Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I Betting Tips 08/09/2021

September 7, 2021
Zohaib Ahmed
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Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I Betting Tips 08/09/2021

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Just when the series was on the verge of being lost, New Zealand came alive, winning the third T20I and ensuring that the fans did not have to go through the agony of watching dead rubbers.

It still wasn’t their best performance – at least not with the bat – yet they got the win, which matters the most. They owed everything to a pair of batters and a pair of bowlers.

First up was the pairing of Henry Nicholls and Tom Blundell, who rescued the Kiwi batting from 62-5 in the 11th over to 128-5 by the end of 20th.

Then, it was the spin duo Ajaz Patel and Cole McConchie, who shared seven wickets between themselves to give Bangladesh a taste of their own medicine.

The Black Caps are back in the series but it does not in any way mean that they are not susceptible to meltdowns. Truth be told, such has been the state of wicket during this series that any batting unit can collapse regardless of their talent and resolve.


As mentioned above, Bangladesh were served a taste of their own medicine and they must not have liked how bitter it was.

Their plan for these pre-World Cup home series against Australia and New Zealand was to prepare the most spin-friendly of pitches as possible. The plan was working perfectly as they had lost just one of their last seven T20Is up until the last game when New Zealand learned the trick for themselves.

The two-headed spin monster of Patel and McConchie wreaked havoc, sending batsman after batsman from the hosts’ line-up in a spin (pun intended) and inflicting on their hosts the ignominy of being bundled out for a mere 76 runs at home.

Patel, in particular, was unplayable at times as he picked up four wickets – all of recognized batsmen – for just 16 runs. McConchie cleaned up the lower-order batsmen as the Tigers exited the match with their tails between their legs.

For the first time in a while, the hosts have a real problem to resolve – a problem that they created themselves.

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Bangladesh are the favourites for the fourth T20I. 22Bet has Bangladesh priced at 1.575 and New Zealand at 2.39. MelBet has Bangladesh available for 1.57 and New Zealand for 2.375. Lastly, Dafabet has Bangladesh priced at 1.56 and New Zealand at 2.50.

Tipster’s Angle

Tip: Bangladesh to win @ 1.575

We realise that we’re backing a side that got out for just 76 runs in the last game. That said, it does not change the fact that Bangladesh are the stronger unit of the two. Against a regular New Zealand side it would have been no question who’s the more talented of the two. But this is a significantly watered down version of New Zealand. Granted that the Tigers just suffered a major humiliation but it was the first time in a while they got a scare from. Now that they have the wakeup call, they should respond. The play can be found on 22Bet.

Tip: Shakib Al Hasan Total Runs Over (17.5)

Shakib had contributed in double figures all through the Australia series and the opening two T20Is of New Zealand series until he got out on a second-ball duck in the last match. A player of his caliber should respond the very next game. We expect him to cover the rather modest 17.5-run spread in the fourth T20I. The play can be found on 22Bet.


Parts of New Zealand were great in the last match and part were ordinary. We do not expect the extraordinary parts to hold that level and also do not expect the struggling cogs to do any differently. Thus, a Bangladesh victory makes more likely to us.

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