Cricket lovers in Bangladesh expect a miracle in the wake of the second T20 against New Zealand, as a win in Bay Oval will help the visitors to square the series, which will, in turn, make the third match the final clash for glory.

The crucial second T20 will be played on January 06, 2016, and the game will begin at 07.30 AM IST.

Live updates:

Bangladesh 148 all-out in 18.1 overs. New Zealand won by 47 runs

New Zealand 195/7 in 20 overs (C Munro 101 in 54 balls, 7 fours, 7 sixes)

Bangladesh wins the toss and they decided to bowl first

Record viewership is expected for this game, and millions of viewers all around the globe are quite eager to know the live telecast information in their respective countries.

How to watch the match in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh?

Cricket fans are disappointed in India, as this series is not being shown live in their country. The game can be watched live on Ten Sports official website.

BTV, Gazi TV and Channel 9 are telecasting the game live in Bangladesh. As always, PTV Sports is showing this game live in Pakistan. If you have an IP address located in Pakistan, the live streaming can be enjoyed by visiting the official website of PTV Sports.

TV telecast in New Zealand and the United States

Willow TV and Sky Sports will be showing the match live in the United States and New Zealand respectively.

Match Preview

It will not be an easy task for the New Zealand to seal the series in Bay Oval, as the surface here is very slow, and it is familiar to that of Asian sub-continent.

The surface will give an upper hand to the Bangladesh team, as it will favor the spinners a lot.

Another setback for the New Zealand team is due to the injury of Neil Broom. The young cricketer who suffered a fracture during the 1st T20 will be replaced by George Worker.

Kane Williamson will open the innings with Worker in this match, and we should wait and see how they will perform on this slow track.

It will be Mahmadullah who will lead the Bangladesh batting attack in the second T20. The dashing batsman came back to form in the previous game, and the same form is expected from him in Bay Oval too.

Chasing in Bay Oval will be difficult, and as a result, the Captain who wins the toss will not have any hesitations to bat first.