Today Match Prediction-Bangladesh vs New Zealand 3rd ODI-IPL Prediction

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The world is set to witness another major battle of ODI cricket. The third ODI of Bangladesh’s tour of New Zealand 2021 is scheduled to take place on Friday, March 26, 2021 at the Basin Reserve, Wellington. Today we are predicting the safe, secure and accurate posting matches of all matches in Bangladesh and New Zealand.

Today Match Prediction

New Zealand Performance Today Match Prediction

New Zealand had won both the one-day matches played previously and also won the 2–0 ODI series. He won the second match by a brilliant five-wicket margin. He won the toss and decided to field first. The performance of his bowling unit was not impressive. He leaked 271 runs in his 20-over innings. For him, Mitchell Santner was the highest wicket taker who took two wickets for 51 runs in 10 overs. In the previous match, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry and Trent Bault took one wicket each.

New Zealand won the last match due to the best performance by their batting order. He chased down a target of 272 runs in 48.2 overs. Captain, Letham was the most successful and most run-scorer for his side, scoring 110 runs. He faced 108 deliveries and hit 10 fours during his innings. He did not stay out to chase the target. Devon Conway also performed brilliantly with the bat. He scored 72 runs off 93 balls with the help of seven fours. James Neesham scored 30 runs while Martin Guptill scored 20 runs.

Bangladesh Performance 

Bangladesh had failed to deliver the best performance in this tour of New Zealand. He had lost the ODI series and now, he is in danger of a clean sweep. He was defeated in the second ODI by a stunning five-wicket margin. His batting order performed well in that match. He scored a total of 271 runs in his 50-over innings. His side scored the most runs by captain Tamim Iqbal, who scored 78 runs. He faced 108 deliveries and hit 11 fours during his innings. Mohammad Mithun had also done well with the bat in the previous match. He scored 73 runs while he faced 57 balls and hit six fours and two sixes.

Bangladesh’s bowling department failed to perform well in the second match. They failed to defend the target of 272 runs and leaked the target in 48.2 overs. Maheedi Hasan was the most successful bowler for him, taking two wickets in his 10 overs, while he was charged for 42 runs. Mustafizur Rahman also took two wickets, while he scored a lot of runs. He was accused of conceding 62 runs in 8.3 overs thrown by him. Taskeen Ahmed, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehdi Hasan, Mohammad Mithun and Soumya Sarkar were the bowlers who failed to take any wickets.

Bangladesh History

For a few moments, it seemed that Bangladesh would be able to challenge New Zealand and register their first ODI win against the home team in New Zealand, though this did not happen. To be honest, Bangladesh were a bit conservative with their batting approach on a pitch where 300 was the minimum they should have been aiming to do.

Mohammad Mithun, playing an aggressive inning of 73 runs in 57 balls, showed that scoring was not very difficult.

Hopefully, Tamim Iqbal, Linton Das, and Soumya Sarkar can give the team a better start in this last ODI. With Mushfiqur, Mahmudullah, and Mithun in the lower order, Bangladesh’s batting depth is certainly good. A little confidence and some intentions are needed at the top.

Bangladesh’s bowling continues unabated and we fail to see how the next match is going to change. Mehedi Hasan was the bowler to take two wickets in an over and Mehdi Hasan also bowled well. However, the fast bowlers were ineffective and lacked the tools to succeed regularly.

Bangladesh’s strength is spin and basically, the batsmen have to get into trouble for the wickets but in New Zealand, it is not easy to do so. Another difficult thing for his bowlers.

New Zealand IPL Prediction

The New Zealand bowlers came to some punishment in their match against Bangladesh. Not only were they able to take wickets very quickly, but they also gave away a lot of balls till the end. As a result, he won 271, a below-par total, but still one that a pair of his batsmen needed to score big.
The batting effort would have pleased New Zealand as Devon Conway and Tom Latham helped their team overcome a difficult situation and eventually won the match easily. This side of New Zealand has a lot of depth and even without Kane Williamson or Ross Taylor, the batting is absolutely solid. We think a big score for Martin Guptill will be the only thing on the New Zealand wish list that is still incomplete. Bowling can happen on flat tracks that suit New Zealand and so we don’t think they’ll be worried about some poor performances. There is still too much quality in this lineup for Bangladesh for most of the day.

Our Today Match Prediction

As per our prediction today, New Zealand is the favorite team to win this match. There are many factors that make New Zealand a favorite team to win this match.

  • New Zealand had won both the one-day matches played earlier and also the series
  • New Zealand is playing in domestic conditions which can support this team
  • Devon Conway, Henry Nicholls, and Martin Guptill are in good form for New Zealand.
  • Bangladesh has an average batting and bowling team
  • New Zealand has a strong batting order
  • The bowling unit of New Zealand is also strong and in good form.

Bangladesh Team

Tamim Iqbal (c),
Liton Das,
Soumya Sarkar,
Mushfiqur Rahim (wk),
Mohammad Mithun,
Mehidy Hasan,
Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed,
Hasan Mahmud,
Mustafizur Rahman,
Najmul Hossain Shanto,
Mosaddek Hossain,
Mohammad Saifuddin,
Afif Hossain, Mohammad Naim,
Shoriful Islam,
Nasum Ahmed ,
Al-Amin Hossain,
Rubel Hossain.

New Zealand Team

Martin Guptill,
Henry Nicholls,
Devon Conway,
Will Young,
Tom Latham (c & wk),
James Neesham,
Daryl Mitchell,
Mitchell Santner,
Kyle Jamieson,
Matt Henry,
Trent Boult,
Tim Southee,
Mark Chapman

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