New Zealand vs. Bangladesh, World Cup 2023 Match 11: Head-to-Head Record And Form Guide

Throughout the history of the ODI World Cup, New Zealand has played five matches against Bangladesh and won each time.

In the 11th ODI of the ongoing 2023 World Cup, New Zealand takes on Bangladesh in Chennai this Friday. After defeating England in the tournament’s opening match and then winning against the Netherlands to make it a back-to-back, New Zealand is currently undefeated.

New Zealand, the runners-up in the previous edition, defeated England in Ahmedabad by nine wickets to start their campaign. With 283 runs to chase, they easily reached 283/1 in 36.2 overs thanks to centuries from Devon Conway and Rachin Ravindra. Ravindra hammered 123* off 96 deliveries, while Conway hammered 152* off 121 balls.

Sam Curran claimed a wicket for England in the interim. In the beginning, Matt Henry’s three-wicket haul assisted New Zealand in holding the reigning champions to 282/9 in 50 overs. Mitchell Santner and Glenn Phillips each claimed two wickets.

Then, New Zealand defeated the Netherlands by a score of 99 runs to make it two wins out of three. The Netherlands was bowled out for 223 runs in 46.3 overs while chasing a goal of 323 runs. Mitchell Santner, who took five wickets for New Zealand, was in scorching form. Matt Henry, meanwhile, finished with his three wickets to secure the victory. Colin Ackermann scored 69 runs off of 73 balls for the Dutch.

Initially, Will Young’s 70 runs off 80 balls helped New Zealand reach 322/7 in 50 overs. In the meantime, half-centuries were also scored by Ravindra (51) and Tom Latham (53). Roelof van der Merve, Paul van Meekeren, and Aryan Dutt each took two wickets to lead the Netherlands’ bowling attack.

Bangladesh, on the other hand, has been inconsistent and started the season by defeating Afghanistan by six wickets. Bangladesh achieved 158/4 in 34.4 overs while chasing a target of 157 runs. Najmul Hossain Shanto (59*) and Mehidy Hasan (57) both scored vital half-centuries. For Afghanistan, Azmatullah Omarzai, Naveen ul-Haq, and Fazalhaq Farooqi each claimed a wicket. Earlier, Mehidy claimed three wickets to help Afghanistan get bowled out for 156 in 37.2 overs. For Bangladesh, Shakib Al Hasan and Shoriful Islam each claimed a wicket.

However, Bangladesh lost badly against England in their subsequent match, falling down by 137 runs. They chased 365 but were dismissed for 227 in 48.2 overs, despite half-centuries from Mushfiqur Rahim (51) and Liton Das (76). Reece Topley claimed four wickets for England. In 50 overs, England amassed 364/9 thanks to centuries from Dawid Malan (140), Joe Root (82) and Jonny Bairstow (52). Mehidy claimed four wickets for Bangladesh’s bowling unit, while Shoriful claimed three dismissals.

With four points from two games heading into ODI 11, New Zealand is presently ranked second among the ten-team competition. Bangladesh, however, is in sixth place after two games. Both teams will need to win, and supporters anticipate an exciting match.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh: Head-to-head in ODIs

Thirteen times in the 41 matches between the two teams, the Kiwis have prevailed. Bangladesh, meanwhile, has claimed ten victories and one encounter that ended in a draw.

New Zealand vs. Bangladesh in ODI World Cups

Throughout the history of the ODI World Cup, New Zealand has played five matches against Bangladesh and won each time.

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Last month, New Zealand ended Bangladesh’s long-standing home winning streak in ODIs with a 2-0 series victory in Dhaka.

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