India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI Stats Preview: Players records and approaching milestones

Determined India eye another series whitewash.

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India defeated the Black Caps by a margin of eight wickets in the second ODI to seal their seventh consecutive home series. The action now moves to Indore as New Zealand will meet India for the last time in the ODI series to be played at Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore.

Speaking about how the second ODI panned out, Rohit & co won the toss and sent the Kiwis to bat first, and the New Zealand batters did not live up to expectations as they were reduced to 15/5 inside 11 overs due to the courtesy of dominant bowling performance from India. Handy contributions from Glenn Philips, Michael Bracewell and Mitchell Santner with scores reading 36, 22 and 27 helped New Zealand to go past the three-digit mark.

Though the lower middle-order batters had starts, they could not withstand the firepower of the Indian attack as New Zealand were bundled out for 108 inside 35 overs. For India, Mohammad Shami was pick of bowlers with the spell of 3/18 in six overs, while Pandya and Sundar shared two wickets each.

In response to the 108, Rohit and Gill put together a partnership of 72 for the first wicket as Rohit completed his 48th half-century in style. India lost two wickets of Rohit for 51 and Virat for 11 runs in the chase but the Gill’s unbeaten 40 made sure the chase was completed with ease as India defeated New Zealand by eight wickets to seal the series 2-0.

Meanwhile, let us look at the stats and numbers ahead of the third ODI between India and New Zealand

Head-to-Head: India and New Zealand have met each other on 115 occasions with Team India winning 57 matches and New Zealand winning 50 matches, one match ending in Tie and seven ending in a No Result. In India, both teams have met in 37 occasions with India winning 28 matches and losing eight and one ending in a No Result.

1 – Mohammed Shami (399) needs just one wicket to reach 400 scalps across formats.

100 – Virat Kohli (24900) requires 100 runs to complete the milestone of 25000 runs in international cricket.

1 – Tom Latham (49) is one big hit away from reaching 50 sixes in one-day internationals.

2 – Tom Latham (298) needs two fours to complete 300 fours in the 50-overs format.

2 – Hardik Pandya (148) needs two wickets to reach 150 scalps across formats.

3 – Suryakumar Yadav (1997) requires three runs to get to 2000 runs in international matches.

3 – Shardul Thakur (47) needs three scalps to get to 50 wickets in ODIs.

33 – Tom Latham (3467) requires 33 runs to get to 3500 runs in the ODI format.

2 – Suryakumar Yadav (98) is two big hits away from completing 100 maximums across formats.

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