India's Predicted Playing XI for 1st T20I against New Zealand

India's Predicted Playing XI for 1st T20I against New Zealand

India's Predicted Playing XI for 1st T20I against New Zealand

While chasing the 253-run target set by India, New Zealand batsmen squandered their starts but the home team remained in the contest until Jimmy Neesham (44 off 32) was dismissed in the 37th over.

How do I watch online live streaming of India vs New Zealand 1st T20? India would be looking to continue their dominant run in the T20 series as well, but Shami is not part of the T20 squad.

New Zealand and India begin their three-game series at Westpac Stadium tomorrow evening, following the White Ferns game against India women.

Dhawan also said it was important to end the tour on a high as the men-in-blue will then try to carry the winning momentum into the limited over series against Australia, starting in Visakhapatnam on February 24. India will be buoyed following their 4-1 win in the recently-concluded ODI series but history doesn't favour the Asian giants. "She will slot right in having already been with the squad for the ODI campaign". Colin Munro is expected to start the proceedings along with Kane Williamson.

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Showering praise on young stumper Rishabh Pant, India opener Shikhar Dhawan on Tuesday termed Pant as "an asset" for the team.

Rohit Sharma stand in captain for India in the absence of their permanent skipper Virat Kohli, is quite happy with the way they played in the fifth ODI after subjecting to a hectic top order collapse that resulted in 18/4. It was during the 2016 World T20 match played at Nagpur.

Let's have a look at the predicted playing XI of both teams.

. India has a couple of picks to choose from and come to Wellington on Wednesday; it will be interesting to see what the team management finally decides.

The ball swung initially at the Westpac Stadium during the 5th and final ODI. Hence we will have an entire 40 overs of play.

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