India vs New Zealand 1st T20I JSCA International Stadium Complex Team India Stats Ranchi

India vs New Zealand 1st T20 Ranchi: India defeated New Zealand badly in the ODI series. He captured the series by 3-0. Now the T20 series will be played between the two teams. Its first match will be held in Ranchi on Friday. This match will be played at JSCA Stadium in Ranchi. Here Team India’s record so far has been excellent. Team India has not lost a single T20 match on this ground yet. He also defeated New Zealand in a match here. Now once again the Indian team will take the field on January 27 under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya.

If we see the record of India’s T20 matches at Ranchi’s JSCA Stadium, then it has been good. Team India has not lost a single T20 match here so far. He has played 3 matches and won all three. India defeated Sri Lanka by 69 runs here in February 2016. After this, in October 2017, Australia was defeated by 9 wickets. Team India defeated New Zealand by 7 wickets in 2021. Therefore, this time also the Indian team would like to maintain its record.

So far only one T20 match has been played between India and New Zealand in Ranchi. In this, Team India won by 7 wickets. This match between India and New Zealand was played in November 2021. In this match, New Zealand scored 153 runs while batting first. In response, India achieved the target in 17.2 overs by losing 3 wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul had scored brilliant half-centuries for Team India. Rohit scored 55 runs in 36 balls.

Significantly, India won the first match of the ODI series by 12 runs and the second match by 8 wickets. After this, the last match of the series was won by 90 runs. Now on January 27, the first match of the T20 series will be played. After this, the competition will be held on 29 January and 1 February. The second match of the series will be played in Lucknow and the third match in Ahmedabad.

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