India vs New Zealand T20 series is currently 2-0 in favor of the visitors and the hosts are under tremendous pressure to get their act right. While India has a big lead right now in the series, it has not wrapped things up and this is where the third T20 comes into the picture. New Zealand will be desperate to set things right in its camp and get a win to keep the series alive. A bit of introspection and some team changes may be necessary for New Zealand to challenge India, though. New Zealand does not have its best bowling attack but its batting lineup is at full-strength. The likes of Colin Munro, Martin Guptill, and Ross Taylor will need to step up and so will the fielding which has been poor from the hosts’ point of view. New Zealand’s batsmen are going to be up against a confident Indian attack at one of the larger grounds in New Zealand. They are not going to find it easy to clear the boundaries in this next match either.
New Zealand did most things right in the first T20I, and not too many in the second. On current form, India they have five consecutive wins were bound to pounce on even the tiniest of openings, and they have gone 2-0 ahead on a tour that they were talking about even before their last series was over. There are a few showers expected in Hamilton match day but the forecast improves dramatically around the time the match is expected to start. We don’t think there is any concern about the weather taking away overs from the match. The pitch at Seddon Park is very good for batting. This is a late start and the dew should remain the same for both the teams so the conditions are not going to favor any one strategy after winning the toss.
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