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India vice-captain Rohit Sharma has urged India to "start from where they left" in the three-match one day international series against New Zealand starting October 22.
India outclassed Australia 4-1 in a five-match series earlier this month and Rohit is hopeful of maintaining their winning streak against the Kane Williamson-led side as well.


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    Rohit Sharma is the vice-captain of the Indian men's cricket team.
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    India face New Zealand in a three-match ODI series starting October 22.
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    Arjun Tendulkar was seen bowling at the nets in India's practice.

"It will depend on how we start and what we want to do as a team. We would like to do where we left against Australia. We would like to continue to do that. The good thing is that there's hardly been enough gap between the two series so the guys are in their groove. I hope we put up the same performance as we did against Australia," Rohit said at the press conference two days ahead of the match.
Rohit has played only one ODI at the Wankhede stadium but his record is not very impressive. However, he is excited to be back at his home ground when the two sides collide in the first game on Sunday.
The Indian team underwent their first practice session on Friday. Sachin Tendulkar's son, Arjun, was seen bowling at the nets while team led by Virat Kohli prepared for a tough series against New Zealand. India will also play three Twenty20 internationals against New Zealand after the ODI series

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