Black Caps to come up with Plan B to neutralise Indian juggernaut

March 10th, 2009 - 1:10 pm ICT by ANI  

Sachin Tendulkar

Hamilton (New Zealand), Mar.10 (ANI): The Black Caps have reportedly decided to switch tactics against India in Hamilton tomorrow provided, of course, skipper Daniel Vettori gets the option and the pitch is of its usual good standard.
Down 2-0, with two to play, New Zealand coach Andy Moles feels it is time to switch tactics in an attempt to put the Indians under some heat, which is possibly another way of saying his bowlers simply have the yips and are losing them games.
Moles called a meeting of his beaten-up bowlers yesterday morning after they conceded 392 runs, albeit on the smallest ground on the international circuit.
“We feel we are making life a little bit easy for India and we will endeavour to put that right in the next two games,” Moles said.
“We”ve not built any pressure with the ball as a group.”
Moles was open about the switch in tactics.
India are expected to be without Sachin Tendulkar (abdominal strain) but his obvious replacement, Rohit Sharma, was a star in Australia last summer.
They will also welcome back big Ishant Sharma. (ANI)

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