Cricbuzz prediction: Getting more batting opportunities over the past year has helped my power play. Santner

New Zealand left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner feels like he’s been given more hitting opportunities in the last 12 months.

Santner scored his ODI 50 for the third time on Wednesday, assisting a ferocious Michael Bracewell for his seven wickets against India in the 162-run Hurricanes, helping New Zealand to Hyderabad’s finish at his home. I got very close to the line.

His game His plan, his 8 batting average, was simple, he would hit a 6 on the first pitch. That was evident on Friday when Shaheed Vianarayansingh hit the net at center in the stadium.

Like other New Zealand batsmen, he faced mainly spinners and tried to hit most of the balls from the park.

“As an all-rounder, we have to involve both departments,” he said. In the past year or so, batting opportunities have increased. At the bottom he can be very difficult when he has three or four overs left,” he said ahead of his second ODI.

“The essence of hitting the 7s and 8s is that you have to hit hard from the first pitch. I’ll try.If you have more time to hit like the other day, please go into the inning a little more. “Sometimes it’s out with 15 overs to go, sometimes it’s out with two to go. Santner also provided a fitness update for leg spinner Ish Sodi, who had the bowl at the net. With Santner, Soddy and off-spinner Bracewell on their roster, New Zealand ‘covers’ all bases.

India scored 349 points in his first ODI, but Santner believed the spinner bowled well and it was Shubman Gill who took the game away from him.

“Gill’s use of creases before and after is very difficult for spin bowlers.

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