Live score, playing lineups, toss prediction, and where to watch for the BAN vs. NZ second ODI

New Zealand have won the throw and have decided to bat first.

BAN versus NZ, second ODI: Group news
Bangladesh to go on with a similar XI from the last match including rebound men Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar and Mahmudullah. Litton Das marshaled his soldiers well in the primary match while driving the side instead of normal captain Shakib Al Hasan, who’s refreshed for the series. The travelers were diminished to 136-5 preceding the downpour had played a spoilsport.

Mustafizur Rahman, who was once the lynchpin of the speed assault, has essentially gone down the food chain during their quick bowling renaissance under Allan Donald. He demonstrated his backbone in the drapery raiser game with figures of 7-27-3. Pacer Khaled Ahmed gets a game instead of gloveman Nurul Hasan. Litton will keep wickets.

In the thing was a disappointing batting exertion, two or three vacationers sparkled with the willow. Will Youthful top-scored with a sketchy 58 (91) while Henry Nicholls made a commitment of 44 (57). In any case, never were the Kiwis ready to break liberated from the grip of the hosts. They will likewise play a similar group except if there’s a physical issue alarm. The ‘Blackcaps’ have kept their group unaltered.

BAN versus NZ, second ODI: Playing XIs
Bangladesh: Tamim Iqbal, Litton Das (c) (wk), Tanzid Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Mahmudullah, Towhid Hridoy, Mahedi Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Mustafizur Rahman, Khaled Ahmed

New Zealand: Finn Allen, Will Youthful, Chad Bowes, Henry Nicholls, Tom Blundell (wk), Rachin Ravindra, Cole McConchie, Ish Sodhi, Kyle Jamieson, Lockie Ferguson (c), Trent Boult

Match forecast – The present Bangladesh-New Zealand live match
Bangladesh and their blissful hunting ground Mirpur is a perfect pair. Notwithstanding looking corroded during their disheartening Super Fours exit in Asia Cup 2023, the bowlers had the option to turn the intensity on Lockie Ferguson’s men in the last game.

The way to New Zealand’s prosperity lies by they way they will handle the more slow bowlers on the serene, low wicket of Sher-e-Bangla arena. They might want to stop the undesirable 13-year away series of failures against the ‘Tigers’: they lost 0-4 out of 2010 and 0-3 out of 2013.

The second ODI is supposed to be a saltine of a challenge with Bangladesh having their nose somewhat ahead