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    The Black Caps are anticipating another matchup with India to be affected by dewy conditions

    The Black Caps are anticipating another matchup with India to be affected by dewy conditions


    New Zealand and India square off in the third and final Twenty20 international tomorrow morning in Kolkata, with the hosts having already won the series.

    Night-time dew has made it tricky for bowlers to grip the ball across the first two matches.

    Stand-in skipper Tim Southee admits there isn't much more you can do to prepare without wetting the ball or playing under lights.



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