Get New Zealand VS Bangladesh Dream 11 Team Match Prediction 19th February 2019. Check today match prediction, 100% Sure prediction for Bangladesh VS New Zealand 3rd ODI Match.
- Bangladesh have struggle to execute in both the department of the match which doesn’t seem to end rapidly
- Tom Latham, Ross Taylor, and Martin Guptill have been in incredible form so far
- Bangladesh is probable to find it rough to bat out beside fast Kiwi bowlers with the circumstances favorable to fast bowling
Tournament: new Zealand VS Bangladesh 2019
Date: February 19th 2019
Venue: University Oval, Dunedin, New Zealand
Weather: Moderate or heavy rain shower, 70%
New Zealand VS Bangladesh Betting Odds
New Zealand: 1.17
About the Match
Bangladesh was never probable to overwhelm Bangladesh coming into the ODI series, but the series wasn’t predictable to be as one-sided as it has been as fine With the series previously complete and dust, the Kiwis will look onward to experiment a morsel and test out their counter power leaving into the third ODI which is put to be played at University Oval, Dunedin on Wednesday, February 20th. Both the matches have unpredictably been one-sided dealings with tourist failing unhappily. The circumstances in New Zealand are contiguous to what will be in England throughout the World Cup and given the way they have failed to adapt, Bangladesh’s management and fans won’t be too amused. With a pair of main player’s probable to be rested for the Kiwis, we anticipate a closer competition in the final ODI, but the Tigers will need to do a lot improved than they’ve complete in the two games.
New Zealand 3rd ODI Squad
Colin Munro, Tom Latham(c), Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Ross Taylor, Tim Southee, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, James Neesham, Henry Nicholls
Bangladesh 3rd ODI Squad
Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Nayeem Hasan, Shafiul Islam, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan
Going interested in the second ODI, New Zealand changed their charming mixture to comprise Todd Astle for Mitchell Santner. The go was mainly to give all the World Cup probable’s with plenty match time and finish the most excellent first eleven for the marquee competition. With the series previously beneath the wraps, the Kiwis are probable to make more changes with Captain Kane Williamson sure to be rested. Another significant change could be the addition of Tim Southee for Matt Henry who has done quite well over the last few games. With Henry Nicholls at the summit of the order and Martin Guptill back in form, this Kiwi batting lineup has looked in inspiring form. Guptill is pending into the third game in red-hot form and will be input Kiwi player not currently in the prospect fixture, but also at the World Cup. Without indecision, Ross Taylor has been the safety net for New Zealand over the previous pair of years. His normal in the last couple of years has been second only to Virat Kohli – which speaks volumes about the constancy he has scored with. With Williamson rested, Taylor will have a superior accountability to keep the innings mutually and begin a counter-attack if and when necessary.
The tourists will be entirely dissatisfied in the way they have performed in the series therefore distant. They came into the series on the rear of a few superior performances although at home or home-like circumstances. They’ve unsuccessful to acclimatize to the circumstances here which have perhaps been the main reason for their collapse. With whole batting order failing in both the games, the only gray lining for the Tigers was the attempt of Mohammad Mithun. He compliment the fifty he scored in the first match with one more half-century in the second and will be looking for one more good score leaving into the second match. After a dazzling knock of 141 in the BPL finals, Tamim Iqbal hasn’t completed anything valuable. The opening duo of Liton Das and Tamim Iqbal has added only 12 runs in the two matches mutual and will be under huge weight to get their team off the blocks in the final ODI. With batting not responsibility well, the bowlers actually haven’t had the runs on the board to place any heaviness whatever on the Kiwis. Having said that, they have lacked regulation with lines & lengths and their field hasn’t helped their bowling moreover. Bangladesh are probable to have a improved chance against a lesser-strength Kiwi team, but they’d have to do a lot improved than they’ve done so far so as to reason even a wee bit of problem for the Kiwis.
New Zealand Possible Playing X1
Jeet Raval(c), Andrew Fletcher, Rachin Ravindra, Finn Allen, Dale Phillips, Katene Clarke, Ian McPeake, Andrew Hazeldine, Jamie Brown, Sean Solia, van Woerkom
Bangladesh Playing X1
Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossai, Mominul Haque, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman,
The side winning the toss is likely to bowl first
Bangladesh came interested in the series with the hope of cause a distress, but here they are combating to stay away from a white-wash in what has been a one-sided matter. They’d surely stand an improved possibility than they did in the first two games unpaid to many reasons, but the Kiwi players will be healthy conscious of World Cup spot on the grabs and won’t go away any mineral unturned to strengthen those. Bangladesh has struggled to come to conditions with Kiwi circumstances and ride on a couple of outstanding performances, the hosts go into the third game as the hard favorites.