Update: India won the 3rd ODI by six wickets against New Zealand to take a lead in the five-ODI series.

James Neeshamreplaces Anton Devcich in the New Zealand squad for the 3rd One Day International game against India played at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali, Chandigarh on Sunday, October 23, 2016,

The day/night match start time is 1:30 p.m.India time, 8:00 GMT.

Final scores:

India289/6 - Virat Kohli 154 in 134 balls (16 fours and one six), MS Dhoni 80 in 91 (six fours and three sixes.)

New Zealand 285 all out in 49.4 overs. Latham 61, Neesham57, Umesh Yadav 75/3, Jadhav 29/3

INDIA wins the toss and they decide to bowl first.Indian line-up is unchanged:

The five ODI series is currently tied 1-1 after both the teams one a game each.

India lost an ODI to New Zealand after 13 years in a thriller in Delhi on Thursday. They did well in restricting India to a score less than 242.

The Mohali pitch appears to favour the Indians as they have won four of the last five games played here. Even the 2nd ODI, India was very near to a win, but the Kiwis got the upper hand after getting the wicket of skipper Dhoni.

Form wise, Indian has won four of their last five ODI's player while New Zealand has won three out of last five. Check out the match highlights in photos here.

Team news:

With Suresh Raina still recovering from fever, India may retain the same eleven as Dhoni doest shuffle the winning combinations unless there is a serious need.

For New ZealandTrent Boult or Matt Henry have been ruled out as per their resting strategy for the rest of the tour.

TV Telecast and live streaming Info:

Viewers in India will be able to enjoy the game on a Sunday on Star Sports with both Hindi and English commentary.

India's state broadcaster Doordarshan will also telecast the game live for free in all corners of the nation.

Fox Sports in Australia, Willow TV in the US, Sky Sports in the UK and SuperSport in the African continent will beam the games starting 7:30 GMT.

The live stream canbe watched at the official website of Star Sports which is now directing to hotstar.com.

Pitch and weather conditions:

The Kiwi's might be happy to see some grass on the pitch that helps their pacers, but traditionally Mohali is a batting paradise and has helped the Indian batsmen pile up big totals in the past.

Not rain is forecast on Sunday at Mohali with good sunshine and ideal cricket playing conditions. A full game is expected.

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