NZ vs IND 2nd ODI
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The NZ vs IND second ODI will be played at Seddon Park in Hamilton on November 25. The Kiwis won the first ODI and India needs to win the second to keep the series alive. A loss in the second ODI will be India’s second ODI series loss on the trot against the Kiwis. The Kiwis won their last 5 ODIs against India. This was their 50th win over the Men in Blue in the format.

India defeated the home team New Zealand in the three-match T20I series 1-0. The opening T20I game was washed out due to rain. In the 2nd T20I, the men-in-blue won by 65 runs after defending a mammoth 191-run target. The IND vs NZ 3rd T20I was tied through the DLS method.

Kane Williamson and Tom Latham
Kane Williamson and Tom Latham. Pic Credits: Twitter.

The Kiwis came back strongly to win the first ODI on the back of Kane Williamson’s 94* and Tom Latham’s unbeaten 145. Together they added an unbeaten 221-run stand to win the NZ v IND first ODI.

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As far as NZ vs IND head-to-head is concerned, both teams have played 111 ODIs to date with India winning 55 and the Kiwis winning 50. India last played in New Zealand in 2020. The Men in Blue won the T20I series 5-0. However, the Kiwis came back to win the ODI (3-0) and Test (2-0) series. One of their last five wins against India was the 2019 World Cup semi-final which put India out of the tournament.

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NZ vs IND Weather Forecast And Pitch Report Of Seddon Park, Hamilton– India Tour Of New Zealand 2022, 2nd ODI

Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan. Pic Credits: Twitter.

The NZ vs IND second ODI will be played on November 27. The match starts at 7 am IST which is 2.30 pm local time. There is a rain threat during the day with the temperature around 18 degrees with considerable clouds and heavy showers.

The Seddon Park in Hamilton is another track in New Zealand that is excellent for batting, and the batters will enjoy their time out there in the middle. It has nine pitches laid out on the playing surface. So far 46 matches have been played in Hamilton with 26 of them won by the team chasing. The first ODI was a classic example of what teams should do if they win the toss in New Zealand.

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