India lead the five-match T20I series 4-0. (Source: BCCI)

India have already registered a win in the series against New Zealand after beating them in the third T20I. The Men in Blue might tinker with the team composition keeping the World T20 in mind.

In fact, skipper Virat Kohli hinted at giving a chance to Washington Sundar and Navdeep Saini in the upcoming clashes. So here’s a look at the players to watch out for in the fourth T20I in Wellington.

Rohit Sharma

Rohit Sharma hit two consecutive sixes to win the match for India in the Super Over. (Source: Twitter)

Rohit Sharma was out of touch in the first couple of games but when he struck back, he did it with authority. Rohit scored a half-century in the third T20I in Hamilton and then smacked two sixes on the trot during the Super Over to win the match for India.

KL Rahul

KL Rahul scored unbeaten half-century in the second T20I. (Source: BCCI)

A “revamped” KL Rahul has probably settled the pain of the team management of having a regular wicket-keeper batsman who can be safe behind the stumps and can score runs consistently with the bat. Rahul has been performing his role pretty well and has scored runs in bulk in this series.

Shreyas Iyer

Shreyas Iyer scored a match-winning 58* against NZ in first T20I. (Source: Twitter)

Shreyas Iyer is one man who has been consistent with his batting. He has been winning matches for the team and would like to continue the form he is in.

Washington Sundar

Washington Sundar during a match. (Source: Twitter)

If Washington Sundar gets a chance on Friday, the all-rounder has the ability to pick wickets at crucial stages and pull the scoring rate in the Powerplay overs. He would be a useful customer against the Kiwis.

Kuldeep Yadav

Kuldeep Yadav during a match. (Source: Twitter)

The Chinaman spinner has the ability to pick wickets regularly for the side. Kuldeep has been one bowler who has made pretty good use of the opportunities that he has got.

The Indian team has already registered a win in the series but would be looking to continue their dominance on the tour.