A video of New Zealand team practising ahead of the second Test against New Zealand in Bangalore.

 

Having lost to India in first Test, New Zealand will look to improve their perofrmance in the second Test at Bangalore.

 

New Zealand looked odd against spinners and India will try to upset Kiwi batsmen with the spin strategy once again at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.

 

New Zealand were bowled out for 159 and 164 in the first Test, and 18 of their 20 wickets fell to the India spinners, R Ashwin and Pragyan Ojha, with the final seven wickets falling for just 26 runs on the fourth evening.

 

After the match, captain Ross Taylor had said that his team's capitulation was more to do with a mental block against spin than technical shortcomings.