We can get into India's top order, says Kyle Mills

The first of the five one-dayers between India and New Zealand will be played Napier on January 19.

updated: January 18, 2014 22:50 IST
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Napier: With India touring New Zealand without the likes of Sachin Tendulkar for the first time, experienced Kiwi pacer Kyle Mills said his team will look to put pressure on the new-look Indian batting order during the one-day series starting on Sunday.

"Hopefully we can get into their top order. It's a different Indian side to what we've faced over the last decade and there's new players on the scene with a bit of hype about them. Kohli is obviously a quality player and Dhawan has done a pretty good job," Mills was quoted as saying by a website.

"I haven't really played a lot of their batsmen. Kohli is a very good player. I've watched footage of him and he's a class act and his record is stacking up to be as good as Tendulkar. He's going to have the weight of a nation, so to speak, on him to fill those shoes. There might be an opportunity for us to create that pressure on him," he added.

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