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Dot-ball pressure, early wickets key to beating India - Lockie Ferguson


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Lockie Ferguson also admits that New Zealand will need to do their scouting on Hardik Pandya ahead of their World Cup match against India (0:53)Roll into town. I'm sure it'll turn his way soon and hopefully it's on Thursday, that would be great."Undoubtedly, the bounce that has been on offer in the matches at Trent Bridge has New Zealand's pacers salivating, just a little, and Ferguson admitted they had watched the results and conditions with interest, although they will not be playing on the world-record pitch that has been used twice so far in this tournament."It's exciting for Trent Bridge to have a bit of bounce and hopefully that'll go in our favour," Ferguson said. It's tournament cricket where, if you can create a bit of pressure, it sort of builds up a little bit because you play each team once and you need to win and move on."Tournament cricket's one of those crazy ones where, I know in the Black Caps, we talk a lot about turning up to the ground we are playing, working out the conditions, the team we are playing, doing the scouting, playing the team as well as we can and then we've been fortunate to get three wins and play some good cricket and then moving on to our next opponent."That's one of our main focusses for the Black Caps.

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