BANGLADESH COUNTRYSIDE NEWS, 2019
Cricbuzz staff •
The Munro was uncomfortable against Indian over the ODIs and T20I. © Getty
Colin Munro was discharged from the New Zealand team for his first two ODIs against Bangladesh. The 31-year-old opener will replace Kane Williamson in the third ODI, when the New Zealand captain "replacing rest"; Tom Latham will be completed as the captain.
SQUAD: Kane Williamson (c) (Games 1 & 2), Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Colin Munro (Game 3), Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner , Tim Southee, Ross Taylor
Munro, who was uncomfortable in opposition to India over ODIs and T20I, dropped for his ODI quarter in Hamilton, before returning to fill in for Martin Guptill's wounded at & # 39; top in the fifth ODI.
Guptill, who has also been hitting the T20I against the Indian after having a & # 39; making a dose on his lower back, has been sufficiently suited to be named in the herring 14-person but it is the responsibility of his fitness test. It will be worked with Henry Nicholls at the top.
"We are delighted that Martin is back on the park for this series, it's a worldwide player and an integral part of our daily routine," said Gavin Larsen . "He and Henry made a good job to open in Hamilton against the India and they are a combination that we want to see more in this series, before Colin returns to the top of the third game with Kane a & # 39; rest resting. "
Mitchell Santner and Todd Astle, both of whom are returning from knee wounds, are classified as spinning parts in the post after the electors stopped his / her; anxiety to Ish Sodhi, who was released for the last ODI against India.
"We have been happy to return to Mitchell after a last generation review last year and we will continue to monitor over the rest of the season," said Larvin. "Another Todd who is returning from a bad knee and after giving us limited opportunities against India, we want to see more in this series."