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Where: Napier, New Zealand
When: 01.00 (GMT)
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India will have plenty to play for ahead of their five-game one-day series against New Zealand, with the number one spot on the ICC standings up for grabs.
India are sitting atop the ICC team rankings table with 120 ratings points, and enter the series leading eighth-ranked New Zealand by 36 ratings points.
If the touring side lose the series, starting Sunday in Napier, they will lose their number one status and as many as six ratings points.
India have been the number-one ranked ODI side since January 2013, when it replaced England at the top.
For New Zealand, a series win against India by any margin will mean that it will push up a place to seventh, ahead of West Indies. A series loss for New Zealand, however, will not make any difference to its position on the rankings table.
If India do not manage to win the series against New Zealand, either Australia or England could stake a claim on the number-one rank.
Australia and England are currently playing a five-match series, with the series now 1-1 after England’s big win at the Gabba on Friday. .
New Zealand will be out to continue their solid form on home soil, after their impressive series against the West Indies which wrapped up recently.
The Black Caps won the Test series 2-0, before going onto draw the ODI series 2-2 with weather playing its part in two of the results, before the home side easily won both Twenty20 matches, all of which bodes well for a tight and competitive clash with the Indian squad.
India: MS Dhoni(c), Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, Ambati Rayudu, Suresh Raina, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Amit Mishra, Ishwar Chand Pandey, Stuart Binny, Varun Aaron
New Zealand: Brendon McCullum(c), Ross Taylor, Corey Anderson, Luke Ronchi, Martin Guptill, Jesse Ryder, Kane Williamson, Nathan McCullum, Jimmy Neesham, Mitchell McClenaghan, Tim Southee, Kyle Mills, Adam Milne