India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: Indore Weather Update, Chance of Rain in IND vs NZ Match

Updated on: Jan 24, 2023 8:01 am IST

  • India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI

    India vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI: India men and New Zealand men are set to face each other in the third and final game of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series hosted by the Indians. The match will be played on Tuesday (January 24) at 1:30 PM (IST) at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore.

    India recently won the second ODI of the series in Raipur. The side put on a brilliant bowling show and ended up winning a low-scoring derby. Also, considering the upcoming Cricket World Cup 2023, every Indian outing will be vital.

    On the other hand, New Zealand, the world’s number one ODI team lost the second ODI and the series earlier. The visitors botched to perform with the bat, particularly. Further, Tom Latham and co. would be looking to avoid the whitewash.

    As this contest is set to commence, here’s the weather update from Indore, where India vs New Zealand game will be played.

    India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: Indore Weather Update, Chance of Rain in IND vs NZ Match

    It’s winter in India currently, as we all know. Hence, the weather is unlikely to play any role in the game, except for that dew thing.

    Further, the Indore weather, on Tuesday, is forecasted to hover around 27° Celcius during the daytime and 13° Celcius at night. During game time, according to the Weather Channel, the winds will flow at a speed of 10 to 15 km/h. During the match time, there will be 53 to 61% humidity in the air. No rain has been predicted around the venue.

    Overall, the sky will be clear and there will be no weather interruption during India vs New Zealand 3rd ODI.

    Indian bowlers seal victory in Raipur; Kiwis set to avoid the whitewash

    In the second ODI previously, in Raipur, on January 21, Rohit Sharma after a short halt, decided to bowl first. The Indian pacers were too tough for New Zealand batters as the Blackcaps were 15 for five at some point. India’s Mohammed Shami picked up three wickets, while Hardik Pandya and Washington Sundar picked up two wickets each. For New Zealand, Glenn Phillips was the highest run-scorer. He scored 36 runs in 52 balls with five boundaries in his account.

    India, in response, were chasing a low target of 109 runs. The Indian skipper Sharma scored 51 runs in 50 balls with seven fours and a couple of sixes. Meanwhile, Shubman Gill, the latest Indian entrant of the ‘double hundred club,’ scored an unbeaten knock of 40 runs and aided India to win the game by eight wickets.

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