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IND vs NZ, WTC Final Live: Southampton Weather Update for Day 4

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IND vs NZ, WTC Final Live: The cricket fanatics have got to witness some riveting Test cricket action in the inaugural ICC World Test Championship final between India and New Zealand. After putting up a sensational show with the ball, the Kane Williamson-led New Zealand team dominated the proceedings on Day 3 of the Test match at The Rose Bowl in Southampton.

Team India were bowled out after scoring 217 runs in the first innings of the summit clash as Kyle Jamieson took a fabulous five-wicket haul. New Zealand opener Devon Conway also scored a remarkable half-century while showing his class at the ultimate stage.

Southampton Weather Update for Day 4

The weather at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton has been a serious spoilsport during all the first three days of the Test match. Heavy rain saw the play getting washed out completely on Day 1 while the second day also witnessed several interruptions due to bad light. Day 3 of the IND vs NZ WTC Final was the best cricket-friendly day of this game with no major delays. However, things are looking very much worse for the Day 4 weather forecast as a lot of dark clouds are hovering in the sky to interrupt the proceedings. As per the latest weather forecast, Day 4 of the WTC Final is expected to experience rain during all the three sessions of play.

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IND vs NZ, WTC Final Live:

At stumps on Day 3 of the World Test Championship final, New Zealand were 101 for 2 with Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor unbeaten at the crease. New Zealand are still trailing India’s first innings total by 116 runs. However, in case the fourth day of the Test match gets completely washed out, it will be really difficult to get a result in this ultimate clash.

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Kuljyot Singh

A cricket maniac who lives his life like a T20 match, time is short so make the most of it. Always thriving to learn more about cricket writing and obviously being an Indian, a big cricket expert.

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