NZ vs IND Dream11 Team: Top 5 Fantasy Picks for New Zealand vs India 2nd T20I
Updated on: Nov 18, 2022 6:35 pm IST
NZ vs IND Dream11 Team: The second T20I encounter between hosts New Zealand and India is scheduled to take place on 20 November, 2022 (Sunday) at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui. Unfortunately, due to the persistent heavy rains in Wellington, the first of the three-match T20I series was forced to be called off without a single ball being bowled. Both the India and New Zealand players will be desperately hoping to get a full game for the second T20I especially the young guys who have not been in action for a while now.
NZ vs IND Dream11 Team Fantasy Picks
1. Suryakumar Yadav
For India, Suryakumar Yadav has been one of the most consistent performers in the shortest format of the game in the ongoing calendar year so far. In his short T20I career, the right-hander has already notched up more than 1200 runs at a phenomenal strike-rate of close to 180 and an average of 41.42. During the recently concluded edition of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022, he scored as many as three half-centuries which included a brilliant knock against South Africa in some tough conditions. Suryakumar has already smacked more than 1000 T20I runs in this calendar year.
|40||1284||179.08||12/1||14, 61*, 30, 68, 51*|
2. Glenn Phillips
New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips has been a top-notch performer for his national team in T20I cricket in the last couple of years. Phillips has composed a wonderful tally of 1294 T20I runs at an amazing strike-rate of nearly 150 that includes a total of 7 half-centuries and 2 hundreds. In the 2022 edition of the ICC T20 World Cup, the explosive right-hander smashed a remarkable century during the game against Sri Lanka especially when New Zealand ended up losing early wickets. He will definitely be a dangerous player to watch out for in the upcoming New Zealand vs India 2nd T20I match.
|54||1294||147.21||7/2||6, 17, 62, 104, 12|
3. Hardik Pandya
India’s skipper Hardik Pandya has been performing really well both with the bat and ball since last edition of the Indian Premier League where he led Gujarat Titans towards their maiden title. He has shown immense maturity in his temperament both in the batting as well as bowling departments. In his overall T20I career, Pandya has smacked more than 1100 runs with a strike-rate of close to 150 and also picked up a total of 62 wickets in T20I cricket. The right-hander also scored an explosive half-century during the semi-final game of T20 World Cup against England.
|Matches||Runs||Batting Strike-rate||Wickets||Recent Form|
|79||1117||146.4||62||63, 18 & 2/16, 2/28, 1/29|
4. Devon Conway
For New Zealand, opening batsman Devon Conway has very quickly solidified his spot in the side across the three formats of the game. Conway notched up an excellent unbeaten innings of 92 runs at a brilliant strike-rate in the first match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 against Australia which ended up in a winning cause. He has smacked a total of 1086 T20I runs from just 33 matches at a strike-rate of more than 131 that includes as many as 7 half-centuries.
|33||1086||131.64||7||21, 28, 3, 1, 92*|
5. Ishan Kishan
For India, young left-handed batsman Ishan Kishan has played a lot of crucial knocks so far in his short limited-overs career. He was named the Player of the Series when South Africa toured India for a five-match T20I series earlier this year. The left-hander has scored more than 500 runs at a strike-rate of 131.16. Ishan has smacked as many as 4 half-centuries in T20I cricket.
|19||543||131.16||4||11, 8, 15, 27, 54|
India vs New Zealand Schedule
|18 November, 2022 (Friday)||1st T20I||New Zealand vs India||12 PM IST||Sky Stadium, Wellington||No Result|
|20 November, 2022 (Sunday)||2nd T20I||New Zealand vs India||12 PM IST||Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui|
|22 November, 2022 (Tuesday)||3rd T20I||New Zealand vs India||12 PM IST||McClean Park, Napier|
|25 November, 2022 (Friday)||1st ODI||New Zealand vs India||7 AM IST||Eden Park, Auckland|
|27 November, 2022 (Sunday)||2nd ODI||New Zealand vs India||7 AM IST||Seddon Park, Hamilton|
|30 November, 2022 (Wednesday)||3rd ODI||New Zealand vs India||7 AM IST||Hagley Oval, Christchurch|