Can high-flying Afghanistan stop New Zealand’s unbeaten train?

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Can high-flying Afghanistan stop New Zealand’s unbeaten train? – Gudstory

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With Williamson out through injury for a while, Will Young is the likely candidate to take his place in the New Zealand squad. He is likely to return to first place, with Rasheen Ravindra expected to move to third place. Tom Latham will once again lead the team.

New Zealand (possible): 1 Devon Conway, 2 Will Young, 3 Rashin Ravindra, 4 Tom Latham (week), 5 Daryl Mitchell, 6 Glenn Phillips, 7 Mark Chapman, 8 Mitchell Santner, 9 Mark Henry, 10 Lockie Ferguson, 11 Trent Boult Afghanistan Unlikely To make any changes to their squad that beat England so convincingly.

Afghanistan (possible): 1 Rahmanullah Gurbaz, 2 Ibrahim Zadran, 3 Rahmat Shah, 4 Hashmatullah Shahidi (c), 5 Azmatullah Omarzai, 6 Mohammad Nabi, 7 Ikram Alikhil (wk), 8 Rashid Khan, 9 Mujeeb Ur Rahman, 10 Naveen-ul-Haq , 11 Fazalhaq Farooqi

Pitch and conditions: Turner in Chibok?

The first match of the World Cup in Chennai, between India and Australia, was played on a black pitch, but the second match had a major impact on the fast bowlers. Historically, surfaces in Chennai have helped turnover and that is likely to be the case on Wednesday as well. There was a light drizzle in Chennai on the eve of the match, but the forecast is clearer on match day.

“Look, Rahmanullah is one of the players in our team who I think is a match-winner. He can change the game at any time.”
Hashmatullah Shahidi


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