New Zealand eye history in repeat of 2016 clash

Posted October 29, 2017

India will play New Zealand in the third ODI at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur on 29 October.

The series is tied 1-1 at the moment after the two teams won a game each previously. Yuzvendra Chahal, who failed to pick up a wicket in the first game, struck twice while Axar Patel, replacing chinaman Kuldeep Yadav, found the stumps of the in-form Tom Latham. Both the openers have struggled to score against India's new-ball pair of Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah and the onus will once again be on Taylor and Latham to do the major chunk of scoring in the middle phase of the innings.

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Virat Kohli led Indian team will be eyeing for another series win to keep their unbeaten streak in ODIs, while the Kiwis would like to break their jinx of not winning any bilatral series in India. The tourists won the opening game in Mumbai.

Then they played Australia at home and now, they are hosting New Zealand.

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India would aim to play with the same grit and gumption they displayed in the second match in Pune when they square off against New Zealand in the ODI series-decider on Sunday.

In bowling, the Blackcaps will hope experienced pacers Tim Southee and Trent Boult to provide their side with early breakthroughs. New Zealand came close to winning the series past year before going down 2-3. "The series is on the line", said Southee.

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On the batting front, Kohli, who is 83 runs away from 9,000 ODI runs, and Shikhar Dhawan have done their reputation no harm, while Rohit Sharma's struggle against an incoming delivery from a left-hand bowler is nothing new. It has been a serious while since India were pushed into the corner by a team. What we experienced in Mumbai was something some of the players never experienced before.the humidity and the amount of fluids lost.