Bangladesh vs New Zealand, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 9 Live Cricket Score,5 June 2019
Series: ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
Venue: Kennington Oval,London
Date & Time: Jun 05, 01:30 PM LOCAL
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their opening matches of this tournament. In Cardiff, New Zealand blew Sri Lanka away with the pace of Matt Henry and Lockie Ferguson, registering a victory within just 45.3 overs of play, whilst Bangladesh out-fought and out-thought South Africa in a far better game at The Oval, registering a famous win on the back of some excellent batting and dogged bowling. The challenge for both teams now, however, is the same. To keep the good times rolling.
Both these opening game victories have put the rest of the tournament on notice. Neither team can now be written off, hopes of a semi-final berth a real possibility for each. With that extra attention, however, will come more focus, more intensity from opposition teams. As Shakib Al Hasan said after Bangladesh’s win against South Africa, whereas before they might have been able to go about their business out of the spotlight, that’s not the case now. Other teams will be coming for them.
New Zealand certainly will, looking to burnish a fine recent record against Bangladesh. The teams have played nine games since the last World Cup and Kane Williamson’s men have won seven of them, including the three-nil clean sweep they registered when the two teams locked horns in New Zealand earlier this year. The last time the two teams met in tournament cricket, however, Bangladesh emerged on top, beating New Zealand by five wickets in Cardiff during the 2017 Champions Trophy.
Perhaps the most interesting match-up will be between New Zealand’s aggressive quicks and Bangladesh’s top order. Before Sunday’s game at The Oval, South Africa were happy to let Bangladesh know their plan was to bounce them early and often and while a New Zealand side captained by the understated, modest Williamson is less in your face, the plan might be similar. Against South Africa, openers Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar took the challenge on and won. Whether they can do the same against New Zealand remains to be seen.
Williamson’s men will surely be tested far more than the Sri Lankans managed in the Welsh capital but it was a dominant display nonetheless. Ferguson bowled quickly and Henry responded to receiving a shellacking in the final warm-up match against West Indies with a much improved, three-wicket display. At The Oval, however, they are unlikely to have conditions as much in their favour – the pitch in Cardiff was green and it was a 10.30am start – and Bangladesh’s batsmen will certainly not be as meek and mild.
Live TV Channel:
Sony Six and Sony Six HD to broadcast live coverage of Windies and Bangladesh in Ireland Tri-Series 2019 in India and its subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives, and Bhutan) countries; all matches streamed live in the Indian subcontinent on SonyLiv digital platform (Website, App).
Cricket viewers in the United States can watch Windies and Bangladesh in Ireland Tri-Series 2019 on Willow TV and in the United Kingdom, TV coverage will be shown exclusively live on BT Sport. BT Sport has acquired a free-to-air rights package that includes daily highlights of international matches. BT Sport has bagged exclusive telecast rights for all Australian International matches played in Australia; they also acquired OTT (Audio, Video, and other media services via the internet) right.
Fox Sports and Seven Network holds the official broadcasting rights of the series in Australia, Foxtel Sports will stream the match live for its subscribers in Australia. Cricket viewers in Australia will also be able to watch the series against Sri Lanka on Cricket Australia official website and the CA Live app via Kayo Sports, live radio coverage from the ABC and Macquarie networks will also be streamed on Cricket Australia official website, and the CA Live app. Cricket fans in Bangladesh can watch matches live broadcast on Gazi TV (GTV). Gazi Television which is officially known as GTV is a Bengali language digital cable television.
SuperSport to telecast live coverage of Windies and Bangladesh in Ireland Tri-Series 2019 in South Africa; all matches live streamed on the SuperSport digital platform (Website, App). OSN Sports Cricket HD have TV rights to provide live coverage of matches in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Countries.
India & Subcontinent: Sony Six, Sony Six HD, SonyLiv
New Zealand: SKY Sport NZ
Pakistan: PTV Sports
UK: Sky Sports Cricket
South Africa: SuperSport
Canada: ATN Cricket Plus (Asian Television Network), CBN
USA: Willow TV