NEW ZEALAND INNINGS
Over 23.1 || Score 79/10 (Boult 1)
Axar Patel brought back into the attack and he needed only one ball to send Santner back to the dressing room. New Zealand would be disappointed with such a huge margin of defeat.
MJ Santner b Patel 4 (10b)
Over 23 || Score 79/9 (Santner 4, Boult 1)
Last 10 overs have earned India 7 wickets for just 21 runs. A splendid performance by the hosts as Kiwis look set to incur a surprisingly harsh defeat.
Over 22 || Score 76/9 (Santner 2, Boult 0)
5th wicket of the day for Amit Mishra. New Zealand keeps throwing away wickets as India need just one more to wrap up the tie.
IS Sodhi c Rahane b Mishra 0 (5b)
Over 21 || Score 76/8 (Santner 2, Sodhi 0)
Dhoni sticks to spin attack as India hope to remove the remaining two batsmen quickly.
Over 20 || Score 74/8 (Santner 0, Sodhi 0)
Another double wicket over for Mishra. India look set to clinch the series very soon.
TG Southee st †Dhoni b Mishra 0 (4b)
JDS Neesham b Mishra 3 (13b)
Over 19 || Score 74/6 (Neesham 3)
Rahne dropped Anderson's catch at slips denying Jayant Yadav his first international wicket but the spinner determined to prove his mettle, removed Adnerson himself LBW. India racing towards victory.
CJ Anderson lbw b J Yadav 0 (7b)
Over 18 || Score 73/5 (Neesham 2, Anderson 0)
A wide ball that led to boundary the only blip in an otherwise excellent over for India. Kiwsi still struggling against Indian spinners.
Over 17 || Score 68/5 (Neesham 2, Anderson 0)
Anderson joins Neesham on the pitch as New Zealand's hopes of clinching the series seems to be fading away.
Over 16 || Score 66/5 (Neesham 0)
Half of New Zealand's squad back in the dug-out. Amit Mishra first gets Ross Taylor caught behind then removes BJ Watling with a terrific Googly. Extremely successful over for India.
BJ Watling b Mishra 0 (2b)
LRPL Taylor c †Dhoni b Mishra 19 (32b)
Over 15 || Score 64/3 (Taylor 17, Neesham 0)
Axar Patel removes the New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson, with Kedar Jhadav taking a good catch near the long-off boundary.
KS Williamson c Jadhav b Patel 27 (40b)
Over 14 || Score 62/2 (Williamson 27, Taylor 15)
New Zealand proceeding with a decent run rate with Williamson and Taylor looking comfortable in dealing with Indian spinners.
Over 13 || Score 57/2 (Williamson 25, Taylor 12)
Williamson punishes Patel for a rere bad delivery. 4 runs off the 13th over.
Over 12 || Score 53/2 (Williamson 21, Taylor 12)
Amit Mishra introduced by MS Dhoni as India proceeds with an all-spin bowling attack. Tight length and line form Mishra and Taylor-Williamson steal away singles and doubles.
Over 11 || Score 47/2 (Williamson 19, Taylor 8)
Axar patel testing the New Zealand batsman, giving away just one run in the over.
Over 10 || Score 46/2 (Williamson 19, Taylor 7)
Bumrah continues his spell from the other end as Dhoni tries to experiment with spin-pace combination. Some terrific fielding efforts from Indians on the field.
Over 9 || Score 40/2 (Williamson 18, Taylor 2)
Axar Patel is the first bowling change introduced by Dhoni. Williamson meanwhile, survives a run-out as Kohli's throw is wide from the stumps after a brilliant fielding effort.
Over 8 || Score 38/2 (Williamson 17, Taylor 1)
Another effective over from Bumrah who gave away just 1 run despite Williamson being on crease for majority of the over.
Over 7 || Score 37/2 (Williamson 13, Taylor 0)
Umesh leaks runs in the 7th over as Kiwi skipper Williamson punishes him with 2 back-to-back boundaries on 4th and 5th ball. Overall 9 runs from the over including a wide.
Over 6 || Score 28/2 (Williamson 9)
A quiet over or the Kiwis who got just one run from it. Bumrah struck in the last ball of the over to remove the opener Tom Latham. Ball hit the thick edge of the bat as Latham tried to glance the ball towards the leg side. Jayant Yadav did not make any mistake in catching the ball.
TWM Latham c J Yadav b Bumrah 19 (17b)
Over 5 || Score 27/1 (Latham 15; Williamson 8)
Williamson, Latham seem to be rebuilding New Zealand innings after putting the loss of Guptil behind them. Latham meanwhile, scored two boundaries to Yadav in the over.
Over 4 || Score 19/1 (Latham 11; Williamson 8)
Better from Bumrah who gave nothing away i the first 4 balls of the over but Williamson punished him for bowling just a little off for a four in 5th over. Overall, a good over from the Indian bowler.
Over 3 || Score 15/1 (Latham 11; Williamson 4)
Not the same ball movement from Umesh in 3rd over as he was mostly bowling to Latham, who scored the first boundary for New Zealand's innings in the over.
Over 2 || Score 7/1 (Latham 0; Williamson 4)
Four runs from the over as Jaspreet Bumrah makes his comeback after missing the 4th ODI.Yadav will be looking to continue the same way in third over too.
Over 1 || Score 3/1 (Latham 0; Williamson 3)
Simply unplayable delivery from Umesh Yadav to dismiss Martin Guptil. The Kiwi danger-man clean bowled as India begin defense with a bang.
MJ Guptill b UT Yadav 0 (4b)
India rode on Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli knocks to post a challenging 270-run target for New Zealand. With the playing condition getting tougher as the match progresses, it may well proved to be a big enough target for India.
Injured Rohit scored 70 off 65 balls, while Kohli managed 65 off 76. Skipper MS Dhoni also contributed with 42 runs of 59 balls.
For the Kiwis, Mitchell Santner was impressive in his 10 overs spell. He took the wicket of Dhoni, and leaked 36 runs only.
Over 50 || Score 269/6 (Kedar Jadhav 39; Jayant Yadav 1)
Trent Boult on for his 10th and innings' last over. A single to Axar Patel, then Kedar Jadhav came down the pitch and smacked big six over long-on. A single followed, then yorked Axar Patel.
WICKET: Axar Patel b Trent Boult 24 (18b)
Debutant Jayant Yadav took a single off the first ball he faced. And another single to end the innings.
11 runs from the over. Boult's figures: 10-0-52-2.
India scored 58 runs, lowing a wicket, in the last five overs.
Over 49 || Score 258/5 (Kedar Jadhav 30; Axar Patel 23)
Tim Southee on with his last over. Two singles off the first two balls. Indian batsmen tried everything they could, but the ball is not travelling.
Another single followed. Then, another single. But Axar Patel produced a good straight shot for a huge six. He followed it up with a cheeky late cut, but the ball went straight to the fielder. Good try though. 11 runs from the over.
Southee's figures: 10-0-56-0.
Over 48 || Score 247/5 (Kedar Jadhav 28; Axar Patel 14)
Trent Boult returned for his ninth over. And another brilliant effort from the pacer. Only six runs.
Boundaries have dried up for India, and they have added only 27 runs in the last five over.
Over 47 || Score 241/5 (Kedar Jadhav 26; Axar Patel 10)
Tim Southee returned for his ninth over. And the experienced bowler produced a brilliant spell of dead over bowling with well executed slower deliveries and yorkers. Only five runs from the over.
Over 46 || Score 236/5 (Kedar Jadhav 22; Axar Patel 9)
James Neesham returned for his sixth over. A tidy over from the 26-year-old pacer. Five runs from the over.
Over 45 || Score 231/5 (Kedar Jadhav 18; Axar Patel 8)
Corey Anderson on for his fourth over, and he conceded 8 runs , thanks to the last ball four off the blade of Axar Patel.
India have scored 32 runs, losing a wicket, in the last five overs.
Over 44 || Score 223/5 (Kedar Jadhav 16; Axar Patel 2)
Big gamble from Kane Williamson, and it paid off. Ish Sodhi, struggling whole match, removed Virat Kohli off the first ball of his last over. Caught at long-off. And he's angry.
WICKET: Virat Kohli c Martin Guptill b Ish Sodhi 65 (76b)
Axar Patel, the new man, took two balls to open his account.
Three runs and one big wicket. Sodhi's figures: 10-0-66-2
Over 42 || Score 212/4 (Virat Kohli 63; Kedar Jadhav 9)
One busy over, as expected in this phase of the game. Eight runs as Mitchell Santner had a faced off with Kedar Jadhav. The Indian batsman hit the fourth ball for a four, and Virat Kohli took a double off the last ball.
Thus Santner completed his spell, for figures 10-0-36-1
Over 41 || Score 204/4 (Virat Kohli 60; Kedar Jadhav 4)
Tim Southee on for his seventh over, and he leaked five runs. India have somehow, despite the presence of Virat Kohli in the centre, have failed to increase the tempo.
Over 40 || Score 199/4 (Virat Kohli 58; Kedar Jadhav 1)
Another brilliant over from Mitchell Santner. Only three runs, off the first three balls. Kedar Jadhav blocked the last three balls.
Over 39 || Score 196/4 (Virat Kohli 56; Kedar Jadhav 0)
Ish Sodhi on for his ninth over, and the first ball was pummeled for a four by Virat Kohli. A single, then Manish Pandey found himself beaten by the flight. He played a lofted shot, and found Trent Boult waiting at mid-wicket.
WICKET: Manish Pandey c Trent Boult b Ish Sodhi 0 (5b)
Kedar Jadhav joined Kohli in the centre. Six runs and a wicket.
Over 38 || Score 190/3 (Virat Kohli 50; Manish Pandey 0)
Virat Kohli took a single off the second ball to complete his fifty. off 62 balls. The very next ball, Mitchell Santner trapped MS Dhoni in front. Good decision from the umpire.
WICKET: MS Dhoni lbw b Mitchell Santner 41 (59b)
New man Manish Pandey blocked the next three balls. one run and in the over.
Over 37 || Score 189/2 (Virat Kohli 49; MS Dhoni 41)
Trent Boult continued with his eighth over. Virat Kohli took a single off the first ball, then MS Dhoni faced four balls to rotate the strike, with a leg-bye. Another single, and three runs from the over.
Over 36 || Score 186/2 (Virat Kohli 47; MS Dhoni 41)
Mitchell Santner returned for his seventh over. A dot to Virat Kohli, then a single. MS Dhoni rotated the strike with another single.
A dot ball, then another single. Dhoni took a big stride and blocked the last ball. Three singles from the over.
Over 35 || Score 183/2 (Virat Kohli 45; MS Dhoni 40)
Trent Boult returned for his seventh over.Two singles off the first two balls, then a dot ball to Virat Kohli. The vice-captain asked for a new bat.
Three more singles to make it a five-run over.
Over 34 || Score 178/2 (Virat Kohli 42; MS Dhoni 38)
It has become a trend today, MS Dhoni blocking and surviving first three/four deliveries, then hitting a boundary.
Same thing happened in the 34th over with Corey Anderson becoming the unlucky bowler. A hard chance, put down a return catch. The dvery next ball, Dhoni got a loose ball and hit a four. A double followed, to make it a six-run over.
Over 33 || Score 172/2 (Virat Kohli 42; MS Dhoni 32)
Brilliant improvisation from MS Dhoni. Tim Southee produced a slower delivery on the leg, and Dhoni played it late, off the back-foot for fine sweep. Four runs...
That boundary brought a fifty-runs stand between the two India skippers.
A dot ball, then a single. Virat Kohli got to the striker's end after a long time. A dot ball, followed by another. A single off the fifth ball, giving strike back to Dhoni, who played it towards fine leg for a single.
Seven runs from the over.
Over 32 || Score 167/2 (Virat Kohli 41; MS Dhoni 26)
Play resumed after Drinks break with Ish Sodhi bowling to MS Dhoni. The Indian skipper struggles to rotate the strike, but the found enough courage to hit the fourth ball, after Sodhi kept it short, for a straight six. A single to end the over. Seven runs from the over.
Over 31 || Score 158/2 (Virat Kohli 41; MS Dhoni 19)
Tim Southee returned for his fifth over. A single to Virat Kohli to start the over, then three dot balls followed as MS Dhoni found it hard to rotate the strike.
A double came thanks to good running between the wickets. Then another single to make it a four-run over.
Over 30 || Score 154/2 (Virat Kohli 40; MS Dhoni 16)
Change of gear for Virat Kohli. After a turning ball, which beat Kohli, the India batsman hit Sodhi for a huge six over the bowler's head. That was after a A single, then MS Dhoni hit a straight shot, for a four.
But Sodhi returned with two good deliveries, with the last ball beating Dhoni. 11 runs from the over.
Over 29 || Score 143/2 (Virat Kohli 33; MS Dhoni 12)
First boundary for MS Dhoni, a sweep shot off the fourth ball by Dhoni, which beat the fielder at square leg.
Six runs from the over.
Over 28 || Score 137/2 (Virat Kohli 32; MS Dhoni 7)
Ish Sodhi on for his sixth over, and conceded three runs. MS Dhoni took three balls to take a single, then Virat Kohli took another single off the fourth ball.
Dhoni took another couple deliveries to take the third single.
Over 27 || Score 134/2 (Virat Kohli 31; MS Dhoni 5)
Virat Kohli was gone, but the Doug Bracewell at backward point didn't collect the ball, only the fingers digging into ground, and Virat Kohli survived a run-out at striker's end. That happened off the fourth ball. Only two runs from the over.
Mitchell Santner is in some spell. 5-0-15-0.
Over 26 || Score 132/2 (Virat Kohli 30; MS Dhoni 4)
Ish Sodhi continued with his fifth over. He's little expensive, in comparison to his spin twin Mitchell Santner.
Five runs from the over, and Sodhi has conceded 36 runs. Santner, on the other hand, has leaked 13 runs only from his 4 overs.
Over 25 || Score 127/2 (Virat Kohli 26; MS Dhoni 3)
Half-way into the first innings, and India have scored 127 losing both the openers.
Another brilliant over from the Kiwis, this time Mitchell Santner testing MS Dhoni's defence. Three runs from it.
Over 24 || Score 124/2 (Virat Kohli 24; MS Dhoni 2)
Another tidy over from the Kiwis, with Ish Sodhi leaking only three runs – all singles.
In the last five overs, India scored 20 runs, losing Rohit Sharma's wicket.
Over 23 || Score 121/2 (Virat Kohli 22; MS Dhoni 1)
James Neesham continued with his fifth over. Two runs from it as MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli took some time, settling after the fall of Rohit Sharma's wicket.
Over 22 || Score 119/2 (Virat Kohli 21; MS Dhoni 0)
Trent Boult's persistence paid off. Rohit Sharma took on Boult's bouncer, twice, and he didn't survived the second. He hit the fifth ball and James Neesham just missed the ball. The very next ball, a similar delivery and photocopy shot, but this time Neesham was waiting.
WICKET: Rohit Sharma c James Neesham b Trent Boult 70 (65b)
That happened off the last ball of the over.
Four runs and a wicket from the over. MS Dhoni now joined Virat Kohli in the centre.
Over 21 || Score 115/1 (Rohit Sharma 67; Virat Kohli 20)
Playing with the pace of the delivery, and the cut shot beat the chasing fielder from short third man. Another similar shot, but Ish Sodhi did well to stop. Four runs from first two balls.
Another attempted run, but to no avail.
Then, a wild swing from Rohit only to see Ross Taylor dropping the catch at mid-wicket. A single in return for all the troubles.
Virat Kohli blocked the last two balls from James Neesham. Five runs from the over.
Over 20 || Score 110/1 (Rohit Sharma 62; Virat Kohli 20)
Bowling change. Trent Boult returned for his fifth over. Three singles off the first three balls. Rohit Sharma, still wobbling, got the running shoes on. Two more singles followed, then another single to make it a six-run over.
Thus, Rohit and Virat Kohli completed a 70-run stand for second wicket in 64 balls.
Over 19 || Score 104/1 (Rohit Sharma 59; Virat Kohli 17)
Virat Kohli hit his first four, a classic cover drive from the genius. A single followed after a dot ball. Rohit Sharma, looking to play big shots, swung the bat, and got an inside edge. Ish Sodhi stopped it two two runs, Good fielding.
Two singles to end the over, and nine from it. Corey Anderson didn't look happy. Two overs, 13 runs from the big all-rounder.
Over 18 || Score 95/1 (Rohit Sharma 56; Virat Kohli 11)
Play resumed after a short stoppage, and struggling Rohit Sharma started dealing in boundaries. Two dots, then a cut shot for a four, then two more dots even as Virat Kohli looked concern for his injured partner.
That four also meant that Rohit got his first FIFTY of the series, off 49 balls.
The over ended with a huge six over deep mid-wicket. 10 runs from Ish Sodhi's third over.
Rohit and Virat Kohli also brought up a fifty-run stand.
INJURY TIME. Rohit Sharma under medical attention. He limped and dived to complete the single off the last ball of the last over. While taking the dive, he slumped in an awkward manner. Meanhwile, this is how Indian players' names read. Great effort.
— Rahul Johri (@RJohri) October 29, 2016
Over 17 || Score 85/1 (Rohit Sharma 46; Virat Kohli 11)
Bowling change, sixth bowler in Corey Anderson on for New Zealand with his medium pace. A dot ball to Virat Kohli to start the spell, then three singles followed.
Rohit Sharma blocked the fifth ball. A single off the last ball, even as a limping Rohit completed the run. Four singles from the over.
Over 16 || Score 81/1 (Rohit Sharma 44; Virat Kohli 9)
Ish Sodhi continued for his second over and he dropped Virat Kohli. Tough chance, a straight hit back, and Sodhi could hold on to it. TOUGH. That happened off the third ball. A single followed and Rohit Sharma employed a hitting policy, no half measures, and the ball sailed over he long-off.
Then a deliberate cut shot, forcing Corey Anderson to a chase. Good effort from the fielder to restrict it to a double. 10 runs from the over.
Kane Williamson has used five bowlers so far, and it's a disciplined effort from all of them. James Neesham got the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane, while Tim Southee and Trent Boult impressed with the new ball. Mitchell Santner, so far, is effective.
Over 15 || Score 71/1 (Rohit Sharma 35; Virat Kohli 8)
Mitchell Santner continued with his third over. Another tidy over from the spinner. Only four runs, all singles. And DRINKS.
Over 14 || Score 67/1 (Rohit Sharma 33; Virat Kohli 6)
Ish Sodhi on for New Zealand, and one good over for India. Eight runs from it. Two singles off the first two balls, then a dot ball. It was followed a loose ball from the leg spinner, and Rohit Sharma knelt to pull for a four through square leg. A double followed.
Over 13 || Score 59/1 (Rohit Sharma 26; Virat Kohli 5)
Almost a wicket for Mitchell Santner. Rohit Sharma played straight back, but the ball just fell short of Santner. That happened off the last ball of the over. Only four runs, all singles.
Over 12 || Score 55/1 (Rohit Sharma 24; Virat Kohli 3)
First six of the match, thanks to Rohit Sharma's ingenuity. An off-cutter from James Neesham, and Rohit stood tall to play it over the over long-off. That happened off the fourth ball. Eight runs from the over.
Over 11 || Score 47/1 (Rohit Sharma 18; Virat Kohli 2)
Spin for New Zealand. Mitchell Santner on, and he put Rohit Sharma on pressure right away. Rohit survived the second ball, a huge turn. Shout for LBW, but the ball pitched outside leg. Two runs from the over.
Over 10 || Score 45/1 (Rohit Sharma 17; Virat Kohli 1)
Pretty lame effort from Ajinkya Rahane. Hit straight to short mid-wicket, where Tom Latham completed the catch.
WICKET: Ajinkya Rahane c Tom Latham b James Neesham 20 (39b)
That happened off the second ball of the over. Virat Kohli is the new man. This is Kohli's favourite ground. Two hundreds and a 99 in three games.
The over ended with a lofted drive, for a four, from Rohit Sharma. James Neesham leaked six runs in second over, but got the breakthrough.
Over 9 || Score 39/0 (AJinkya Rahane 20; Rohit Sharma 12)
Tim Southee returned for his fourth over, and one busy over. Two dot balls to Ajinkya Rahane, then a single. Rohit Sharma played a lofted shot, but Mitchell Santner covered some ground at deep to keep it to two runs. A single more in the over. Four runs in total.
Over 8 || Score 35/0 (AJinkya Rahane 19; Rohit Sharma 9)
A loose ball after a long time. Ajinkya Rahane, on the front foot, picked the widish slower ball early, and played a lofted cover drive for his third boundary. That happened off the third ball. A dot ball, the a five wides. BJ Watling was beaten by a wayward delivery down the leg side. A dot ball, then a single.
Two more singles at the start of the over made it a 12-run over. Good one for India. Trent Boult not happy with his efforts.
Over 7 || Score 23/0 (Ajinkya Rahane 13; Rohit Sharma 8)
Bowling change. James Neesham on. And New Zealand pacers continue to keep Indian openers quiet. Five runs, including a wide, from the over.
Over 6 || Score 18/0 (Ajinkya Rahane 11; Rohit Sharma 6)
Another tidy over for New Zealand with Trent Boult limiting Rohit Sharma's stroke making shots. Rohit however took a single off the fourth ball, and Ajinkya Rahane consumed the two remaining deliveries. Only one run from the over.
Over 5 || Score 17/0 (Ajinkya Rahane 11; Rohit Sharma 5)
We are seeing a role reversal between the two Mumbaikars, with Ajinkya Rahane donning the attacker's role while Rohit Sharma holding back.
But still a quiet start to the innings. Good tidy over from Tim Southee, three runs, which included a wide.
Over 4 || Score 14/0 || (Ajinkya Rahane 10, Rohit Sharma 4)
Boult from round the wicket to Rahane. Good over from the left arm seamer, just a one run came from the it.
Over 3 || Score 13/0 || (Ajinkya Rahane 9, Rohit Sharma 4)
For the first time in the match, Rohit Sharma to face a ball. Solid defence shown by the right hander on the first two balls. Third ball was edged towards slip but it didn't carry. What a shot, out of the popping crease in a flash and hit Southee for a boundary over mid-off. Last ball of the over was a huge appeal for LBW but ball was missing leg-stump.
Over 2 || Score 9/0 || (Ajinkya Rahane 9, Rohit Sharma 0)
Trent Boult to share the white ball with Southee, Lovely first ball from the left hander, some in-swing into the right handed Rahane. Fifth ball of the over, Boult allows Rahane to free his arms and Jinks hit it for second boundary of the match.
Over 1 || Score 5/0 || (Ajinkya Rahane 5, Rohit Sharma 0)
Tim Southee to open the attack for New Zealand and Ajinkya Rahane to face the first ball.
Tentive push by Rahane to the first ball of the match. Second ball was dispatched by authority with easy through covers for boundary by Jinks. Some disturbance around the side screen area. Some swing for Southee in the third and fourth ball and a single to finish off the 1st over.
India: Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni (capt & wk), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Axar Patel, Jayant Yadav, Amit Mishra, Umesh Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah
New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Kane Williamson (capt), Ross Taylor, James Neesham, BJ Watling (wk), Corey Anderson, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Ish Sodhi
TOSS: MS Dhoni wins toss again, and India will bat first.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 29, 2016
Big news is Jayant Yadav is making his ODI debut. He replaces Hardik Pandya. He got the India cap from Virender Sehwag. And Jasprit Bumrah is back, in for Dhawal Kulkarni.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 29, 2016
For the Kiwis, Corey Anderson is back for Anton Devcich.
Jasprit Bumrah is expected to play today, and he was hitting the nets yesterday.
Meanwhile, here's our five players to watch out for
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 29, 2016
Here's what Kedar Jadhav said on the eve of the match
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 28, 2016
To start with, New Zealand have never won a bilateral ODI series in India, and that can happen today. If that happens, then MS Dhoni's reputation as one of India's best ever captains, will take brutal blow.
Showing grit and determination, the Kane Williamson-led outfit has fought back to level the series, not once, but twice. But those two wins, and Delhi and Ranchi were close affairs, and India would have won had their batting performed as expected.
That brought us to Visakhapatnam, where the series will be decided. And the good news is, the cyclone Kyant, which threatened to hit Visakhapatnam, has weakened into a deep depression.
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India: Rohit Sharma, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (capt & wk), Manish Pandey, Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Amit Mishra, Umesh Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah
New Zealand: Martin Guptill, Tom Latham, Kane Williamson (capt), Ross Taylor, BJ Watling (wk), James Neesham, Corey Anderson, Mitchell Santner, Tim Southee, Trent Boult, Matt Henry
New Delhi: Welcome to our live coverage of the fifth and final ODI match between India-New Zealand, being played at Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam.