Will India win the 2nd match against New Zealand?
August 30, 2012 6:25am CST
India is in a great form their batting has been tremendous in last few matches Virat Kohli in ODIs And Chateshwar in Test and Dhoni attracting from a long back to his captaincy and too bating also.2nd test is going to start on 31st and India is prepared for that and the bowlers of India specially spinners are going to show their trick again as in the last match but i hope this time seamers must also show their power against this kiwis.What do you thin can India do it once more?
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6 Sep 12
The crowds were big thanks to the intervention of Kumble who made sure the ticket prices were slashed down to Rs 20 per day and a host of other pro active measures. The win was not very huge and the performance of the Indian pacers was poor. Southee was able to restrict India by removing 7 batsmen in the Indian first innings. Indian batsmen do not inspire any confidence when facing faster bowlers who can bounce the ball.
1 Sep 12
Yes I don't see India losing the second test match against New Zealand. With Indian batsmen in good form or to say are playing in home conditions and spin friendly wicket with good spinners in the team India has definitely the upper hand but as they say that cricket can be very unpredictable but still even if New Zealand play well they might be able to draw the test match, defeating India is going to be very difficult for the Kiwis.
31 Aug 12
New Zealand have made a good start in the 2nd Test on Day 1. Their skipper Ross Taylor led from the front with a quickfire century. Taylor's 113 off 127 balls ensured that Kiwis ended day 1 at 328 for 6 before bad light stopped play. For India Ojha took 4 for 90. India will need to play better tomorrow to force the issue. Cheers! Ram
30 Aug 12
With lots of home advantage, and great form of spin bowlers, and batsman too looking ominous against a not so great Kiwi pace or spin attack, devoid of Daniel Vettori, India looks set to win the second test match too. It can only be avoided, if Kiwis have one or two players doing outstanding feat(s).