New Zealand T20 World Cup Team
Kane Williamson (c) – Todd Astle – Trent Boult – Mark Chapman – Devon Conway – Lockie Ferguson – Martin Guptill – Kyle Jamieson – Daryl Mitchell – Jimmy Neesham – Glenn Phillips – Mitchell Santner – Tim Seifert (wk) – Ish Sodhi – Tim Southee – Adam Milne* (injury cover)
List of eleven players to represent India in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021
Virat Kohli (C) – Rohit Sharma (VC) – KL Rahul -Suryakumar Yadav -Rishabh Pant (wk) – Ishan Kishan (wk) – Hardik Pandya – Ravindra Jadeja – Rahul Chahar – Ravichandran Ashwin –Axar Patel – Varun Chakravarthy – Jasprit Bumrah – Bhuvneshwar Kumar – Mohd Shami
India and New Zealand face off in a crunch T20 World Cup
Clash at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on Sunday. Both teams tasted defeat in their opening matches, losing to Pakistan quite convincingly and will now be looking to register their first win in the ongoing tournament. The match could have a massive impact on both teams’ chances of reaching the semi-finals. A defeat in this game could have far-reaching consequences with games against Afghanistan, Namibia and Scotland left after this one.
India were completely outplayed in their opening game as Pakistan romped to a 10-wicket win. Captain Virat Kohli was the standout performer for India, scoring a gritty half-century. Rishabh Pant too made a handy contribution but failed to kick-on when the team needed him to. Other batters had a day to forget, as India’s famed top-order had little or no answers to the pace and swing of Shaheen Shah Afridi. India’s bowling too failed to come to the party.
Dream 11, probable playing XI and full squads of India and New Zealand
Dubai (UAE) | Jagran Sports Desk: Virat Kohli’s team would hope to bounce back against Kane Williamson-led New Zealand on Sunday at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) following a surprise loss against arch-rivals Pakistan in their inaugural game of the ICC T20I World Cup 2021 last week.
For their all crucial game against New Zealand, India might make some changes in their playing XI, bringing Ravichandran Ashwin in place of Varun Chakravarthy. Team India might also bring the in-form Ishan Kishan in place of Hardik Pandya who has been struggling with form since the IPL 2021 phase 2. Team India might also include the in-form Shardul Thakur in place of Bhuvneshwar Kumar who looked pale against Pakistan last Sunday. Similarly, the Kiwis might bring Todd Astle in place of Daryl Mitchell in the playing XI.