IND vs NZ 2021: Ajinkya Rahane has provided some insight into the types of pitches that can be expected. During the India-New Zealand Test series, which begins in Kanpur tomorrow. The pitches will be spin-friendly, but still good for batting, according to Rahane. In the World Test Championship, India also attempts to make the most of its home advantage. The availability of bowler-friendly pitches was brought up by Rahane. Also, the recent changes in test cricket and their impact on batsmen. He responded that batsmen will be rewarded for their application and adaptability on Indian wickets. And that is the most difficult aspect of international cricket.
“See, right now, we are into the ICC Test Championship and home advantage… you have to make the most of it and in India, we are backing our bowlers to take 20 wickets, and as I said that [there will be] spin-friendly wickets. We are going to play on those kinds of wickets [but] at the same time it will be good to bat. Batsmen will have to apply themselves; if they get set, they’ll have to convert it to a big one,” Ajinkya Rahane said.
IND vs NZ 2021, “That is the challenge as a batsman. When you play at the highest level, you’ll have to adapt according to the situation, the conditions and once you are set, try and get a big one. But yeah, in the future we are going to play in the pitches which won’t be just spin-friendly and you’ll see that,” Rahane added.
Lastly, this is the first time India and New Zealand have met in a two-Test series. Also, after the first WTC 2019-2021 final in June, in the format. This three-year-old competition began in the midst of a bowling renaissance. In the Test arena, along with the big pacers. This has seen teams design pitches tailor. It made for their bowlers at home even as their batters continue to struggle overseas. Also, India’s success in Australia and England. They are a few exceptions to this trend.