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IND vs NZ: Whose pace bowling attack is the most dangerous in ODI series, see the stats

The first ODI match between New Zealand and India is scheduled on 23rd January, Wednesday. New Zealand's grounds are small in size and the pitches mostly remain flat and it will be a big challenge for fast bowlers to come good on the day.
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The first ODI match between New Zealand and India is scheduled on 23 Jan, Wednesday. New Zealand's grounds are small in size and the pitches mostly remain flat and it will be a big challenge for fast bowlers to come good on the day.
In such a scenario, it will be interesting to see whose bowling attack will raise on the occasion in the ODI series. Let's look at the bowling attack of both the teams and see which team has the most dangerous attack.

New Zealand's pace bowling attack:

1. Tim Southee:

Kiwi's most experienced pace bowler, Tim Southee has so far been the backbone of Blackcaps bowling attack, he has taken 179 wickets so far with an average of 34.64 in 137 matches.

2. Trent Boult:

The dangerous left-arm pacer, Trent Boult has played 71 matches in ODI for New Zealand and has picked 129 wickets with an average of 25.78.

3. Lokie Ferguson:

The fierce quick bowler who clocks 150 km/ph more often, Lokie Ferguson has played 21 ODIs so far and has picked 38 wickets with an average of 26.15 and economy of 5.66.

4. Droug Bracewell:

The right-arm fast bowler, Droug Bracewell has played 16 matches so far for Kiwis. During this period he has taken 22 wickets with an average if 30.31 and economy of 5.04.

5. Matt Henry:

A slippery fast bowler, Matt Henry has picked 71 wickets in his ODI career so far. Henry has played 39 ODI and picked his wickets at an average of 26.78 and economy of 5.70.

India's pace bowling attack:

For ODI series against New Zealand, four frontline fast bowlers have been included in the Indian team.

1. Bhuvaneshwar Kumar:

After a good ODI series against Australia, Bhuvi will be leading the Indian bowling attack once again. He has played 98 ODIs for India and has picked 107 wickets at an average of 36.66 and economy of 4.98.

2. Mohammad Shami:

Mohammad Shami has certainly made a great comeback in the limited overs side for India. Shami has played 55 ODIs and has picked 99 wickets with an average of 26.26 and economy of 5.52.

3. Khaleel Ahmed:

The young left-arm pacer, Khaleel Ahmed had a decent start to his International career. Khaleel has played 7 ODIs for India and has picked 11 wickets with an average of 29 and economy of 5.31.

4. Mohammad Siraj:

Siraj who made his ODI debut on a poor note in the 2nd ODI against Australia. Siraj had played 32 List A games for India and has picked 56 wickets with an amazing average of 24.28 and economy of 5.56. So guys, According to you, whose fast bowling attack looks most dangerous, India or New Zealand? Do send us your valuable feedback below.
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