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After a week’s rest, the Indian cricket team is all set to carry forward its journey of the T20 World Cup. Team India, led by Virat Kohli, did not have a good start and suffered a one-sided defeat against Pakistan in Group B on October 24.

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After a week’s rest, the Indian cricket team is all set to carry forward its journey of the T20 World Cup. Team India, led by Virat Kohli, did not have a good start and suffered a one-sided defeat against Pakistan in Group B on October 24. However, now Team India has a challenge from New Zealand, against which it is necessary to win. It is not that easy in front of a great team like New Zealand.

India has not won against New Zealand for the last 18 years. From the 2007 T20 World Cup to the final of the World Test Championship this year, seven matches were played between the two countries in which New Zealand won 6 matches. Whereas, one match could not be played due to rain. In the T20 World Cup, two matches were played between India and New Zealand in which Team India had to face defeat. India last won a World Cup match against New Zealand in 2003. In this match, Team India led by Sourav Ganguly defeated Stephen Fleming’s team by seven wickets.

India’s bowlers failed miserably in the match against Pakistan but any slack here would be worth it. Hardik Pandya, who is playing despite not being fully fit, is also struggling with poor form. Hardik’s career is now at stake after recovering from a back injury. His bowling practice in the nets is an indication of how much pressure he is under. Bhuvneshwar Kumar along with Hardik has proved to be the weak link of the Indian team. Bhuvneshwar’s pace has dropped significantly in the last two seasons and competition with young bowlers like Deepak Chahar has now become tough for him.

India have recently made a spectacular comeback in the Test format after losing the first match. Kohli, who is playing his last tournament as T20 captain, is also not one to give up so easily. Failure here means that questions will be raised about his captaincy in the 50 overs and also in the Test format. Kohli is such a player who has the ability to perform at the best in adverse conditions and he also likes such challenges. He has been the troubleshooter of the team on many occasions but in the last few years there has been no harmony between captain Kohli and batsman Kohli.

Pakistan have almost confirmed their place in the semi-finals by winning all the three tough matches. He now has to play Namibia and Scotland. In such a situation, the competition for second place is between India and New Zealand and whoever wins, will be in second place. Both India and New Zealand have lost to Pakistan. In the remaining three matches, one ‘Chuperustam’ is also from Afghanistan. In such a situation, this match has become like a shootout for India and New Zealand, who will win, getting eight points will strengthen the chances of finishing second in the group. Despite being in a more or less easy group, there is now a margin of victory or defeat in the early exit of the Indian giants who have proved to be stars in the IPL. Playing the Indian team till the last leg of the tournament is not only the emotional need of millions of fans but it is also necessary for the business interests of the tournament.

There is little chance of much change in both the teams. But in India, Shardul Thakur can be included in place of Bhuvneshwar. At the same time, there will be doubts about Martin Guptill’s play for New Zealand.

India
Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Varun Chakraborty, Jasprit Bumrah

New Zealand
Martin Guptill, Darryl Mitchell, Kane Williamson (c), Devon Conway, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Tim Seifert (wk), Mitchell Santner, Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult

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After a week’s rest, the Indian cricket team is all set to carry forward its journey of the T20 World Cup. Team India, led by Virat Kohli, did not have a good start and suffered a one-sided defeat against Pakistan in Group B on October 24. However, now Team India has a challenge from New Zealand, against which it is necessary to win. It is not that easy in front of a great team like New Zealand.

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