India vs New Zealand 2019, 4th ODI, live cricket score, Seddon Park, Hamilton: Trent Boult’s 5/21 hands New Zealand dominant win

It was a walk in the park for the New Zealand batsmen in the second innings chasing a under-par score of 93. Guptill started the innings with a six and followed that up with two consecutive more boundaries. He was dismissed in the 4th ball of the first over. India got the wicket of Kane Williamson but it was just a mere consolation as Henry Nicholls and Ross Taylor did a professional job and finished off the game.

11:05 am IST: Over 15 – And Taylor finishes it off with a six and a four. NZ 93/2

11:00 am IST: Over 14 – Kuldeep Yadav sends down a clam over, just two runs off it. NZ 80/2

10: 55 am IST: Over 13 – Ross Taylor looking to finish things off before the dinner break, takes two sixes off Chahal. 15 runs off the over. NZ 78/2

10: 50 am IST: Over 12 – Hardik Pandya’s third over yields 8 runs. NZ 63/2

10: 45 am IST: Over 11 – Yuzvendra Chahal gives away four runs off his over. NZ 55/2

10: 40 am IST: Over 10 – Hardik Pandya comes back well, just one run off his second over. NZ 51/2

10: 35 am IST: Over 9 – Tidy over from Bhuvneshwar Kumar, just five runs off it. NZ 50/2

10:30 am IST: Over 8 – Hardik Pandya in to the attack and Henry Nicholls gets a six. NZ 45/2

10:25 am IST: Over 7 – Bhuvneshwar strikes. He gets rid of NZ skipper Kane Williamson for 11. Cuaght by wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik. IND 39/2

10:20 am IST: Over 6 – Boundary off Khaleel’s third over as well. IND 39/1

10:15 am IST: Over 5 – Tidy over from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. 4 runs off it. IND 35/1

10:10 am IST: Over 4 – Khaleel back for his second over and bangs one short, but Kane Williamson gets on top of it take a four. 6 runs off it. NZ 31/1

10:05 am IST: Over 3 – Bhuvneshwar on to his second over and gives away just two two. NZ 25/1

10:00 am IST: Over 2 – Khaleel Ahmed has the new ball and he too gives away runs. Two boundaries for new opener Henry Nicholls. NZ 23/1

9:55 am IST: Over 1 – Martin Guptill doesn’t hang around and he ploughs in to Bhuvneshwar Kumar with six and two fours, but loses his wicket in the fourth delivery. NZ 14/1

It was the ideal stage for Ambati Rayudu and Dinesh Karthik to cement their spot in the XI with a good knock here but that wasn’t to be. Both fell in the space of 5 balls with the latter bagging a duck. Kedhar also did not trouble the scorers a lot. Hardik did look to attack but he fell pray to a short delivery. The highest stand for India came for the 9th wicket between Kuldeep and Chahal but overall, the batting scorecard for India is a sorry one.

9: 44 am IST: Over 31 – Jimmy Neesham in to the attack and he wraps up the innings,c leaning up Khaleel Ahmed. India all out for 92.

9: 41 am IST: Over 30 – Todd Astle has Kuldeep caught in the deep.He goes for 15. IND 87/9

9: 37 am IST: Over 29 – And that’s the end of Colin de Grandhomme’s terrific spell. 10-2-26-3. IND 80/8

9: 33 am IST: Over 28 – Spinner Todd Astle in to the attack now and he gives away two runs in his first over. IND 78/8.

9: 31 am IST: Over 27 – Colin de Grandhomme’s nineth over goes for 5 runs. IND 76/8

9: 27 am IST: Over 26 – Maiden over by Matt Henry. IND 71/8

9: 23 am IST: Over 25 – Kuldeep Yadav in to the act; takes a four of Colin de Grandhomme. 6 runs off it. IND 71/8

9: 20 am IST: Over 24 – Yuzvendra Chahal takes a four of Matt Henry and India move to 65/8

9: 16 am IST: Over 23 – 3 runs off that Colin de Grandhomme over. IND 58/8

9: 10 am IST: Over 22 – Matt Henry sends down the third successive maiden over. IND 55/8

9: 05 am IST: Over 21 – Another maiden by Colin de Grandhomme. IND 55/8

9: 05 am IST: Over 20 – And Trent Boult hasa five-for. Much deserved as he bumps our Hardik Pandya for 16. Easy catch for wicketkeeper Tom Latham and with that he finishes his quota of overs with figures of 10-4-21-5. IND 55/8

8: 58 am IST: Over 19 – 3 runs off Colin de Grandhomme’s fifth over. IND 55/7

8: 54 am IST: Over 18 – Hardik Pandya has decided to take on Trent Boult and does that with good measure. Three boundaries in the over, but Boulth finsihes strong with a peach of a delivery. IND 52/7

8: 51 am IST: Over 17 – BOOM! Another one falls, Colin de Grandhomme knocks over Bhuvneshwar Kumar. IND 40/7

8: 45 am IST: Over 16 – One run of that Trent Boult over. IND 40/6

8: 42 am IST: Over 15 – Much needed boundary for India by Hardik Pandya. Jut four runs off that Colin de Grandhomme over. IND 39/6

8: 36 am IST: Over 14 – Trent Boult is on fire. He has become the Lightning Thunder Boult. Kedar Jadhav departs – trapped in front for 1. IND 35/6

8: 31 am IST: Over 13 – Colin De Grandhomme does well to keep the pressure. Just two runs off his second over. IND 35/5

8: 28 am IST: Over 12 – Very unfamiliar position for India this – They are five down for 33. Yes you read that tight. Shubman Gill is undeon by a swinging in delivery and he gives a return catch to Trent Boult. The NZ pacer has his third wicket. IND 33/5

8: 22 am IST: Over 11 – What a first over from Colin De Grandhomme. One runs and two wickets. Ambati Rayudu was the first to go as he tried to take on the medium pacer. He played the ball on the up but failed to clear a leaping Martin Guptill at short cover, who took a sharp catch. One ball later, Dinesh KArthik edged one to the keeper to depart for a two-ball duck. IND 33/4

8: 15 am IST: Over 10 – What an opening spell this is from Trent Boult. He finishes his fifth with just two runs. That’s a total of 8 runs in that spell and two wickets. Shubman Gill got a knock on his helmet and then Boult unsettled the youngster with a bit of swing both ways. IND 32/2

8: 09 am IST: Over 9 – Shubman Gill is up and running – his first ODI runs is courtesy a flick past square leg for a four. Seven runs off the Matt Henry over. IND 30/2

8: 04 am IST: Over 8 – Another stellar over from Trent Boult yields a breakthrough. This time Rohit Sharma drives the ball straight to Boult and he takes a good catch. IND 23/2

8: 00 am IST: Over 7 – And Matt Henry follows up the Boult over with another good one off his own. Just one run off it. Four dots to debutant Shubman Gill. IND 22/1

7: 56 am IST: Over 6 – Successful over for New Zealand and Trent Boult. Boult gets the balls to swing away from Shikhar Dhawan from leg and middle and the Indian opener is trapped in front for 13. IND 21/1. In walks Shub’ Man’ Gill.

7: 50 am IST: Over 5 – It is really hot at Seddan Park, Hamilton, and Indian openers seemed to have settled down early. One run off that Matt Henry over. IND 20/0

7: 46 am IST: Over 4 – Good over by Trent Boult, just two off it. IND 19/0

7: 42 am IST: Over 3 – First boundary for the day by Shikhar Dhawan, behind square; and he follows it up with a SIX in the over – IND 17/0

7: 38 am IST: Over 2 – That’s two overs done. Trent Boult bowls and wide and three runs off it. IND 6/0

7: 34 am IST: Over 1 – And we are underway – Rohit Sharma takes the strike – Matt Henry has the new ball in his hand. IND 3/0 after 1

TOSS: New Zealand win toss and opt to bowl first against India.

New Zealand XI: Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Kane Williamson (capt), Ross Taylor, Tom Latham (wk), Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme, Todd Astle, Matt Henry, Trent Boult

India’s XI: Rohit Sharma (capt), Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, Ambati Rayudu, Kedar Jadhav, Dinesh Karthik (wk), Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Khaleel Ahmed

What’s up early birds – It’s match time – India vs New Zealand, 4th ODI and the first news coming from Hamilton is Shubman Gill will make his ODI debut. Here’s more on this young Indian sensation.

Hello and welcome to LIVE coverage of the fourth ODI between India and New Zealand from Seddon Park in Hamilton.

Even without captain Virat Kohli, India will aim to maintain their winning streak after already having taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series. While New Zealand will look to plug the holes that were exposed in the first three matches, India will want to test their bench strength in the remaining two matches which will be led by Rohit Sharma, with Kohli rested in keeping with the BCCI s workload management programme ahead of the ICC World Cup 2019.

For Rohit, this will his 200th ODI and he will want to make it count with a solid performance. A 4-0 lead will be India s biggest series win (across formats) in their 52 years of touring New Zealand having first visited the country back in 1967. (Full Preview: Shubman Gill debut looms as New Zealand chase respectability)

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