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Ross Taylor Says India Will be Nervous To Face NZ in Semi-Final

Ross Taylor Says India Will be Nervous To Face NZ in Semi-Finals: As New Zealand gets ready for the clash against the India team, which has remained unbeaten as India Won all 9 out of 9 matches. New Zealand stopped India’s dominant run four years ago when Virat Kohli -led the side in the rain semi-final hit at Manchester.

Ross Taylor confirms India will be nervous facing New Zealand in the World Cup.

Ross Taylor About IND vs NZ Match in Semi-Finals

In 2019, the same situation India faced, Like this year India went to the semi-finals as table toppers, and New Zealand started the tournament well and ended up in fourth place by winning 5 games out of 9 games.

Recognizing that incident, Ross Taylor said to ICC,

“Four years ago, India went into the semi-final in Manchester as the form side in the tournament, while we were more focused on ensuring our net run rate would keep Pakistan out of reach for the final spot in the top four”. 

“This time around, India are even bigger favorites, at home and having played so well during the group stage. But when we have nothing to lose, New Zealand teams can be dangerous. If there is a team that India will be nervous facing, it will be this New Zealand side,” he added.

“If there is a team that India will be nervous facing, it will be this New Zealand side,” Ross Taylor said.

However, New Zealand’s task will be herculean.

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“We’re up against it, of course, but that was also the case in 2019. That was a two-day one-day game! (due to rain). It was a strange situation for me, I was not out overnight. That is nerve-wracking enough in Test cricket, let alone a one-dayer and a World Cup semi-final,” he recalled.

“The first 10 overs in both innings are crucial. When India is batting, you want to get them two or three down in the first 10 overs to put them under pressure. They rely heavily on an excellent top three,” the Wellington-born cricketer concluded.

Anyway, India is seeking to Overcome the past experience and getting ready to make the first place in the ICC.

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