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New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Napier

Oram onslaught knocks Bangladesh out

Feb 5, 2010: A fearsome assault from Jacob Oram, and his damaging partnership with Neil Broom, helped New Zealand crush Bangladesh by 146 runs in the first ODI in Napier

The Bulletin by Andrew Fernando

New Zealand v Bangladesh, 1st ODI, Napier

No way but up for Bangladesh

Feb 4, 2010: Bangladesh have had a forgettable 2010 so far, and their record in New Zealand is also dreadful. This is their chance to change that

The Preview by Siddarth Ravindran

New Zealand v Bangladesh, Twenty20, Hamilton

New Zealand gun down woeful Bangladesh

Feb 3, 2010: There was little joy for Bangladesh as they suffered major humiliation at the hands of New Zealand in the series opener at Seddon Park

Andrew Fernando

New Zealand news

My role limited to events on the field - Vettori

Feb 2, 2010: Daniel Vettori may have several responsibilities within the New Zealand team's set-up, but believes that his role is not very different from that of other international captains

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand v Bangladesh, Twenty20, Hamilton

Bangladesh look to create an upset

Feb 2, 2010: In a format that is right up their alley, Bangladesh will entertain thoughts of upsetting New Zealand in the Twenty20 fixture in Hamilton

The Preview by Nitin Sundar

Bangladesh in New Zealand 2009-10

Fever rules Mortaza out of New Zealand series

Feb 1, 2010: Bangladesh fast bowler Mashrafe Mortaza will not be making the trip to New Zealand, owing to a bout of fever, coach Jamie Siddons confirmed

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand news

Greatbatch makes batting his top priority

Jan 30, 2010: Less than a day into his role as New Zealand coach, Mark Greatbatch has chalked out an immediate priority: to help the pool of batsmen play to the top of their game

Nagraj Gollapudi

New Zealand news

Greatbatch steps into New Zealand coaching role

Jan 30, 2010: Mark Greatbatch's first duties as coach of New Zealand will come against Bangladesh next week

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh in New Zealand 2009-10

Mortaza's departure delayed due to fever

Jan 29, 2010: Mashrafe Mortaza's departure for New Zealand has been delayed owing to a bout of fever

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand news

Groin injury rules Jesse Ryder out of IPL

Jan 28, 2010: Jesse Ryder has been ruled out of this season's IPL as his recovery from a groin injury was taking longer than expected

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh in New Zealand 2009-10

Mortaza picked for New Zealand one-dayers

Jan 27, 2010: Mashrafe Mortaza will only play the limited-overs matches in New Zealand and not the one-off Test

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh in New Zealand 2009-10

New Zealand call up Peter Ingram and Andy McKay

Jan 25, 2010: The Wellington fast bowler Andy McKay and the Central Districts opening batsman Peter Ingram are in line for their international debuts after being named in the squads to take on Bangladesh next month

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bangladesh tour of New Zealand, 2009/10

Jesse Ryder faces extended lay-off

Jan 22, 2010: The New Zealand batsman will not be considered for selection for the home series against Bangladesh as he continues to struggle with a lower stomach muscle injury

ESPNcricinfo staff

New Zealand fixtures 2009-10

New Zealand to host Pakistan 'home' series

Sep 7, 2009: New Zealand will host six Tests in a summer for the first time after confirming Tests against Pakistan, Bangladesh and Australia for 2009-10

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Tour Results
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Hamilton - Feb 15-19, 2010
New Zealand won by 121 runs
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Christchurch - Feb 11, 2010
New Zealand won by 3 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Dunedin - Feb 8, 2010
New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 135 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Napier - Feb 5, 2010
New Zealand won by 146 runs
New Zealand v Bangladesh at Hamilton - Feb 3, 2010
New Zealand won by 10 wickets (with 70 balls remaining)
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