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World Cup 2019: Warm-up vs India will be great preparation, says Ross Taylor

Mid-Day Wednesday, 22 May 2019
New Zealand middle-order batsman Ross Taylor Tuesday said playing a warm-up match against "favourites" India will help his side prepare well for the World Cup beginning May 31.

New Zealand will play warm-up games against India and West Indies on May 25 and 28 respectively, before beginning their campaign against Sri Lanka in...
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News video: ICC World Cup 2019: Team India train at the oval ahead of NZ friendly

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Team India trained at the Oval ahead of their first World Cup warm-up match. India will face New Zealand in a friendly match on Saturday.

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