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Glenn Phillips, who is helping New Zealand stay grounded before their clash with the Netherlands, says that adapting to the circumstances quickly is essential

<p>New Zealand arrived in Hyderabad for their second game against the Netherlands on the high of a crushing victory over England in the tournament opener, but they will play without regular skipper Kane Williamson for the second straight game, as coach Gary Stead announced in a video shared by New Zealand Cricket. The good news is that Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson might possibly make a comeback to the starting lineup, which will provide New Zealand a joyful selection dilemma.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-223996″ src=”×422.png” alt=” armed forces officer missing while en route to mhow infantry school eng vs nz worl” width=”1464″ height=”824″ srcset=”×422.png 750w,×432.png 768w,×220.png 390w,×84.png 150w, 1024w” sizes=”(max-width: 1464px) 100vw, 1464px” title=”Glenn Phillips, who is helping New Zealand stay grounded before their clash with the Netherlands, says that adapting to the circumstances quickly is essential 6″></p>
<p>Next, New Zealand will play the Netherlands, who kept Pakistan close until running out of gas. But they know better. “We have the same strategy to every game. According to Glenn Phillip of New Zealand, who spoke to media before to the Netherlands game, “every team is powerful in their own way, particularly on the given day.</p>
<p>“The Netherlands have a lot of quality players, so we’ll still need to play well against them, as I’m sure they will as well. Therefore, we must keep developing our strategies, doing our reconnaissance, ensuring that everything is in place, and not underestimating any team, he said.</p>
<p>The attitude in the camp would likely be positive after the humiliation of England, but Phillips made an effort to downplay it by stating that the key to winning these lengthy tournaments is to have a level head.</p>
<p>It’s a pretty neutral atmosphere. Obviously. We really appreciated our first victory, but because the competition has such a short turnaround, we strive to maintain as much neutrality as we can, without being too ecstatic when we succeed and too depressed when we fail. And I believe that will be our main strategy throughout this fight.</p>
<p>New Zealand has historically outperformed their weight class in ICC events, although that reputation is no longer applicable given that they have advanced to the finals of the previous two 50-over World Cups. And their victory against England further solidifies their place among the favorites. However, Phillips emphasized that the New Zealand team’s capacity to adapt was what ultimately made them successful.</p>
<p>For us to be able to go out there and we try to adapt as soon as possible on the day, and I think that’s what we take satisfaction in, knowing that you only get one shot at each team, and it comes down to who can respond to the circumstances on the day. We attempt to get all the data, put it all together, then, like I said, arrive on the day and quickly adjust to the circumstances. A pitch may perform differently one day than the next. Therefore, it would be extremely vital for us to be able to gather that knowledge, comprehend what we have in our bank, and keep to our strengths and talents throughout that specific presentation. stated Phillps, who had taken two wickets against England in his three overs of bowling.</p>
<p>The Hyderabad track has so far generated a ton of runs, and Phillips and Kane Williamson feel their observations on the field will improve the team’s preparation. Phillips, an SRH player, has some knowledge of the track.</p>
<p>It’s a terrific pitch over here in Hyderabad, always. There have been many high-scoring games played here over the years, the groundskeeper here does an amazing job, and perhaps this will be another enjoyable game. Yes, including myself and Kane, we have players that have played for other IPL clubs. Playing here undoubtedly gives me a little edge when it comes to educating the guys,” said Phillips.</p>
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