Bangladesh (BAN) and New Zealand (NZ) will meet each other in match 11 of ICC ODI World Cup 2023 at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on October 13.

New Zealand will enter into the contest on the back of two convincing wins and sitting at the top of the points table. Devon Conway has been the go-to batter for New Zealand as he has so far aggregated 184 runs in two games while Rachin Ravindra has scored 174 runs in two games.

Will Young scored a brilliant 70 against Netherlands in the second game while Mitchell Santner picked up his maiden fifer in World Cups, becoming the first New Zealand spinner to do so. The Kiwis will will be happy about the return of Kane Williamson to the squad as they look to continue their momentum against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh, on the hand, had a topsy-turvy tournament so far. They first defeated Afghanistan in the first game with the help of brilliant display from Najmul Santo and Shakib Al Hasan while Mehidy Hasan Miraz showed his all-round ability by picking a three wicket-haul and scoring a fifty.

However, their second game was contrasting as they were hammered by England courtesy of a Dawid Malan masterclass. England managed to score 364 in 50 overs courtesy of Malan and Joe Root’s efforts and while Litton Das and Mushfiqur Rahim managed to get fifties, their knocks went in vain as Bangladesh lost by margin of 137 runs. 

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Head-to-Head:

In 41 games played between the two teams, New Zealand dominate the contest with 30 wins while Bangladesh have won 10 games. One game has ended in no-result.

Matches Played

New Zealand Won

Bangladesh Won








Stats at MA Chidambaram Stadium

In 24 ODIs played here at the venue, the pacers have picked 205 at an average of 29.20 while spinners have picked 129 wickets at an average of 33.43. The teams batting first have won 14 games while teams chasing has won nine, with one game ending in no-result. The average score batting first batting score here is 231.

Matches Played


Won Batting First


Won Batting Second


Average First Innings Score


Highest Team Totals


Lowest team Totals


Match Won after winning toss


Match Won after losing toss


Highest Successful Chase



X Factors for NZ vs BAN

New Zealand: Devon Conway

Conway has been in sublime form in the recent times and has scored 184 runs in the two games so far in two games.  In 2023, Conway has scored 633 runs in 12 innings at an average of 63.30. Since the game is in Chennai and Conway is used to batting at the venue having played for Chennai Super Kings, he will be the X-factor for the game against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan

Shakib Al Hasan has scored 639 runs against New Zealand in 22 games at an average of 31.95 with two centuries and three fifties to his name. With the ball, he has picked up 37 wickets at a strike rate of 30.4. With the kind of performances he has given, Shakib will be the key for Bangladesh against New Zealand.

The Key Battles to watch out For:

Will Young vs Nasum Ahmed

In two innings, Will Young has scored 26 runs in 48 balls against Nasum Ahmed for two dismissals. Bangladesh will look to play Nasum in the upcoming game

Mushfiqur Rahim vs Trent Boult

In nine innings, Rahim has scored 62 runs in 100 balls against Boult and has been dismissed twice. He has pplayed 71 dot balls against the left-arm pacer. Williamson will probably use Boult in the middle overs to good extent.

NZ vs BAN Probable X1s:

New Zealand: Devon Conway, Will Young, Kane Williamson (c), Rachin Ravindra, Tom Latham (wk), Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Philiips, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Trent Boult, Lockie Feguson.

Bangladesh: Litton Das, Tanzid Hasan, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Shakib Al Hasan (c), Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Towrid Hridoy, Mahmudullah/ Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman/Nasum Ahmed.

Also Check : Live Score – New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 11th Match

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