Trent Boult expecting India to bounce back in 2nd Test after 10-wicket defeat in Wellington


New Zealand had defeated India in the primary Test by ten wickets to go 1-Zero up in the two-match collection. Trent Boult had picked up 5 wickets in the primary Test, together with a four-wicket haul in the second innings.

After struggling a 10-wicket defeat in Wellington, India will face New Zealand in the 2nd Test on Saturday. (AP Photo)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Trent Boult was sure of India bouncing back in the 2nd Test vs New Zealand
  • India suffered 10-wicket defeat in the opening Test in Wellington
  • Boult had picked up 5 wickets in the primary Test
Ahead of the second Test towards India, New Zealand pacer Trent Boult heaped reward on their opponent and stated that the facet is able to producing a comeback.

New Zealand had defeated India in the primary Test by ten wickets to go 1-Zero up in the two-match collection.

“They are number one in the world for a reason and that is because they can adapt to any conditions. We are definitely expecting them to adapt pretty quickly and be positive coming into this test match. Their records speak for themselves,” Boult informed reporters.

Boult had picked up 5 wickets in the primary Test, together with a four-wicket haul in the second innings. The pacer stated that he hopes there’s grass on the wicket for higher help.

“From my point of view, hope there is grass on the wicket. There is always a good surface here. It also tends to turn. From my point of view, I like the cloud cover that exists here. Coming back into Test cricket is always a challenge. It is the toughest format,” Boult stated.

“We enjoy bowling here. We are looking to Test it around here against India. We know what we are doing and we are excited about it,” he added.

After defeating India in the primary Test at Wellington, New Zealand recorded their 100th Test win they usually additionally turned the primary facet to hand India a defeat in the continued World Test Championship.

New Zealand will tackle India in the second Test at Christchurch from February 29 to March 4.

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