Both teams have been batting very well in the series but India has a slight edge in that department
India won one of the most exciting T20 matches it has ever played as it wrapped up the T20 series 3-0. There was a lot of back and forth in the match with both teams putting in some stunning performances. Fine margins made all the difference in the end, though, as India came out tops in the Super Over. Virat Kohli said after the match that he would like to give some of the players on the bench a go and so India could make some changes for the fourth T20. New Zealand will be heartbroken with the result but can take solace from the fact that it has India on the ropes at multiple occasions during the match. A couple of wins could help shift the momentum for New Zealand as a lot of cricket is still left in the series after the T20 series concludes.
New Zealand must think about replacing Colin de Grandhomme for the next match who has been having a horror series. Daryl Mitchell is a like for like replacement and could get a chance. India’s batting approach in the previous match made it clear that it wants to be more attacking while batting first. Weather is quite often an issue at Wellington but the forecast for this match promises an ideal day for cricket. There is next to no chance of rain predicted. The bowlers are not going to have much to work with although sometimes the spinners can get a bit of help when the drop-in pitch is a bit dry. The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first. History has shown that winning the toss is not too much of an advantage at this venue.
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