Ajaz Patel
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BAN vs NZ Live- How To Watch The Match In Your Country? New Zealand tour of Bangladesh, 2021. New Zealand made a strong comeback in the five-match T20 series against Bangladesh after beating the latter by 52 runs in the third game. With that win, New Zealand now trails by a margin of 1-2 in the series with two games left to be played.

Finn Allen was brought into the side for the third game and he ensured the BlackCaps get to a quick-fire start. He smashed three boundaries during his 15-run knock before Muztafizur sent him back in the third over. Rachin Ravindra, on the other hand, played cautiously during his 20-ball 20-run knock. Will Young added 20 more runs to the total, while Colin de Granhomme went back for a duck- his third low score in the series.

Finn Allen
Finn Allen. Image Credits: Twitter

Tom Latham starred for the BlackCaps in the last game but got out cheaply after making only 5 runs. Henry Nicholls and Tom Blundell, however, stitched an important partnership to give New Zealand bowlers something to bowl at. New Zealand finished their innings at 128 for 5 in 20 overs. Henry Nicholls played an unbeaten knock of 36 runs off 29 balls, while Tom Blundell scored 30 off 30 balls.

The second innings saw the Kiwi spinners spinning a web around Bangladeshi batsmen. Ajaz Patel broke Bangladeshi’s back, claiming four wickets out of the top seven. McConchie too chipped in three wickets for 15 runs in 4 overs. Mushfiqur Rahim stayed unbeaten at 20 off 37 balls, however, he found little support at the other end. Bangladeshi batsmen were guilty of playing too many loose shots. They were eventually bundled out for 76 runs.

The fourth T20 international between the two sides will be played on Wednesday at Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka.

BAN vs NZ Live- How To Watch The Match In Your Country? New Zealand tour of Bangladesh, 2021

Tom Latham, Bangladesh vs New Zealand Prediction
Tom Latham. Image Credits: Twitter

In India

The fans in India can stream all the games live on the Fan Code app. Unfortunately, no broadcaster acquired the right to telecast it on TV.

In Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, the series will be telecasted live on T Sports, B TV, and Gazi TV.

In New Zealand

The five-match T20 series in New Zealand will be telecasted live on BT Sport. They have also been streaming live it on their internet channels.

In Australia

The fans in Australia can watch the fans on TV on Fox Sports.