 81

Nz commentary team not mention
Tamim's 50th ODI 50
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Re: New zealand vs Bangladesh: 3 ODI & 3 T20I-- March 20-April 01, 2021 in NZ

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Tamim Run out 78
Who put on 48 with m. Rahim

BD 271 for 6
Tamim 78, M. Mithun 57 ball 73*
Rahim 34, Sarkar 32 ( Jamieson 10/2/36/1) ( santner 2 for 51)

NZ : Wobble vs Spin of Mehidy 2 for 25 off 6,after 22 overs 99 / 3

Conway/ Latham on repair job> put on 113 which changed the game towards NZ

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Conway 72, Latham
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NZ won 15 Consecutive Matches vs Bangladesh, Tomorrow, in 3rd ODI, if they win toss they will bats First

New Zealand look to extend unbeaten run

March 25 2021

New Zealand have now won 15 consecutive matches against Bangladesh at home

"As a captain it is tiring to say the same old thing like 'we are taking a lot of positives from this match'," said Tamim Iqbal, visibly frustrated after Bangladesh lost the second ODI against New Zealand.

Despite a spirited performance with bat and ball, Bangladesh's shoddy catching and fielding let them down as they slipped to their 15th successive loss in ODIs against New Zealand in New Zealand, and their 28th overall across formats playing away against New Zealand.

With the series already conceded, Bangladesh's fourth ODI series loss in New Zealand, all the visitors can do now - as much as it would sting their captain - is dwell on the positives and hope that they can finish the ODI leg with the consolation of achieving a historic victory.

After being bowled out for 131 in the first game in Dunedin, Bangladesh came back well to post 271 for 6, riding on good contributions from their skipper and Mohammad Mithun. Soumya Sarkar getting amongst some runs would have also pleased Bangladesh, who'll be hoping this translates into good performances in the future. Bangladesh's spin pair of Mehidy Hasan and Mahedi Hasan did a tidy job in the second game, which wasn't quite the case wit the pacers who leaked runs, and Bangladesh will be hoping for some improvement from them.

Despite the absence of star batsmen like Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor, New Zealand's batting has not suffered - with stand-in captain Tom Latham stepping up to lead from the front. New Zealand were in a tricky position when they were reduced to 53 for 3 but Latham's assured presence, with support from Devon Conway and James Neesham, helped New Zealand extend their unbeaten run against Bangladesh.

New Zealand's pacers have also been on the money - cashing in if the wicket has been pace-friendly, while bowling with discipline on a slow track that was on offer for the second match. However, New Zealand conceded 75 in the last seven overs of the previous game, and although they would not be too worried they will be hoping to do better in terms of their death bowling.

When: Friday, March 26 at 11:00 AM Local Time (3:30 AM IST)

Where: Basin Reserve, Wellington

What to expect: Clear skies with a high of 22 degree Celsius. This is the first international limited-overs game being hosted by Wellington since January 2018. New Zealand posted 315 and 271 in their last two ODIs here, both while batting first against Pakistan.

Team news:

New Zealand: After missing the first two ODIs due to hamstring injury, Taylor has been cleared to play in the third game. The senior batsman could replace Will Young while New Zealand might also look at giving Trent Boult a break and bring Tim Southee in.

Possible XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Devon Conway, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (c & wk), James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Trent Boult/Tim Southee

Bangladesh: The visitors are unlikely to make any change to the eleven that featured in the last game.

Possible XI: Tamim Iqbal (c), Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan, Mahedi Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman

What they said:

"He has had great amount of domestic success for the last couple of years. It is great to see guys come from domestic cricket and perform at the international level straightaway" - Tom Latham is pleased with the form of Devon Conway.

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Wow Miraz vs Mehdi Hasan

26-MAR-2021, 03:30 AM

3rd ODI, Wellington, Mar 26 2021, Bangladesh tour of New Zealand

Stats and trivia

The Basin Reserve has hosted only three ODIs in the last ten years, and this is its first in more than three years.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Mahedi Hasan made their first-class debuts for Khulna Division in the same match in 2015. Mahedi is three years older than the 23-year old Miraz, who is, however, the senior cricketer with 83 international matches (151 int'L wkts)compared to Mahedi's six.

Wow & in the last game Miraz was wicket less

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