India has already won the ongoing five match ODI series against New Zealand with three wins to just one loss. Questions were to be raised after what happened at Hamilton. The world number two side was bowled out under three digit score. Bhuvneshwar Kumar has said that the team don’t want to be dependent on Virat Kohli. Kumar’s statement came after kohli has been rested for the rest of the series. We’re here to have a look on what changes can India make in the final match of the series.
Possible playing eleven:
After the fourth ODI performance, the Kiwi team forced the Indian team to think twice before stepping on the Westpac stadium. It is unlikely that Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan will be rested. Team management has no choice but to give the opportunity to Shubhaman Gill at number three. Rayudu has scored an average of 50 in the ongoing series, so it is likely that Rayudu got the second chance at number four.
Dhoni is definitely making a comeback after team’s performance at Hamilton. There is a battle going on for the number 6 batsman. Kedar Jadhav should get a chance because Jadhav can bowl too. Hardik Pandya will be playing a role of fast bowling all-rounder. Mohammed Shami and Bhubneshwar Kumar are the two main fast bowlers of the squad. Spin section will include Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal.