Ashwin-Jadeja’s fear in New Zealand team! Captain Kane Williamson gave this statement

Kane Williamson on Ind-NZ Test Series: The two-match Test series between India and New Zealand is starting from November 25 (Thursday) in Kanpur. The first match of the series between the two teams will be played at Green Park. Before the start of the match, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson has said that it is a very challenging program after the World Cup. And these are things beyond our control. But we are all lucky that we are here.

‘Spinners have to adopt a different approach to play’

Kane Williamson believes that his team needs to adopt a different approach to playing the Indian spinners. He further said that discussions are going on in the camp regarding the first Test match on Thursday. Let us tell you that the New Zealand team last toured India in 2016 for a Test series. Then the Kiwis lost the series 3-0 due to the superb bowling of Ashwin (27 wickets) and Jadeja (14 wickets).

Williamson said that we know the power of Indian spin bowlers and they have bowled superbly here for a long time. It would be better for us to play in a different way. Also it will be very important to score and build partnerships. Williamson said that every player is different, so their methods will be slightly different from each other but there is no doubt that some challenges need to be tried and prepared as much as possible. We know we’re going to play them.

How will the pitch of Green Park be

Local curator of Kanpur’s Green Park Stadium, Shiv Kumar says that there is no grass on the pitch of this ground but the chances of it breaking (more cracks) are very less. Shiv Kumar said that it is the month of November and there will be some moisture in the pitch at this time in this part of the world. I can assure you that this pitch will not break soon.

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This Bangladesh star all-rounder retired from Test cricket, captained in T20 World Cup


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