Corey Anderson scored the fastest ODI hundred as NZ defeated West Indies by 159 runs in the third ODI that was reduced to 21 overs due to rain.
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Upbeat with a 1-0 lead after winning the first one-day international, West Indies eye another win against New Zealand in the third ODI at Queenstown Events Centre on Wednesday. The second match was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain in Napier.
The batting is the major concern for both the teams as it failed to deliver in the first ODI. However, pacers impressed with their witty bowling on the Napier track.
Both the teams are not expected to make many changes to the side that played in the first ODI.