Bangladesh have been a team under transformation for the past many years now and their win over South Africa no longer surprised anyone. The Tigers have invested in their cricket which is not starting to bear fruit. They are considered as the dark horses of the ICC World Cup 2019 which is an achievement in itself. They next face the Kiwis who blew away Sri Lanka in the opener. Both the sides will be eager to get the maximum points from their two games but know the challenge ahead of them. In terms of head to head record, the two countries have played 34 games against each other with Kiwis winning 24 and Bangladesh 10. A look back at how their last five games panned out. Bangladesh vs New Zealand Cricket Score 9th ODI Match in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 20th February 2019 – University Oval, Dunedin – New Zealand won by 88 runs
Ross Taylor and Henry Nicholls slammed important fifties as the Black Caps raced to a score of 330/6 at the end of fifty overs. Every New Zealand batsman came up with an important contribution in their innings which helped them reach such a huge score. In response, Bangladesh were struggling at 40-4 when Sabbir Rehman stepped up to slam a century. Ultimately, his 100 proved to be futile with Bangladesh losing by 88 runs. Live Cricket Streaming of India vs South Africa Match on Hotstar, DD Sports and Star Sports.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 16th February 2019 – Hagley Oval, Christchurch – New Zealand won by 8 wickets
Lockie Ferguson picked up three wickets and was supported well by James Neesham and Todd Astle who picked up braces each to restrict Bangladesh to a score of 226. Mohammad Mithun with a fifty was the only bright spark for the visitors. New Zealand chased down the target with ease with opener Martin Guptill slamming a fine century and skipper Kane Williamson unbeaten on 65.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 13th February 2019 – McClean Park, Napier – New Zealand won by 8 wickets
A game that followed an almost similar pattern as the previous one with Bangladesh getting bowled out for 232 batting first. Trent Boult and Mitchell Santner picking six wickets between them Mohammad Mithun top scoring for Bangladesh with 62. Martin Guptill’s 117 then scripted an 8 wicket for the home team.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 9th June 2017 – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff – Bangladesh won by 5 wickets
The Black Caps lost to the Bangla tigers in the 2017 Champions Trophy thanks to the brilliance of Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah who both scored centuries to help their team chase down a target of 266. Earlier, Kane Williamson ensured the Kiwis reach a total of 265/8 in their quota of fifty overs.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh – 24th May 2017 – Castle Avenue, Dublin – Bangladesh won by 5 wickets
Tom Latham, Neil Broom and Ross Taylor all hit the fifties to guide New Zealand to a score of 270 in the first innings. Bangladesh in the chase got off to a flier with an excellent partnership between Tamim Iqbal and Sabbir Rahman. In the end, Mahmudullah steered Bangladesh to a five-wicket victory with an unbeaten 46.
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New Zealand have a great fast bowling unit that can trouble any team in the world while Bangladesh are high on confidence after the win over Proteas. It will be interesting to see if they are able to counter the Kiwi pace challenge as it will be an important deciding factor of the outcome of the game.