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Trent Boult condemns India to heavy defeat in Hamilton

31 January 2019

Acting skipper Rohit Sharma will not forget his 200th ODI in India colours for a long time.

The three T20Is will be played from February 6 to 10 and they will be part of double-headers alongside the countries' women's teams, on the same playing surface on each day. It was after all one of India's worst performances as they lost to New Zealand by 8 wickets.

In the absence of Kohli and an injured Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian batting unit found the going tough against the Kiwi bowling attack.

# Stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma is having a look at the pitch ahead of the fourth ODI.

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Hamilton -New Zealand defeated India by eight wickets on Thursday in the fourth one-day worldwide after the hosts crumbled without talisman Virat Kohli and posted their lowest one-day global total since 2010.

And despite dismissing captain Williamson (11) early as well, India just didn't have enough runs on the board to cause panic in the New Zealand dressing room.

New Zealand's opening bowlers, Matt Henry and Trent Boult, tested the Indian openers with swinging deliveries.

The hosts were 93 for two, taking the five match series to 3-1 in India´s favour.

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The Black Caps, who have struggled against India in all the departments in the first three ODIs, will look to avoid some embarrassment by clinching the remaining matches of the series.

India made a surprise move of resting MS Dhoni and gave backup wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik some game time in the last match. Kane Williamson is back leading the side, while Henry Nicholls, Glenn Phillips and Seth Rance miss out from those that played in the Sri Lanka series. India also rested Mohammed Shami to bring Khaleel Ahmed in.

Trent Boult dismisses India's Hardik Pandya to pick up his 5th wicket during the 4th One Day International cricket match. You do not want to let down the intensity. "So we would like to surely create a situation where we give game time to our reserves", the former first-class cricketer added in a statement. Down 3-0 in the series - all emphatic defeats - the Black Caps' confidence could have been shot with the World Cup just around the corner, but now, they've sent a powerful reminder that they can dominate anyone when they're firing.

For New Zealand, all-rounders Jimmy Neesham and Todd Astle have been recalled to the squad as replacements for Doug Bracewell and leg-spinner Ish Sodhi.

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Trent Boult condemns India to heavy defeat in Hamilton