Another bad news for the New Zealand team has come after Team India cleared 0-5 in the T20 series. The most important player and captain of the team, Ken Williamson, has been ruled out of the first two ODIs. Kane, who was suffering from a shoulder injury, did not play even the fourth and fifth T20s. The one-day series starts on 5 February.
Recently, he hit a century while batting at number six in the unofficial one-day series and test series against India A. In the absence of the same captain Kane, the team will be commanded by young wicketkeeper Tom Latham.
Kane Williamson suffered a shoulder injury while diving in the third match of the T20 series. After this, he did not play the remaining two matches of the series and Tim Southee took over the captaincy. Now till the next report comes, the team management does not want to take any risk regarding Williamson. The absence of Williamson, who played a brilliant inning in the third T20, will weaken New Zealand's one-day team.
After the five-match T20 series, the Indian team has to play three one-day matches, which will start from Hamilton on Wednesday, February 5. The second one-day in Auckland on February 8 and the last match of the series will be played on February 11 in Mount Maungai. The Test series will begin on February 15.