NZ vs BAN Stats : New Zealand will take on Bangladesh in the second T20I match in Napier on Monday, 30 March. New Zealand is leading 1-0 in the series and will look to seal the series while Bangladesh will look to bounce back in the series.
New Zealand’s good form has continued as they smashed Bangladesh by 66 runs in the first T20I. New Zealand’s batting as well as bowling was good. Devon Conway, Will Young and Glenn Philips performed well and then in bowling Ish Sodhi and Lockie Ferguson were outstanding. And this match is another good opportunity for youngsters like Finn Allen, Will Young and Adam Milne to cement their places in the team. On the other side, Bangladesh have been very disappointing so far, their batsmen are just struggling against the seam and swing. Their young guns like Liton Das, Sowmya Sarkar and captain Mahmudullah have to step up and in bowling Mustafizur Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin etc need to be at their best to put some fight against this inform New Zealand side.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Second T20I between New Zealand and Bangladesh in Napier.
Head to Head in T20I Cricket : New Zealand and Bangladesh have played 8 T20I matches so far.
NZ vs BAN in T20I Cricket :
Matches – 8
NZ won – 8
BAN won – 0
50 – Mahmudullah needs to hit 2 more sixes to become the first Bangladeshi batsman to hit 50 sixes in T20I cricket.
1 – New Zealand have won 1 out of 3 T20I matches they played at MaLean Park in Napier.
8.91 – Ish Sodhi has taken 12 wickets at an average of 8.91 in 4 T20I matches against Bangladesh.
20 – Ish Sodhi has taken 20 wickets at an average of 13.75 in 11 T20I matches with 2 four wickets haul in this home season (2020/21).
100 – Tim Southee needs 6 more wickets to complete 100 wickets in T20I Cricket.
100 – In the last match Guptill made his 100th T20I appearance and became the fifth player to play 100 or more matches in T20I cricket.
458 – Devon Conway has scored 458 runs at 65.43 in 12 T20I innings with 4 fifties so far and all runs have come in this home season of New Zealand.
2018 – If Adam Milne plays it will be his first match for New Zealand since November 2018.