Bangladesh vs New Zealand: 4th T20I Betting Tips & Predictions

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Fourth T20I Betting Tips & Predictions
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Chief Editor, Shane Hand

Last updated on 9th September 2021

Published: 07/09/2021

Categories: Cricket, Predictions

Here comes the top online cricket betting odds and predictions for the final T20! The pitches in Bangladesh have been a batsman’s nightmare so far this series – another low-scoring affair on Sunday saw the hosts bowled out for 76 in pursuit of a meagre 128 runs.

Read our Bangladesh vs New Zealand betting predictions ahead of the 4th Twenty20 International. It all kicks off at 3.30 pm IST on 8th September at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur.


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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Betting Odds

Let’s take a look at today’s cricket betting tips – it won’t surprise you to read that I’m backing the bowlers to come out on top here. The average first innings score across each of the three matches is just 109.6 runs – and the slow and sticky wickets are perfect for both sets of wily and well-versed bowlers to suffocate and strangle any hint of aggression from the batting lineups.

I’m going with a Bangladesh win to make it 3-1 in the series!

Bet Odds Site
Match-winner:  Bangladesh 1.52 10CRIC
Toss winner: Bangladesh 1.89 10CRIC
HOT BET! Mustafizur Rahman top Bangladesh bowler 3.40 10CRIC

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Bangladesh Team News

No injuries to speak of for Bangladesh, but there will be some hard questions asked of an experienced line-up succumbing to a young New Zealand side with such ease.

Only Mushfiqur Rahim could reach any respectable score, hitting 20 not out from 37 balls as wickets fell around him.

Mohammad Saifuddin topped the bowling stats, claiming 2 for 28 from seven overs.

The disappointing defeat could force the hand of some Bangladeshi selectors into some changes – spinner Aminul Islam Biplob and all-rounder Shamim Hossain are both tipped to come in.

Bangladesh Likely XI

Mohammad Naim, Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah (c), Nurul Hasan (wk), Shamim Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Shoriful Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Aminul Islam Biplob.

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New Zealand Team News

After a chastening first couple of games, this was a welcome respite for the Kiwis, who bowled brilliantly well to defend 128.

Ajaz Patel got 4 for 16 and a man of the match award to boot, while Cole McConchie also picked up 3 for 15 in a dominant display by the fielding unit.

Skipper Tom Latham will be relieved to see his bowlers come to his side’s batting efforts – they are yet to post a meaningful score in this series.

New Zealand Likely XI

Henry Nicholls, Will Young, Rachin Ravindra, Tom Latham (c / wk), Tom Blundell, Cole McConchie, Colin de Grandhomme, Doug Bracewell, Scott Kuggeleijn, Hamish Bennett, Ajaz Patel.

Venue & Conditions

The pitches have come in for quite a bit of stick so far – low-scoring, turgid affairs have been a regular occurrence this summer, and observers will be hoping for a fairer fight between bat and ball. Thunderstorms are forecast throughout the day on Wednesday, with rain precipitation chances up at 59%. Here’s hoping we get a result!

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Head To Head

Before this series, the Tigers had never won a match against the Black Caps – by winning their first two matches of the series, they have pulled back the deficit to eight at 10 games to New Zealand and two to Bangladesh.

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Fourth T20I Head to Head Statistics 2021

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Toss Prediction

New Zealand won the toss for the second time in the series last time out to continue their overall dominance in this crucial part of proceedings over the Tigers. In total, the Black Caps have won the toss 10 times against Bangladesh’s three correct calls. I’m fancying the Black Caps to seize on the momentum of their last win and bag another coin flip here.

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Fourth T20I Toss Winners Prediction 2021

Bangladesh 3 23.08%
New Zealand 10 76.92%

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Winner Prediction

Recommended Bet: Back Bangladesh to win @ 1.52 with 10CRIC

The price may be a little short, but I can’t see the Tigers performing as poorly with the bat as they did on Sunday.

Mushfiqur Rahim is a natural talent, and he needs another player to hold up an end and contribute for the hosts to reach a challenging and defendable total. To that end, I’m going with a comfortable Tigers victory, and I’m going to place my match-winner bet at 10CRIC. There is an excellent range of markets at competitive prices, both pre-match and in-play.


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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Hot Bet

Recommended Bet: Back Mustafizur Rahman as top bowler @ 3.40 with 10CRIC

This won’t be the most surprising of Bangladesh vs New Zealand predictions, but I’m going with a spin bowler to top the rankings for Bangladesh. He wasn’t at his best in his spell on Sunday, claiming 1-28 from his four overs – but he’s too good not to have a say on the outcome of any match he plays.

The pitch should be slow and difficult – I’m banking on Rahman to find the magical balls he needs to get multiple breakthroughs!

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Fun Stats

  • Bangladesh have never won a Twenty20 international against New Zealand.
  • The only New Zealand player to have international minutes in Bangladesh is Hamish Bennett.
  • The collective batting average for the Bangladesh order has fallen from 28.82 (vs Zimbabwe) to 15.97 (vs Australia) to currently 14.68 (vs New Zealand).
  • Upon winning their first-ever Twenty20 international against New Zealand earlier in the series, Bangladesh received a congratulatory message from the country’s prime minister Sheikh Hasina.