World Cup T20: Crisis in New Zealand before the game against India, the Big player will probably be out |

World Cup T20 2021: The Indian team are off to a bad start at this year’s T20 2021 World Cup. After defeating Pakistan by 10 wickets, the Indian team now needs to win the remaining matches by a large margin. The next game will be against New Zealand on Sunday (October 31). Meanwhile, before the game, news broke that the team’s veteran hitter, Martin Guptill, has been ruled out due to injury. Martin injured his thumb in the game against Pakistan.

Pakistan beat New Zealand by 5 wickets in the match against Pakistan on Tuesday (October 26). During the batting, Martin’s thumb was hit by a ball thrown by Harris Rouf. After the game, the team’s head coach Gary Steed spoke to reporters about Martin’s injury. He said he did not know exactly how long it would take Martin to recover from his injury and said he could miss the game against India. Meanwhile, New Zealand’s key bowler Loki Ferguson has already been ruled out due to injury.

Victory is important for both teams

Pakistan have beaten both India and New Zealand in Group 2 in the first match. So now both teams will fight hard to win the next match. This victory is crucial for both teams to survive in the tournament. Currently, Pakistan is in the first position and Afghanistan is in the second position.

When is India’s next game?

The game between India and New Zealand will be played on Sunday October 31 at the Dubai International Stadium. The match will start at 7.30pm Indian time. The coin toss will take place at 7pm

What is the group’s situation with India?

The Super 12 consists of two groups, India, Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Scotland and Namibia. In this, Pakistan has overtaken both India and New Zealand. You have 4 points on your account. They are in second place with 2 points when Afghanistan beat Scotland. Namibia is in third place as they have not played a single match, followed by New Zealand, India and Scotland in fourth, fifth and sixth place respectively.

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