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India U19 vs New Zealand U19 Dream11 Prediction | IND U19 vs NZ U19 

Tournament: ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2020, Match 20
Match Date: 24th January 2020, Friday
Match Timing: 10.00 am (1.30 pm IST)
Match Venue: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein, South Africa
Expected Crowd Turnout:   15,000

The India U19 team will face New Zealand U19 in the 20th match of the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2020 at the Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein, South Africa on Friday. 

The Boys in Blue began their World Cup campaign with routs against Sri Lanka U19 (90 runs) and Japan U19 (10 wickets). New Zealand U19, on the other hand, opened their World Cup account with a 3-wicket victory against the Lankans after their first match against Japan was washed out.

When the two sides meet at Bloemfontein, two heavyweights will face each other in a top of the table clash. The result could potentially decide how group A could end; while also giving the reigning champions their first real test on the road to glory. 

Here is complete India U19 vs New Zealand U19 Dream11 Prediction:

Key Players in form IND U19: Yashasvi Jaiswal, Priyam Garg, Ravi Bishnoi, Kartik Tyagi

NZ U19: RA Mariu, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall, Adithya Ashok, Kristian Clarke

Weather Conditions Thunderstorm25°C, 62% Humidity, Winds up to 27 km/hr. 80% Precipitation.
Toss Advantage Teams batting second at the Manguang Oval will have an advantage as they have won 14 of the 27 ODIs played in the venue. Both the captains will want to win the toss and elect to bowl first.
Pitch Report The pitch at Manguang Oval is considered a decent batting surface. Indian played here and posted 297 in the match against Sri Lanka. With cloudy conditions and winds up to 27 km/hr, opening bowlers will get some assistance in swing bowling. 
Venue Stats Average 1st Innings score: 241Average first innings score in ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2020: 264 

Record of the chasing teams in ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2020:

Won – 1; Lost – 1

Highest total recorded: England 399/9 vs South Africa                                                      

Lowest total recorded: Zimbabwe 78/10 vs South Africa

Injury  None
Previous meeting Ind U19 beat NZ U19 by 120 runs, in ICC 2016 U19 WC match at Bangladesh 
Form Ind U19: W W W W W (Most recent first)NZ U19: W L L L W (Most recent first)
Squads India U19: Priyam Garg (c), Kartik Tyagi, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Vidyadhar Patil, Tilak Varma, Shubhang Hegde, Divyansh Saxena, Ravi Bishnoi, Shashwat Rawat, Dhruv Jurel, Siddhesh Veer, Akash Singh, Atharva Ankolekar, Sushant Mishra, Kumar Kushagra

New Zealand U19: Jesse Tashkoff (c), Adithya Ashok, Kristian Clarke, Hayden Dickson, Joey Field, Rhys Mariu, Ben Pomare, Ollie White, David Hancock, Fergus Lellman, Quinn Sunde, Simon Keene, Nicholas Lidstone, William O’Rourke, Beckham Wheeler-Greenall

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Wicket-Keepers 

Dhruv Jorel is India U19’s first-choice wicketkeeper. He started in both the matches and has one dismissal in the current campaign. With the bat, Jorel played in one match where he scored 52 runs in 48 balls. He can be alternated in the second team with New Zealand’s Q Sunde, who has fared better with the gloves with 4 dismissals (3 catches, 1 stumping).

Batsmen

Indian Opener Yaishavi Jaiswal has opened both the matches for India U19. In the process, he has scored 88 runs at an average of 44. Jaiswal scored a half-century in the first match against Sri Lanka U19.

Indian captain Priyam Garg opened the WC campaign by scoring 56 off 72 balls after coming at number 4 against Sri Lanka. Divyansh Saxena opened the first game with Jaiswal and gave a positive start scoring 23 off 27 balls. He will be crucial in the opening stand against NZ.

New Zealand’s Rhys Mariu opened both of their games, scoring 51 and 86. Beckham Wheeler-Greenall scored 2* in the first match before rain halted play. In the second match, he scored 80 in 111 balls, before he was run out. Both Greenall and Mariu were crucial in NZ’s run chase. 

All-rounders 

Siddesh Veer contributed with all bat, bowl and in the field in the Boys in Blue’s first two victories. In the first game, he took two catches. In the second game, he picked two wickets- opener Kamil Mishra who was set on 39 and a late wicket of Amshi Oreh. New Zealand’s middle-order player A Ashok has been in good form.

He picked three wickets against Sri Lanka, including their captain Nipun Dhananjaya Perera for a duck. Oli White, opened NZ’s innings in both the games, scoring 80 and 4. NZ U19 captain Jesse Tashkoff performed well with the ball. He finished with 2/40 in the game against SL. With the bat, he scored 30 off 35 balls. 

Bowlers 

Spinner Ravi Bishnoi has been India’s top wicket-taker with 6 wickets in 2 matches. Moreover, Bishnoi is crucial in controlling runs, with an economy rate of 2.72. Karthik Tyagi and Aakash Singh also have picked 4 wickets each. For New Zealand, Clarke and W O’Rourke have picked 2 and 1 wicket respectively. While O’Rourke is more economical, Clarke tends to take the risk and pick wickets. 

Captain & Vice-Captain Choices

Yaishavi Jaiswal is a top captain choice. Opening the innings, Jaiswal has scored 88 runs in 2 matches. As a vice-captain choice, you can either select one of Ravi Bhisnoi or Rhys Mariu. Like Jaiswal, Mariu opens for NZ, scoring over 100 runs and 2 half-centuries. Bishnoi, on the other hand, will be crucial as a top wicket picker. 

India U19 vs New Zealand U19 Dream11 Prediction Team 1

D Jorel (WK), P Garg, Y Jaiswal, D Saxena, R Mariu, S Veer, J Tashkoff, A Ashok, K Tyagi, R Bishnoi, K Clarke

India U19 vs New Zealand U19 Dream11 Prediction Team 2

Q Sunde (WK), D Jorel (WK), P Garg, Y Jaiswal, R Mariu, B Wheeler-Greenall, S Veer, O White, A Singh, R Bishnoi, W O’Rourke

Manan Dharamshi
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