The Black Caps wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi says New Zealand are taking an 'if it aint broke don't fix it' mentality into tonight's fourth one-dayer against India in Hamilton, the hosts likely to again bat first.
India have won all three of the tosses so far, with the Black Caps sent in to bat each time, though it hasn't seemed to hurt the hosts who lead the five match series 2-nil.
Ronchi believes setting a target in Hamilton would give the Black Caps the best chance to kill the Indians off.
He says at the moment the game plan is working well for them and he's hopeful it will continue.
After letting India off the hook at Eden Park Ronchi concedes the Black Caps are desperate to prove they can throw a knockout punch.