India vs New Zealand Live Streaming: India vs New Zealand 4th ODI free & paid live streaming on tv and online 31 Jan: Kick off time, team news, match information, Betting Preview
Having already completed a series win, India faces New Zealand at Seddon Park, Hamilton, in the fourth ODI of their five-match series. The match is scheduled for January 31 and the live action begins at 15:00 local time.
IND: 92 (30.5 Ovs)
NZ: 93/2 (14.4 Ovs)
New Zealand won by 8 wickets
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IND Team News:
With the series wrapped up, this is India’s chance to take a look at any players still undecided on ahead of the World Cup. Dinesh Karthik and Hardik Pandya will be two of those, having both come in to the team last time out – replacing MS Dhoni and Vijay Shankar respectively. Virat Kohli is being rested for these final two games, meanwhile, meaning Rohit Sharma will captain the team. Teenager Shubman Gill could be the man to replace Kohli. Ambati Rayudu is banned from bowling due to being reported for a suspect action, but that does not affect his place in the team.
NZ Team News:
Mitchell Santner replaced Colin de Grandhomme for the third ODI and New Zealand are likely to make further changes as they look to win back some pride in this series. James Neesham and Todd Astle have been called up to the squad, to replace Doug Bracewell and Ish Sodhi, and both could come straight into the starting XI. Matt Henry is yet to feature too, and could also therefore be called into the side.
Match: India vs New Zealand
Competition: India tour of New zealand 2018-19
Date: Wednesday 31th January
Kick-off time: 2:00 AM (GMT)
Stadium: Seddon Park, Hamilton
Predicted xi for Both Team
|Rohit Sharma||Martin Guptill|
|Shikhar Dhawan||Colin Munro|
|Shubman Gill||Kane Williamson|
|Ambati Rayudu||Ross Taylor|
|Dinesh Karthik||Henry Nicholls|
|Hardik Pandya||Tom Latham|
|Kedar Jadhav||Mitchell Santner|
|Kuldeep Yadav||Todd Astle|
|Bhuvneshwar Kumar||James Neesham|
|Yuzvendra Chahal||Matt Henry|
|Mohammed Shami||Trent Boult|
Having wrapped up a series win, India are 1.66 to make it four wins from four with Bet365, while Betfair are offering 1.62. New Zealand are 2.25 with the latter to win.
India’s opening pair are in good form with the bat, and they are 1.72 with Bet365 to post the highest opening partnership. Individually, Rohit Sharma is 3.00 to be their top batsman – as he has been in the last two games – and Shikhar Dhawan is 3.75.
Ross Taylor at least re-found form last time out, however. He is 5.00 with Bet365 to be their top batsman again, having been in fine batting form in the 50-over game.
Mohammed Shami has been man of the match twice already, meanwhile. Despite that, you can still back him at as high as 21.00 to be man of the match for a third time with Bet365.
With India’s batsmen in encouraging form and their bowlers comfortably on top, it is hard to see how New Zealand can prevent a fourth Indian win.
Final Verdict: Back India to beat New Zealand at 1.66 with Bet365 and 1.62 with Betfair.