One-day international cricket fans have one last sunny Friday to improve, maybe for the rest of this year.
Yes, the humble ODI is back in the reserve basin as New Zealand attempts to invade Bangladesh ahead of Sunday’s Twenty20 series. In the year T20 World Cup, the Black Caps may not play 50 more games until next summer.
We watch the main talks of the third game Ross Taylor sees a welcome comeback from a hamstring injury And they insist the international T20 days are not over yet.
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Farewell and bones cedar
Taylor, who reached zero after Thursday’s net session, will not be the only one to play his last game of the season in a black helmet before the eagerly awaited World Test Final in England in June.
Trent Bolt, Kyle Jamison, Jimmy Neesam and Indian Premier League affiliate Mitchell Santner will all be missing the T20 series and will travel to India after the ODI on Friday, as will Ken Williamson, who served the series with an elbow problem.
The towering Black Cubs player seemed to have made a great catch, but officials thought the opposite.
Bolt remains at the top of the ODI Bowling World Ranking after winning 4:27 in Dunedin, while Taylor is fourth in the batting ranking, despite not having played in the ODI match in Sydney since March of last year.
World-Class Taylor ODI Figures: Average 48 Out of 232 Games and 21 Centuries. Against Bangladesh in the ODIs, he averaged 59 points and rose to 91.25 from his last seven rounds against the Tigers since 2017.
Taylor for Will Young is the only potential change for New Zealand. Tim Southee is back to prepare to drive it to the T20.
Bonanza wash basin
We have to say that some of the older readers will remember the old days of the 1980s and 1990s in the capital, when Wednesdays were held on the largest traffic island in the country.
The pool’s official capacity of 12,500 was regularly hit when players between Pohutakawa on the hill and anyone running on the paved road in a draw compromised their personal safety.
With Cake Tin, now the home of the Black Caps Limited cricket in Wellington, the humble ODI has only been seen in the pool three times in the past fifteen years.
All three were against Pakistan in 2016 and 2018, and the Black Caps each won the first racket with 280-8 (Henry Nicole’s man in the game), 315-7 (Ken Williamson MOM) and 271-7 (Martin’s Guptill MOM). At the bottom of the pelvis, you may be tempted to do it again and grow.
NZ Cricket reported that there were fewer than 1,000 tickets on sale Thursday afternoon, with a capacity of around 7,000 tickets today under stricter health and safety regulations. And wait, a nice day with an expected max of 20 ° C.
“Good player Tamim”
Former Bangladesh and Wellington Firebirds coach Jimmy Seddons liked the line above and even brought his stylish left-handers to the capital for the T20 Super Smash campaign.
He is a very good player, Tamim, and he couldn’t have done much on Tuesday night in Christchurch. The captain scored 78 of 108 balls in a total of 271-6 in Bangladesh, after which a direct hit from Devon Conway (72 of 93) preserved the match.
But his colleagues had a terrible case of dropsy under pressure. Two players introduced by the game’s players, Tom Latham and Nesham, essentially cost them victory when the Bangladesh record fell to 0-28 against the Black Caps in New Zealand. Lossless: 28 games of all shapes versus 28 losses.
“We should have won this match. The shooters created opportunities, and we couldn’t keep up,” Tamim said. “The fallen catch, you know when the situation arises, you need to get things 100 percent done.”
In fact, Tuesday was the best chance to break that awesome streak after Muhammad Mithun, Mehdi Hassan and Mehdi Hassan Meraz all took a power ride under the direction of Daniel Vettori, the team’s touring advisor. Wellington would be less friendly with a spider.
A quick glance
I was: New Zealand vs Bangladesh III ODI
Right: Beckenryservat, Wellington
when: Friday 11 am
New Zealand: Martin Joptel, Henry Nichols, Devon Conway, Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (Manshavtskapitin), Jimmy Nissam, Daryl Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Kyle Jamison, Matt Henry and Trent Bolt.
Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal (Hauptmann), Leighton Das, Sumaya Sarkar, Mashfiq Rahim, Muhammad Mithun, Mahmoud Allah, Mahdi Hassan Meraz, Mahdi Hassan, Tskin Ahmed, Mustafa Al Rahman, Muhammad Saifuddin
TAB options: NZ $ 1.10, Bangladesh NZ $ 6.20