Team India is in great form as after defeating Australia team on their own soil India achieved victory in the first 3 One-Day Internationals against New Zealand. India skipper Virat Kohli might have left the team now and it's time for Rohit Sharma to step-up and help the team bag a first-ever 4-0 triumph over the New Zealand.
India first visited New Zealand back in 1967 but haven't had a successful tour in the country that saw them return with a series result of 3-0 or more. Therefore after exit of Kohli, Rohit has the chance to create the history by defeating host by 4-0.
India has already won the first three match and another win for the tourists would mean that it would be the first instance ever that an Indian side will take home the trophy after winning the series with a margin of 3 matches or more. The best result for the Men in Blue in New Zealand in an ODI series so far has been 3-1 in 2008-09 when (a series of 5 matches).
The victory in Hamilton would take the Rohit Sharma-led side 4-0 up in the series and even a defeat in the 5th and final match wouldn't prevent the tourists from achieving their best-ever result against the Newzealand on their own land.