Tim Southee will be eyeing this special record of Kapil Dev in the third ODI against India

Tim Southee Record: The last match of the 3 ODI series between India and New Zealand will be played on Wednesday. Currently New Zealand is ahead 1-0 in the series. The last ODI match between India and New Zealand will start at 7 am Indian time. At the same time, Tim Southee of New Zealand will be eyeing a special record in this match. Actually, Tim Southee has taken 33 wickets in 23 matches against Team India in ODI format. The former Indian captain has taken 33 wickets in 29 ODIs against New Zealand. In this way, Tim Southee is just one wicket away from the record.

Southee can leave behind Kapil Dev

Tim Southee has taken 33 wickets in 23 ODIs against Team India at an average of 37.60. During this, Tim Southee’s economy has been 6.23. At the same time, Kapil Dev has taken 33 wickets in 29 ODIs for New Zealand at an average of 27.60. In this way Tim Southee has equaled Kapil Dev. After taking one wicket, Tim Southee will become the third highest wicket taker in the ODI format between the two countries. Javagal Srinath is on the first number in this list. While former Indian spinner Anil Kumble is at number two.

Former Indian fast bowler Javagal Srinath on top

Former Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble is the second highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket between the two countries. Anil Kumble has taken 39 wickets in ODI format against New Zealand. Whereas, Javagal Srinath is on top in this list. Javagal Srinath has taken the maximum 51 wickets in ODIs against New Zealand. Earlier, in the first ODI against India, Tim Southee became the highest wicket-taker for New Zealand. He left behind former bowler Tymal Mills in this matter. However, there may be rain during the third ODI between India and New Zealand. If this happens then Tim Southee may have to wait for this record.

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