New Zealand vs Bangladesh

New Zealand and Bangladesh have long been some of cricket’s top-performing nations. The teams met each other numerous times over the years, each match bringing plenty of excitement to cricket fans and those who enjoy cricket betting action.

 

If you’d like to place some wagers on future New Zealand vs Bangladesh clashes, this page will provide all the necessary information. We’ll go over the team’s performance history, head-to-head history, venue location, weather reports, probable starters, and all other details that may help you predict the outcome of the next game.

 

What’s more, our betting experts will scan all available Indian betting sites featuring these matches and tell you where the best odds are and what promotions to take advantage of. If you’re interested in some other matchups, you can browse through our website, where you’ll find predictions for all top national teams.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh History

Even though New Zealand became a full member of the ICC in 1926 and acquired Test status in 1930, it took some time for the team to become a relevant figure in the cricket world. Namely, they only recorded their first test victory in 1956 against the West Indies.

 

To date, New Zealand has played in 449 Test matches, winning 107 series, losing 175, and recording 167 draws. Much of the team’s negative Test record is attributed to the early years and between 1930 and 1956. In recent years, the Kiwis have become a force in Tests, currently taking first place at the ICC Test Rankings and winning the premier World Test Championship between 2019 and 2021.

 

Meanwhile, New Zealand has participated in 775 One Day Internationals since 1973. They have a win/loss record of 354–374, alongside seven ties and 30 no results. They appeared in 12 Cricket World Cups and finished as runner-ups in 2015 and 2019.

 

The Black Caps have played in 158 T20 Internationals, winning 78 and losing 68 times and recording eight ties and four no results. In New Zealand’s seven T20 World Cup appearances, their best result was second place in 2021.

 

On the other hand, Bangladesh has been an ICC associate member since 1977, while they acquired a full membership status only in 2000, the same year they were allowed to start playing Tests.

 

In 124 Tests, Bangladesh won only 15 times, recorded 17 draws, and lost 92 times. Their record is a little bit better in ODIs, where they won 136 out of 388 matches. Out of all remaining ODIs, they lost 245 times and had seven no results. By far, the biggest success in Bangladesh cricket history was winning the Cricket World Cup in 1997.

 

When it comes to T20Is, Bangladesh has a win/loss record of 43–75, with two no results. They played in seven T20 World Cups but never managed to go past the second round.

 

The Bengal Tigers have never won a Test series against New Zealand. The Kiwis won 12 of the 15 encounters, with three series ending in a draw. Although they still have a negative record, Bangladesh had more success against New Zealand in ODIs, winning only 10 out of 38 matches. In T20Is, NZ topped Bangladesh 12 times, with Bengals only emerging victorious on three occasions.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Betting Predictions

Considering the head-to-head history between these two teams, we can conclude that New Zealand is pretty much always the favourite when playing against Bangladesh. The Kiwis also have a great recent record and are currently the top-ranked team in both Test and ODI official rankings.

 

Still, it’s not so far-fetched for Bangladesh to make an upset from time to time, and since the odds are almost always against them, predicting an upset might come with a very nice payout. Of course, when betting on the next New Zealand vs Bangladesh duel, you’ll also have the option to place a variety of other bets that do not necessarily relate to the outcome.

 

The two teams already met several times in 2021, with the most recent one being New Zealand’s T20I victory of 27 runs in September.

 

Once Bangladesh and New Zealand are ready to meet again, we’ll bring you all the details so you can make the right betting prediction, including the format, venue, pitch report, weather report, probable XIs, and more.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Betting Tips

If you can’t find the right Indian betting site for the next New Zealand vs Bangladesh match, we’ll be more than happy to list a few renowned online sportsbooks that will feature this match.

 

What’s more, these bookies will have dozens of interesting markets for exploring and a few rewarding promotions like cash bonuses and free bets. Note that while many bookies offer cricket betting, you won’t find the same odds at every website, which is why our experts will scan all available sportsbooks to find and share the ones that feature the best possible odds for any particular market.

 

Our experts will also suggest what exactly to bet on, like whether to put your money on the outright winner, number of wickets and runs, or individual player performances. These tips will be based on numerous stats and trends that our team spends days looking into.

New Zealand Starting XIs

New Zealand dominates against Bangladesh (and most other teams) because their cricket squad is full of star players the likes of Kane Williamson, Trent Boult, Henry Nicholls, and others.

 

However, the Kiwis may be a bit short-handed the next time they play the Bengal Tigers, which you should consider when betting. If you wish to learn the team’s probable XIs before the match, you’ll find the list in this section.

Bangladesh Starting XIs

To even have a chance of upsetting New Zealand, Bangladesh must show up with their absolute best squad. Before the next clash, we’ll analyze each player and their recent form and any potential injuries that might sideline certain squad members, thus coming up with the most realistic probable XIs.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Live Score

If, for any reason, you can’t watch the next clash between New Zealand and Bangladesh, you can follow up on the current score and all key in-game stats here. We will update the score in real-time, which is especially useful if you plan on betting on the match live.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Schedule

Always be up to date on when New Zealand and Bangladesh are to play their next match. As soon as the match is announced, we will share details regarding the exact date and time and the venue.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Test Series

New Zealand and Bangladesh have played 15 Tests since 2001. The Bengals are yet to win, as they only managed to draw on three occasions. The last Test between these two teams occurred in March 2019 at Basin Reserve, Wellington, with New Zealand winning by an innings and 12 runs.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh ODI

One of the most recent clashes between the Black Caps and Bengal Tigers happened in an ODI match on March 26, 2021, at Basin Reserve, Wellington. It ended in an overwhelming 164-run victory of the home squad.

 

The two teams met 38 times in ODIs, with New Zealand emerging victorious 28 times. The remaining ten matches ended in favour of the Bengals. Bangladesh won their last ODI against New Zealand on May 9, 2017, in Cardiff. It was a 5-wicket win as part of a group match at the ICC Champions Trophy.

 

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 3rd T20I, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

The 3rd T20I between New Zealand and Bangladesh will be played at the Eden Park in Auckland on 1st April 2021. The match will start at 11:30 AM IST.

Preview

Loss after loss, it has been a miserable tour for the Asian visitors. The hosts have completely dominated Bangladesh, something we can expect them to do in the next game as well. Bangladesh’s batting has been really poor as none of the batsmen have lived up to the expectations. Soumya Sarkar batted well in the last game but overall, they’ve been very inconsistent. For the hosts, every game, they’ve seen new players rise to the occasion. If it was Conway and Young in the first game, Glenn Phillips was the star of the second T20I. The quality in their bowling department was never in question. Going in to the third T20I, Bangladesh will look to end the tour on a high but New Zealand, at the moment, looks too strong.

Pitch Report

Auckland has traditionally been a high scoring ground. The surface is pretty flat and the short square boundaries makes it one of the best venues to bat. The bowlers, however, will get some bounce to work with.

Probable Playing XIs

New Zealand

Predicted XI: Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Devon Conway (wk), Will Young, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, Tim Southee (c), Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi/Todd Astle, Hamish Bennett

Bangladesh

Predicted XI: Mohammad Naim, Liton Das (wk), Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah (c), Afif Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Nasum Ahmed , Shoriful Islam, Taskin Ahmed

Probable Top Performers

Devon Conway – It’s been a dream start for Devon Conway in international cricket. The southpaw had a rare failure in the 2nd T20I but the kind of form he’s in, there is a high possibility of him scoring big in the 3rd T20I.

Daryl Mitchell – Daryl Mitchell is another player to keep a keen eye on. He’s also coming back from some hefty performances in the last couple of months and a century in the final ODI must have boosted his confidence. He stroked a quickfire 34* off 16 balls in the 2nd T20I and can be backed to come good in the next game as well.

Soumya Sarkar – Sarkar scored a scintillating 50 in the previous game and kept Bangladesh in the hunt. However, the pressure got the better of the southpaw who was dismissed for 51 in an attempt to score quick runs. With a 50 behind him, we can expect him to play well in the 3rd T20I

Our Betting Tips

Not a lot was expected of Bangladesh on this tour and the hosts have not given them any opportunity to pull off an upset. The visitors are down on confidence and with a bleak bowling attack, it’s a massive ask from them to stop this Kiwi juggernaut. The online cricket betting odds are also in favor of New Zealand.  Here’s our newest cricket betting tips and tricks. Do check it out.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand is expected to win the match.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 2nd T20I, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

The second game of the three-match T20I series between New Zealand and Bangladesh will be played at the McLean Park Stadium in Napier on 30th March 2021. The match will start at 11:30 AM IST.

Preview

After clean sweeping Bangladesh 3-0 in the ODI series, New Zealand continued their winning streak as they crushed the visitors by 66 runs in the first T20I of the three-match series. Having won the toss at a batting-friendly track, an aggressive, unbeaten knock of 92 from only 52 balls from Devon Conway alongside a quick half-century from Will Young on debut (52 from 30) led the hosts to a massive 210/4 from their 20 overs.

The visitors’ batting unit failed to handle Ish Sodhi, who bagged four wickets giving away just 28 runs from his four overs. Bangladesh, in the absence of Tamim Iqbal, Shakib al Hasan, and Mushfiqur Rahim, crumbled completely during the chase and keeping aside the effort from Afif Hossain (45 from 33) and Mohammad Saifuddin (34 from 34) towards the end, nothing went their way with the bat. The Tigers are yet to win a single game in this part of the world and they will have to turn things around quickly if they want to change their dismal record.

Pitch Report

The ground dimensions in New Zealand often make things difficult for the bowlers. After a batting-friendly track in the first T20I, another hard surface with plenty in for the batsmen can be expected at McLean Park, Napier.

Probable Playing XIs

New Zealand

Predicted XI: Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Glenn Phillips (WK), Will Young, Devon Conway, Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, Tim Southee (C), Lockie Ferguson, Hamish Benett, Ish Sodhi

Bangladesh

Predicted XI: Mohammad Naim, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim (WK), Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Shoriful Islam, Nasum Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman

Probable Top Performers

Devon Conway

Devon Conway has been shining ever since he has arrived on the international scene. He ended up as the leading run-scorer in the recent ODI series against Bangladesh (275 runs from three innings at an incredible average of 75) and he continued his touch in the T20Is as well, scoring an unbeaten 92 from just 53 balls in the previous game to win the Player of the Match award.

Nasum Ahmed

Debutant Nasum Ahmed managed to return with notable figures of 2/30 from his spell of fours overs on debut. More notably, he was the only bowler who was able to control the flow of runs as New Zealand finished with 210 on the board, scoring more than 10 runs every over. After a promising debut, Ahmed is expected to build upon it in the series.

Our Betting Tips

New Zealand have been the firm favorites ever since the start of the series, and the visitors have done nothing for that impression to change. They were unable to leave a mark with both bat and ball and the Kiwis did not face any trouble in getting a 1-0 lead in the series. The online cricket betting odds are also in favor of New Zealand.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand is expected to win the match.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 1st T20I, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

After a comprehensive win in the ODI series, New Zealand will look to continue their juggernaut in the T20Is as well. The series will kick off on 28th March at Seddon Park, Hamilton at 2:00 PM local time (6:30 AM IST)

Preview

After a miserable performance in the ODI series, Bangladesh would look to salvage their pride in the T20Is. However, the road ahead won’t be easy. They’ll be without the services of Tamim Iqbal, their best T20I batsmen, who’s pulled out of the series due to personal reasons. Also, the form of their batsmen will be a cause of concern. Bangladesh failed to cross the 200 run mark in 2 of the 3 ODIs. Their stats in New Zealand are not very promising either. Bangladesh have played 4 T20Is in the country and have lost all of them. They also lack a genuine wicket taker in their team. To be fair, their chances in the T20I series looks as grim as they were in the ODI series.

Coming to the hosts, they’ve got some new faces in the T20 squad. Devon Conway and Daryl Mitchell scored centuries in the final ODI which will be a massive moral booster ahead of the T20I series. Martin Guptill and Glenn Phillips have also been in some fine form. Finn Allen had a scintillating run in the Super Smash and will be a player to watch out for if given an opportunity. Hamish Bennett, Kyle Jamieson, Tim Southee forms a lethal pace attack.

Pitch Report

The match will be played at the Seddon Park, Hamilton. The surface is expected to be a decent batting wicket. However, there might be some extra bounce in the wicket to aid the pacers.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Predicted Playing XIs

New Zealand:

Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Will Young, Glenn Philipps ( wk), Daryl Mitchell, Todd Astle, Tim Southee(C), Hamish Bennett, Kyle Jamieson

Bangladesh:

Probable XI: Mohammad Naim, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Hasan Mahmud, Mehidy Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain

Probable Top Performers

Devon Conway – Devon Conway has been in some form. He was outstanding in the Super Smash, where he was the second leading run scorer of the tournament, had a decent T20I series against Australia and also scored his maiden century in just his 3rd ODI. He’ll be a player to watch out for.

Daryl Mitchell –  Daryl Mitchell too fetched his maiden hundred in the 3rd ODI against Bangladesh. He had a scintillating run in the Super Smash, both with the bat and ball, and will be very handy for the Kiwis.

Martin Guptill – Guptill was in sizzling form in the T20I series against Australia. Even though he didn’t score big against Bangladesh, he was striking the ball well. He is another player we can expect to come good in the T20I series. Check the latest news and update of PSL 2021.

 

Our Betting Tips

New Zealand were dominant in the ODI series and the kind of form their players are in, they’re hot favourites to win the T20I series as well. For Bangladesh, the form of their batsmen will be a cause of concern. Also, they don’t seem to have wicket taking bowling options. Overall, things are not looking very promising for them.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand are expected to win this game.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 3rd ODI, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

New Zealand will aim for a clean sweep when they take on Bangladesh in the final match of the ODI series. The match will be played at the Basin Reserve, Wellington and will get underway at 11:00 AM local time (3:30 AM IST)

Preview

Bangladesh were far better in the second ODI, still, they were not good enough to beat New Zealand. Despite posting a challenging 271 and getting rid of the top order for not much, Bangladesh couldn’t get the result in their favour. Bangladesh’s main concern will be an average bowling attack. They don’t seem to have a single bowler who can rip through a batting order.

Tamim Iqbal and Mohammad Mithun stroked half centuries, while Soumya Sarkar and Mushfiqur Rahim got solid starts. However, none of the batsmen went on to get a big hundred. As a result, they had to settle for a par 271. The kind of bowling attack they have, they’ll need at least 30-40 runs more than the par score. For that, someone from the top order needs to get a big hundred.

Coming to New Zealand, they were reeling at 53-3 but a composed century from Tom Latham helped them sail through a victory. Devon Conway too batted well. The Kiwi’s have plenty of depth in their batting and would back themselves to get a big score on most occasions against this attack.

Pitch Report

The match will be played at the Basin Reserve, Wellington. The surface is expected to offer a decent batting track. However, there will be some movement on offer with the new ball. Spinners might also come in to play in the second half of the innings.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Predicted Playing XIs

New Zealand:

Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Devon Conway, Will Young, Tom Latham (c & wk), James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Trent Boult

Bangladesh:

Probable XI: Al-Amin Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain, Nasum Ahmed , Najmul Hossain Shanto, Afif Hossain, Mohammad Naim, Shoriful Islam, Rubel Hossain, Hasan Mahmud

Probable Top Performers

Martin Guptill – Guptill has been in fine form of late. Yes, he did fail to make a mark in the previous ODI but we’ll back him to come good in the next game. He’s a clean striker of the ball and on his day can be very hard to stop. The surface in Wellington is expected to be good for batting and Guptill will fancy his chances against a bleak bowling attack.

Devon Conway – Devon Conway has been in some form. He was outstanding in the Super Smash, where he was the second leading run scorer of the tournament, batted well in the T20I series against Australia, and now stroked a brilliant half century in just his second ODI. He too is expected to perform well for New Zealand

Tamim Iqbal –  After missing out in the 1st match, Tamim played a solid hand of 78 in the 2nd game. He’s one player can play big innings and Bangladesh desperately need him to step up in the final ODI if they want to salvage their pride.

Our Betting Tips

New Zealand at home has been on a rampage, winning all their last 8 ODIs. They are not playing their full strength squad, yet, they’ve been too hot to handle for Bangladesh. The kind of bowling attack Bangladesh have, they’ll find it very hard to stop the Kiwi juggernaut. The online cricket betting odds are also in favour of the hosts.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand are expected to win this game.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 2nd ODI, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

New Zealand will look to take an unassailable lead when they take on Bangladesh in the 2nd ODI of the 3 game series. The match will be played at the Hagley Oval, Christchurch and will get underway at 2:00 PM local time (6:30 AM IST)

Preview

Bangladesh were annihilated in the 1st ODI as neither the batsmen, nor their bowlers showed any spine to resist the Kiwi force and lost the game by 8 wickets, inside 22 overs . Things don’t seem to look promising for the next game as well. Trent Boult was too hot to handle for the Bangladesh. He along with Matt Henry and Kyle Jamieson won’t allow any breathers to the visitors. The next game will be played at Christchurch, a surface that tends to offer a lot more to the pacers and under overcast conditions, things won’t be easy for the visitors. Even if they manage to post a decent score on the board, which will be very difficult though, they don’t seem to have a bowler that can restrict the Kiwi batsmen. Overall, it’ll be a massive, massive upset if Bangladesh can pip New Zealand, a teams that has a 14-0 record over Bangladesh at home.

Pitch Report

The match will be played at the Hagley Oval, Christchurch. The surface is expected to offer plenty of assistance to the pacers, especially with the new ball, and may get better as the match progresses.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Predicted Playing XIs

New Zealand:

Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Devon Conway, Will Young, Tom Latham (c & wk), James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamieson, Matt Henry, Trent Boult

Bangladesh:

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

Probable Top Performers

Martin Guptill – After a string of poor performances, Guptill is back to his brutal best. He had a brilliant T20I series against Australia and followed it up with a brisk knock in the 1st ODI against Bangladesh. The way he’s striking the ball, a big knock seem just around the corner.

Devon Conway – Devon Conway couldn’t make a mark in his debut match but he has been in terrific touch of late. When in full flow, he can be impossible to stop and we have seen that in the 1st T20I against Australia where he stroked a 99 of 59 balls.

Tamim Iqbal – Tamim Iqbal was Bangladesh’s best batsmen against West Indies and scored 158 runs in 3 games at an average of over 50. If there’s one batsmen that can help Bangladesh overcome the scars of the 1st game, it has to be Tamim. The southpaw likes to dominate the game and if he stays at the wicket for a while, he’ll fetch plenty of runs for his team.

Our Betting Tips

New Zealand at home has been on a rampage, winning all their last 7 ODIs. Bangladesh, on the other hand, have a poor record in New Zealand and have lost all their 14 matches. Against the likes of Trent Boult, Matt Henry and Kyle Jamieson, it won’t be easy for the Bangladesh batsmen. The online cricket betting odds are also in favour of the hosts.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand are expected to win this game.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2021 – 1st ODI, Preview: Best Betting Odds and Winner Prediction

Match Details

New Zealand will take on Bangladesh in the 1st of the 3 match ODI series on Saturday. The match will be played at the University Oval, Dunedin and will get underway at 11:00 AM local time (3:30 AM IST)

 Preview

Bangladesh Coach, Russell Domingo is confident of winning the series in New Zealand, but one would like to believe that he’s being too optimistic. The stats reflect the same. Bangladesh have played 13 matches against New Zealand in New Zealand  and have lost all of them. Talking about New Zealand, they’ve not lost a game at home since their defeat to India in 2019. Post that, they’ve played 6 games and won all of them. They clean swept Sri Lanka and India in their last two series at home.

Williamson is not part of the series while Ross Taylor will miss out the 1st ODI due to injury. This means that Kiwi’s will go in the match with a fairly inexperienced batting order. But even then, Bangladesh’s bowling doesn’t look to threaten them. Also, against the likes of Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Kyle Jamieson, Bangladesh batsmen will be in for a hard time.

Pitch Report

The surface should be a good wicket to bat but the new ball might offer some movement to the pacers. Also, the surface tends to get slower as the match progresses, bringing spinners in to play.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Predicted Playing XIs

New Zealand:

Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Devon Conway, Tom Latham (c & wk), Will Young, James Neesham, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Kyle Jamieson.

Bangladesh:

Probable XI: Tamim Iqbal (c), Liton Das, Najmul Hossain, Mosaddek Hossain/Mohammad Mithun, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mustafizur Rahman, Hasan Mahmud/Taskin Ahmed.

Probable Top Performers

Martin Guptill – Martin Guptill was in top form in the recently concluded T20I series against Australia. He scored 218 runs at an average of 43 and a strike rate of around 160. Though the format was different, the series must have induced a lot of confidence in Guptill. In the absence of Williamson, he’s their most experienced player and will be keen to get off to a good start.

Devon Conway – Devon Conway is set to make his ODI debut in the 1st match. He’s been in red hot form of late. After a successful season of the Super Smash, he had a fantastic series against Australia. We’ll back him to carry on his form in 50 over format as well.

Tamim Iqbal – Tamim Iqbal was Bangladesh’s best batsmen against West Indies and scored 158 runs in 3 games at an average of over 50. He’s a class batsman and will be eager to perform well.

Our Betting Tips

New Zealand at home has been on a rampage, winning all their last 6 ODIs. Bangladesh, on the other hand, have a poor record in New Zealand and have lost all their 13 matches. Against the likes of Trent Boult, Tim Southee and Kyle Jamieson, it won’t be easy for the Bangladesh batsmen. The online cricket betting odds are also in favour of the hosts.

Predicted Winners

New Zealand are expected to win this game.

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