IND vs NZ: India and New Zealand team is ready to play their last match. Today both the teams will be face to face at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. The most important thing in this match is that like the series with Sri Lanka, the Indian team has made a 2-0 lead against New Zealand as well. In such a situation, today captain Rohit Sharma has a great chance to clean sweep once again. At the same time, Rohit Sharma also has a great chance to match former batsman Gautam Gambhir with this clean sweep. In such a situation, it has to be seen today that how is the performance of the Indian team.
Chance to break the record made 13 years ago
In the series of 5 ODIs played between India and New Zealand in the year 2010, the Indian team made a clean sweep. Let us tell you that then the command of the Indian team was in the hands of former cricketer Gautam Gambhir. Earlier, the Indian team won all the matches of the 4-match ODI series in 1988. In such a situation, the Indian team has a great chance to make a record once again after 13 years at the Holkar ground. On the other hand, in case of defeating the Kiwis, Team India will win the seventh ODI match in a row. Let us tell you that the Indian team had won 9 consecutive ODIs in the year 2017 before this.
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Both teams have excellent records
India’s team may have maintained an edge over the Kiwis but the figures are somewhat contrary to this. Let us tell you that 115 ODIs have been played between India and New Zealand, out of which the Indian team has won only 57 matches, while New Zealand has won 50 matches. There has been a tie in these matches and the results of 7 matches are yet to come. The Indian team has played 37 matches against New Zealand on their home soil, out of which India has won 28 matches.
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