New Zealand will be hoping for more of the same from captain Brendon McCullum as they look to secure a place in the World Twenty20 semi-finals at the expense of Sri Lanka on Monday.
The teams head into their final Group One encounter in Chittagong on four points apiece from three games and knowing the winners at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium will advance, along with South Africa, to the last four.
New Zealand skipper McCullum became the first man to pass 2,000 Twenty20 international runs after hitting 65 off 45 balls to help his side record a six-wicket success over the Netherlands last Saturday.
Paceman Trent Boult was full of praise for New Zealand's opponents and for McCullum, revealing the skipper's achievement meant a lot to the whole team.
"It's pretty well known across the world what kind of player Brendon is," Boult said.
"For him to tick up that milestone is pretty satisfying for him personally and something the team love to see."
Lasith Malinga will captain Sri Lanka on Monday in the absence of regular skipper Dinesh Chandimal, who will serve a one-match suspension as punishment for slow over-rates.
Sri Lanka headed into the tournament full of confidence having won the Asia Cup, and posted comfortable wins against South Africa and the Netherlands before their smooth progress was halted by a six-wicket loss to England.
Batsman Mahela Jayawardene looks set to make the starting XI despite dislocating a finger when attempting to take a catch to dismiss England centurion Alex Hales on Thursday.