ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Match 9): Bangladesh vs New Zealand – Stats Preview
Bangladesh and New Zealand will face each other on Wednesday (5th June) during the match 9 of the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup at The Oval (London).
Both will play their second match of this tournament as both have started this tournament with the victories. New Zealand defeated Sri Lanka by ten wickets in their tournament opener, and Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs in their tournament opener.
Ahead of this day/night match, let’s look at some vital statistical preview of this match.
Teams’ recent ODI form
Bangladesh (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Lost, Won, Lost, Lost, Lost, Won, Won, Won, Won and Won.
New Zealand (in last ten matches; oldest to latest): Won, Lost, Lost, Lost, Won, Lost, Won, Won, Won and Won.
ODI records at The Oval (London)
Head-to-Head ODI records
Overall (34 matches): Bangladesh won 10 ODIs; New Zealand won 24 ODIs
At neutral venues (8 matches): Bangladesh won 2 ODIs; New Zealand won 6 ODI
In England (2 matches): Bangladesh won 1 ODI; New Zealand won 1 ODI
At The Oval, London: Never played
In the World Cup (4 matches): Bangladesh won 0 ODIs; New Zealand won 4 ODIs
In the last ten matches: Bangladesh won 2 ODIs; New Zealand won 8 ODIs
i) It will be the 350th international match for Mushfiqur Rahim. He will be the first Bangladesh cricketer to play 350 international matches.
Shakib Al Hasan
ii) It will be the 200th ODI match for Shakib Al Hasan. After Mashrafe Mortaza and Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan will be the third Bangladesh player to play 200 ODI matches.
i) It will be the 400th international match for Ross Taylor. Only Daniel Vettori (437 matches) and Brendon McCullum (432 matches) played 400+ international matches for New Zealand.
i) The left-arm pacer Trent Boult has taken 148 ODI wickets. With two more wickets, he will become the second New Zealand left-arm bowler to take 150 ODI wickets. The former left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori (297 wickets) was the first New Zealand bowler to take 150 or more ODI wickets.
i) The right-arm pacer Lockie Ferguson has already picked up 49 ODI wickets. With one more wicket, Ferguson will complete his 50 ODI wickets.
i) The right-arm pacer Tim Southee has taken 33 wickets in Cricket World Cup. With four more wickets, he will become the leading wicket-taker for New Zealand in Cricket World Cup history. Jacob Oram and Daniel Vettori are leading this table with 36 CWC wickets each.
ii) Tim Southee has already bagged 496 international wickets. He needs to take four more wickets to complete his 500 international wickets. Among the New Zealand bowlers, only Sir Richard Hadlee (589 wickets) and Daniel Vettori (696 wickets) picked up 500+ international wickets.