Preview: Bangladesh will be looking for a famous new scalp when they take on a weakened New Zealand side in a Twenty20 series starting Wednesday.
Bangladesh beat Australia 4-1 due to a T20 series this month strong bowling performances, and New Zealand expects the home side’s spin and slow seam line-ups to be back on the offensive.
Another straight win would be a big boost for Bangladesh ahead of the T20 World Cup in the United Arabs Emirates, which starts in less than two months.
The home side have never beaten their opponents in ten attempts in a T20. New Zealand won the only one of these games played in Bangladeshi territory, with 15 runs in 2013.
Injury-stricken Australia found out how difficult Bangladeshi slow bowlers can be when they first played one this month Series rushed against them.
New Zealand, which has no members of its T20 World Cup roster, is poised for a similar strategy.
« We have an idea of how we think they’ll play based on a look at it and the recent Australian series, « said substitute coach Glenn Pocknall.
» We are probably preparing for a slow and low wicket like the Australian series. We are not used to that. But if it’s a little more Has pace and bounce, we will be very happy with it. «
Hit coach Ashwell Prince said New Zealand will also use the Australian series to prepare for their counter-tactics.
» They are a street-oriented T. eam who meticulously plans against every batsman, bowler and pitch, « he said.
Bangladesh was strengthened by the return of Mushfiqur Rahim and Liton Das, who missed the Australia series due to strict Covid-19 protocol The games will be played behind closed doors on September 1st, 3rd, 5th, 8th and 10th in the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.
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Cairns, 51, suffered life-threatening heart disease this month when a tear developed in the lining of a large artery.
Henry was originally only supposed to take part in later games in Pakistan, but will now leave New Zealand for Bangladesh on Monday.
New Zealand will arrive in Islamabad on September 11th to play three ODIs and five T20 Internationals in Rawalpindi and Lahore by October 3rd.
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