Bangladesh looking to create Twenty20 upset

Deepankar Kaur | cricket20

Bangladesh arrived in Hamilton ahead of tomorrows Twenty20 International against New Zealand talking up their chances of victory.

Tigers coach Jamie Siddons was looking forward to starting their tour of New Zealand with a victory.

"From my point of view, I expect us to win the one-day series, and win the Test match if we play well, without a doubt" he said.

"I think we are a good enough team to beat New Zealand. They are very different in the way they are going about their cricket," he added.

"A little discipline is there now and a lot more talent, a lot more skill to deal with international cricket."

Bangladesh arrive in New Zealand after an hard fought test series against India. Despite losing the series 2-0 there were a number of occasion during the first test where they had India in trouble.

The Tigers are captained by all rounder Shakib Al Hasan and his team of young players are a perfect fit for Twenty20 cricket and will pose a real danger to the Kiwis.

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