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New Zealand v India 3rd ODI Betting Tips and Odds

The 3rd ODI match taking place at the Bay Oval between New Zealand and India is one to bet on. New Zealand anticipates a 3-0 whitewash against India. During the second ODI, NZ battered first and made 273 runs. NZ has won its first two ODIs. Kane Williamson may come back from his injury which means Tom Blundell won’t likely play in the starting line-up.

India will have to avoid the whitewash after losing its first two ODIs. The 2nd ODI saw NZ win by 22 runs at Eden Park. India tried its best to contain New Zealand & lost normal wickets that should have been used wisely. We think India will be looking to make a few changes in the upcoming match on the 11 of February 2020. The team has struggled without Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma.

The Black Cats are in form and it’s up to fans to wager on their favourite team. Ausportsbeting.org has the best odds for the New Zealand v India 3rd ODI game.

Game Statistics for New Zealand vs India

Will you be backing India or New Zealand? Whichever team that you’re thinking of, remember the below three points when making your decision.

  • New Zealand was victorious in its first two ODI games.
  • Shreyas Iyer scored 103 and 52 runs in his previous two ODIs for India.
  • Ross Taylor has scored 109 and 71 runs in his past tow ODIs for NZ.

India v New Zealand Betting Odds

It looks like New Zealand are the underdogs when it comes to Tuesday’s cricket match. The team is set at 2.30 with India valued at 1.61. Ross Taylor has odds of 4.00, Martin Martin Guptill at 5.00 and Kane Williamson is set at 3.75 for the Black Cats. India’s batsman, Shreyas Iyer at 4.50 and Virat Kohli are valued at 3.40 for India.

Visit Ausportsbetting.org  for the top-rated New Zealand v India betting websites. We’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest cricket and sports news.

NZ vs IND 2nd ODI


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