The New Zealand cricketers are confident they've turned things around somewhat and can clinch the one day series against Bangladesh tonight.
The Black Caps are hoping for an improved surface at Chittagong after their batting struggled somewhat in the first two matches in Mirpur.
The Northern Districts batsman Daniel Flynn admits they had the worst of the conditions in the first match that they lost by 7 wickets, but he feels they are starting to get their batting into shape.
Flynn says their was some rustiness for the batters at the start of the tour, but they are working on that in the nets.
The Black Caps have relied on their lower order to put up a competitive target in the first two matches.
The test series starts in Chittagong on Friday.