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India vs New Zealand ODI Series, 2022: 2nd ODI Preview

India vs New Zealand ODI Series, 2022: 2nd ODI Preview

India vs New Zealand ODI Series, 2022: 2nd ODI Preview

The world is prepared to watch another another exciting ODI cricket match. The second ODI of India’s 2022 tour of New Zealand is slated to take place at Hamilton’s Seddon Park on Sunday, November 27, 2022.

India won the three-match T20 series, but they struggled to get off to a good start in the three-match ODI series and dropped the first game by a significant margin of seven wickets. While we don’t criticise India’s performance, the reality that they lost cannot be denied. After losing the T20 series, New Zealand made a great comeback and is currently 1-0 up in the ODI series.

Because of their batting order’s best effort, New Zealand won the opening ODI match. They threw the coin and chose to field first. Their bowling team’s performance was not as strong as they had hoped. In 50 overs, 306 runs were conceded. Almost all of their bowlers gave up a lot of runs. The bowler who had the most success for their team was Lockie Ferguson, who took three wickets in 10 overs against 59 runs.

Tim Southee put in a strong performance as well, taking three wickets while being hit for 73 runs in 10 overs. The other bowler that recorded a wicket was Adam Milne. In 10 overs, he bowled, he took one wicket but gave up 67 runs. The bowlers who were unable to secure any wickets were Matt Henry and Mitchell Santner.

The way New Zealand’s batting order fared in the last game was just fantastic. Almost all of their hitters scored runs as they quickly reached their 307 run target in just 47.1 overs. The most successful and greatest run-scorer for their team was Tom Latham, who amassed a century. After reaching 145 runs on 104 balls with the help of 19 boundaries and five enormous sixes, he continued to be unbeaten until the target was reached. Kane Williamson, the captain, also displayed excellent batting skills. He hit seven boundaries and a massive six in his 94 runs on 98 balls.

Pitch Report: At Hamilton’s Seddon Park, the second One-Day International against New Zealand and India will be contested. Regarding crowd capacity, this is one of the largest arenas in New Zealand. This location’s pitch is suitable for batting. Additionally, it offers some assistance to spin bowlers. A total of 330 runs should be a par score according to the live cricket score.

Weather Report: On the day of the game, Hamilton’s weather forecast is favourable. There is almost no danger of rain, and we could get to see the entire game.

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