November 23, 2021 Sports Betting
India will host New Zealand at Green Park Stadium in Kanpur on 25/11/2021 in one of the games that punters expect a lot of drama. In the previous events, India has been the better side. However, this game will be both teams’ first Test match after the World Cup. Be up-to-date with facts concerning the event by reading through this review.
India and New Zealand have a long history in cricket tournaments. India has been the better side when it hosts the events at home. Additionally, India has undergone a lot of restructuring following the dismal performance in Dubai 2021 ICC men’s T20 World Cup. New Zealand beat by 8 wickets in that World Cup tournament. We, therefore, predict that this game will go against the away team.
In the last three games between India and New Zealand, the first inning has been very scintillating for the home team. The home team has recorded over 1.5 scores in those three events. Given the confidence in the Indian camp, the first inning will be very tense. Each team will try to set the tempo as soon as the game starts.
Ashwin was a standout bowler during the three T201 events. In as much as he was not the leading wicket-taker, his impact was remarkable. Ashwin had one wicket in the last two games but still stands out as an inspiring player. He concedes runs at an economical rate of 5.25. This record implies that batters have not been facing him with the hope of getting better than him.
Rohit Shara left a mark in the T201 series events where he managed 103 runs making him the series’ leading run-getter. If he continues with his form, New Zealand bowlers will find it difficult to get better results.
The event will show on Sports Network. Moreover, one can follow it through live streaming on Disney and various bookmakers such as bet365 or 1xbet.
The match between India and New Zealand will take place at the Green Park stadium in Kanpur
The event starts at 9:30 am IST
There have been 60 Test clashes between the two teams. India has emerged victorious on 21 occasions while New Zealand has been the better team on 13 occasions. Out of the 60 games, 26 have ended all square.