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India's first T20 against injured New Zealand today

Auckland. The Indian team will start a five-match series against host New Zealand tomorrow, starting January 23rd ( in preparation for the proposed Twenty20 World Cup in Australia this year. The Indian team will face a challenging wicket for the bowlers. Unlike other overseas tours, the tour is starting immediately for the Indian team as the team is playing its first Twenty20 tournament in just five days after their arrival in New Zealand.

As he completed the Windy series against Australia last week. The Indian team arrived in Auckland on Tuesday, after which it rested on Wednesday. On Thursday, after only one day of net practice, he is set to field against New Zealand on Friday for the first match. On the other hand, the busy schedule will give the Indian team management a chance to test their stand in the players' demonstrations as the Twenty20 World is scheduled to be played in Australia in October for which the Indian selectors will be selected.

 Despite injuries to Shikharudhun, Hardik Pandya, Deepak Chahar and Bhuneshwar Kumar, other players have dealt well with the opportunities and challenges they faced, and in particular, El Rahul's brilliant performance in limited overs cricket as per Indian plans. Have done. Rahul Sharma, who was included in the West Indies as a replacement for Shukrudhun, has given the team a good start with Rohit Sharma. It is expected that Manish Pandey will be included in the fifth batsman's team. Pandya, Air and Pantha have all had net practices together but Sanju Samson is among the contenders. In the fast bowling department, there will be competition between Mohammad Sami, Jaspreet Bumrah, Nadeep Saini and Shirdal Thakur. This is the first match between India and New Zealand after the World Cup semi-final where India suffered a defeat against New Zealand. The New Zealand team faces the problem of injuries to its key players. Services for New Zealand are not available due to injuries to Trent Bold, Matt Henry and Loki Ferguson, while Ken Williamson's poor performance is also a cause for concern.

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