IND vs NZ T20: The first match of the collision will be, India is heavy in batting and New Zealand’s bowling has edge

IND vs NZ T-20 Match: The first T20 match of the three-match series will be played between India and New Zealand at the Sawai Jai Singh Stadium in Jaipur today (November 17). This match is important for both the teams. On the one hand, India’s team would like to avenge the defeat in the group match against New Zealand in the World Cup, while on the other hand New Zealand’s team would like to come out of the shock of the defeat against Australia in the T20 World Cup. The road to winning the series will also become easier for the team winning the first match. In such a situation, both the teams will give their full strength. Let’s know who is dominant in both the teams.

The team winning the toss will get the advantage

The match is day-night and the dew factor plays a very important role on this ground. In such a situation, the role of the toss will be important. The team winning the toss would prefer to bowl first. Due to the dew, swing will not be easy for fast bowlers, so it should be easy to chase.

India beat New Zealand in batting

New Zealand have the upper hand in bowling

If we look at the bowling point of view, then New Zealand’s team looks a little ahead of India. New Zealand have excellent swing bowlers like Tim Seifert, Adam Milne, Tim Southee. Milne has performed brilliantly in the World Cup. Apart from this, Ish Sodhi is also in color in spin. Talking about India, the main bowlers of the team Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami have been rested. His absence will be missed by the team. There is a lack of experience in fast bowling.

All-rounder will play an important role

both teams are as follows


New Zealand

Tim Southee (Captain), Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Mark Chapman, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Kyle Jamieson, Adam Milne, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Mitchell Santner, Tim Seifert, Ish Sodhi.

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