The loss against India in the last match was too unbearable for Bangladesh, and this was quite evident in the post-presentation speech delivered by their skipper.

The Asian Tigers will be still trusting the same old eleven as they are now gearing up for their last match in the Super Ten of the ICC T20 Wolrd Cup against New Zealand on Saturday, at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

The toss will take place at 2:30 p.m. local time (10.00 p.m. NZDT).

And the game will begin at 3:00 p.m.

Bangladesh TV and Gazi TV will broadcast the game in Bangladesh and Star Sports in India.Sky Sports is responsible for showing the encounter live in New Zealand.

The live stream online can be watched from 2:00 p.m. IST on the official website of Star Sports.

Bangladesh team is no longer the minnows in World Cricket. They have that excellent team which is capable of winning against big lineups.

They started their T20 World Cup campaign quite nicely, as they showed their strength in the qualifying games.

They lost the first match in Super Ten Round against Pakistan by a big margin. Later the side bounced back but, unfortunately, lost consecutive matches against Australia and India after putting up a decent fight.

Mashraffe Mortaza and his boys will be wishing to conclude this World Cup on a winning note so that they can return to their native with a bit of smile on their face.

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On the other hand, the Kiwis, under the leadership of Kane Williamson is having a dream run in this tournament. They won all games they played, and will be eyeing a perfect Super Ten record.

Their squad does not have big names to boast about, but they are a well-settled side with enough killing instincts.

One of the major factors which helped New Zealand to win all the three encounters is their bowling.

The Kolkata pitch is covered with grass, and this time too, it will offer some help for the spinners.

Mitchell and Ish have picked thirteen wickets so far in the tournament, and they will be aiming to replicate the same magic this time as well.

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