NZ vs BAN Stats : New Zealand will take on Bangladesh in the third and final ODI at Basin Reserve in Wellington on 26 March. New Zealand lead 2-0 and have also won the series and now they will look for the whitewash while Bangladesh will look to salvage their pride.
In this series New Zealand’s bowling has been good so far as their pace trio of Trent Boult, Matt Henry, Kyle Jamieson is doing fine job and getting good support from spinner Mitchell Santer. In batting in the first game batsmen didn’t get chance to do something but in the second match their top order failed and they will look to do better. Inform Conway and captain Tom Latham got runs and they will look to continue their good form. On the other side, Bangladesh fought well in the second match, their batting also stepped up but bowlers and fielding let them down and to compete against New Zealand in New Zealand they need to do their best in all three departments and their senior batsmen like Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah have to score big runs.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Third ODI between New Zealand and Bangladesh in Wellington.
Head to Head in ODI Cricket : New Zealand and Bangladesh have played 37 ODI matches.
NZ vs BAN in ODI Cricket :
Matches – 37
NZ won – 27
BAN won – 10
12 – New Zealand have won 12 out of 26 ODI matches at Basin Reserve, Wellington.
New Zealand’s ODI record at Basin Reserve, Wellington :
ODI Matches – 26
Won – 12
Lost – 11
NR – 3
15 – New Zealand have won each of the 15 ODI matches they played against Bangladesh at home so far.
50 – Mehidy Hasan Miraz needs 3 more wickets to complete 50 wickets in ODI Cricket.
100 – Tamim Iqbal needs to hit 6 more sixes to become the first Bangladesh batsman to hit 100 sixes in ODI Cricket.
500 – Trent Boult needs 4 more wickets to complete 500 wickets in International Cricket.
655 – Tamim Iqbal has scored 655 runs against New Zealand in ODI Cricket – the most by any Bangladeshi batsman.
1000 – Mitchell Santner needs 76 more runs to achieve the milestone of 1000 ODI runs.
7000 – Martin Guptill needs 99 more runs to become fourth New Zealand batsman to score 7000 runs in ODI Cricket.