A Preview On New Zealand Team
New Zealand team is leading the series against India with 1-0 and their standard ODI arrangement is working out well. Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill, Ross Taylor, and Tom Latham are founded as the key players for batting in one-day cricket.
Similar with the bowling as well, in the absence of star bowlers like Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, and Matt Henry, they gave the opponent team a chance to score 347 runs in their last ODI.
Ish Sodhi has been offered to join the A-team. Among the retained players, fast bowler Kyle Jamieson will make his ODI debut in the next game. While Scott Kuggeleijn is looking uncertain to play in the XI as the player has suffered from the flu.
Changes Needed In The Team
The Black Caps have been averaging 22.5 over the last four years. They have the best players in both bowling as well as batting section. But they need to work on their plan, perhaps even need to think about some replacement.
It’s time to look over the new players, especially the batsmen. They need more players in their team who can manage and dominate top-class opponents.
A Preview On Team India
India is also having top players now in the team. Very soon, they will include Shreyas Iyer in their plans as he has secured the 4th spot after giving a fair run to his team.
From not getting selected in any game, to the most preferred player, KL Rahul has upgraded himself a lot. Even Shardul Thakur is also boosting now in the game. India wants to be the best for now and also for years.
Once again India might face the question about the selection of Thakur vs Navdeep Sain. And also Yuzvendra Chahal might look more appropriate option over Yadav.
Whatever may be the result, both the teams are confident about the game as they are having world-class players.