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Bangladesh coach sees potential in team

'My vision is long-term' - Siddons

Jan 15, 2008: Jamie Siddons, the Bangladesh coach, has said the team's stunted progress in Tests is because of the previous team management's short-term goals

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

Fleming denies quit talk

Jan 14, 2008: Stephen Fleming, the former New Zealand captain, has denied that he is on the verge of retiring after rumours began circulating during the second Test against Bangladesh in Wellington

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Wellington, 3rd day

New Zealand coast to innings victory

Jan 14, 2008: There was no brave rearguard partnership, no stubborn resistance which delayed the inevitable on the third day in Wellington as New Zealand crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 137 runs in less than seven sessions

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Bangladesh sliding towards innings defeat

Jan 13, 2008: The Wellington Test seemed destined for the same conclusion as the first in Dunedin, with Bangladesh in danger of slipping to yet another defeat inside three days

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Wellington, 1st day

New Zealand in complete command

Jan 12, 2008: A familiar script played out on the opening day as Bangladesh crumbled to 143 all out and New Zealand took a firm grip of the second Test in Wellington

The Bulletin by George Binoy

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Wellington

New Zealand threaten repeat wipeout

Jan 11, 2008: Not satisfied by a nine-wicket win over Bangladesh last week, New Zealand aim to crush the visitors in the second Test starting at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Saturday

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New Zealand v Bangladesh 2007-08

Gillespie ruled out of second Test

Jan 10, 2008: Mark Gillespie aggravated the shoulder injury which forced him to miss the first Test against Bangladesh

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Dunedin, 3rd day

New Zealand storm to nine-wicket win

Jan 6, 2008: A four-pronged seam attack turned the Test quickly in the first session, grabbing the opposition by the scruff of the neck after a 161-run opening stand, before Daniel Vettori mopped up the tail quickly after lunch

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Dunedin, 2nd day

Young guns show the way

Jan 5, 2008: Jamie Alter talks to Mohammad Ashraful on Bangladesh's progress after a record opening stand between their young openers - Tamim Iqbal and Junaid Siddique

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Dunedin, 2nd day

Tamim and Siddique keep Bangladesh in the hunt

Jan 5, 2008: Inspired by a new-ball burst that checked New Zealand's lower order , Tamim Iqbal and Junaid Siddique bravely chipped away at a 220-run first-innings lead

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Dunedin, 1st day

Seamers and Bell put New Zealand ahead

Jan 4, 2008: New Zealand edged ahead of Bangladesh on a day when 14 wickets fell at Dunedin's University Oval, making its debut as a Test venue in the series opener, as the tourists struggled during the opening day of their first Test in six months

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Dunedin

Pitch the focus as New Zealand aim to change Test fortunes

Jan 3, 2008: New Zealand have the perfect chance to lift their sagging Test cricket fortunes when they face Bangladesh at the start a two-Test series in Dunedin on Friday.

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2007-08

'I have a lot of experience to offer' - Bell

Jan 2, 2008: Matthew Bell, the recalled New Zealand opener, hopes the next five years of his career are played out at the highest level

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2007-08

Bell makes comeback to Tests

Dec 31, 2007: Michael Papps, who opened with Craig Cumming in New Zealand's recent tour of South Africa, has been dropped, while Cumming, who suffered multiple facial fractures after mistiming a hook off Dale Steyn in the second Test, is part of the 12-man squad

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Queenstown

Vettori and McCullum thrash Bangladesh

Dec 30, 2007: Bangladesh were simply annihilated, a 3-0 sweep was completed, and the hosts went into the New Year in just the right groove for a busy season ahead

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

Bangladesh in New Zealand, 2007-08

Bracewell urged to pick Adams

Dec 30, 2007: Mark O'Donnell, the Auckland coach, has urged New Zealand's selectors to call-up allrounder Andrew Adams for the first Test squad

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Queenstown

'We will show you what we're capable of' - Ashraful

Dec 30, 2007: Mohammad Ashraful wants Bangladesh to give it all in the third and final one-day international at Queenstown after an "unacceptable" performance in the second match

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 3rd ODI, Queenstown

New Zealand aim for 3-0, weather permitting

Dec 30, 2007: New Zealand are determined to make a clean sweep of Bangladesh when the two sides meet for the third and final one-day international at the Queenstown Events Centre

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd ODI, Napier

Bangladesh could have chased harder - Vettori

Dec 29, 2007: New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori has said that Bangladesh could have shown more resolve in chasing a mammoth target of 336

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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 2nd ODI, Napier

Fulton and Mills star in series-clinching win

Dec 28, 2007: The second one-dayer in Napier turned out to be hopelessly one-sided as New Zealand's batsmen made best use of a placid surface to help register a 102-run win to take the series 2-0

The Bulletin by Kanishkaa Balachandran
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Tour Results
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Wellington - Jan 12-14, 2008
New Zealand won by an innings and 137 runs
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Dunedin - Jan 4-6, 2008
New Zealand won by 9 wickets
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Queenstown - Dec 31, 2007
New Zealand won by 10 wickets (with 264 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Napier - Dec 28, 2007
New Zealand won by 102 runs (D/L method)
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Auckland - Dec 26, 2007
New Zealand won by 6 wickets (with 44 balls remaining)
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