New Zealand to play with India in second ODI tomorrow

New Zealand chased down a stiff 348-run target on Wednesday at Seddon Park and registered the first win in their last eight international matches.

Following their emphatic win over India in Hamilton, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill has stated that his team will once again came out with a positive frame of mind against the Men in Blue in the second ODI to be played at the Eden Park on Saturday.

New Zealand chased down a stiff 348-run target on Wednesday at Seddon Park and registered the first win in their last eight international matches. Guptill made 32 in an opening partnership of 85 with Henry Nicholls as Ross Taylor's brilliant hundred to help Black Caps take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.The opener further said that it was easier to face the Indian spinners in New Zealand as it doesn't spin much" It is a completely different situation. You can be a little more attacking here as the ball is not going to spin much. We can take confidence in how we played the spinners from the first match," Guptill said.

"You definitely get used to him with time, he has a unique action. We played him (Bumrah) well in the first match. We negated him from taking early wickets," he added.