India wins toss, bowls in 3rd ODI vs. New Zealand
MOHALI, India (AP) India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and elected to bowl first in the third one-day international against New Zealand.
The hosts fielded an unchanged eleven from the first two ODIs, which the teams split.
Suresh Raina was again unavailable due to a fever which kept him out of the opening games of the five-match series.
This was a sixth consecutive loss of the coin toss for Kane Williamson on this tour.
New Zealand made one change, with seamer James Neesham coming in for spinner Anton Devcich.
The PCA stadium has a quick outfield, while the pitch aids fast bowlers with good bounce and carry.