New Delhi: Team India has lost the first match of the three-match ODI series by 7 wickets. The second match will be played tomorrow i.e. on 27 November at Seddon Park in Hamilton. In this match, India will take the field with a strong playing 11 with an aim to level the series.
Indian batters did well in the first ODI, but the bowling were weak. This was the main reason why Team India lost even after scoring 306 runs. The batters of New Zealand scored easily against all the bowlers except Washington Sundar. Umran Malik, who made his debut in the first ODI took two wickets, but he did not get the support of other fast bowlers.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 26, 2022
These bowlers might get a chance
2 new fast bowlers can get a chance in Team India. Currently there are 5 fast bowlers in Team India. Team India captain Shikhar Dhawan can make changes in the bowling department in the second match. Shardul Thakur, Umran Malik and Arshdeep Singh have played the first match, while all three did not look effective.
Senior bowler Deepak Chahar may get a chance in the playing 11 of Team India, He is an all-rounder. The special thing is that he is also a tremendous swing bowler, so he can get a chance in the second ODI.
Fast bowler Kuldeep Sen can debut for India. His pace is good and he can bowl consistently at around 140 kmph. Kuldeep impressed the selectors with his impressive performance for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL.
Kuldeep Sen played for India A
Kuldeep Sen can join Team India’s playing 11 in the second match against New Zealand. Hailing from Rewa in Madhya Pradesh, the bowler has again been selected in the India A team for the series against Bangladesh.