Best cricbuzz prediction: Can India and New Zealand conquer the Hyderabad spectacle?

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India vs New Zealand is a battle of the titans

It feels like it’s finally the World Cup year. Organizers try to invite as many big events as possible and writers are doing the same so they can focus on their work In an era of content saturation, something pure happened in Hyderabad Wednesday night. A game that doesn’t require a lot of excitement. independent game. A game you won’t soon forget… And it’s time to go beyond that. That’s why I feel great. Because that series will be another notch in the bilateral cricket calendar for all the spins that have been put into it. And it turned out to be funny. There is a buzz. I have expectations. There are thrills. Imagine half of what happened at the World Cup two days ago.

Shubman Gill was good. Incredibly good. There was over-the-top and then this. The 23-year-old, who scored his second century in his 49 overs of the ODI and single-handedly supported the rest of the team, has not even mentioned his opponents. Somewhere in Nakatomi Plaza, John McClane is curled up in a ball and crying because he’s no longer the gold standard when it comes to doing the impossible. Pull whim.

But listen, John. It’s okay. it happens. This sport you’ve probably never heard of does this all the time. About an hour later New Zealand were 131 for 6 in a 350 chase and this guy named Michael Bracewell was about to destroy everything we held sacred. The growth of the golden boy in Indian cricket is almost always accompanied by the humiliation of the opposition. Sunil Gavaskar defeated Garry Sovers. Sachin Tendulkar defeated his Adbul Qadir. Virat Kohli defeated Lasith Malinga. Gill defeated Lockie Ferguson. He was then supposed to ride all the way until sunset, but he had to wait. he sweated

So we still feel the shivers of this game and the anticipation of what’s to come, because India vs New Zealand is a match of equals with the Giants.

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India wwwww (last completed his 5 his ODIs, latest first)
New Zealand LWWLW

In the spotlight:
Hardik Pandya and Glenn Phillips

Once upon a time, Hardik Pandya stepped onto the cricket pitch and started pushing the boundaries. He came to a press conference and Marlon stopped in front of Samuel and said with a perfectly calm face, “I could have hit a 6 at any moment. It’s been erased.” Two of his four slowest ODI innings (30-ball minimum) were last week. Both on difficult pitches and wins. India hoped the all-rounder difference would add to the game, not necessarily a compromise as Hardik was scaring his opponents. of his reach.

We all know Glenn Phillips has a Stephen Smith vibe, right? with his demeanor. on his backlift. in a way he refused to run. To make the most of what Smith doesn’t have, he likely copied him, one of the most unbeatable hitters of the modern era. Pure beautiful power. This guy claims he does 800 push-ups a day to keep going. 6 hits. The West Indies, Sri Lanka and Pakistan have all seen how devastating, even dire, it can be. India may also see it at some point in this series. Team news:
Will India try Malik? How is Sodi doing again?

The middleover did not go to India with the ball in Hyderabad. So would she want to bring Umran Malik? The advantage is its speed. The downside is that when it comes to Shardul Thakur, her punch depth hits hard.

India (probable): 1 Rohit Sharma (capt), 2 Shubman Gill, 3 Virat Kohli, 4 Ishan Kishan (wk), 5 Suryakumar Yadav, 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Washington Sundar, 8 Shardul Thakur, 9 Kuldeep Yadav, 10 Mohammed Shami, 11 Mohammed Siraj

Ish Sodhi, currently out with an ankle injury, is tracking well according to New Zealand batting coach Luke Ronchi. A call on his inclusion will be made later.

New Zealand (probable): 1 Finn Allen, 2 Devon Conway, 3 Henry Nicholls, 4 Daryl Mitchell, 5 Tom Latham (capt & wk), 6 Glenn Phillips, 7 Michael Bracewell, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Ish Sodhi/Henry Shipley, 10 Doug Bracewell, 11 Lockie Ferguson

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