Mahendra Singh Dhoni

India asked to bowl first in fourth ODI against Kiwis

India asked to bowl first in fourth ODI against Kiwis

Ranchi [India], Oct.26 : New Zealand have finally won the toss and elected to bat first in the fourth ODI of the five-match series against the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led India at the JSCA International Stadium Complex here on Wednesday.

As far as Playing XI is concerned, India have made one change in the squad.Dhawal Kulkarni has been called in as a replacement of Jasprit Bumrah.

Meanwhile, New Zealand have brought in three spinners--Ish Sodhi, Anton Devcich and BJ Watling -for the fourth match. Luke Ronchi and Matt Henry have been left out from the squad.

Neesham lauds Dhoni, Kohli for outstanding batting display in Mohali

Neesham lauds Dhoni, Kohli for outstanding batting display in Mohali

Wellington [New Zealand], Oct.24 : New Zealand all-rounder James Neesham is full of praise for India's limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and swashbuckling batsman Virat Kohli, after the duo stitched a huge 151-run partnership to guide their side to an emphatic seven-wicket win in the third ODI of the five-match series in Mohali last evening.

The 26-year-old, who was brought in the squad as a replacement for Anton Devcich, believes that it was not his side who bowled poorly, but it was the Indian duo who batted outstandingly.

Dhoni all praise for young Indian bowling attack post Kiwis' drubbing

Dhoni all praise for young Indian bowling attack post Kiwis' drubbing

Dharamsala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], Oct.17 : Backing debutant Hardik Pandya to become one of the premier fast bowlers for next year's Champions Trophy in England, India's limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has heaped praise on his side's bowling performance after their emphatic six-wicket win over New Zealand in the opening ODI in Dharamsala last evening.

Dhoni took everyone by surprise by handing Pandya the new ball ahead of Jasprit Bumrah, but the all-rounder soon showed that the skipper took the right decision as he finished with the figures of three for 31.

Indian cricket very different from that of West, insists Dhoni

Indian cricket very different from that of West, insists Dhoni

Dharamsala [India], Oct. 17 : Asserting that Indian cricket is very different from that of other foreign teams, limited overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has asserted that instead of following the West, emphasis should be put on what is good for the team and how it could be turned into a successful one.

India to take on New Zealand in first ODI today in Dharamshala

India to take on New Zealand in first ODI today in Dharamshala

Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], Oct. 16 : The first of the five matches in the India-New Zealand ODI series will be held in Dharamsala today.

Brimming with confidence after a clean-sweep in the Test series, Team India would obviously look forward to carry on their dominance over New Zealand in the shorter format too.

The pressure will be high on Dhoni as India need to beat New Zealand by a 4-1 margin to claim the third spot in the ICC ODI rankings.

The Kiwis are currently ranked third with 113 points while India is at fourth with 110.

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