The New Zealand team will visit India in November of this year. New Zealand cricketer, Devon Conway has raised his voice on the tour. Conway noted that defeating Team India in India is an aim for the Kiwis. Here is all about what Conway Speaks On New Zealand Team Vist To India.
Conway Speaks On New Zealand Team Vist To India
He also said that defeating the Virat Kohli-led team at home is a more difficult job than defeating them in England, the New Zealand opener noted that it would be a “serious” milestone for Kane Williamson-led side.
“Definitely. That’s a massive goal that we’d like to achieve. To beat India in their home conditions is probably a bigger challenge than beating them in England. It would be a serious achievement, if not as big as the World Test Championship final. That will be a very important series to try and prove that,” said Devon Conway in an Interaction.
You’ve got to nail down a plan and stick to it as it’s going to be challenging: Conway
Devon Conway said that when a team visits the subcontinent, it must be psychologically tough since the pitches provide a lot of swings. The 30-year-old also believes the batters will need to find a way to score runs. Conway went on to say that the objective will be for teams to develop a strategy and sticking to it.
“Travelling to the subcontinent and being presented with surfaces that turn, that’s where you’ve got to be really strong mentally within your defence, trust your defence, and you’ve got to have a method in which you can score. If you’re not looking to score runs you won’t be in good positions. You’ve got to nail down a plan and stick to it as much as possible, even though it’s going to be challenging,” said Conway.
I could slot in at no.4 it would be really good for the team’s sake: Conway
Conway also shared some information on New Zealand’s batting order for the T20 World Cup in 2021, by saying that if he walks in at No.4, it will benefit the squad, after claiming that the New Zealand top 3 will be Martin Guptill, Tim Siefert, and ‘master’ Kane Williamson.
“We’ve got Martin Guptill up top and Tim Seifert who’s done really well, and you’ve got the master, Kane Williamson, at three. If I could slot in at four it would be really good for the team’s sake, try to manipulate those middle periods against spin and run hard between the wickets,” concluded Conway.