New Zealand is traveling to India for a three-match ODI and three-match T20I tour. The 18th of January will see the start of the ODI series. India currently occupies the fourth spot on the ICC Men’s ODI rankings, while New Zealand occupies the top spot.
New Zealand has won two of their last five ODI matches, while India has won four of their last five. In this format, these two teams have played 116 matches against each other, with India winning 55 games and New Zealand winning 50.
India’s Hardik Pandya is a right-handed batsman and medium fast bowler with a right arm. In his 68 ODI matches thus far, he has amassed 64 wickets and scored 1436 runs.
India’s Mohammed Siraj is a right-handed batsman and medium-speed medium bowler. In his 19 ODI matches to date, he has hinted at 33 wickets.
New Zealand’s Tom Latham is a left-handed batsman. In his 120 ODI matches thus far, he has scored 3442 runs.
New Zealander Michael Bracewell is a left-handed batsman and right-arm offbreak bowler. In his 16 ODI matches, he has scored 322 runs and taken 14 wickets.
Virat Kohli, Devon Conway, and Shubman Gill are the batsmen. Hardik Pandya, Michael Bracewell, and Mitchel Santner are the all-rounders. Mohammad Siraj (captain), Lockie Ferguson, Kuldeep Yadav, and Umran Mailk are the bowlers.
The small league captaincy will go well with Mohammad Siraj. Here, the punts include Umran Malik and Rohit Sharma. For this game, the best suggested/combo is 1-3-3-4.
On the day of the match, the temperature is expected to be around 29°C, there will be 29% humidity, and the wind speed is 8 km/hr. During the game, there are no chances of precipitation.
As a batting-friendly venue, the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium is expected to assist batters once more. Spin bowlers may be advantageous in the middle overs, whereas fast bowlers may benefit toward the end of the match.
The Disney+Hotstar app offers live streaming of Star Sports Network channels. On DD Sports, live matches between India and New Zealand are also available.