New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 3rd ODI: Rotobash Fantasy Cricket Tips
Will New Zealand whitewash the series or Bangladesh play for pride?
Published - Feb 19, 2019 11:12 am | Updated - Feb 20, 2019 10:31 am
The Kiwis have already wrapped up the series at Christchurch courtesy of Martin Guptill special. They have played some outstanding cricket throughout the series which is good news for them heading toward the world cup. Meanwhile, visitors would push for the consolation win and get something positive out of the series as this tour hasn’t started as they would have expected.
The same story has been repeated for Bangladeshi in both the matches; they came out to bat first and lost half their side for 93 runs inside 20 overs. Then some middle order recovery from Mithun and Sabbir Rahman who have shown good maturity in both the matches which has got their team to a total of 229 runs.
Then the second innings was a Martin Guptill show, he continued his form from the previous match and scored a brilliant 16th ODI hundred. He was ably supported by his captain Williamson with a solid 63 who has ended this series on a positive note after a string of low scores.
New Zealand captain has been rested for the final ODI, Tom Latham will be taking over his duties. Colin Munro has been called as Kane Williamson replacement and likely to get the opening slot with Henry Nicholls coming down the order.
New Zealand vs Bangladesh 3rd ODI
Date: 20th February 2019
Time: 3:30 am IST
Venue: University Oval, Dunedin
Average First Innings total: 253 runs
Dunedin pitch has always been good for batting, ball comes on nicely on the bat which makes stroke making easy, expect a score above 300 if New Zealand bat first
Kane Williamson has been rested and replaced by Colin Munro
Trent Boult may also be rested due to workload management and Southee could come in for him
Rubel Hossain could come in for Mohammad Saifuddin
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Choices for Captain and Vice-Captain
Colin Munro has come back into the squad and this is the best opportunity for him to prove himself at top of the order and put his name into the contention of world cup squad. He has been in decent nick in the T20 format, just need to replicate it into ODI.
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