SL vs SA 3rd match has coming….

Hello Everyone, New Zealand’s turbo-aggressive yet endearing cricket turned a rugby-mad nation into a cricket-loving country in 2015. Brendon McCullum, the (Super)man who was at the forefront of New Zealand’s surge then, will breathe easy in the commentary box this time. Sure, Kane Williamson hates it – but the focus will be on him this time. The current New Zealand captain is more endearing than turbo-aggressive, and he recently led the side to World No.2nd for the first time. Can New Zealand go one step better in the 2019 World Cup?

New Zealand had suffered a premature exit Champ Trop 17 in England – partly due to the absence of bonafide power-hitters on flat pitches – but they have now remedied that. The latest version of J.Nashem can go boom from ball one – T.Prerea The latest version of Mitchell Santner and big-hitting allrounder Colin de Grandhomme can provide more spark with the bat in the lower order Nz.

WorldCup 2019

PK vs WD For West Indies, the World Cup is their reference point to glory, so sweetly timed was this competition’s induction to cricket for that magical side which dominated the sport for the best part of 20 years it took them three editions and eight years before they finally let a trophy leave their grasp. It was 40 years ago when they last lay claim to one of these, and after all that time spent wandering in the desert, they may feel destiny has the Promised Land in reach


The Indian camp would also be pleased with the all round show put up by Hardik Pandya on his return to the Indian side at Bay Oval. The fourth ODI also provides another chance for India’s slightly vulnerable middle order batsmen to make an impact. Meanwhile, Mohammed Shami, who has been in prime form in the series, would look for another fine show as he continues to press for a regular spot in the Indian side for the World Cup.

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