India will aim for 4-0

The current Indian team is one of the best having produced some brilliant performances outside the sub-continents against top ranked sides like Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. The Men in Blue have become a force to reckon with especially in their bowling department. With the World Cup round the corner, selectors have been put in a tight spot since all of them are contributing in their respective department which is a positive sign.

Virat Kohli & Co. have wrapped up the series against New Zealand and will go into the fourth ODI aiming to continue the winning momentum. While regular skipper Kohli has been rested for the last two and the upcoming T20 games, the management on the other hand wants to ensure that its bench strength is tested before the World Cup. S.Gill from Punjab has been handed a debut in the 4th ODI starting on Thursday and all one can hope is that the youngster makes it special.

For the BlackCaps, if they manage to win the remaining games, they can salvage some pride since it’s a home series. Such has been India’s dominance that the Kiwis simply have clue as to what they need to do beat this highly positive Indian side.