IND vs NZ: Akash Chopra selected playing XI for ODI against New Zealand, know which players need to play


The ODI series between India and New Zealand will begin on 25 November.
Shikhar Dhawan will be the captain in the ODI series against New Zealand.

New Delhi. The Indian team has won the T20 series against New Zealand. At the same time, both the teams will now start the ODI series on 25 November. For this match, former Team India veteran Akash Chopra has selected his playing XI. In this, he has also talked about the great opportunity for the young players. After the World Cup, many senior players have been rested on the tour of New Zealand. In which players like Captain Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Mohammed Shami are included.

Even in the T20 series, many young players tried their best to leave their mark. At the same time, stand-in captain Shikhar Dhawan will also be hoping to get back in his form in the ODI series, because as an opener, Team India has to fight a lot, so Dhawan will not want to miss this opportunity. Something similar can be said about bowling. Akash Chopra believes that Team India should enter the field with deep batting.

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Akash Chopra said on the YouTube channel, ‘Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill can be the two openers. Shreyas Iyer and Suryakumar Yadav who make your team strong. Rishabh Pant can probably bat at number 5 and Sanju Samson at number 6. Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur and Deepak Chahar may have to be fed, as they are all-rounders of the team. After that Yuzvendra Chahal and Arshdeep Singh come. He can do great fielding for the team.

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Playing XI selected by Aakash Chopra

Shikhar Dhawan (c), Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant (wk), Sanju Samson, Washington Sundar, Shardul Thakur, Deepak Chahar, Yuzvendra Chahal, Arshdeep Singh

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