Ferguson Believes He Knows The Key To Beat India

Ferguson Believes He Knows The Key To Beat India

Ferguson Believes He Knows The Key To Beat India

Black Caps Ferguson believes he knows how to beat India in match

New Zealand fast bowler Lockie Ferguson believes that the key to beating India in their upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup match is to take wickets up front.

“I think taking wickets up front is the key to (beating) India but, if not, creating pressure and building dots,” said Ferguson in the ICC website. “They’re world-class players, you’re not going to blow them out of the water, but if you can build up enough pressure against them and then create a half-chance, that could be the wicket and you can then build from there.”

Ferguson continued that he and his team are excited to play against India.

“Obviously, they’re playing some great cricket and they’re one of the top teams in the competition but we’re definitely looking forward to the opportunity of playing them in England and we haven’t played them for a while in England,” said the second highest wicket-taker in the tournament.

New Zealand will be playing against India today at Trent Bridge. The Black Caps currently have +172 odds to win the game and India have -204 odds.

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