Bangladesh take on New Zealand in the last One Day International of the tri-nation series in Ireland on Wednesday.
Having sealed the series with three wins on the trot, New Zealand would want to finish with a flourish. On the other hand, Bangladesh who were beaten by four wickets when the two teams met on 17 May, will be looking for revenge in what will be their final tune-up match before the Champions Trophy warm-up matches begin later this week.
Bangladesh are heading into the match high on confidence after decimating Ireland in their penultimate tie of the series by eight wickets. Mustafizur Rahman starred with four wickets as William Porterfield's men were bowled out for 181 after whcih Soumya Sarkar helped the Asians gun down the total in just 27.1 overs with a 68-ball 87.
The return to form of their star bowler Mustafizur will give the team a lot of confidence going into the Champions Trophy. With Mashrafe Mortaza, Rubel Hossain and the young left-arm pacer in the attack, Bangladesh look good to trouble teams in the eight-team tournament and a good show against New Zealand tomorrow will serve as a big boost.
Mustafizur picked up two wickets at just 3.66 in their last meeting against New Zealand, but it was not enough to stop the Black Caps from chasing down a 258-run target. In-form Sarkar along with seniors Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah and Shakib Al Hasan will have to chip in with the bat if they are to stand a chance of winning tomorrow.
New Zealand, meanwhile, will look to continue their dominance over lower-ranked sides. Having crushed Ireland by 190 runs on Sunday with strong performances from skipper Tom Latham - who scored his first ODI ton as captain - Ross Taylor and Colin Munro, New Zealand are well-placed to finish the series with a perfect record.
Possible XI: Mortaza (c), Tamim, Sarkar, Sabbir, Rahim (wk), Shakib, Mahmudullah, Islam, Hossain, Mustafizur
Possible XI: Latham (c), Ronchi (wk), Broom, Taylor, Anderson, Santner, Munro, Milne, Kuggeleijn, Sodhi, Henry