Bangladesh, after losing the T20 matches against New Zealand will play the 1st Test on January 12, 2016, and for Mashrafe Mortaza and boys, winning this game will be a matter of regaining the lost pride.

Millions of Bangladeshi cricket fans are awaiting to see their team coming back to form, and we should wait and see weather the team will bring back the lost momentum in the Kiwi soil.

When last reports came in, the New Zealand score was 153/3 in 40 overs after the end of play on Day 1.

Live Telecast Information in India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

Bangladeshi players like Tamim Iqbal and Mahmadullah have a large fan base in India, and cricket lovers in the nation will be quite eager to watch their games.

But unfortunately, no channels have bought the television telecast rights of this series, and as a result, the only way to know the scores of this game in India is by logging into the official website of ESPN CricInfo.

In Pakistan, the game will be shown live on PTV Sports. If you have an IP address located in Pakistan, you can watch the live streaming by visiting the official website of PTV Sports.

BTV, Gazi TV, and channel 09 are telecasting the game live in Bangladesh.

How to watch the game live in the United States of America and New Zealand?

In the United States of America, the match is being shown live in the Willow TV. Sky Sports is telecasting the live actions in Sky Sports.

Match Preview

In the previous game, Bangladesh team literally failed to chase down New Zealand's 195, and they were knocked down for a meager 148.

Six Bangladesh batsmen failed to reach the two-digit score. Only Sabbir Rahman (48) and Soumya Sarkar (39) showed fighting spirit, but their efforts went in vain as they failed to receive support in the other end.

This game will be quite crucial for Mashrafe Mortaza too. The dashing fast bowler is continuously failing both as a captain and a player, and his position in the team is also turning out to be a burden for the whole team.

On the other hand, Kane Williamson and his boys are high in their morale, and they will be aiming to whitewash the series by winning this last game.