New Zealand will be keen to make a strong comeback at home when they face Bangladesh in the upcoming three-match one-day series that starts from 13rd February. Kane Williamson and co. brought their A-game to table to complete a T20I series win against India. Hosts will certainly be keen to get off to good start in the one-day series.
On the other hand, Bangladesh Captain Mashrafe Mortaza will be hoping that Bangladesh can make amends for their poor record in New Zealand. Bangladesh suffered a 3-0 whitewash in the one-day series on their last trip to the country in 2016. Bangladesh will confident of doing well as a lot of their players have been playing competitive cricket since last few months.
Here are some of the important statistics for New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2019 ODI series.
0 victories for Bangladesh out of 10 one-day games played between Bangladesh and New Zealand in New Zealand since 2007. Bangladesh lost their previous one-day series in New Zealand in 2016.
31 one-day games have been played between Bangladesh and New Zealand so far in limited-overs cricket. New Zealand have dominated the proceedings with 21 victories to their name while Bangladesh have managed to win 10 games only.
26 victories for New Zealand out of 37 one-day games played at home since January 2016. New Zealand’s last series defeat came against India in the five-match one-day series played earlier this month.
109 runs needed by Ross Taylor to complete 8,000 runs in one-day internationals. Taylor has currently scored 7891 runs in 215 games at an average of 47.82 with 20 centuries to his name.
22 runs needed by New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham to complete 1,000 runs in one-day internationals. He currently has scored 978 runs in 46 matches at an average of 30.56 with five half- centuries to his name.
9 wickets needed by pace bowler Trent Boult to complete 150 wickets in one-day cricket. Left-arm quick currently has 141 wickets from 76 matches at an average of 24.86.
3 wickets needed by Bangladesh’ Shakib Al Hasan to complete 250 wickets in one-day cricket. Shakib currently has taken 247 wickets from 195 matches at an average of 29.68.