Kane Williamson has been given the all-clear to play, as his Blackcaps side look for a one-day international clean sweep over India.
The New Zealand captain hasn't played in two weeks, since injuring his shoulder, while fielding in the third T20 in Hamilton.
But after a "solid training" session at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Monday, stand-in coach Shane Jurgenson was confident his star batsman would be good-to-go.
"He certainly had a full workout and all is on track for tomorrow," Jurgenson said. "He's looking good to be ready to play.
"We'll have one final look at him in the morning and make sure nothing happens overnight."
In Williamson's absence, New Zealand lost the final two T20s, before producing two excellent performances in the first two ODIs under Tom Latham.
The Blackcaps scored a comfortable four-wicket win in Hamilton last week, before Saturday night's thrilling 22-run win at Eden Park.
Meanwhile, Trent Boult trained with the squad on Monday, as he nears full fitness, after suffering a broken hand in the Boxing Day test against Australia.
With the first of two tests against India still 10 days away, the spearhead of the red-ball bowling attack is expected to take his place in the XI, alongside Neil Wagner and Tim Southee.
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