Auckland, February 08, Friday at 11:30 AM IST
It’s a must-win encounter for the Men in Blue to stay alive in the series. The hosts lead the series by 1-0 on back of a record 80-run win in the first T20I and would be eyeing to seal the series when both the sides reload at Eden Park Auckland tomorrow noon.
The T20I series win can come as a consolation to the limited-overs series loss and the Kiwis would be desperate to knockout team India once again. It will be interesting to watch Tim Seifert -the hero of the first T20I fire again.
With just one day’s gap to relax and strategize, team India would be hoping for better performance. The visitors were outplayed in all three departments at Wellington. With plenty of replacement options in the bag, let’s wait and watch the changes team India will feature with.
The Eden Park in Auckland will again feature flat pitch and short boundaries. So, be prepared for the run-fest tomorrow. Moreover, three Super Smash T20 matches were played here in this season and 180+ total being chased a couple of times.
India – 02
New Zealand – 07
India: Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, R Pant, V Shankar, MS Dhoni (wk), Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya
(Doubt: Dinesh Karthik, Khaleel Ahmed and Yuzvendra Chahal)
New Zealand: Tim Seifert (wk), Colin Munro, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, S Kuggeleijn
(Doubt: D Mitchell)
This NZ vs IND Dream11 prediction is high-risk but you may reap rewards if some assumptions come off. We advise you not to use these teams in small league contests.
Team 1 & 2: Indian openers at their best
For team India’s comeback, the top order will be of utmost importance. So, let’s pick Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan as captain and vice-captain.
Team 3 & 4: Bet on the changes
Jimmy Neesham for New Zealand and Kuldeep Yadav for Indias are among the sure shot changes in tomorrow’s game
THIS NZ VS IND DREAM11 PREDICTION IS HIGH-RISK BUT YOU MAY REAP REWARDS IF SOME ASSUMPTIONS COME OFF. WE ADVISE YOU NOT TO USE THESE TEAMS IN SMALL LEAGUE CONTESTS.