NZ U19 vs BAN U19 Dream 11 prediction: Fantasy cricket tips & playing XIs for New Zealand vs Bangladesh

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Author 2019-10-09 04:10:51


After taking an unassailable lead in the ongoing bilateral series, Bangladesh U-19 team will look to maintain their winning run in the fifth One Day International against New Zealand U-19 at the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln on Wednesday. The Tigers bagged a convincing 6 wicket in the series opener and took a 3-0 lead by winning the third and fourth ODI against the Kiwis to confirm their series win on New Zealand soil.

The hosts on the other will aim to salvage some pride in the penultimate clash of the six-match series against the Asia giants. Mahmudul Hasan Joy smashed a match-winning century to help the Tigers chase down 229 run target inside 37 overs as Bangladesh thrashed the Kiwis by 8 wickets in their previous outing at the same venue.

Here is all you need to know about the match:

Top picks:

Thomas Zohrab and Fergus Lellman are coming to tie after smashing centuries in each of their previous matches. Towhid Hridoy and Mahmudul Hasan are also hailed as the game changers and can change the course of the game on their heads. Both players' have a decent ODI resume which further boot their cases of getting picked in the upcoming game.

Captaincy options:

1) Towhid Hridoy

2) Fergus Lellman

3) Thomas Zohrab

Vice-Captaincy options:

1) Jesse Tashkoff

2) Akbar Ali

3) William Clark

4) Shamim Hossain

Wicketkeeper: Akbar Ali


1) Tanzid Hassan

2) Thomas Zohrab

3) Mahmudul Hasan Joy


1) Jesse Tashkoff

2) Avishek Das

3) Adithya Ashok,


1) Shamim Hossain,

2) Towhid Hridoy

3) Fergus Lellman

4) Jesse Tashkoff

Expected playing eleven:

Tanzid Hasan, Anik Sarker Shatu, Mahmudul Hasan Joy, Towhid Hridoy, Shahadat Hossain, Akbar Ali, Shamim Hossain, Shoriful Islam, Tanzim Hasan Sakib, Hasan Murad, Avishek Das.

Ollie White, Devan Vishvaka, Fergus Lellman, William Clark, Jesse Tashkoff, Jock McKenzie, Quinn Sunde, Adithya Ashok, Joey Field, Hayden Dickson, Kristian Clarke.


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