New Zealand speedster Kyle Jamieson has chosen to neglect the upcoming three T20I International matches against India to focus more in the forthcoming Test series, the main series of the new World Test title cycle.
Jamieson will consequently join his captain Kane Williamson, who has additionally chosen to miss the T20Is to plan for the two-match Test series, beginning on November 25.
“We decided through talking with Kane and Kyle that they won’t play in this T20 series,” coach ,“They’re both going to get ready for the Test matches and I think you’ll find there will be other guys involved in the Test matches that won’t play the entire series either.”
“It’s a bit of a balancing act at the moment and with three T20 games in five days plus travel to three different cities it’s a very, very busy time.” Said by Gary Stead.
New Zealand, who had lost the T20 World Cup last on Sunday, barely got any an ideal opportunity to refocus as it faces India in the opening T20I here on Wednesday. It will be trailed continuously and third T20Is on November 19 and November 21, preceding they start off their World Test Championship safeguard with two games in Kanpur and Mumbai.
The Black Caps had crushed India by eight wickets in the last of the debut release of the World Test Championship in Southampton, England in July this year.
It will be a great chance for men in blue to counter attack the black caps after consecutively losing against them in the ICC Events. It will be also a great opportunity for Rohit Sharma to take on the captaincy duty as a permanent role as well.