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Cricket news - Santner, de Grandhomme recalled for India ODIs

Mitchell Santner last played an ODI in March 2018

New Zealand has reminded us of Colin de Grand Homme, Tom Latham and Mitchell Santner to their ODI squad for the first three games of the upcoming series against India.

While de Grand Homme comes in place of James Neesham, suffered a grade-one hamstring strain during the third ODI against Sri Lanka in Nelson, Latham - who was from the Sri Lanka series returns at the expense of Tim Seifert, who had managed just 33 runs in 2 innings.

The surprise will remind, in the 14-man squad announced on Tuesday, but the all-rounder Mitchell Santner, the last played was an ODI in March 2018.

The talk about the team, head coach Gary Stead said, "to choose Our two most important priorities, and prepare to be able to win a team what is shaping as a massive series against India, and collect as much information as possible prior to the ICC Cricket World Cup in England and Wales.

"Tom and Colin are experienced players in this format and offer a quality product, in their respective roles, and Mitch and Doug, the us showed what they are capable of, while the T20 on Friday night."

Along with Neesham, Todd Astle, also due to injury to knee, and the duo is expected that a part of the squad in the last two ODIs of the series.

"We were impressed with Jimmy against Sri Lanka, and are excited to see more of Todd, who has a different skillset and good for us last year," Held explains. "It's just important that, according to their respective violations, we can see how to play again, and be sure to bring it back to this level."

squad: Kane Williamson (c), Trent Boult, Doug Bracewell, Colin de Grand Homme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham (wk), Colin Munro, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Ross Taylor

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