3 reasons why India’s spin bowling department is better than New Zealand’s

Having clinched the rain-affected T20I series against New Zealand 1-0, Team India will now look to make a significant impact in the upcoming one-day series as well. The Men in Blue and the Kiwis will face-off in three ODIs from November 25 to November 30. The first match will be played in Auckland, the second in Hamilton and the final one in Christchurch.

While the one-dayers took a backseat for a majority of 2022 since the teams were preparing for the T20 World Cup in Australia, the focus…

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