New Zealand will play Bangladesh in the second ODI series. New Zealand took a 1-0 lead defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets in the first ODI. New Zealand played with a high level of professionalism in the field and didn’t give up many runs. Trent Boult superb bowl and Henry Nicholls brilliant batting put the game in the New Zealand pocket. Any visiting team will find it difficult to dominate in New Zealand, and given their current form. They will look to clinch the series with one game remaining.
On the other hand, Bangladesh was a piece of cake for the hosts, who bowled them out for just 131 runs in 42 overs. Understandably, they’ll struggle to adjust to the pacy and bouncy tracks of New Zealand after returning from Bangladesh’s spin-friendly conditions, where they whitewashed West Indies 3-0 in the ODI series. If they want to remain in the chase in this series, they’ll have to boost their game.
The afternoon will be sunny, with a maximum temperature of 20 degrees Celsius, but it will drop to 15 degrees Celsius later in the evening, with a humidity of 73%. There is no chance of precipitation in this match.
Though the pacers should benefit from the surface, a high-scoring game is expected in this venue. The new ball should move around a little more and have more bounce, which would help the pacers. Despite the lack of turn, the spinners will try to vary their speed to get the most out of this surface. The batsmen should enjoy the ball landing on the bat, resulting in a good bat-ball battle. After winning the toss, both teams will look to bat first, with 260-270 being the venue’s average score.
Tom Latham (c&wk), Henry Nicholls, Martin Guptill, Devon Conway, Daryl Mitchell, Will Young, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Trent Boult, Matt Henry, Kyle Jamieson
Tamim Iqbal (c), Musfiqur Rahim (wk), Soumya Sarkar, Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Mohammad Mithun, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Hasan Mahmud/Rubel Hossain
New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd ODI Dream 11:
Tom Latham (c&wk), Musfiqur Rahim (wk), Henry Nicholls, Martin Guptill, Tamim Iqbal, Mahmudullah, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Trent Boult, Taskin Ahmed
Winning the toss
Tamim Iqbal (Bangladesh), Martin Guptill (New Zealand)
Mustafizur Rahman (Bangladesh), Trent Boult (New Zealand)
Mahmudullah (Bangladesh), Jimmy Neesham (New Zealand)
Player of the Match
Team Scores Batting First
Bangladesh 180+, New Zealand 300+
Bangladesh looked like rabbits in Saturday game’s headlights, and there won’t have been much time to acclimate before this match. New Zealand can compete with any of the best teams in the world, and their recent home record is awe-inspiring. We are expecting another dominant performance from the Black Caps. Let’s bet with baji.live now and win BIG!