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ODI World Cup 2023: New Zealand Sees Bangladesh As A Spin Threat At Chepauk

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The Blackcaps are having a major lift, as their original captain Kane Williamson and senior pace cricketer Tim Southee are ready to face the ODI challenge against Bangladesh on October 13. However, the teammates are looking forward to winning the competition.

New Zealand are firmly back on their wards and are hoping to increase their batting line-up to be capable enough against Bangladesh to consolidate their position in international cricket. The 11th match of the Cricket World Cup 2023 is being scheduled between New Zealand and Bangladesh on October 13 in Chennai.

In the absence of Kane, New Zealand is up 4 points, similar to that of India. But their NRRs are far different, as India has a total of 1500 and Blackcaps in 1958. Pakistan is also in the race with four points and a rate of 0.927, followed by South Africa [+2.040] and England [0.553].

However, New Zealand’s trainer, Gary Stead, has declared that Kane Williamson and Tim Southee will be in action against Bangladesh on Friday. The speedy recovery of Williamson will be fair enough for the Blackcaps to boost their winning chances in the ODI World Cup 2023.

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