New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI: Hamilton Weather Update, Chance of Rain in NZ vs IND Match

Updated on: Nov 26, 2022 10:28 pm IST

  • New Zealand vs India

    New Zealand vs India, 2nd ODI: New Zealand and India are set to turn up against each other in the second game of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series on Kiwi land. The match will be played on Sunday (November 27) at 7:00 AM (IST) at Seddon Park, in Hamilton.

    The Blackcaps recently won the first game of this series in Auckland on November 25. The series is going to be a vital element of their preparation for the upcoming men’s One Day Cricket World Cup 2023 in India.

    India, on the other hand, will be aiming to at least level the series. The side earlier in Auckland lost the game despite an all-around batting performance.

    As the ‘not too loud’ rivalry between the sides moves further, here’s the weather update from Hamilton, where New Zealand vs India game will be played.

    New Zealand vs India 2nd ODI: Hamilton Weather Update, Chance of Rain in NZ vs IND Match

    It’s almost the end of spring in New Zealand, which will be followed by summer, the best time to play cricket at home. Although, the T20I series earlier, was constantly under the threats of rain.

    However, the Hamilton weather, on Sunday, is predicted to hover around 20° celcius. During game time, according to the Weather Channel, the winds will flow at a speed of around 15 to 25 km/h. During the local match time in Hamilton, there will be 85% humidity in the air (03:30 PM NZDT). A 100% chance of rain with thunder is forecasted around the venue.

    Overall, rain is likely to interrupt New Zealand vs India game.

    Latham, Williamson snatch victory in first ODI in Auckland

    Previously, in the first ODI of the series, in Auckland, on November 25, India batted first. With the help of the fifties from the skipper Shikhar Dhawan, Shubman Gill, and Shreyas Iyer, India put on a decent total of 306 runs for seven on the board. Iyer was the highest run scorer with 80 runs in his account, with four sixes and four boundaries. In the meantime, New Zealand pacers Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson picked up two wickets each.

    In reply, the hosts couldn’t start well. Nonetheless, the skipper Kane Williamson and Tom Latham didn’t lose momentum at all, as the batters built a historic, unbeaten partnership of 221 runs for the fourth wicket. Williamson scored 94 runs in 98 deliveries. While Latham scored 145 runs in 104 balls with 19 fours and five sixes in his account. Meanwhile, the Indian debutant Umran Malik captured two wickets. New Zealand won the match by seven wickets and are currently leading the three-match series 1-0.

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