According to New Zealand batsman Devin Conway, defeating India in India will face a greater challenge than in the final of the neutral England World Test Championship.
New Zealand will tour India in November and will participate in three Twenty20 international matches and two test matches after the T20 World Cup.
Conway returned to the game after recovering from a broken finger. He said that winning the test in India is still a “huge goal” for his team.
“Of course. This is a huge goal we want to achieve. Beating India on their home court may be more challenging than defeating them in England. If it is not as big as the World Test Championship final, it would be a major achievement,” Conway Tell New Zealand stuff.
“This will be a very important series, you can try to prove it.”
The 30-year-old said that his batsman must be “strong in spirit” to negotiate the subcontinent’s spin friendly terms during the tour.
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Conway said: “Go to the subcontinent and see the surface of the turn. That is your defensive spirit must be very strong. Believe in your defense, you must have a way to score.”
“If you don’t want to score, you will not be in a good position. You must determine a plan and stick to it as much as possible, even if it will be challenging.”
Before the Indian Tour, New Zealand will seek to win the T20 World Cup in the UAE.
Regarding the order of the shots, Conway said: “We have Martin Guptier and Tim Seifert. He did a very good job. You have Master Kane Williamson, three points. If I can make four points On the field, it’s really good for the team, try to manipulate those intermediate periods to prevent spins and run hard between the wickets.”