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    Despite their poor tour of Australia, Black Caps coach Gary Stead's reluctant to make sweeping changes to his troops

    Despite their poor tour of Australia, Black Caps coach Gary Stead's reluctant to make sweeping changes to his troops


    New Zealand will face India in five Twenty20's, three ODI's and two tests starting at the end of this month.

    Stead says it'd be silly to have knee-jerk reactions after playing in one of the toughest countries in the world.



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