Cricket Betting Tips and Match Prediction- New Zealand v India 1st T20

Ruben Hill
Февраля 6, 2019

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India's Predicted Playing XI for 1st T20I: Sportsrush presents before you India's playing XI for the first T20I against New Zealand. Openers Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan would like to break free. Krunal Pandya strikes as Colin Munro is caught at long-on. Stay tuned for the all the updates. India were all out before the twentieth over could be completed for 136, and New Zealand won the game by 23 runs.

"We too are humans and our bodies need a bit of rest". The Black Caps' hopes will be tied with skipper Kane Williamson who has both failed to impress with the bat and lead his team in crucial moments in the ongoing series against Team India. Despite the change in format, at least a couple of Indian cricketers will be looking to press their ODI case with sound performances in the T20I series.

Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is ready to go into the T20I series starting tomorrow.

Veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni is back in the T20 mix after being omitted from the series against Australia past year and his performance will also be keenly followed. From that squad, only Rohit Sharma, Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik are part of the current squad. Ambati Rayudu grabbed his chance with a match-winning 90 in the fifth ODI, probably enough to seal a place in the middle-order.

Besides Pant, the others who have joined the team are spin all-rounder Krunal Pandya and Punjab pacer Siddharth Kaul.

In the bowling lineup, Aakash feels selectors should name Khaleel Ahmed as the reserve seamer owing to his left-handedness, while he left out Ravindra Jadeja from the final 15 saying that it's not viable to pick him at the cost of either an extra batsman or a fast bowler.

End of Powerplay overs.

The visitors are with a great momentum while the hosts New Zealand would love to take an act of revenge.

Having defeated New Zealand 4-1 in the ODI series, India are now gearing up for the second leg of their tour across the Tasman sea.

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