India vs New Zealand: Doug Bracewell replaces injured Matt Henry in Black Caps ODI squad

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Henry
was
ruled
out
of
the
white-ball
series
against
Pakistan
and
India
after
suffering
abdominal
strain
on
the
final
day
of
the
second
Test
in
Karachi.
The
31-year-old
fast
bowler
has
been
adviced
two
to
four
weeks
of
rest
and
rehabilitation.

Bracewell,
with
68
international
caps,
had
featured
in
the
ODI
series
at
home
against
the
Netherlands
last
April.
The
32-year-old
has
been
in
good
form
with
bat
and
ball
in
domestic
cricket.
He
will
reach
Pakistan
on
Wednesday
(January
11).

Meanwhile,
pacer

Jacob
Duffy

has
been
named
as
a
replacement
for

Tim
Southee

for
the
India
tour,
which
is
scheduled
for
next
week.
The
squad
will
travel
to
India
after
their
three-match
ODI
series
concludes
in
Pakistan
on
January
13.

The
Black
Caps
begin
their

white-ball
tour
of
India

with
the
first
ODI
at
Hyderabad
on
January
18,
followed
by
matches
in
Raipur
and
Indore
on
January
21
and
24.

New
Zealand
head
coach
Gary
Stead
has
said
experienced
Bracewell
is
a
like-for-like
replacement
for
Henry
in
the
ODI
squad.
New
Zealand
will
play
the
first
of
three
ODIs
against
Pakistan
on
Monday
(January
9).

“Doug
is
a
quality
bowler
with
a
lot
of
experience
and
we
feel
his
skills
best
compliment
the
bowling
mix
we
already
have
in
the
squads
for
Pakistan
and
India,”
Stead
told
New
Zealand
Cricket
(NZC).

“He
has
experience
across
all
three
formats
at
international
level,
has
experience
in
the
subcontinent,
and
has
already
shown
his
range
of
skills
this
season.”

On
Henry,
who
picked
up
the
injury
on
the
final
day
of
a
drawn
Test
in
Karachi,
Stead
said,
“Matt
has
been
one
of
the
leaders
of
our
ODI
attack
for
a
number
of
years
and
I
know
he’s
disappointed
to
be
missing
out
because
of
injury.”

“With
important
home
series
coming
up,
it’s
vital
he
has
time
to
recover
properly
over
the
coming
weeks.”

The
ODI
squad
that
will
tour
India
will
be
led
by
Tom
Latham
and
will
also
see
the
likes
of
Devon
Conway,
Lockie
Ferguson,
Daryl
Mitchell,
Ish
Sodhi
and
Mitch
Santner
involved,
while
Southee,
Kane
Williamson
and
Trent
Boult
are
all
rested.

New
Zealand
ODI
squad
for
India
2023

Tom
Latham
(captain),
Finn
Allen,
Doug
Bracewell,
Michael
Bracewell,
Mark
Chapman,
Devon
Conway,
Jacob
Duffy,
Lockie
Ferguson,
Daryl
Mitchell,
Henry
Nicholls,
Glenn
Phillips,
Mitchell
Santner,
Henry
Shipley,
Ish
Sodhi
and
Blair
Tickner.

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