NZ vs IND Betting Tips: The opening encounter of the ODI series between New Zealand and India will occur on approaching Friday (November 25). The high-octane clash of the three-match series will take place at the renowned Eden Park, formally commencing at 7 AM (Indian Time).

PITCH REPORT: Eden Park

The iconic Eden Park stadium is a premier multi-sport venue in central Auckland. The stadium features extremely compact ground, a lush green outfield, and flat pitches. Batters of both teams will have a splendid day at the office in what is expected to be a high-scoring encounter.

TOSS PREDICTION:

Considering the hardness of the pitch, the batters will be able to extract some sort of assistance throughout the game, and hence chasing a total will not be a bad idea. Bank on New Zealand captain Kane Williamson to make a correct call at the toss and elect to field first.

Toss Winners

New Zealand
1.91

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RECENT FORM (LAST FIVE MATCHES):

NZ – L L L W W 

IND – W W L W W

HEAD TO HEAD (LAST FIVE MATCHES): 

MatchesNZ wonIND wonN/R
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TOP 5 NZ vs IND BETTING TIPS: 

1. Shubman Gill to score a half-century

Tip #1

Shubman Gill to score a half-century
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The emerging Indian opening batter is constantly being backed by the Indian team management in one-day internationals, especially with premier opener Rohit Sharma remaining unavailable. Gill has looked clinical in the role and recently scored his maiden international century during the Zimbabwe ODI series earlier this year.

2. New Zealand will be the top bowler’s team

Tip #2

New Zealand will be the top bowler’s team
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The Blackcaps unquestionably hallmark a better-equipped bowling attack as compared to the visitors of India. The likes of Tim Southee, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, and Mitchell Santner possess the ability to dominate and single-handedly win matches for the national side.

3. India’s total sixes will be over 6.5

Tip #3

India’s total sixes will be over 6.5
2.04

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Even though the hosts feature a better-balanced batting unit, the Men In Blue are second to none when it comes to six-hitting. Almost all the batters in India’s star-studded batting lineup have a wide range of shots with stand-in skipper Shikhar Dhawan leading the chart.

4. Finn Allen to score over 23.5 runs

Tip #4

Finn Allen to score over 23.5 runs
1.87

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The 23-year-old has replaced veteran Martin Guptill as New Zealand’s opener in white-ball Cricket. Having played just 30 international matches, Allen has displayed glimpses of brilliance so far early in his young career and is bound to play a big innings sooner than later. 

5. The top batter’s total will be over 105.5

Tip #5

The top batter’s total will be over 105.5
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Both New Zealand and India are portraying vigorous and strong batting lineups in the all-important ODI series. With the ground dimensions at Eden park being extremely compact, we expect at least one mammoth innings on Friday in the series opener.

NZ vs IND FINAL VERDICT:

Winners

New Zealand
1.825

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The iconic Eden Park stadium of Auckland promises to ensure a fitting beginning to the three-match ODI series between New Zealand and India. The series opener will be decisive and will certainly assist the victorious side in taking control of the all-important series.

We suggest you rely on Kane Williamson-led New Zealand to get the better of team India on Friday. The full-strength side of the Blackcaps appears much stronger than the second-string Indian team on paper. At the same time, we expect a stiff fight from Hardik Pandya and co.

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