IND Vs NZ WTC Final: Weather will be clear

IND Vs NZ WTC- Southampton weather update: The first two days of play at Southampton were hit hard by bad weather. However, there is no chance of rain on day three and the entire 98 overs game can be seen.
Southampton weather update: The final match of the ICC World Test Championship is between India and New Zealand in the city of Southampton, England. The fun of the first two days of play was gritty due to the rain and bad light. However, on the third day there is good news for the fans. According to information from the Weather Service, today the weather in Southampton will be very clear for the whole day and there is no possibility of rain.

It had been raining continuously in Southampton since Thursday. The WTC finals began on Friday. But the first day of the match was very affected by the rain. The game of the day was called off without a ball being thrown on Friday. Even on Saturday, however, fans were relieved when the match started on time.

But after the first session, the weather once again interrupted the match. Due to the thick cloud cover in the sky, the light on the ground was very weak. There was a break in the game three times due to poor light. Eventually, the referees declared the game over for the second day only after 64.4 overs.

However, on Sunday not only will the weather be clear in Southampton but good sunshine is expected as well. It is expected that on the third day of the game, fans will be able to see the 98-overs game. On the day of the reserve, efforts will be made to make up for any surplus that was wasted due to bad weather on the first day. IND Vs NZ WTC

good start for india

New Zealand won the toss and called India to bat first. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill’s pair gave India a strong start and added 62 points for the first wicket. The Indian forerunners, however, couldn’t convert a good start into a big end. Rohit returned to the clubhouse after scoring 34 points and Gill 28. Pujara scored 8 points.

India was in trouble after falling for three wickets for 88 races. But captain Virat Kohli managed India’s innings playing 44 unbeaten innings. Rahane supports Kohli well by scoring 29 points. At the end of the day, India’s score stood at 146 points for the loss of three wickets. Jamieson, Wagner and Boult secured wickets 1-1 for New Zealand.

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