Bangladesh Vs NZ T20 World Cup: Gazi TV, BTV, Star Sports live streaming and Cricket live score

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Bangladesh who faced an unexpected defeat against India in a margin of a single run will be taking on New Zealand in their last match on March 26, 2016. Mashrafe Mortaza’s team who faced losses in all the match they played will be trying hard to end their campaign in a winning note. The match will begin at03.00 PM in Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

After the match against India, Mashraffe Mortaza had told that it was inexperience which made them lose the crucial encounter against India. He even added that the team had a golden opportunity to defeat India, that too in front of more than 40,000 host supporters.

Tamim Iqbal, Sabbir Rahman, Shakib Al Hasan and Mahmudullah; all have shown glimpses of form in this tournament, but it was bad luck and lack of handling pressured situations which spoiled the course of Bangladesh in this tournament.

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Tamim Iqbal

On the other hand, Kane Williamson’s team is touted to the best team in this tournament so far. For the team, only Martin Guptill has scored a half century, but it is the team performance which makes them top-notch when compared to other sides. The team is strong in both batting and bowling.

Kane Williamson and his boys successfully defended their scores three times in a row, and this clearly indicates the depth of their bowling.

Star Sports and Gaazi TV will show the match live in India and Pakistan respectively, starting from 03.00 PM IST.

Watch the game live stream online on PTV Sports here or HERE.

For global viewers, Star Sports will be live telecasting in India and other Asian Countries.

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Look at the match live stream online on Star Sports here

Spinners in the Kiwi side, Mitchell Santner and Ish Sodhi were quite exceptional so far in this tournament. Both of them have picked 13 wickets as of now, and that too with a healthy economic rate under six.

Both Bangladesh and New Zealand are expected to stick onto the same eleven which played their previous match.
The match will be live streamed by Sky Sports in New Zealand, (10.30 PM NZDT).


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