INDIA VS NEW ZEALAND, IND VS NZ, TODAY MATCH PREDICTION
For India, Suryakumar Yadav will be the series MVP.
1. With his left-arm wrist spin, Kuldeep Yadav will present a threat to the Kiwi batters.
2. In this match, we anticipate Devon Conway to score the most goals for New Zealand.
3. In five T20Is, New Zealand has not defeated India.
Team India will win this match.
IND VS NZ MATCH PREDICTION & ANALYSIS
In the ODI series, Team India defeated New Zealand by a score of 3-0. The two teams will now prepare for the three-match T20I series that starts on Friday in Ranchi. In a T20I series, the Kiwis have never defeated India at home. New Zealand might be excited about their chances because many of the regulars for the home team won't be in the series. However, Team India will begin the series as a favorite because they are a formidable opponent at home.
For the T20 series, India will have many new players, but ODI regulars Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have been left out. The T20 team will once again be led by all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who has been in excellent form with both the bat and the ball.
After more than a year and a half, India has chosen Prithvi Shaw to play for them. It is likely that the aggressive opening batter, who has performed admirably in domestic cricket, will be given a chance. Naturally, India's batter to watch out for is Suryakumar Yadav. He has been one of the best T20 batsmen in the world, scoring 112* off 67 balls in a recent match against Sri Lanka.
Although Rahul Tripathi only appeared in two T20I matches for India, he has demonstrated that he can serve as an enforcer at No. 3. Deepak Hooda has another chance to show that he is a finisher.
Arshdeep Singh, a left-arm pacer, has taken 14 wickets in the last nine matches at an economy of 8.93, followed by Umran Malik, who has taken 7 wickets in the last 3 T20Is at an economy of 9.63, and Hardik Pandya, who has taken 7 wickets in the last 10 matches at 7.43. This season, Pandya has done well with the new ball, so he should bowl at least two or three overs in the beginning. Kuldeep, a wrist spinner with the left arm, has recently been in excellent form. In the five One-Day Internationals he has played this year in India, he has frequently posed a threat to the batsmen and has taken 11 wickets. The Kiwi batters will experience a change by attacking him.
India Team- Prithvi Shaw/ Shubman Gill, Ishan Kishan (wk), Rahul Tripathi, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya (c), Deepak Hooda, Washington Sundar, Shivam Mavi, Kuldeep Yadav, Umran Malik, Arshdeep Singh
New Zealand Preview
So far, New Zealand's India tour hasn't gone as planned. The Kiwis have a chance to redeem themselves in the shortest international format after being left out of the ODI series. They also have the right people in place to do the job.
Despite the fact that Finn Allen is a dangerous T20 batter and should perform better here, he only scored 40 runs in the ODI series against India. At a strike rate of 163.40, he has completed 25 innings of T20Is and scored one hundred and two fifty runs. Devon Conway, who scored a magnificent 138 runs off 100 deliveries in the third ODI against India, will attempt to carry that momentum into the T20Is. Because of the IPL, he has played on these surfaces before, and he will be New Zealand's primary batsman.
Glenn Phillips is yet another batter to keep an eye out for. The powerful hard-hitter has scored 356 runs over the course of his last ten games, batting at an average of 39.56 and striking out 167.92 times.
The Kiwis will rely on Lockie Ferguson to deliver in their absence of Tim Southee and Trent Boult. The right-arm fast bowler has taken 41 wickets in 28 T20I matches at an economy of 7.36 and regularly bowls at speeds over 140 km/h. With his left-arm spin, Captain Mitchell Santner (11 wickets in the last eight matches at an economy of 6.71) will be useful on these surfaces. Because he can take crucial wickets in the middle overs, leg spinner Ish Sodhi, who has taken 10 wickets in the last 10 matches at an economy of 7.79, will also be crucial to New Zealand's chances.
New Zealand Team- Finn Allen, Devon Conway (wk), Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, Glenn Phillips, Michael Bracewell, Mitchell Santner (c), Lockie Ferguson, Henry Shipley, Blair Tickner, Ish Sodhi
At Ranchi's JSCA International Stadium, the pitch is slow and dry. Spinners will generate some turn and bounce off the surface, whereas seamers may generate some initial movement. Batters, on the other hand, will relish facing pacers rather than spinners in this setting.
During the match, Ranchi's weather will be pleasant and cool.
The typical score batting first at the JSCA Global Arena Complex in Ranchi is 156. In November 2021, India and New Zealand played their last Twenty20 International at the venue. New Zealand batted first and scored 153-6, which India chased down in 17.2 overs with 7 wickets remaining. Since this is not likely to be a high-scoring match, the team that bats first should aim for 170-180 runs.
Toss: To Bowl
At the JSCA International Stadium Complex, there have been three Twenty20 Internationals, two of which have been won by the second-ranked team. In this match, the team that wins the toss is likely to field first.
India and New Zealand have played 22 Twenty20 Internationals, 12 of which have been won by the Men in Blue and 9 by the Kiwis. A tie occurred in one match. India has won four of the last five T20I matches between these two teams, with one match ending in a tie. Due to the fact that India are the home team and are currently in excellent limited-overs form, they will be the favorites to win this match. New Zealand will be difficult to stop if some of their batters, like Devon Conway or Glenn Phillips, perform well. India, on the other hand, appears to have more balance and depth for these circumstances, and it ought to win this contest.
Team India will win this match over New Zealand.