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New Zealand Vs Bangladesh 1st ODI Highlights – 13th February 2019

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NZ vs BAN 1st ODI Highlights – February 13, 2019

There is a total of thirty-one ODI matches played between New Zealand and Bangladesh. From those 31 New Zealand won the most of them which are 21. Bangladesh can only able to win 10 Matches. The New Zealand team will be wary of the Napier pitch because they have already bowled out India for 157 in the last match here a previous month. Weather reports show it is likely to be a very pleasant day in McLean Park stadium. Bangladesh team might bring in Mohammad Saifuddin instead of Rubel Hossain. Bangladesh will surely miss the absence of Shakib ul Hassan. Martin Guptill the allrounder is fit and back in the team again and hopefully is set to open with Henry Nicholls. Let’s see what will happen in Ban vs NZ on Wed, Feb 13, 2019, at 1:00 AM (GMT) in McLean Park, Napier

Bangladesh won the toss and batted first.

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