Friday, 3 June 2016

Zimbabwe v India ODI series preview & betting tips - Can India make a clean sweep of the series?

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After the high octane action of T20 matches in the ICC World Cup and the Indian Premier League, India is about to enter the world of ODI. Their first tour is of Zimbabwe, starting from June 10 and let us take a look at the two teams as they meet for the series. 

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The side will be captained by M.S Dhoni, as he captains the 16-man squad for three one day internationals, followed by three T20s. One intriguing thing  that is to be noticed here is that Dhoni's experience is still significantly greater than the combined years of the other players. Keeping in mind the feeble and a novice squad which the hosts have, the youngsters have definitely got the perfect platform here to showcase their international talent. Cricket bet Tips

As many as five players will be making their debut in the 50 over format - Karun Nair, KL Rahul, Yuzvendra Chahal are certainly the most impressive ones among them, given their performance in the IPL. Rahul's sensational batting streak with Bangalore bagged him the seat to show his worth on the international stage, while his teammate Chahal got the place due to the bowling. The young spinner has certainly been impressive, as he was one of the leading wicket takers in the competition. Online Cricket bet tips

As for Zimbabwe, their team right now couldn't get any weaker. Their last ODI series was against another novice side - Afghanistan in 2015 end, which they ended up losing by 3-2. Since then, their coach and captain have been sacked, with the former Protean Makhaya Ntini and Graeme Creamer taking up the responsibility respectively. Free Cricket bet Tips

Other players include Tendai Charata, Sean Williams and Neville Madziva, who will be taking on the hosts trying to balance the bowling and batting. online Cricket betting Tips

Head to head speaking, India currently leads 48-10 in the tally. The Men in Blue have done a couple of tours of Zimbabwe in the last few years, and have a hundred percent win record. Their last tour was in 2015, when they won 3-0. 

This time around however, things may go differently, seeing that both the teams have got a considerable amount of inexperience for this format. But given the better form and momentum of Indian players, they will be going as the favorites in the tournament. 

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