Bangladesh vs new Zealand 1st T20I live match score

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Bangladesh vs new Zealand 1st T20I  live match score
Bangladesh vs new Zealand 1st T20I live match score

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 set for the action!!!

Right! It is time for the action. Martin Guptill, playing his 100th T20I game, walks out to open the innings alongside Finn Allen, making his debut for the Blackcaps. The Bangladeshi players have already made their way out in the middle. They will begin with spin. Nasum Ahmed to take the ball for them. One slip in place. Here we go...

National Anthems!!!

Before the action begins, it is time for the National Anthems of both the teams. First up is Bangladesh and it will be followed by the New Zealand.

How's the surface looking?

Craig McMillan tells that the conditions are overcast at the moment. Adds that there is a chance of rain later in the day. Suzie Bates joins him for the inspection. Feels that it is a good wicket. McMillan informs that there is a good covering of grass on the wicket. Adds that the spinners do better here on this wicket. Bates feels that the seamers might have to take the pace off the ball as the game progresses. Tells that Allen is a bright prospect for the Kiwis.

Lockie Ferguson chats!!!

Lockie tells that he is excited to be back to play for the Kiwis. Says that he is looking forward to playing against Bangladesh. Adds that he has been watching the games while he wasn't playing. Feels it is always good to have new faces in the side.

set for the activity!!! 

Right! It is the ideal opportunity for the activity. Martin Guptill, playing his 100th T20I game, leaves to open the innings close by Finn Allen, making his introduction for the Blackcaps. The Bangladeshi players have effectively advanced out in the center. They will begin with turn. Nasum Ahmed to take the ball for them. One slip set up. Here we go... 

Public Anthems!!! 

Before the activity begins, it is the ideal opportunity for the Public Anthems of both the groups. First up is Bangladesh and it will be followed by the New Zealand. 

How's the surface looking? 

Craig McMillan tells that the conditions are cloudy right now. Adds that there is an opportunity of downpour later in the day. Suzie Bates goes along with him for the assessment. Feels that it is a decent wicket. McMillan advises that there is a decent covering of grass on the wicket. Adds that the spinners improve here on this wicket. Bates feels that the seamers may need to take the speed off the ball as the game advances. Tells that Allen is a brilliant possibility for the Kiwis. 

Lockie Ferguson talks!!! 

Lockie advises that he is excited to have returned to play for the Kiwis. Says that he is anticipating playing against Bangladesh. Adds that he has been watching the games while he wasn't playing. Feels it is in every case great to have new faces in the side.

Southee wants the youngsters to step up!!! 

Southee says that it looks like a very good wicket. Tim says that the ODI arrangement was a good one however it is a change of format now and they need to start new. Adds that they have got an exciting group who have the chance of stepping up. Illuminates that Finn Allen is making his presentation for the Kiwis and adds Guptill is playing his 100th T20I for the Blackcaps. 

Time for the toss!!! 

We have the captains in the center for the coin toss. Tim Southee is leading the Blackcaps while Mahmudullah will be marshaling the soldiers for Bangladesh. Southee tosses the coin up and it lands in his favor. New Zealand will BAT FIRST. 

The visitors were of no match 

We are talking about the ODIs. The Kiwis were far too good and the scoreline of 3-0 proposes that. Bangladesh had their chances however you had the opportunity to grab them and in the event that you don't, you get the drubbing like Bangladesh got. 

Can they make something happen in the most limited format? Indeed, things change really rapidly. One good thump or one brilliant spell of bowling or even one piece of handling can change things around in a flash. Bangladesh will want to accomplish something to that effect in this game and bag their first success of the tour. Will they be able to do as such or will central participants less New Zealand keep on bossing the opposition? We will discover soon. Stay with us for the toss and team updates.