Watch BD v NZ 2nd ODI full HD highlights today from Saxton Oval, Nelson (New Zealand) Thursday 29th December 2016. New Zealand won by 77 runs in first match now today Bangladesh won the toss and chose to bowl first. In their first game New Zealand had won the toss and batted first, now they are batting first again which looks not good for Bangladesh. TWM Latham 137 runs innings took New Zealand far away from danger but all others also batted good. New Zealand lost seven wickets and scored 341 runs other side Shakib Al Hasan and Mosaddek Hossain these two were in some good form.
Tamim Iqbal give Bangladesh a good start with scoring 38 runs off 59 balls and four wickets were dismissed at 88 but after that Bangladesh batted so good. Shakib Al Hasan scored 59 runs off 54 balls and out when 27.3 one shot too many. Ferguson continues with the short ball – this time he gets one to rise up to the chest, the line is on off stump as well. That means the pull is a dangerous shot, the batsman can’t get any leverage. The top edge seems academic and Southee completes a simple catch moving to his left at midwicket 144/5.
Toss: Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field
New Zealand team
MJ Guptill, TWM Latham, KS Williamson*, NT Broom, JDS Neesham, C Munro, L Ronchi†, MJ Santner, TG Southee, LH Ferguson, TA Boult.
Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Mahmudullah, Shakib Al Hasan, Nurul Hasan†, Sabbir Rahman, Mosaddek Hossain, Mashrafe Mortaza*, Taskin Ahmed, Tanbir Hayder, Subashis Roy
Match Timings: 11:00 local (22:00 GMT -1d)
Video availability timeout.
The Saxton Oval pitch is regarded slower than most in New Zealand. Still, the stats favour the team batting second; in the six completed ODIs here, five teams, including Bangladesh, have chased successfully. In the previous completed game here, 12 months ago, Sri Lanka eclipsed New Zealand’s 276 with 22 balls to spare. Thursday’s forecast for Nelson is clear of rain.
Keeper Nurul Hasan has replaced Mushfiqur Rahim, whose absence will be felt more in the middle order. Bangladesh could also be looking at either Mehedi Hasan or Tanbir Hayder to add to their bowling line-up on a relatively slower Nelson pitch, with Soumya Sarkar most at risk of losing his place. New Zealand are unlikely to rest Tim Southee and Trent Boult at this stage, which would mean Matt Henry and Colin de Grandhomme would have to keep waiting for their turn.
Bangladesh tour of New Zealand, 2nd ODI Highlights
ODI no. 3815 | 2016/17 season
Played at Saxton Oval, Nelson
29 December 2016 (50-over match)
Umpires – CM Brown and PR Reiffel (Australia)
TV umpire – C Shamshuddin (India)
Match referee – BC Broad (England)
Reserve umpire – WR Knights