Team India will merely be completing the legalities when they meet New Zealand in the last match of the three-match T20I series, which they won 2-0. The much-anticipated game will be held at Eden Gardens in Kolkata. India returned back stronger in their first international series after a painful exit from the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2021. The Men in Blue, led by new skipper Rohit Sharma, looked extremely lethal in all departments in the previous two games, outclassing the Blackcaps by five and seven wickets, respectively.
In the third T20 International, a very young Indian team is likely to play similarly. While India continues to demonstrate their dominance in the shortest version of the game, New Zealand will enter the match as underdogs on Sunday. The team will be attempting to avoid a humiliating 0-3 setback in the T20I series.