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India is trailing 2-0 in the ODI series and will be going up against New Zealand one final time before the test matches. The ODI series has been won by New Zealand and there is nothing much to play for in this match. The ODI’s are perhaps the most inconsequential of the three formats this year as we look ahead to the World Test Championship and the T20 World Cup in the short term.
The home team has been struck down by a spate of illnesses and has named an additional two players for the final ODI. New Zealand would dearly love to win this series 3-0 and gain a measure of revenge after losing the T20 series 3-0.
Knowing Virat Kohli, India will not be taking things easily just because they have lost two matches. They would instead be fighting for some momentum ahead of the test matches as well.
New Zealand vs India 3rd ODI is going to be played at the Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui on the 11th of February 2020.
Two impressive wins in two matches would have raised the confidence of the New Zealand side. They were in winning positions in at least three of the T20 matches as well and so would be happy to get the job done in the ODI’s.
New Zealand’s batting effort was helped by the brilliance of Ross Taylor and the all-round skill of Kyle Jamieson. They came together at 197 for 8 and then remained unbeaten to end the inning at 273 for 8. Ross Taylor has been one of the best ODI batsmen in the world over the last few years and is showing no signs of slowing up.
He has been the difference between India and New Zealand in the previous two matches.
Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, and Henry Nicholls have been in pretty good touch as well. Overall, with the wealth of all-rounders in the New Zealand side, the batting power of this New Zealand side is a big threat to India in the upcoming match as well.
All the bowlers did a good job in the previous match for New Zealand. Kyle Jamison picked up two wickets and was difficult to face because of the extra bounce he generates while Hamish Bennett, Tim Southee, and Colin de Grandhomme were quite consistent as well.
We think one of either Ish Sodhi or Blair Tickner may get a run if Southee and Santner do not recover from their illness.
New Zealand has had the better of India in the last five matches it has played and would not want to let go of that mental advantage any time soon.
Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, KS Williamson, Ross Taylor, TWM Latham, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, TG Southee, Kyle Jamieson, Hamish Bennett.
India’s new-look opening pair has not been able to make as much of an impact as they would have liked. Virat Kohli is also going through a lean phase, by his standards, and that has meant the middle-order being put under a lot more pressure.
Shreyas Iyer and Lokesh Rahul have been brilliant on this tour. Iyer seems to be the answer to India’s never-ending search for a number four while Lokesh Rahul can clearly adapt to batting at number five as well.
This brings us to number six and that is where Kedar Jadhav is an anomaly. Jadhav has been under-performing for quite some time now and does not quite fit in this team. He is not as good a batsman as Manish Pandey and is not being used as a bowler very often either. Manish Pandey also brings a lot more to the table in terms of fielding.
We think it is very likely that Kedar Jadhav is going to miss out in this next match.
Ravindra Jadeja has made himself invaluable to the ODI side with his fielding and batting but his bowling remains a bit of a concern. He is not the wicket-taker that Kuldeep Yadav or Yuzvendra Chahal can be and that put India in a difficult position.
Chahal is the preferred wrist-spinner for the Indian team right now and will get another game for sure. India could look to rest Jasprit Bumrah for this last match but it is more likely we will see an unchanged bowling attack for this match as well.
Prithvi Shaw, Mayank Agarwal, V Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Lokesh Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, SN Thakur, NA Saini, YS Chahal, JJ Bumrah.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first.
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The weather forecast for Mount Maunganui is excellent. We can expect a clear and sunny day with no real chance of rain to cause interruptions. The pitch at Mount Maunganui is excellent and another high-scoring match seems likely.
India managed to defend 163 at this venue during the T20 but that was down to a dramatic collapse from New Zealand. We don’t think something around 260-270 is going to be enough for this match.
Dream11 tips and Dream11 prediction for New Zealand vs India 3rd ODI
New Zealand has some fitness concerns but other than that it is in a good place. India is never going to be easy to beat but a 3-0 outcome is definitely within reach. The absence of its first-choice all-rounder and two of its best ODI batsmen is hurting India. There is still enough quality in the squad to come up with something brilliant but it appears as if the squad is not too concerned about the ODI format right now.
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