IND vs NZ 1st Test Day 4: Kanpur Weather Today, Chance of Rain on 28 November

Updated on: Nov 28, 2021 8:22 am IST

  • IND vs NZ 1st Test Day 4: Kanpur Weather Today, Chance of Rain on 28 November

    IND vs NZ: The Kanpur Test is heading towards a great finale. It has been a see-saw battle so far as the hosts bounced back to come out on top on day 3. India finished with a slender lead of 63 with Shubhman Gill back in the pavilion. Axar Patel was the star of the show as he picked up his fifth five-wicket haul in just seven innings.

    Kanpur Weather Update

    In Kanpur, another exciting day of Test cricket awaits. The temperature will be 22 degrees Celsius at the start of the contest. During match hours, the temperatures will hover between 23-26 degrees.

    Kanpur Weather Update

    The humidity will be in the 50-60% level. The Air Quality Index will remain bad, ranging from 250 to 300. On the fourth day, the winds will remain calm.

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    Brief Scorecard: India: 14-1 (Cheteshwar Pujara 9*; Kyle Jamieson 1/8) &
    345 all out in 111.1 overs (Shreyas Iyer 105, Shubman Gill 52, Ravindra Jadeja 50; Tim Southee 5/69)

    New Zealand: 296 in 142.3 overs (Will Young 89, Tom Latham 95; Axar Patel 5/62)

    The Indian spinners dominated the day after a 151-run opening stand between Young and Latham. Throughout their combination, Young and Latham were calm and confident, battling the Indian bowlers for a long time. Williamson and Latham took it upon themselves to raise the total to 197 until a Umesh Yadav ball skidded onto Williamson’s pads at the stroke of lunch.

    The home team dominated the post-lunch session, with wickets falling at vital moments. Following the dismissals of Taylor and Nicholls, the Indians went on a rampage. Axar Patel extended his golden run in advantageous home conditions, claiming another five-wicket haul to put India in the driving seat after New Zealand were bowled out for 296.

    IND vs NZ 1st Test Day 4: Kanpur Weather Today, Chance of Rain on 28 November

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    The left-arm spinner severely derailed New Zealand’s solid first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin was also accurate, moving closer to being India’s third-highest wicket-taker in Tests. Kyle Jamieson meanwhile became the quickest Kiwi bowler to 50 Test wickets as he knocked out Gill.

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