As we all know the 4th season of BPL T20 matches has been finished. This season was very interesting and full of thrill and we all witness the memorable victory of Dhaka Dynamites with 56 runs against Rajshahi kings. The BPL T20 matches was organized by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and featured seven teams. The season originally began on 4 November 2016 and ended on 9 December 2016 and totally 46 matches played in this season. The BPL T20 was inspired by the Indian Premier League (IPL). In the first tournament, total 6 franchises participated corresponding to the 6 divisions of Bangladesh. They were Dhaka Dynamites, Khulna Titans, Chittagong Vikings, Rajshahi Kings, Rangpur Riders, Comilla Victorians and Barisal Bulls.
Bangladesh is the country when people loves cricket and enjoy every cricket match. By end of BPL T20 matches it’s not end of joy and thrill, it’s just a beginning. There are many great matches coming soon who make people crazy. All we cricket lovers waiting for next excitement season Bangladesh-New Zealand series which will start on 26/12/2016. This most awaited series will end on 20/01/2016.
Both the team is good and has very great players. Both team is popular and comes in top ten team in the cricket world. There are one side Shakib al hasan, mashrafe mortaza, tamim on the other hand Brandon McCullum, Denial Vettori will fight in international arena of cricket. This will be great series. If we compare both the team according to ICC ranking then we see in test mach Bangladesh at 9th position seems weak then New Zealand which placed 6th rank. If we see ODI ranking, Bangladesh at 7th again looks poor then New Zealand who ranked 4th in world. And in T-20, New Zealand is far superior and placed no. 1 rank while Bangladesh placed at 10th position in ICC ranking.
So It would be hard for Bangladesh to won from New Zealand but surly it would very exciting game for cricket lover. Let’s see what will happen. You can see cricket prediction of this series on our site before match being played.
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