IND vs NZ: Ross Taylor does not want to reveal his plans for Test series against Ashwin

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  • The first match of the two-Test series between India and New Zealand will be played in Kanpur from November 25.
  • Kiwi batsman Ross Taylor is making special preparations against Ravichandran Ashwin in the Test series
  • Both the test matches will be played under the second season of the World Test Championship.

Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor feels that playing India on their soil is one of the biggest challenges for any team but has opened up about his plans to tackle the hosts’ main off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin in the upcoming Test series. Refused to give information.

India and opening World Test champion team New Zealand will start the two-Test series in Kanpur from November 25. The series will be part of the second round of the World Test Championship. Taylor said, “It’s definitely going to be a challenge, but I’m ready for it. I think there is no more difficult challenge than playing India on their soil or playing Australia overseas. These are probably the two biggest challenges in Test cricket at the moment. ,

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Taylor said on Sunday, “But as a team we are ready for it and we know that we are ‘underdog’ (Chuperustom) but we are ready to do well. He said, “Whenever you play India on their soil, you are always the ‘underdog’, whether it is the number one team in the world or not. ,

Veteran batsman Taylor said tackling the Indian spin duo of Ashwin and Axar Patel will be the key thing for New Zealand in the Test series. When asked what is his plan to deal with Ashwin’s bowling, he said in a ‘virtual press conference’, “I don’t want to reveal my strategy here. I don’t know which players India decides to field, Axar Patel played a big role against England. ,

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“They will play three spinners or two spinners, definitely Ashwin will be one of them. He is a very good bowler, especially in these conditions, and how we play him will play a big role in how the series goes. ,

He also advised the New Zealand batsmen to be cautious of India’s fast bowling attack. Taylor said, “With the new ball and reverse swing, fast bowling is always important. But here spin often plays a big role so if we assume that only spin will be important then we can be clumsy. ,


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