3rd ODI- New Zealand Vs India- 23 Oct- Mohali- Predictions- Who Will Win?

New Zealand finally turned the tables on hosts India and edged past an average India team to clinch 2nd ODI by 6 runs. The resurgent NZ team will try hard to win 3rd ODI on 23 Oct at Mohali to go one up in the 5 match series which is locked at 1-1 as of now.

Can NZ beat India? Just wait and watch.

Analysis

New Zealand

  • Batsmen in form.
  • K Williamson, M Guptil, T Latham and R Taylor will score high. M Guptil/R Taylor may get a hundred.
  • C Anderson and M Santner will shine with bat and ball.
  • T Boult, T Southee, M Henry and J Neesham will trouble Indian batsmen on fast Mohali pitch.
  • J Neesham will play a crucial role in this match.
  • Team could reach up to 300 runs ¬†against Indian attack lacking in spin power.

India

  • Top order is out of form.
  • Only R Sharma and V Kohli can steer India out of trouble. Both will score high.
  • A Rahane will get about 30 runs. M Pandey (shines once in 7 matches), K ¬†Jadhay and MS Dhoni are worth 30 runs each.
  • A Patel is the worst player and i wonder why is he in team- A parasite.
  • Only wicket taking bowlers are Amit Mishra and J Bumrah.
  • H Pandya and K Jadhav will struggle with the ball.
  • U Yadav may be replaced by D Kulkarni.
  • May not score beyond 275 runs.

Comparison

  • Indian top order out of form. Middle order is very weak.
  • Indian pace bowling weaker than New Zealand.
  • New Zealand spinners are better. M Guptil can cause havoc- new find.
  • NZ all rounders are experienced and in form- key to winning matches.
  • Overall India is a weaker team.

Likely Winner- New Zealand

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