India looks to bounce back after losing the 1st T20 international against New Zealand. The loss also marked just the second win for New Zealand in what has been a disappointing couple of weeks for the Blackcaps.
In recent past, India has achieved eye catching accomplishment by winning 4 out of 5 and drawing just 1 in T20I series and will look to continue their rich run of form by winning the last 2 T20I’s.
In the 3 games played at Eden park this season, 4 innings have finished with a score of 180+, hinting it to be a high scoring encounter. Now it will be really interesting to see whether India will look for the likes of Shubhman Gill or Kedar Yadav to add some fire power to their batting in place of a bowler.
4 players to watch out for
- Shikhar Dhawan – The left handed batsman has an average of 56.2 in last 5 ODIs. He can really prove out to be a good pick.
- Tim Seifert – Despite posing a great threat in the 1st T20, the keeper batsman can be a dicey pick. Avoid making him the captain.
- Yuzvendra Chahal – Yuzi Chahal averages 19.11 with the ball.
- Kane Williamson – He is the safest pick you can make. The captain has been delivering with the bat consistently from past couple of years.