New Zealand made a big mistake; Shane Warne Says India Will Win If They Do That Much!

India and New Zealand plan to implement different projects in the final of the World Trials Championship. The team that won the toss would surely play. Kiwi skipper Kane Williamson won the draw and chose the field. India’s captain Virat Kohli said that if they had won the draw, they would have gone bowling. The unexpected rain on the first match day changed the teams’ plans.

Bowling attack like this

It is clear from the announcement of the XI player that India and New Zealand have a completely different game plan. India will fall with two spinners. R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja are the spinners. The fact that they both hit well also gives boss Kohli confidence. Kohli said that spinners in India are the ones to take wickets in any situation.

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Kiwis with four pacemakers

India entered with two spinners and three pacemakers, while New Zealand entered with four pacemakers and an SUV. The Kiwis reckon the rain will help the runners. On the first day, the resistance from India made Williamson and his team worry a bit.

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Shane Vaughan is wrong

Australian spinner Shane Vaughan has said it was New Zealand’s fault for not fielding a spinner in the final. The ball will surely spin on a pitch that has a good rhythm. Vaughan tweeted that it was “surprising” that New Zealand even included a roulette wheel in Game XI. Vaughan added that if India could score between 275 and 300, the match would be against New Zealand.

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Vaughn’s tweet

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