New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi sure of beating India

India need to win both remaining matches to level series but New Zealand wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi feels his side's lead in the tournament will help hosts take sole custody of the trophy.

updated: January 27, 2014 15:25 IST
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Hamilton: Unperturbed by India's remarkable come-from-behind performance in the thrilling tied third ODI, New Zealand wicket-keeper Luke Ronchi on Monday said with a comfortable 2-0 lead, the hosts are well on course to win the five-match ODI series.

The series currently stands at 2-0 in favour of New Zealand after India lost the first two ODIs in Napier (by 24 runs) and Hamilton (by 15 runs), while the third ODI at Auckland finished in a scintillating last-ball tie on Saturday. (Also read: We don't give instructions for pitches, says Kiwi coach Hesson)

New Zealand just need one win our of the two remaining ODI to seal the series, and Ronchi exuded confidence of achieving the target.

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