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India vs NewZealand 3rd ODI on Tuesday in Indore

 

India vs NewZealand 3rd ODI on Tuesday in Indore
India vs NewZealand 


ND vs NZ Dream11: India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI – With another ODI series secured, India will square off against New Zealand in the third and final encounter of the ODI series on Tuesday in Indore, January 24.

With a series sweep in sight, the middle order will be eager to give a better performance of themselves as the Indian team management thinks rotating its bowlers in the third and final ODI against New Zealand in Indore on Tuesday.

Shubman Gill, the opener, has been in outstanding form, scoring a spectacular double hundred in the first ODI and then a 40-run knock in the second ODI's low-scoring contest. Rohit Sharma, the captain, is also performing well.

The home squad is aware that Shubman and Rohit have been the only batsmen to score runs for the hosts despite holding a commanding 2-0 series lead.

The other players haven't been tried, so the dead rubber will be the ideal chance for players like Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, and Suryakumar Yadav to get some game-like batting practise.

The talismanic hitter has been frequently dismissed by Mitchell Santner, highlighting Kohli's issue with left-arm spin.
The former captain was bowled cheaply in both ODIs despite scoring three hundreds in four innings, as New Zealand's top left-arm spinner breached Kohli's defences. Just months out from the World Cup, Kohli would be eager for some much-needed course correction.

Suryakumar was supposed to give some firepower at the back end in Shreyas Iyer's absence.

However, in the series opener, the top T20 batter was unable to accomplish that. Hardik has also struggled recently with the bat. He struggled in his series against Sri Lanka, and he hasn't performed well yet against New Zealand.

The team management may be tempted to rest players and give Rajat Patidar, who was recruited to the squad as a replacement for the injured Iyer, a debut with the T20 matches scheduled for later this week and the crucial Australia series set to start next month.

Umran Malik, an express pacer, might return to the team, and Yuzvendra Chahal, a leg-spinner, could take Kuldeep Yadav's place in the bowling attack.

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