New Zealand vs India, 4th ODI: Preview and predicted playing XI

Central Stags' Blair Tickner is in line for a Black Caps debut

IND vs NZ 4th ODI Live streaming: With the series already sealed, India will look to continue their winning ways against New Zealand in the 4th one-day global (ODI) of the five-match series.

The three-match series will be double-headers alongside women's matches between the two sides on the same pitch. In the Black Caps' point of view, they have got their pride at stake. Both of them are likely to play in the playing XI.

India vs New Zealand 4th ODI match will be available live on Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 1 in English Commentary and Star Sports Hindi HD in Hindi Commentary.

The hosts on the other hand, were in an awesome run of form heading into the series but have been particularly poor. The latter has looked ordinary in all the matches.

Best economical pick - While the spinners have been weaving their magic, the pacers have been impressive, dismantling the top order nearly always. While on the other hand, Team India has played 9 matches on this ground and has managed to win only 3 out of them. Shubman Gill looks set to make his debut in place of Virat Kohli.

Not since Queen teamed up with David Bowie has the New Zealand public heard so much about the adversity that comes from being under pressure.

In reply, the Indians were in control of the run chase throughout the innings. "I won't comment if he will make it to World Cup but he was phenomenal as an opener for India A in New Zealand", said Prasad.

Where can I watch India vs New Zealand 4th ODI live? Taylor is in good form having already scored a century in 2019 and could be an impactful player on Thursday (January 31).

Cautions Pick - Ish Sodhi did not have a good game on Monday, as he could neither contain the run flow nor pick up a wicket and ended up bowling an expensive spell of 7-0-53-0. Mohammed Shami won the Man of the Match award.

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Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (wk), Henry Nicholls, James Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee/Todd Astle, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult.



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