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Virat Kohli (right) is unbeaten on 50, while MS Dhoni has departed for 41 IANS

India’s charismatic batsman Virat Kohli scored his 38th half-centuryin ODIs, while skipper MS dhoni departed for 41, off Mitchell Santner, after being trapped leg-before, against visitors New Zealand, in the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI), at the Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Visakhapatnam on Saturday. Kohli’s fifty came off 62 deliveries, including 1 boundary and a six, along with a strike rate of 85, while Dhoni fell prey to a sweep shot off a slower delivery onto the pads. Currently, India are 190 for the loss of three wickets in 38 overs, with Virat Kohli on 50, and Manish Pandey coming in. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs New Zealand, 5th ODI at Visakhapatnam

Earlier, India skipper MS Dhoni won the coin toss, and elected to bat first as the conditions are overcast, and rain threat looms over the match as well. As for the teams, Dhoni makes a couple of changes, with Jasprit Bumrah, and Jayant Yadav, who will be making his debut, while Dhawal Kulkarni, and Hardik Pandya make their way out. As for New Zealand, skipper Kane Williamson makes a change in the form of Corey Anderson, who replaces Anton Devcich in the Kiwi side for this final ODI. FULL CRICKET UPDATES: India vs New Zealand, 5th ODI at Visakhapatnam

Against a brittle New Zealand team which has never produced a unified batting performance on this tour, India will face some embarrassment if the fifth and final One-Day International (ODI) ends without a favourable result, which may also be due to the Cyclone Kyant. In this big India cricket season, the hosts are expected to win almost everything, but their two ordinary shows with the bat have put the series up for grabs for the misfiring Kiwis, who have pulled off two narrow wins to make this final ODI a series decider.