“Dish Over, Time For Main Course”: Scott Styris Lays Down Challenge For Team India

ter finishing up the Australia visit on a high, India are booked to visit New Zealand for five One Day Internationals and three T20 Internationals, beginning on Wednesday. India drew the three-coordinate T20I arrangement 1-1 and won their lady Test arrangement in Australia in 71 years and 11 endeavors before securing their first-historically speaking respective ODI arrangement on an exceedingly effective visit Down Under. In front of another intense visit, previous New Zealand cricketer Scott Styris set out a test for Virat Kohli and his group. “Well done @BCCI ..dish is after some time for the primary course,” Styris tweeted on Friday.

Well done @BCCI ..dish is after some time for the principle course!!!

— Scott Styris (@scottbstyris) January 18, 2019

Australia were playing without their conspicuous batsmen Steve Smith and David Warner, who are serving one-year bans for their contribution in the scandalous ball-altering embarrassment in South Africa in March 2018.

New Zealand, then again, look overwhelming as ever with commander Kane Williamson in momentous shape. Other than the captain, prepared batsmen Ross Taylor and Martin Guptill are additionally riding the best frame right now.

In the ongoing 3-0 directing of Sri Lanka in the three-coordinate ODI arrangement at home, Williamson shown others how its done scoring 132 keeps running in three innings with two fifty or more thumps.

Taylor, 34, completed as the best run-scorer in the ODI arrangement with 281 runs, including a critical 137un thump in the third and last match in Nelson.

New Zealand opener Guptill collected 153 keeps running in the ODI arrangement with a match-winning century in the primary match in Mount Maunganui.

New Zealand have united their most grounded conceivable line-up for the ODI arrangement against India.

Then again, India have chosen to rest their prime pacer Jasprit Bumrah and Hyderabad-based quick bowler Mohammed Siraj has been brought in as his substitution.

“Remembering the outstanding task at hand of the bowler, it was best felt to give him sufficient rest in front of the home arrangement against Australia. Mohammed Siraj will substitute Bumrah in the squad for the Australia and New Zealand visit,” the BCCI said in an announcement.

Bumrah was the joint-driving wicket-taker close by Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon with 21 wickets in the four-Test arrangement Down Under.

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