First New Zealand ODI Team India Predicted XI: Will Tearaway Pacer Umran Malik Make His Debut?

India begin their ODI preparations for the World Cup next year . The team management has a chance to experiment with some new faces .

With a three-match series against New Zealand, India will begin its ODI preparations for the 50-over World Cup next year at home.With many well-known players missing, the team's management has a chance to experiment with some new faces.Sanju Samson and Umran Malik, who were benched for the T20is, should be allowed to play again to see how much value they can bring to the team.In the tournament, India also has a chance to end their four-match losing streak against New Zealand.

Since Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma were India's most prolific white-ball batsman over the past decade, Dhawan has been in every match for the national team, and every match from now on is a chance for him to do his best for the team.2) Shubman Gill: Shubman has begun to have the consistency that few expected of him.With KL Rahul struggling to find his stride, a good show from Shubman could shut him out entirely.3) Suryakumar Yadav:The longer he bats, the better he looks.This series demonstrates to the in-form batter that he can also pace his innings and deliver big knocks in the ODI format.

Despite his failures in the T20 style, Sanju Samson is now a well-known fact, and the team needs a batter who can bat the opposition out of the match with his attacking instincts.6) Rishabh Pant: In the absence of key players, Pant will be an asset to the team.Hooda is a regular bowler in the domestic league, and it is a good opportunity to see if he can bowl a full 10-over quota.8) Shardul Thakur: Thakur has a unique combination of bat and ball skills.With his all-roundness, India's biggest find this season would be Umran Malik, who should be given opportunities to mature into a valuable asset to the squad.11) Arshdeep Singh: In the absence of several senior players, India needs a leg-spinner and he needs to lead the bowling attack.12) Arshdeep Singh: You can watch the full report of the day on JioSaavn.com.

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