Following an eventless season, in which the they played just 1 bilateral series, Bangladesh will gear up for a hectic New Zealand tour comprising of 3 One Day Internationals, 3 T20 Internationals and 2 Test matches.
Bangladesh lose their 3-match ODI series at home to a strong England side by a 1-2 scoreline. Given the variety and balance that the visitors possess in their lineup, there is every chance in the world that Bangladesh can cause problems for hosts New Zealand in their limited overs and Test series.
New Zealand will play 3 Tests away against Trans-Tasman rivals Australia prior to hosting Bangladesh. The first ODI will be played in Christchurch on Monday, December 26, followed by the 2nd and 3rd games on December 29 and 31 in Nelson. The first of the three T20Is will be contested in Napier on January 3, 2017, followed by the remaining two games in Mount Maunganui on January 6 and 8.
The Test series kicks off from January 12, with the first game at Wellington’s Basin Reserve. The 2nd and final Test will be contested at the Hagley Oval from January 20-24, 2017.
|1st ODI||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||December 26, 2016||22 00 GMT -1d||Christchurch|
|2nd ODI||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||December 29, 2016||22 00 GMT -1d||Nelson|
|3rd ODI||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||December 31, 2016||22 00 GMT -1d||Nelson|
|1st T20I||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||January 3, 2017||02 00 GMT||Napier|
|2nd T20I||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||January 6, 2017||02 00 GMT||Mount Maunganui|
|3rd T20I||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||January 8, 2017||02 00 GMT||Mount Maunganui|
|1st Test||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||January 12-16, 2017||21 30 GMT -1d||Wellington|
|2nd Test||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||January 20-24, 2017||21 30 GMT -1d||Christchurch|