New Zealand Playing 11 vs Bangladesh– ICC World Cup 2023, Match 11

Published - 13 Oct 2023, 02:26 PM

New Zealand Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 11
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New Zealand Playing 11 vs Bangladesh– ICC World Cup 2023, Match 11. New Zealand takes on Bangladesh on October 13, Friday in Chennai. The match starts at 2 pm IST. New Zealand will play their next two matches in Chennai against Bangladesh and Afghanistan in the ICC World Cup 2023.

New Zealand has won two out of two games so far. They beat England by nine wickets and the Netherlands by 99 runs. They have won all their five games against Bangladesh in World Cups.

Kane Williamson is likely to make a comeback in the Kiwi playing XI for this match. He was rested from the first two games as he was continuing his recovery. Tim Soutrhee will also make a comeback as his selection is more than certain as per Kiwi coach Gary Stead. Southee recently had surgery on his left thumb and is good to go as per sources.

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The return of the two stalwarts would certainly boost the team’s strength in both batting and bowling departments. They will also need to find a way to Ish Sodhi who did not play the first two games. The pitch at Chennai will help the spinners and the management should pick the two specialist spinners in the side.

New Zealand and Bangladesh have played 40 ODIs with the Kiwis winning 30 matches and the Tigers just 10. One match ended in a no-result. The Kiwis are expected to bring out another dominating performance, especially with the senior players expected to be back in the side.

New Zealand Playing 11 vs Bangladesh – ICC World Cup 2023, Match 11

Devon Conway

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Devon Conway will open the batting for New Zealand. He has already scored a century in the tournament and knows the Chennai pitch inside out. Conway has scored 184 runs in the first two games so far.

Rachin Ravindra

Rachin Ravindra
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Rachin Ravindra Can open the innings with Conway. The duo have batted well as a pair. Rachin also scored a century in the same match as Conway. Ravindra has scored 174 runs from the two matches he has played so far.

Kane Williamson (C)

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Kiwi coach Gary Stead has almost confirmed Williamson’s return to the playing XI. He played the practice games but was rested from the first two games more as a precautionary measure. He will bat at three.

Daryl Mitchell

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Mitchell will slot in at four. He scored 48 against the Netherlands. He can also roll his arm over if required. He can also bowl if required and can hit big down the order. He can play aggressively and also anchor the innings as per the situation.

Tom Latham (WK)

Tom Latham
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Latham will be back to being the specialist wicketkeeper-batter. He led in the first two games and won both of them as captain. The tricky training Chepauk pitch needs a batter like him who can grind an innings.

Mark Chapman

Mark Chapman
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Chapman can bat at six. He scored just five runs against the Netherlands. He has moved over from Hong Kong and has now started playing cricket for the Kiwis to prolong his international career.

Glenn Phillips

Glenn Phillips
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Phillips can slot in at seven. He is seen as a potential finisher in this Kiwi lineup. He is a brilliant fielder and can keep as well. He is also the backup keeper in the side. He scored just four against the Netherlands but is a far better batter.

Mitchell Santner

Mitchell Santner
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Santner will slot in at eight. He is also one of the two spinners to be playing in the XI. The left-arm spinner is well-known for the Chepauk conditions courtesy of his stint in the IPL with CSK. He scored 36 off 17 in the last match and picked up a fifer.

Tim Southee

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Tim Southee will also return to the playing XI. He also missed the first two games as he was recovering from his thumb injury after surgery. Southee is available for selection confirmed by Gary Stead. Southee will bat at nine.

Trent Boult

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Boult will lead the pace attack for New Zealand. He has a lot of experience of playing in World Cup conditions. He is two wickets shy of 200 ODI Wickets. He will bat at ten. He bowled a wicketless spell against the Netherlands.

Ish Sodhi

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Sodhi will conclude the likely New Zealand playing XI for their first game against Bangladesh. He did not play the first two games and should definitely play in the helpful Chepauk track.

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