New Zealand Herald – It’s been a long wait for Ross Taylor who return to one of his favourite grounds as the Black Caps face India at McLean Park in the opening ODI tomorrow.

Summary

  • It’s been a long wait for Ross Taylor who return to one of his favourite grounds as the Black Caps face India at McLean Park in the opening ODI tomorrow.
  • Westpac Stadium, where the Black Caps host India in the final ODI, is another ground where Taylor was prospered with an average of 73.00 in 12 innings.
  • Taylor made his ODI debut at McLean Park against the West Indies in 2006, scoring 15 in a 91-run victory.
  • Taylor’s other two ODI tons in Napier were 100 against England in 2013 and 102 not out against Pakistan four years ago, a match where current skipper Kane Williamson scored 112.
  • Despite a strong test debut at the ground in 2008, his ODI record is well below his best, taking five wickets for 486 runs in 79.4 overs at an average of 97.20.


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