Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: Karachi Weather Update, Chance of Rain in PAK vs NZ Match

Updated on: Jan 12, 2023 12:20 pm IST

  • Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd ODI

    Pakistan vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI: Pakistan and New Zealand are set to turn up against each other in the third and final game of the three-match One Day International (ODI) series on Pakistani land. The match will be played on Wednesday (January 13) at 3:00 PM (IST) at National Stadium, in Karachi.

    Earlier, Pakistan lost the second ODI of the series on January 11, at the same venue. The hosts couldn’t put on a convincing batting performance as the series stands leveled 1-1. The Babar Azam-le men will now look to seal the series anyway.

    New Zealand, on the other hand, won the second ODI following their defeat in the first game. The visitors did exceptionally well with the ball particularly and secured the victory. The Kiwis, under the leadership of Kane Williamson, will be aiming to seal the historic series win ahead.

    As the contest between the sides is set, here’s the weather update from Karachi, where Pakistan vs New Zealand game will be played.

    Pakistan vs New Zealand 3rd ODI: Karachi Weather Update, Chance of Rain in PAK vs NZ Match

    It’s winter in Pakistan, obviously. So, the weather is unlikely to play any role in the game, except the dew.

    Further, the Karachi weather, on Wednesday, is predicted to hover around 23° Celsius the day. And in night, the atmospheric temperature will set around 9° Celsius. During game time, according to the Weather Channel, the winds will flow at a speed of around 15 to 30 km/h. During the local match time in Karachi, there will be 14% to 19% humidity in the air (3:00 PM PKT). No rain has been predicted around the venue.

    Overall, the sky will be clear and there will be no weather interruption during Pakistan vs New Zealand game.

    Conway’s ton and the Kiwi bowlers help NZ to win the second ODI

    On January 11, in the second ODI, New Zealand batted first in Karachi. Conway, the opener hit 101 runs in 92 deliveries with 13 boundaries and a six. Assisting Conway, the skipper Kane Williamson scored 85 runs with 10 boundaries in his account. Meanwhile, for Pakistan, Mohammad Nawaz picked four wickets and Naseem Shah picked three.

    In response, no Pakistani batter, except Azam, the captain, could bat well. Azam scored 79 runs in 114 balls, with eight fours and a six. In the meantime, each Kiwi bowler got at least one wicket. Among them, Tim Southee and Ish Sodhi captured two wickets each. In the end, New Zealand won the match by 79 runs.

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