IND vs NZ ODI: Ross Taylor gave an open warning to India before the ODI series, said- New Zealand in this format……


The ODI series between India and New Zealand will start from 25 November.
India defeated the hosts 1-0 in the T20 series.

New Delhi. Hardik Pandya & Co. dominated the T20 series between India and New Zealand. But it is not an easy thing to compete with the hosts at home in the ODI series. However, rain disrupted two matches of the T20 series. In the last match, the hosts were hoping for a win, but due to rain, the match was tied. Team India had won the T20 series 1-0.

The ODI series between the two teams is going to start from 25 November. Earlier, former New Zealand cricketer Ross Taylor has warned the guests. According to the former veteran, it is not an easy thing to defeat New Zealand on home grounds in the ODI series. He told that the players of the team are fully aware of the domestic conditions. In such a situation, all the players can perform well in the ODI series. Apart from this, Ross Taylor has also talked about the India-New Zealand clash in 2020.

Players are well aware of ODIs – Ross Taylor

The former veteran said about the match between India and New Zealand, ‘According to me, New Zealand can win the ODI series at home. He is well aware of this format. This is a young and excellent Indian team and when they beat us 5-0 in T20s in the 2020 tour, we beat them 3-0 in ODIs. We will wait for the result but looking at the records we can say that we will be strong contenders to win this ODI series.

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New Zealand’s upper hand in ODIs

Team India has defeated the hosts in the T20 series but New Zealand seems to have the upper hand in ODIs. The command of the Indian team against the Kiwi team in ODIs will be in the hands of Shikhar Dhawan. New Zealand defeated India 3-0 in the ODI series. The second match of this series will be played on 27 November while the last match will be played on 30 November.

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