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Less than six months ago, the Immigration New Zealand offices in Hamilton underwent a massive surge in personnel. The staff was in fact tripled to deal with the rapidly increasing list of pending visa applications from India, with a bulk of the work shifted out here from their Mumbai offices. And the expansion continued as 2019 drew to a close.
It, if anything, mirrored the incessant influx of Indians into this quiet town pretending to be a city in the last half-a-dozen years with many leaving the riches and the expensive lifestyle of Auckland behind. So much so that some locals believe their number too has tripled in the recent past. Though a lot of that has to do with the never-ending need for labour on the multitude of cattle and dairy farms all across the Waikato region, a lot of Indians have also moved into the city seeking other jobs.
Not like moving from Auckland to Hamilton is a very cumbersome task, considering how close they are -- all of an hour and 25 minutes away on a state highway where the speed limit doesn't go past a 100 kph. Think of driving from the southern part of Mumbai to Pune on a weekday morning. Hamilton is more or less the same distance but based on travel time, you'd be where Panvel is currently.
And it's a rather buoyant and confident Indian team that would have made that journey two days prior with a bid to win the T20I series before they head further south to Wellington. Much like their compatriots who preceded them to Hamilton, Virat Kohli & Co too will hope to continue with what they did in Auckland, but at a more relaxed pace in a small but still spaced out setting.
Not like they won't have to immediately get their heads on the job and shake off the understandable comfort that comes with a 2-0 lead in a five-match series. Seddon Park is as high-scoring a venue as Eden Park, even if you are hitting to or over more even-sized boundaries. The two-day break between the second and third matches would also have given the visitors the time to completely shake off their jetlags too, and also get themselves out and about in the sober yet quiet city surrounds of Hamilton.
In Hamilton though, you're not too far away either from breaking away from the mundane and soaking in some of the more serene sights that the country has to offer. Just walk along the Waikato river or spend an evening at the Hamilton Gardens, and you know why Auckland doesn't seem like a first-choice option anymore to hang on in, especially when you can just travel a little and be that little more successful with little less stress, like Kohli & Co will want to do on Wednesday (January 29).
When: New Zealand v India, 3rd T20I, January 29, 20:00 Local, 12:30 IST
Where: Seddon Park, Hamilton
What to Expect: The Hamilton sun is as unrelenting as what you get in Auckland, but the nights are certainly cooler and less humid, and neither team will mind that. Unlike Eden Park though, where the Black Caps' record is bordering on awful, the hosts have turned Seddon Park into some sort of a proverbial fortress. They have only lost two of their 9 T20Is here. Tim Southee referred to the pitch here as a typical white-ball pitch, which should mean a lot of runs and boundaries. But unlike what we saw in Auckland, the Kiwis know how to defend in Hamilton, as they showed exactly a year ago by beating India with a four-run margin after posting 212. With some early morning rain expected, the pitch should be primed enough by the evening for the ball to come on, and for the boundary-hitters to get going. India could not just seal the series but also drill a little hole in the Kiwis' wonderful record here.
Scott Kuggeljein looks all set to get a go after warming the bench for the first two games. He was impressive in the nets with his changes of pace to the skipper, who in turn looked pleased with the fast bowler's variations. Later on, he was also the only one to get a lengthy bat as Blair Tickner and Hamish Bennett ran in and bowled for a majority of the practice session. There's also a possibility of Daryl Mitchell coming in as the batting all-rounder, and therefore strengthening the power-hitting equation of New Zealand's batting. Both Mitchell and Kuggeleijn played key roles in their team's victory over the same opposition when a T20I was last played here 12 months ago.
Probable XI: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson (c), Ross Taylor, Tim Seifert (wk), Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Scott Kuggeleijn, Hamish Bennett/Blair Tickner/ Daryl Mitchell
It's quite incredible that only three out of the 11 who played New Zealand in Hamilton last year are even in the squad this time around. Rohit Sharma had led the Indians with Kohli resting. But here, following two low scores, he spent a copious amount of time in the nets-with lengthy sessions, including one facing throwdowns at the very end followed by a long chat with Ravi Shastri and Vikram Rathour about playing the full, wide delivery. India had failed after coming very close to downing the target last year. But the way Shreyas Iyer is batting currently tells you what or who India was missing back then. It would be very unlikely India look to make any changes with Shardul Thakur expected to take the new-ball again.
Probable XI:Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul (wk), Virat Kohli (c), Shreyas Iyer, Manish Pandey, Shivam Dube, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
India Squad: Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul(w), Virat Kohli(c), Shreyas Iyer, Shivam Dube, Manish Pandey, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Shami, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Sanju Samson, Kuldeep Yadav, Navdeep Saini, Rishabh Pant, Washington Sundar
New Zealand Squad: Martin Guptill, Colin Munro, Kane Williamson(c), Colin de Grandhomme, Ross Taylor, Tim Seifert(w), Mitchell Santner, Blair Tickner, Tim Southee, Ish Sodhi, Hamish Bennett, Scott Kuggeleijn, Daryl Mitchell