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Dated this 8th day of October, 2013
Bangladesh don't often go into
the final match of a series with vic-
tory already secured. They are usu-
ally on the wrong end of a 2-0
scoreline, or as it has happened in
six contests against higher-ranked
sides, it is 1-1. This scoreline, how-
ever, is just one of several things
that's different about this series
against New Zealand.
After drawing the Tests 0-0,
Bangladesh have dominated New
Zealand completely in the limited-
overs games. They have played with
an inner strength drawn from
becoming a team of performers,
rather than depending on one or
two to do the job.
Naeem Islam, a last-minute
replacement for Shakib Al Hasan in
the first ODI, struck 84 and had an
important partnership with his cap-
tain Mushfiqur Rahim, who scored
90, his first half-century in nine
ODI innings. During the defence,
Rubel Hossain stunned New Zealand
by taking a hat-trick and a six-wick-
In the second ODI, Tamim Iqbal
scored a 50 but when Bangladesh
were beginning to slip, Sohag Gazi
and Mahmudullah took them to 247,
giving the bowlers a fighting chance.
This time Mashrafe Mortaza stepped
up. Playing an international series
after nearly a year on the sidelines
because of a heel injury, Mortaza
moved the ball significantly and
ensured New Zealand had a poor
start. Gazi and Abdur Razzak main-
tained pressure and Bangladesh took
the series with a game in hand.
"We will play the same way we
did during the first two matches.
We will not take things casually just
because the series has been won"
said Bangladesh offspinner Gazi.
Apart from an in-form Bangladesh
unit and the absence of Brendon
McCullum, out due to a sore back,
New Zealand will have to contend
with a questionable playing surface
as well in the final ODI today.
"We want to end ODI series on
a high. Everyone will be up no
doubt," said New Zealand pacer Kyle
The Fatullah Cricket Stadium has
been renovated, and the pitches have
been relaid. Several batsmen have
complained of very low bounce dur-
ing the Dhaka Premier League. The
average first-innings score in the
domestic one-day tournament is
195; in the second innings it is 157.
Public interest in this game is so
high that when hundreds of fans
were denied tickets at a local tick-
eting booth in Narayanganj near Fat-
ullah, they fought with police and
30 people were injured.
PERTH---Ian Bell and Jonathan Trott hit centuries
but the rest of England's middle order didn't fare
as well in a drawn three-day tour match against
the WACA Chairman's XI yesterday.
In its first match of the Ashes tour, England later
lost seven wickets for 61 runs to be all out for 391
in its first innings, 60 runs behind WA s 451-5
Bell hit 19 fours and two sixes before retiring on
115. Trott spent almost six hours at the crease to
make his unbeaten 113 off 236 balls.
England, preparing for the first Ashes test against
Australia beginning November 21 in Brisbane, is
set to recall skipper Alastair Cook, batsman Kevin
Pietersen, paceman Stuart Broad and spinner
Graeme Swann for next week s four-day match
against Australia A in Hobart. (AP)
Bell, Trott hit centuries
in drawn tour match
Sri Lanka will play two 50-over practice matches
in preparation for the ODI series against New
Zealand, at the Sinhalese Sports Club. A side con-
sisting of most of Sri Lanka's top players will take
on a virtual A team on November 5 and 7, before
the Sri Lanka squad travels to Hambantota for
the first ODI.
Dinesh Chandimal will lead the second-string
team, which also features Lahiru Thirimanne. Fast
bowler Shaminda Eranga, who was omitted from
the Sri Lanka squad for the series, and fellow seam
bowlers Suranga Lakmal and Thisara Perera will
also play for the second side. Middle-order batsman
Ashan Priyanjan will play for the top team.
Sri Lanka have not played any international cricket
since the home series against South Africa ended
in early August, but have in that time played a
first-class tri-series. The A team, which featured
several Sri Lanka players, has also played a home
tour of New Zealand A, and a Twenty20 series
against Kenya, during the hiatus.
The limited-overs series against New Zealand
features three ODIs, starting November 10, and
for S Lanka before
...as McCullum ruled out
Bangladesh aim for whitewash
Bangladesh team celebrate their series victory over New Zealand after the
second ODI in Mirpur on Thursday. The Bangladesh team heads into the final
match leading the series 2-0. PHOTO COURTESY ESPNCRICINFO
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