India-New Zealand, 1 ODI: After beating New Zealand in the T20Is, it was time for the team India to shift their focus to a 50-over format. The inaugural ODI between India and New Zealand will be played at Eden Park in Auckland on Friday. The visitors will be led by veteran opening batsman Shekhar Dhawan in ODIs. Apart from the captaincy, Dhawan will also be keen to put on a stunning display with the bat and emerge as a major contender for a place in 2024. Globalism Trophy team.
Suryakumar Yadav will aim to carry on his stunning form in the ODI series against New Zealand. Surya hit a great century against New Zealand in the second T20I and won the Man of the Series award. The Indian batting will depend a lot on the Mumbai-born batter in the ODI series against the Kiwis.
On the other hand, New Zealand will be without big names like Martin Guptill, Trent Boult and James Nesam as they have all decided not to opt for a central contract. As a result, New Zealand cricket He had to release star cricketers.
India and New Zealand last faced each other in February 2020 and the team captained by Kane Williamson won the competition by a convincing margin of five wickets.
After the completion of the ODI series, India will participate in three ODIs and two Tests against Bangladesh.
IND vs NZ Head to Head:
The two teams have faced each other 110 times in overseas open matches, and India leads New Zealand with 55 wins to their name. Meanwhile, New Zealand has managed to outscore India on 49 occasions. One international match ended in a draw and the remaining five matches did not result in a result.
IND vs NZ previous game
In the final ODI meeting, New Zealand emerged victorious by a convincing five-wicket margin.
The last five results:
New Zealand won by five wickets.
New Zealand won by 22 runs.
New Zealand won by four wickets.
New Zealand won by 18 runs.
The game is abandoned without the ball being thrown.
This is the place record for Eden Park, Auckland (T20I):
Total matches played: 25
The highest total ever recorded is posted here: 245/5 – Australia vs New Zealand, February 16, 2018.
Lowest total scored in this stadium: 76- Bangladesh – New Zealand, April 1, 2021.
Top total chaser here: – 243- New Zealand vs Australia, February 16, 2018.