result in India vs New Zealand score live today 2019

India vs New Zealand live results, World Cup warm-up: Dhoni in focus; Hardik and Karthik fall to leave India six below.
result in India vs New Zealand score live today 2019
Capture the live results and the latest updates of the warm-up match between India and New Zealand at the Kennington Oval in London before the ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Grandhomme in the middle of an exceptional spell: in his fifth time Dhoni takes a key to finish the end. Four out of that. Jimmy Neesham in the attack He hits immediately; Hardik approaches the goalkeeper and India has lost its fifth wicket. IND 77/5 after 19.1 overs Dinesh Karthik joins Dhoni Karthik hits the first four-ball before locking himself

Ferguson tests Dhoni with a gorilla. He has beaten for his pace there, it is MS, and there is no contact there, but the ball flies over the goalkeeper's head for four byes! Six out of the end of grand home in his room Only one race coming out of her. Ferguson for his fourth bowl of India crawling at this moment Outside edge and moves away for four ... Hardik follows him with an elegant whip on the back for four. Make three 13 out of that IND 73/4 after 18 overs.

from grand home to continue Dhoni takes a solo and gets off strike Hardik is followed by a quick double. Three out of that. Ferguson only grants two in his second. The last 5 overseas, India has scored only 14 for the loss of a wicket. De Grandhomme continues. Dhoni is happy to have his arms on his shoulders: only one runs on the IND 53/4 end after 15 overs

The figures for Boult so far: 5-1-20-3. Colin de Grandhomme presented in the attack. He takes out the big shot: Kohli is rolled up by an inswinger M.S. Dhoni has joined Hardik Pandya He gets off the IND 41/4 mark after 11 overs Lockie Ferguson is welcome in the attack with a well-programmed dial-up unit by Hardik. Six of the most

Southee in his room on Only one escape. Both sealers get an inestimable movement out of the field and in the air. Kohli, meanwhile, continues to deal with limits: cut one through the covers for four. Five of the most Hardik greets Southee with a coverage unit for four. It follows with five points. IND 38/3 after 9 overs.

Southee to continue Rahul has been on the pads for an inswinger Review of New Zealand, again. The reps show the ball missing the stumps by a large margin. Rahul survives A reinforcement to finish the end. Boult to continue. Rahul shows his class with a glorious blow to the sweeper for four The Boult wood attacks for the third time while KL Rahul plays. IND 24/3 after 5.3 envelopes. Hardik Pandya joins Kohli He leaves the mark with a limit
Shoot Kohli dances down the track and caresses her through an extra deck for four. Six out of the end Trent Boult will continue, and there was a call to be caught behind. Given no outside. Opinions of New Zealand. Dhawan the man in question Has left Dhawan is leaving, and India is in trouble. KL Rahul leaves at 4. Rahul is out of place with a single One deck unit from Kohli's signature earns him more Seven than more IND 17/2 after 4 overs

Rohit gets off The India campaign is underway. Dhawan also opens his account with a simple single. A point to finish the envelope. IND 3/0 after 1 more. Trent Boult has left Rohit has been awarded lbw but has reviewed it after a long conversation with Dhawan. It is the referee's call Rohit part for two and an excellent swinger of Boult makes the Kiwis his first wicket. Virat Kohli into 3. Three slips for Dhawan Just one more race and one window

Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan will open for India, Tim Southee with the new ball.

TOSS UPDATE: Virat Kohli has won the draw and India will bat first.

Kedar Jadhav and Vijay Shankar will not appear in today's contest.

PITCH REPORT: "There's a lot of grass in the field, and it's green grass, these are friendly conditions for Oval bowling," acknowledges Shaun Pollock.

Kohli: "It looks like a pitch with some grass and you want to put yourself in difficult situations in warm-up games." The warm-up games give you the opportunity to combine practices, which is the best type of practice. If you're happy to get to fifty and leave, then it's okay that Vijay was hit on the net yesterday, so he will not play, Kedar is also playing.

Williamson: "The surface will be a bit demanding for the higher order, but that's what it's about, participating in match practice and entering the main competition, we'll also use 13, in all the different roles Matt Henry Tom Latham is not playing today " 
Just then, the crowd is slowing down the oval!

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TEAM VISIT: World Cup: number 4 faces warming

Armed with pedigree, personal and form, the favorite of India will look to start running when it faces New Zealand in its first warm-up match of the World Cup here on Saturday.

However, with India still to clear the fog of confusion over the No. 4 position, it will be much more than a ritual of allowing one batter of first order after another - the giants in their own right - a hit in the middle.

The start at the Kennington Oval will go beyond the experiments with his highly qualified bowling attack, and a little attention will be on K L Rahul and Vijay Shankar, contenders for the number 4 spot.

Nicknamed the most challenging World Cup in history due to a format that is a throwback to the 1992 edition, the Virat Kohli team came to the UK with the confidence of adding their two titles in the main event of the International Cricket Council ( ICC).

India won the tournament in 1983 and 2011.

Kohli's men, second behind England in the one-day international ranking, will begin the tournament between the host nation and the defending champion Australia.

Start your campaign in the tournament against South Africa in Southampton on June 5, but India will have its first contact with the mega event in the emblematic British capital.

While the arc lights will be trained firmly in their talismanic pattern, the number one hitter in the cricket game of 50 and over, India and her opponent will also see their imagined pace attack which is a combination of speed and cunning.

In Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan as starters followed by Virat Kohli, India has one of the three best and most powerful in the world. Veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni, veteran Kedar Jadhav, and great Hardik Pandya added depth to the lineup.

Opponents will note the ability of India's sealers to exploit the conditions, which could be the most important factor for the future.

Jasprit Bumrah, the best ODI bowler in the world, leads the rhythm along with Mohammed Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Hardik.

The Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal wristbands add variety to the Indian attack, and Kohli sees them in an influential role in the coming weeks.

The experienced Ross Taylor, one of the best-limited hitters in recent years, had said it was good that New Zealand was playing in India in the practice game. The opposite is also true for India, as New Zealand offers them the kind of challenge that could stiffen the battle of the Kohli team.

Kohli has expressed confidence in the ability of his team to live up to the billing, while his counterpart, Kane Williamson, also expressed that it was the team that was back, with New Zealand against Bangladesh on February 19 against Bangladesh.

"It's been great to have the last days, we have not played once for a couple of months, but we're not the only ones on that boat." The guys are excited to be back at camp, which is really refreshing, and we're waiting for the challenges we've had, "Williamson said at the Captain's meeting. 

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