Bangladesh vs New Zealand: prediction and bets on T20I 2021, September 8, 2021
Bangladesh hosts the men’s cricket series against New Zealand, which will resume with the 4th Twenty20 International, on September 8, at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka, starting at 4:00 p.m. local time (12 p.m. Moscow time).
Rain and thunderstorms are anticipated in Dhaka on match day, but the weather has been kind thus far, with only a few appearances of the rain in the series. We anticipate a contest with no interruptions. The Sher-e-Bangla pitch was becoming square, with odd balls bouncing unevenly and staying a little low. The match will be dominated by spinners, and any score of more than 120 runs will be difficult to chase down here.
Those batting first have had a lot more comfort than teams batting second, and spinners are taking advantage of the sluggish conditions in the second innings to strangle the batsmen.
To break Bangladesh’s domination in its backyard, New Zealand put on a spectacular exhibition with the bat and ball, fighting spin with spin in the 3rd match. The ’Kiwis’ out-batted and out-bowled the home team and appeared well prepared for the conditions. They will want to win this game and tie the series to force a decider. Bangladesh seemed to be tested for the first time on home soil and will try to crush the visiting side in this match to win the series 3-1.
The current form of Bangladesh Last time, Bangladesh was bowled out for just 76 runs in a 129-run chase after failing to force the scoring rate with the bat. Mushfiqur Rahim top-scored with 20 runs, while eight players were dismissed for single-digit scores as they went from 23/0 to 76/10 in the game after continuously losing wickets. Shakib Al Hasan, Nasum Ahmed, Mahudullah, and Mahedi Hasan of Bangladesh had combined bowling stats of 12-0-76-2 and were unable to regularly take wickets in good conditions. Mustafizur Rahman and Mohammed Saifuddin took three wickets each, but they handed up over seven runs per over, which was costly in the context of the outcome.
The current form of New Zealand In the difficult circumstances, New Zealand’s top three - Finn Allen (15 runs), Rachin Ravindra (20 runs), and Will Young (20 runs) - kept the scoreboard ticking, but they suffered a minor collapse from 46/1 to 62/5. Henry Nicholls (36 runs) and Tom Blundell (30 runs) embarked on a 66-run unbroken stand to help them to a respectable score of 128/5.
With combined scores of 12-0-44-8 in the match, New Zealand’s spin combination of Ajaz Patel, Cloe McConchie, and Ravindra outsmarted Bangladesh’s spinners. Scott Kuggleijn and Jacob Duffy both bowled wonderfully too, with Colin De Grandhomme taking the final wicket.
With their batters rotating the strike well and occasional boundaries at the top of the order, New Zealand came up great. Despite a collapse, its middle order held up, and it was the deciding factor in the last game. Bangladesh’s batting has been inconsistent, while its spinners have been outplayed by New Zealand’s spinners. We expect New Zealand to continue its winning ways in this match and bring the series to a 2-2 tie. For that, BetMGM, a bookmaker with several betting bonuses on offer (such as a $10 free bet every week), put a generous odd of 2.40.
Results of the forecast
Forecast failed. Bangladesh Victory