BD'S Limited Over Tour Of NZ : Dec.26-Jan 09, 2016/17

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  1. Mayank soni

    Mayank soni adjust by face

    Bangladesh will plays 3 ODI and 3 T20 followed with test series later on vs newzeland in NZ. team news coming up, Majority people not like bd but cricket is cricket

    Bangladesh in New Zealand 2016-17 December 15, 2016
    Broom, Ronchi recalled for Bangladesh ODI

    - Neil Broom is expected to slot in at No. 4 in New Zealand's line-up in the absence of Ross Taylor

    Batsman Neil Broom, who last played an ODI in March 2010, has been recalled to the New Zealand squad for the upcoming three-match series against Bangladesh, which starts from December 26.

    Wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi was also recalled in place of BJ Watling, who was excluded from the side. Two other players who were part of the squad for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy, batsman Henry Nicholls and legspinner Todd Astle, were also left out.

    NZ ODI squad

    Kane Williamson (capt), Trent Boult, Neil Broom, Lockie Ferguson, Colin de Grandhomme, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Colin Munro, James Neesham, Luke Ronchi, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee

    In: Neil Broom, Luke Ronchi

    Out: BJ Watling, Todd Astle, Henry Nicholls

    Broom had signed a two-year contract with Derbyshire in 2015, but chose to forego the second year to give himself another chance with New Zealand. The right-hand batsman is expected to slot in at No. 4 in place of Ross Taylor, who was ruled out after recently undergoing surgery on his left eye.

    I appreciate everything Derbyshire have done for me and have really enjoyed my time with the club," Broom said. "It was a tough call at the time. I had signed with Derbyshire for two years and I would've liked to see out the contract, but to get an international recall just outweighs it, so it was a pretty easy decision."

    Broom played 22 ODIs between January 2009 and March 2010, scoring 333 runs at an average of 17.22. He has also played 10 T20Is, with the last one against Sri Lanka in November 2013.

    When I first came in, I was overawed by everything and just really really wanted to do well and I put too much pressure on myself, so this time I'm not going to do that," Broom said. "I tell myself this might be my last game every time I go out there. It's probably something they tell you not to do, but you've got to enjoy every moment of it and try and have a couple of good years with the team."

    Broom is among the top run-getters in the 2016-17 Plunket Shield first-class tournament, having scored 354 runs in seven innings at an average of 59. In 2015-16, he topped the run charts in the List A competition, the Ford Trophy, scoring 508 runs in nine matches with three centuries and two fifties.

    Ronchi, too, was rewarded for recent form. After poor tours of India and South Africa, and a modest run since early 2015, Ronchi was left out for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy. Turning out for Wellington in the Plunket Shield, he scored a century and, on Thursday, struck an unbeaten 58 in a Super Smash match against Canterbury, which Wellington eventually lost in the one-over eliminator.

    Watling had scored 31 runs in the series against Australia, which New Zealand lost 3-0, while Nicholls played only one match, scoring 3. Astle was not given a game.

    New Zealand's chairman of selectors Gavin Larsen acknowledged that Ronchi was seen as the best ODI wicketkeeper in the country and both players added value to the side with their experience.

    With 12 years of domestic cricket under his belt and having previously spent time in the BlackCaps squad, Neil brings a lot of experience to the group," Larsen said. "Neil was the top run-scorer in the Ford Trophy competition last year, with an average of 84.66. He has an impressive strike-rate and obviously fills the number four role with Ross out injured.

    It's been pleasing to see Luke scoring runs for Wellington again and he returns as one of the most experienced members of the squad. At this stage we see him as the best ODI gloveman in the country and the leadership he brings to the group is also immensely valuable."

    The team will convene for a camp on December 23 and 24, with the first match scheduled for Boxing Day in Christchurch. The second and third ODIs will be played on December 29 and 31 in Nelson. The ODIs will be followed by three T20Is and two Tests.

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    Coming up BD team
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2016
  2. Mayank soni

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    As expected NZ trashed BD in the first game but bangers bats really well chasing 342 on difficult wicket.
    Tamim 38/ mushy 42 injured / Shakib 59/ Mossadeck 50 not out 264 all out.3 wits each to FERGUSON and Neesham.

    Earlier Latham hits his second ODI century (137) he put on over 150 with Colin Munro (87 off 61) for record 5th wicket.Shakib took 3 and Mustafizur return to international cricket with couple of wickets
     
  3. Mayank soni

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    Well BD missed great opportunity as NZ were restrict in 250, fine 109 not out from Neil Broom. Captain mortaza took 3 and shakib shine with ball,

    KAyes 59 and shabbir put on big stand as BD at one stage were 104 for 1 but un-nessasary run out back fire as BD Bowled out for further 84 runs.K.Williamson took 3 wickets in 5 over.NZ win series 2/0

    Final odi on sat,dec.31st.
     
  4. Mayank soni

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    well BD's honeymoon not over yet, they lost 5 matches in a ROW.C.Munro hits 52 ball 100 vs them today in t20.
     
  5. CoverDrive

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  6. squashed.bugaboo

    squashed.bugaboo Active Member

    ^ Shakib's catch on the boundary in one of those matches was spectacular. I didn't watch the match in case you're wondering (I don't watch T20s), have to clear that up. I just happened to catch the clip of that catch on Cricinfo's main page.
     
  7. Mayank soni

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    well I do not know which country you lived but only way you can watch lives,if you lived in either BD or NZ but yes you can listen Audio commentary anywhere from world at www.radiosports.com

    let me know on 12 th of this month I will Guide you if you wants to listen only on online.i know you watched Clip from cricinfo.
     
  8. squashed.bugaboo

    squashed.bugaboo Active Member

    Lol, they lifted your video.