8 FEB Matches Tips
New Zealand v India, second T20
New Zealand will welcome tourists in Eden Park, Auckland, for the second match of the three-match series, with a match to win the T20 series, India can take an immediate revenge of the heavy defeat in the one-day series. The match is scheduled on February 8 and the live action will start at 19:00 local time.
TV Channels: Star Sports, Fox Sports, Supersport, Astro Cricket HD, ATN Cricket Plus, Sky Sport NZ, Sky Sports Cricket,CBN, Willow TV, Hotstar, OSN Sports Cricket, Gazi TV
Live streaming: Hotstar, SkyGo, Now TV
Prediction of NZ vs IND toss
India went out of the ground for the first time but struggled and if they won the toss for the third consecutive time then this time they could set goals.
New Zealand Team News and Playing 11
Nz team news
Daryl Mitchell made his debut for New Zealand T20 in the first match of the series, which was awarded for the superb form in the Super Smash. Martin Guptill will miss the series through injury, he was included in the team with Jimmy Neesham, but it was Tim Seffart who batted with the outlaw last time. If New Zealand chooses to make changes, Neesham and Doug Bracewell can come in the team for Colin de Grandhome and Scott Kualjean. Blair Ticker was the other unused player in the team for the first game.
IND Team News
India can try to make changes in the first match of this series after reducing both bat and ball. Virat Kohli and Jaspreet Bumrah relaxed and KL Rahul did not call back after banning the comment made in a TV talk show. In the first game, unsuspecting players were Subhman Gill, Kedar Jadhav, Siddharth Kaul, Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammad Siraj. Among them, Kuldeep Yadav bowled well in the recent series against Australia, while Siddarth Kaul took more IPL wickets than any other Indian bowler in the previous season.
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NZ vs IND Head to Head
This will be the tenth T20 international match between New Zealand and India, in which India has won only two of the last nine outings. They make a record of at least 50 percent victory against each other, making it the worst record against any other team.
They won two wins in the recent series between the two, however, in November 2017: India won the first game by 53 runs (Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan both scored 80 runs) while posting 202/3 and then, New Zealand’s hit After the collapse of Colin Munro’s unbeaten 109 runs with a 40-run second maneuver, India won the game by six runs – Jasprit Bumrah, claiming 2-9 in his two overs to end the gap for – The series is sealed.