Bangladesh vs New Zealand head to head stats and records ODI 2023

New Zealand and Bangladesh are all set to face each other in Match No.11 of the World Cup 2023. The MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai will host the contest.

The Black Caps clearly have dominated the Tigers in the Bangladesh vs New Zealand head to head records, having won 30 out of 41 matches. Recently, the Kiwis beat Bangladesh 2-0 in the bilateral ODI series in the latter’s backyard.

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Matches Played41
New Zealand Won30
Bangladesh Won10
No Result1

Bangladesh vs New Zealand head to head team ODI records and stats

Ross Taylor, who has already retired from international cricket, is the leading run-scorer in ODIs between Bangladesh and New Zealand. Having scored 1010 runs, he is also the only batter to have scored above 100 runs in matches between the two teams.

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Bangladesh vs New Zealand head to head player stats (ODI)

ODI batting records

Most runs

Ross Taylor (NZ)1010
Mahmudullah (BAN)746
Tamim Iqbal (BAN)700
Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)677
Martin Guptill (NZ)657

Highest Individual score

Tom Latham (NZ)137
Mahmudullah (BAN)128 not out
Devon Conway (NZ)126
Martin Guptill (NZ)118
Martin Guptill (NZ)117 not out

Highest average (min. 10 innings)

Ross Taylor (NZ)56.11
Tom Latham (NZ)53.10
Kane Williamson (NZ)52.75
Martin Guptill (NZ)50.53
Sabbir Rahman (BAN)34.50

Most centuries

Martin Guptill (NZ)3
Tom Latham (NZ)2
Mahmudullah (BAN)2
Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)2
Ross Taylor (NZ)2
Neil Broom (NZ)1

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Most sixes

Ross Taylor (NZ)24
Martin Guptill (NZ)23
Jacob Oram (NZ)16
Mahmudullah (BAN)15
Brendon McCullum (NZ)14

ODI bowling records

Current Bangladesh skipper Shakib Al Hasan is the leading wicket-taker in matches between the two teams. He has picked up 37 wickets and has a chance to add to his tally in the upcoming contest. Kyle Mills and Daniel Vettori have picked up 33 and 31 wickets apiece.

Most wickets

Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)37
Kyle Mills (NZ)33
Daniel Vettori (NZ)31
Rubel Hossain (BAN)21
James Neesham (NZ)23

Best bowling figures

Rubel Hossain (BAN)6-26
Ish Sodhi (NZ)6-39
Tim Southee (NZ)6-65
Daniel Vettori (NZ)5-7
James Neesham (NZ)5-27

Best bowling average (Min 5 innings)

Jacob Oram (NZ)16.63
Kyle Mills (NZ)16.93
Daniel Vettori (NZ)19.45
James Neesham (NZ)22.60
Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)25.63

ODI Wicket-keeping records

Most dismissals (overall)

Brendon McCullum (NZ)36
Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)22
Tom Latham (NZ)13
Luke Ronchi (NZ)13
Khaled Mashud (BAN)7

Most dismissals (single match)

Brendon McCullum (NZ)5
Brendon McCullum (NZ)4 (2 times)
Litton Das (BAN)4
Khaled Mashud (BAN)3

ODI fielding records

Most catches (overall)

Mahmudullah (BAN)11
Trent Boult (NZ)9
Tamim Iqbal (BAN)9
Ross Taylor (NZ)9
Scott Styris (NZ)7

Most catches (single match)

Junaid Siddiqui (BAN)3
Seth Rance (NZ)3
Litton Das (BAN)3
Nathan Astle (NZ)2
Stephen Fleming (NZ)2

Individual ODI records

Most matches

Mahmudullah (BAN)29
Tamim Iqbal (BAN)28
Ross Taylor (NZ)25
Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)22
Mashrafe Mortaza (BAN)21

Bangladesh vs New Zealand: What happened in their last meeting?

On September 26, 2023, Bangladesh and New Zealand faced each other for the last time in ODIs. The Black Caps won the match by seven wickets at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

After opting to bat first, Bangladesh were bowled out for 171 in 34.3 overs. Barring Najmul Hossain Shanto, who returned after an injury layoff, none of the Tigers’ batters could make an impact.

Shanto looked fluent during his stay in the middle as he racked up his half-century off 55 balls. The southpaw went on to score 76 runs off 84 balls with 10 fours. Cole McConchie gave New Zealand the massive breakthrough by dismissing Shanto, who batted until the 32nd over.

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After Shanto departed, the Bangladesh lower order could not show any resistance whatsoever. Towhid Hridoy, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah scored 18, 18 and 21 respectively, but got out just when they were needed to carry on.

Adam Milne was the pick of the bowlers for New Zealand after he accounted for four scalps. He got the crucial wickets of Zakir Hasan, Hridoy, Mahmudullah and Shoriful Islam. McConchie lent him support by picking up two wickets.

New Zealand got off to a fluent start in their run-chase. Finn Allen and Will Young laid the platform with a partnership of 49 runs for the opening wicket off 9.2 overs. Thereafter, Shoriful Islam dismissed Allen and Dean Foxcroft to find himself on a hat-trick and put some pressure on the Black Caps.

From there on, Young and Henry Nicholls put on 81 runs for the third wicket to put the Kiwis in a position of command. Young went on to score his half-century off 64 balls. Nasum Ahmed dismissed Young, who won the Player of the Match award after scoring 70 runs off 80 balls with 10 fours and a six.

Nicholls, on the other hand, stayed not out on 50 off 86 with four fours and a six. Blundell chipped in with a handy cameo of 23 off 16 as New Zealand won with 15.1 overs to spare.

BAN vs NZ last match scorecard


TanzidC Allen b Boult5
ZakirB Milne1
ShantoLbw McConchie76
HridoyC Young b Milne18
MushfiqurB Ferguson18
MahmudullahC Blundell b Milne21
MahediC Blundell b Boult13
NasumSt Blundell b McConchie7
HasanLbw Ravindra1
ShorifulC Young b Milne1
KhaledNot Out0
ExtrasNb 3, w 710
Total34.3 overs171

New Zealand

AllenC Nasum b Shoriful28
YoungB Nasum70
FoxcroftB Shoriful0
NichollsNot out50
BlundellNot out23
ExtrasLb 2, w 24
Total34.5 overs175/3

Rohit is an experienced cricket writer based in India