Team India and New Zealand will both need to put their frustrating semifinal exits from the T20 World Cup behind them when they take each other on.
The two teams will contend in a restricted overs series comprising three T20Is and three ODIs. The second T20I will happen on Sunday, November 20.
The Men dressed in Blue have rested a portion of their large names and have Hardik Pandya as their substitute commander for their visit to New Zealand. The Kiwis will in any case be led by Kane Williamson and they also have made a few extreme strides, leaving out Martin Guptill and Trent Boult.
Regardless of various star names missing, there is as yet a confirmation of value cricket due to the ability that will be on show from the two sides.
On that note, we should investigate three match-ups that could choose the course of the second T20I:
Glenn Phillips was absolutely exciting for the Kiwis in the T20 World Cup Down Under, scoring 201 runs at a phenomenal strike rate of 158.26. His champion presentation was without a doubt a hundred against quality spinners from Sri Lanka in Sydney during the Super 12s stage.
Phillips has shown that he has the game to overwhelm the spinners and his coordination against leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal could be critical in the forthcoming series. Chahal lacked the ability to get a solitary game at the T20 World Cup and will be quick to make a statement.
Both will go hard at one another, making it a promising go head to head.
In spite of the fact that Finn Allen was a piece conflicting in the T20 World Cup, his 18-ball 50 years against Australia was one of the most noteworthy exhibitions of the competition. The manner in which he assumed the danger of the Australian bowlers in the powerplay gave the Kiwis a truly necessary headstart.
Allen attempted something very similar against Pakistan in the semifinals and was excused right on time by some smart bowling from left-armer Shaheen Afridi. Therefore Indian pacer Arshdeep Singh will be significant.
Arshdeep has been ablaze in a couple of months and has likewise shown a skill for picking wickets in the powerplay. Assuming that he can swing the ball the two different ways as he has done of late, it could assist India with excusing the hazardous Allen early.
Another Indian who partook in a shocking T20 World Cup on a singular level was Suryakumar Yadav. The 32-year-old crushed three half-hundreds of years and is additionally the No. 1 positioned T20I hitter right now.
Yadav has shown that he has positively no issues confronting the speedsters. His hair-raising 68 off only 40 balls on an extreme contribution Perth against South Africa in the T20 World Cup demonstrated exactly the way great he is against express speed. He stood tall as the remainder of the Indian batting failed, prompting a loss.
This makes his coordination against Lockie Ferguson a fascinating one. The Kiwis have involved Ferguson as a center overs master and he could be facing an in-structure Yadav. Up until this point, the right-hander has confronted 13 balls from the Kiwi speedster in T20 cricket and has scored 21 runs.
It will be fascinating to see whether Yadav keeps on ruling express speed or whether Ferguson has a stunt at his disposal to fox the player.