India will be looking to avoid a series-whitewash after losing the first two encounters.
Shreyas Iyer has hit a purple patch with the bat with a century and a fifty to his name.
New Zealand's Ross Taylor is the leading run-scorer with 182 runs in two matches.
New Zealand will be boosted by the return of regular captain Kane Williamson.
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Venue Details and Pitch Report
11 Feb, 07:30 AM IST
Bay Oval, Tauranga
Langton Rusere, Christopher Brown
The captain winning the toss would want to bat first as the surface is going to get slower as the match progresses.
Mount Maunganui will be nice and sunny. The humidity is expected to be high as the temperature in the evening will go down to around 16 degrees.
With the three-match ODI series done and dusted, India will be looking to test their bench strength and hand match-time to the fringe players. Virat Kolhi will try to avoid a series-whitewash after two disappointing losses that could've gone either way. Despite the series loss, India can count on the new faces to show their mettle and claim a spot in the Indian line-up. New Zealand, on the other hand, will be boosted by the return of regular captain Kane Williamson who was sidelined due to a shoulder injury.