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New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women in 3rd T20I

Updated: Dec 8, 2022

New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women in 3rd T20I by 11ic

December 7, at the John Davies Oval in Queenstown, New Zealand Women and Bangladesh Women will square off in the third T20 International. The White Ferns are now aiming for a clean sweep as they have already wrapped up the series after winning the first two games handily. The hosts would also want to watch out for any signs of complacency.

With the bat and the ball, New Zealand has been absolutely outstanding. In what has been their best performance so far, they were able to skittle out the Asia team for a pitiful 32 runs, while successfully defending 164 runs, thus winning by an impressive margin of 132 runs against them in the first game.

The Bangladeshis, on the contrary, have a lot of work to do and must compete fiercely in this meaningless match to save face by claiming a consolation victory. In advance of the upcoming three One Day Internationals against the same opposition, a victory here would significantly boost their confidence.

The series' first game saw New Zealand captain Sophie Devine score a match-winning 45 runs off 34 deliveries, despite the fact that she only managed to score 19 runs in the last match. She is one of the Kiwis' most dangerous batters, especially at home, and once she is seated properly at the crease, she is practically unstoppable.

Lea Tahuhu has long been a standout player for New Zealand when she has the ball in her hands. In the most recent game, she excelled, taking a match-winning four-wicket haul to finish with 4/6 from her four overs and a startling economy rate of 1.5 percent.

The John Davies surface is expected to have a balanced wicket. The pitch might help the bowlers a little bit early on, and as the game progresses, batting might get a little bit better. The captain who wins the toss will decide who bats first as each team will attempt to utilize its advantages.

New Zealand Women - Amelia Kerr, Suzie Bates, Georgia Plimmer, Jess Kerr, Sophie Devine, Maddy Green, Isabella Gaze, Lauren Down, Hayley Jensen, Lea Tahuhu, Eden Carson.

Bangladesh Women - Nigar Sultana, Fargana Hoque, Ritu Moni, Sobhana Mostary, Murshida Khatun, Fahima Khatun, Shohely Akhter, Rumana Ahmed, Salma Khatun, Shanjida Akter, Jahanara Alam.

3rd T20I New Zealand Women vs Bangladesh Women 2022 happened at John Davies Oval, in Queenstown, Otago in the South Island of New Zealand.

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