ODI World Cup 2023: Kane Williamson to captain NZ against Bangladesh

Kane Williamson has confirmed that he is back in the squad and will captain the team against Bangladesh tomorrow.

Kane Williamson, the captain of the New Zealand cricket team, has confirmed his return from injury to lead his side against Bangladesh in the 2023 ODI World Cup. The match is scheduled to take place tomorrow i.e. October 13 and Williamson’s comeback is generating considerable excitement and hope for New Zealand’s campaign in the tournament.

Williamson, who had been sidelined due to an injury, has made a remarkable recovery and has been training good to regain his form and fitness. His presence in the squad is not only a significant boost for New Zealand but also shows his dedication as a captain and a player.


The 2023 ODI World Cup has been highly competitive, featuring some of the best cricketing nations eyeing for the trophy. New Zealand, known for its strong cricket, has been regarded as a serious contender in this tournament. Kane Williamson’s leadership, both on and off the field, has been instrumental in the team’s past successes, including reaching the final of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.