India vs New Zealand 2nd T20I Betting Tips 19/11/2021

November 19, 2021
Zohaib Ahmed
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India vs New Zealand 2nd T20I Betting Tips 19/11/2021

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Less than a week after losing the World Cup final, New Zealand now stand on the verge of losing another series, unless of course they can spring a surprise tonight against India, to whom they lost the series opener two days ago.

The Kiwis are missing several regulars, and so their playing eleven in the first T20I featured several newcomers and fringe players. Of the new additions, Mark Chapman impressed with a 63 but Rachin Ravindra only got seven runs whereas Todd Astle was expensive with the ball.

It was a disjointed effort, with the score of 164 largely coming off the bat of just two batsmen: Chapman and Martin Guptill (70). To beat India in India, however, you need a more of a team effort.


India won the opening T20I but it was far from a comfortable win. Their bowlers were in trouble when Chapman and Guptill were in full flow whereas they had to wait till the final over to chase down the target of 165.

That said, some of their players did have their moments in the game. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, for instance, swung the ball nicely and finished with tidy figures of 2-24. Then new captain Rohit Sharma got 48, while Suryakumar Yadav also contributed 62 off just 40 balls.

Being up 1-0 means there is no real need for India to make any changes to their playing eleven but if they had to, they might want to bring in Yuzvendra Chahal for Axar Patel, who was the only wicketless Indian bowler in the opening match.

What Do the Sportsbooks Say?

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India are the favourites for this fixture. PariPesa has India priced at 1.285 and New Zealand at 3.48. Parimatch has India available for 1.38 and New Zealand for 3.05. Lastly, Funbet has India priced at 1.26 and New Zealand at 3.50.

Tipster’s Angle

Tip: Daryl Mitchell total runs – Under 19.5 @ 1.87

Daryl Mitchell was in superb form during the T20 World Cup and contributed double-digit scores all through the tournament. However, he was out on a golden duck in the 1st T20I against India. Given his recent history, his castling by Bhuvneshwar on the first ball sounds like an anomaly. Therefore, we expect him to get a few runs in this game. That said, the 19.5-run spread is a bit too big for someone playing their first international series in India. We expect him to get close to the figure but not surpass it. The odds have been sourced from Parimatch.

Tip: Total runs over 317.5 @ 2.016

The two teams combined to score 330 runs in the first T20I in Jaipur. Granted that the follow-up game will be played in Ranchi on a different field, the Kiwis now have at least some idea of the local conditions. Therefore, it isn’t a huge deal to expect them and India to combine for just 318 runs or more. After all, they managed 12 more than that in the last game. The play has been sourced from PariPesa.


Of the 18 matches played between the two sides, both sides have won nine each, although two of India’s wins came via Super Over after the matches had ended in ties. Thus, the Kiwis have a slight psychological edge in head-to-head record if not a mathematical one. Tonight’s match offers them a chance to move one ahead.

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